For the Global LNG Industry, is the FSRU Honeymoon Over?
A giant vessel docked at the port of Moheshkhali in Bangladesh two months ago, propelling the populous but poor nation into…
Philly Shipyard Looks to End Order Drought
Philly Shipyard said it is in the early stages of potentially securing an order to build two Jones Act compliant medium range…
Maritime Tech Trends Digital
With digitalization technologies sweeping through maritime, Henrik Segercrantz, Maritime Reporter’s correspondent in Helsinki…
German Search and Rescue Fleet Upgrades
SAR, the universal designation for Search And Rescue, can appear as a designation on air, land or marine vehicles in many different countries.
Thordon Bearings: EAL Protection in a Class of its Own
The ideal solution for the tightening regulatory noose also brings a different (and welcome) shade of ‘green’ for workboat…
USS Gerald R. Ford Returns to Newport News
The U.S. Navy’s newest aircraft carrier has returned to Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Newport News Shipbuilding division…
Tidewater and GulfMark Announce Merger
Tidewater Inc. and GulfMark Offshore, Inc. announced Monday that the boards of directors of both companies have unanimously…
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Maritime Increasingly "Sends in the DRONES"
Drones increasingly take on the dirty, dangerous jobs in maritime. For insight, we spoke with David Knukkel, Founder & CEO
New Oil Spill Tech Solutions Put to the Test
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TUI Cruises Orders Two LNG Newbuilds
TUI Cruises, a joint venture between TUI AG and Royal Caribbean Cruises has placed an order with Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri to build a pair of