How Deep is the Ocean?
Hydrogaphy, the science of surveying and charting bodies of water, is essential to the safe, sustainable and cost-effective use of the world’s oceans.
Maritime Software: On the Origin of Meaning
The IT sector, like most other industries, is awash with technical jargon, terminology, acronyms and abbreviations that have very specific meanings.
New Electrical Steam Boiler Module for Aoka Mizu FPSO
Parat Halvorsen AS said it recently secured a contract to design and fabricate a complete, turnkey steam boiler module for…
Neptune Shipyard Finished AIDAnova
An AIDAnova module has been released into the water for the first time at the Neptun shipyard in Rostock, which belongs to the Meyer Group.
Yanmar Provides Green Power for New Trawler
Norway’s newest and largest factory stern trawler features an auxiliary engine package from Yanmar, based on two 6EY22ALW generating sets.
IMO for Spreading Cyber Security
Cyber security awareness on board ships plays an important role in ensuring the safety and security of shipping around the globe.
Survey Vessels Hit the Charts
Training to ‘fight and win at sea’ occurs across the Navy every day of the year, but how does that concept map to the hydrographic…
Palfinger Marine Debuts New Fast Rescue Boat
Palfinger Marine said its new generation FRSQ 630 fast rescue boat offers optimal working conditions in rough sea conditions – at competitive pricing.
Top Maritime News
Maersk Sheds Oil Tanker Division
A.P. Moller-Maersk has agreed a $1.71 billion deal to sell its oil tanker division to its controlling shareholder
Harley Marine Orders Ocean Tugs from Conrad
Louisiana shipbuilder Conrad Shipyard said it has been awarded a contract to build two 3,000HP ocean service tugboats for Seattle’s Harley Marine
Horizon Shipbuilding to 'Reorganize' Amid Insufficient Revenues
Horizon Shipbuilding announced it will reorganize amid revenues insufficient for maintaining normal operations. Lance C.
U.S. Navy Fires Two Commanders After Sea Accidents
The U.S. Navy dismissed two senior officers on Monday after a series of collisions involving Seventh Fleet warships in Asia