Designing for the Winds of Change
The advent of U.S. offshore wind also brings the need for the quality and quantity of built-for-purpose vessels needed to…
Posti to Use LNG Vehicles
Finland's leading postal and logistics service company Posti has taken into service two full trailer combinations powered…
Costamare Acquires York Capital Interest in 5 Containerships
The owner and provider of containerships for charter Costamare announced the acquisition of the 60% equity interest of York…
Mat Boat Sources Sought Notice
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Marine Design Center (MDC) will soon be releasing a sources sought notice for the…
Work‘bots’: Autonomous Vessels Arrive
The near-shore and inland workboat fleet is at the leading edge for autonomous vessel developmentWhile the advent of autonomous…
New All-Electric Passenger Ferry for Oslo
The Fjords will add another all electric passenger vessel to its fleet Legacy of The Fjords which is now under construction at Brødrene Aa.
BGC Enters Shipping, Buys Poten & Partners
Global financial and technology giant BGC Partners has completed the acquisition of Poten & Partners, a ship brokerage, consulting…
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Can I install a BWT unit myself?
Do It Yourself BWT installation: NOT A PROBLEM FOR RORO SPECIALIST SEATRUCK!Every shipowner wants to minimize downtime and maximize earnings. So what if it was feasible…
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…
Top Maritime News
Rotten Fish to Help Power Hurtigruten Cruise Ships
The Nordic region's most high-profile cruise fleet operator is refitting its ships to make them less polluting
Oil Removed from WWII Era Shipwreck
A U.S. Navy led team has removed 229,000 gallons of oil from a sunken World War II era German heavy cruiser that has been resting on the seafloor
Coast Guard Responding to Vessel Adrift in Gulf of Mexico
The Coast Guard is responding to a vessel adrift in the Gulf of Mexico approximately 80 nautical miles south of Cape San Blas, Florida, Wednesday.