Naval Architecture

Live Fish Carrier Launched at Gondan

At high tide, the vessel “MARTIN SÆLE”, the first Live Fish Carrier built by Gondan Shipyard in Figueras, was successfully launched today. Representatives of the owner of the vessel,

SENER Presents Two FORAN Papers at the Morintekh

In June, the SENER engineering and technology group participated in the 17th Morintekh – Praktik 2016 Scientific Conference, in the city of St. Petersburg, Russia.

NAPA Chooses AutoCAD OEM Platform

NAPA and Tech Soft 3D have announced that NAPA Drafting software has been developed using the AutoCAD OEM platform from Autodesk. This allows NAPA Drafting to deliver

Book Review: J Class, Brilliant Yachts from Around the World

Nostalgia, fascination and the passion for sailing – since these J-class yachts were build in the thirties of the last century and have not lost any of their magic.

Norsafe, VARD Ink lifeboats Supply Deal

Norsafe has signed a new contract with VARD Group, and will supply lifeboats complete with davit systems to a series of fifteen new vessels. Topaz Energy and

12th Chesapeake Tug for Vane Brothers

Chesapeake Shipbuilding Corp. of Salisbury, MD announced it has successfully delivered another ocean going tugboat to Vane Brothers of Baltimore, MD.   The boat,

LCS 6 Completes Full Ship Shock Trials

Austal Limited successfully completed Full Shock Trials by USS Jackson(LCS 6) on July 16, 21016.   The Navy stated that USS Jackson (LCS 6) “performed exceptionally

SCIGRIP Transforms Hovercraft Assembly Process

Griffon Hoverwork, a designer and manufacturer of technically advanced hovercrafts, has collaborated with SCIGRIP, the global supplier of smarter adhesive solutions,

Update to FORAN Lets Users Manage Series of Ships

SENER has launched an update of its FORAN shipbuilding CAD/CAM/CAE system.   Version V80R1.0, which was launched onto the market when FORAN celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2015,

Two Patrol Vessels Delivered in Nigeria

The construction of M/V Hezekiah and M/V Lady Dora, two 35-meter offshore security patrol vessels, has been completed for an undisclosed client in Lagos, Nigeria.

HH Catamarans Choose Vesconite for Daggerboard Bearings

In concert with the notion of luxurious performance, HH Catamarans utilizes a push-button control system to raise and lower the curved "C" daggerboards in their HH55 and HH66 models.

Incat Crowther Designs NYC's New Ferries

Incat Crowther has designed a new fleet of vessels for Hornblower, the selected operator of New York City’s new Citywide Ferry Service. The undertaking announced

Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding Implements FORAN

The SENER engineering and technology group signed a contract last year with the U.S. based shipbuilder Fincantieri Marine Group for the license to use SENER’s FORAN System.

BMT’s Cox Named Environmental Committee Chairman at SAME

Maritime design, engineering and risk management consultancy BMT Designers & Planners, a subsidiary of BMT Group, announced that its Vice-President, Rick Cox, has

Steel Cut for Holland America Line’s ms Nieuw Statendam

Holland America Line celebrated a significant construction milestone today as the first steel was cut for ms Nieuw Statendam, due for delivery in November 2018.

New Innovative CNG-Electric Hybrid Ferry Texelstroom

The M/S Texelstroom is more energy efficient, cleaner and more sustainable than her predecessors. CNG-electric hybrid ferry Texelstroom features some of the

Horizon to Build NYC's New Ferries

Horizon Shipbuilding, Inc., Bayou La Batre, Ala., has been awarded a series production contract with Hornblower to build new 149-passenger ferries for New York

Fairline Unveils its First Mancini Design

Luxury British boatbuilder, Fairline Yachts, unveils its first yacht designed by renowned Italian superyacht designer, Alberto Mancini.   The new Targa 62 GTO

Eastern Delivers for Bay-Houston Towing

Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Inc. has delivered the escort tug David B for Bay-Houston Towing Co. on June 15, 2016.   David B (ESG Hull #239) is the third in a series of four Robert Allan, LTD.

LR Defines 'Autonomy Levels' for Ship Design and Operation

New guidance provides the route to classification with six levels for autonomous ships   Lloyd’s Register (LR) has set out the ‘how’ of marine autonomous operations

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