Maritime Reporter and Engineering News
Maritime Reporter & Engineering News' first edition was published in New York City in 1883 and became our flagship publication in 1939.
It is the world’s largest audited circulation magazine serving the global maritime industry, delivering more insightful editorial and news to more industry decision makers than any other source.
More ship and boat owners, ship and boat builders and naval architects and marine engineers subscribe to Maritime Reporter & Engineering News Magazine than any other publication in the industry.
Audited by BPA
Latest Edition (February 2018)
Feature: Cruise Ship Annual
Technical: Satellite Communications: The Internet of Things
Product: Green Marine Fuels & Lubricants
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Niels-Erik Lund began his passenger ship career in 1969 as a trainee in a Danish passenger shipping company, DFDS. In the nearly 50 years since, the passenger and cruise shipping industry has changed many times over, with consistent growth being the only similarity between then an now. Today Lund, President & CEO of Sunstone Ships, Inc., has an unfettered view of the expedition cruise sector that he helped to create.
Edie Rodriguez, the Americas Brand Chairman for PONANT Yacht Cruises and Expeditions, has spent a life and built a career centered on travel, cruise and branding in a most luxurious manner. She was a natural to discuss the booming luxury expedition sector, the next big frontier in the global cruise industry.
Around 360 cruise vessels are operating on the ocean today, transporting thousands of passengers to both new and established locations across the world. The Cruise Boom relishing the industry in recent years has driven growth and advancement with 93 new vessels now under construction showcasing the latest technology available today.
With less than two years until a global sulfur cap on marine fuels comes into effect, shipowners are facing some very tough decisions.For those considering exhaust scrubbers or conversion to gas or hybrid propulsion systems to comply with IMO Marpol Annex VI regulation by 2020…
MARIN’s research work in Wind (Assisted) Ship Propulsion and our mission to make ships cleaner, safer and smarter is all coming into play as they assist team AkzoNobel with their Volvo Ocean Race challenge.By Rogier Eggers, MARIN MARIN’s research work in Wind (Assisted) Ship Propulsion and our mission to make ships cleaner, safer and smarter is all coming into play as they assist team AkzoNobel with their Volvo Ocean Race challenge.
The high average cost of bunker fuel over the past decade led to increased interest in fuel efficiency. Shipowners have a difficult time demanding higher rates in response to cost increases. This makes any savings they can realize on operational and fuel costs critical. Fuel costs account for about 70 to 85 percent of the cost of running a ship, so savings realized in consumption go to their bottom line.