The USCG RDC & Electronic Aids To Navigation
To recreational boaters, Aids to Navigation (ATON) are the familiar red and green buoys (and day markers) that line our inland waterways.
TOTE Touts 'LNG-as-Fuel' Experience
Build it and they will come mentality serves TOTE well on ‘world first’ LNG ContainershipsAs the marine industry collectively…
Making the Case for LPG as a Marine Fuel
The sulfur emission control areas (SECAs) in place in North-America and Northern Europe, in combination with the upcoming…
Wärtsilä Launches Acceleration Center in Singapore, Co-Creates IntelliTug
Wärtsilä has opened its purpose-built Acceleration Center in Singapore to promote innovation and collaboration with industry…
Autonomous Shipping Pushing Full Steam Ahead
Rolls Royce and Intel Artificial Intelligence (AI) announced that they’re bringing advanced intelligence to cargo shipping…
BMT’s REMBRANDT Receives Full Mission DNV GL Certification
BMT’s integrated navigation and maneuvering simulator suite REMBRANDT has been awarded Class A, B and C certification from DNV GL.
Hurricane FPSO Leaves Dubai After Upgrade, Shetlands First Oil Seen in H1
The Aoka Mizu floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel ordered by Hurricane Energy has left Dubai following a series of upgrades…
BWT scare stories
Are you having a nightmare with your existing BWT system? It may not be much of a consolation, but you’re not suffering alone… Cast your mind back to last year and…
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…
Top Maritime News
Vessels Separated After Collision off Corsica
Tunisian roll-on/roll-off ferry Ulysse has separated from the Cyprus flagged containership CSL Virginia on Thursday following a collision earlier
ACL Christens Its New Vessel Atlantic Sun
Atlantic Container Line (ACL) held a christening ceremony for its new G4 vessel, the Atlantic Sun, on Wednesday
Paving the Way for 3D Printing in Naval Shipbuilding
A U.S. shipbuilder’s piloting of new technologies is redefining the future of the naval engineering and shipbuilding industries.