New Hybrid Electric Patrol Boat for Estonia
A new multipurpose 45-meter patrol ship will be used by the Estonian Police and Border Guard Service for a wide range of operations…
LNG as Fuel: TOTE’s Keller Discusses ‘Lessons Learned’
In a recent interview with Peter Keller, Executive Vice President, TOTE, Maritime Reporter & Engineering News discussed lessons…
Olmsted: Online & Open
After more than 30 years of frustratingly slow progress, cost overruns and more than a few mistakes, Olmsted is finally poised for success.
UK Aircraft Carrier Dodges Hurricane Florence
British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth arrived in Norfolk, Va. a bit later than planned on Monday after evading Hurricane Florence…
ESVAGT Orders Two SOVs from Havyard
Danish shipowner ESVAGT and offshore wind farm developer MHI Vestas have sealed long-term contracts for the delivery of two…
Penguin Orders 16 enginei Units
Royston Diesel Power’s enginei EFMS (electronic fuel management system) has been specified for a range of new specialist…
Canada's First New Arctic Patrol Vessel Launched
Canada’s lead Arctic and Offshore Patrol Vessel, the future HMCS Harry DeWolf, was launched at Halifax Shipyard on Saturday…
IF BWT UNITS DON’T √ THESE SIX BOXES, DONT BUY THEM!!
Cheap does not necessarily mean good value. Don’t get the cheapest system for your fleet, get the right one.In the competitive world of shipping, with often wafer thin margins and uncertain demand…
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Tug Catches Fire on the Mississippi River
A section of the lower Mississippi River has been closed to vessel traffic after a tug caught fire near mile marker 673 on Wednesday.
Odfjell Says It Will Not Install Scrubbers
Chemical tanker firm Odfjell said it will not invest in scrubbers to clean fuel on its vessels to comply with new stricter emission rules from 2020
Marine Low Sulphur Fuel: Organizing the Switch
The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) decision to implement a 0.50 percent cap on sulphur emissions has created uncertainty among vessel