With a long and distinguished history working with alternative fuels in the maritime sector, Tom Risley likes to say, “I was country when country wasn’t cool.” Hear his insights on the opportunities and challenges ahead.
Highway 132 from Le Bic to Riviere au Renard is a stunning, scenic coastal route for the kayaker and the RV driver. Behind the beauty lies hidden danger that, for kayakers, can only be avoided by planning for that window of opportunity to get you safely from point A to B. If you are unprepared, you will get trapped only to suffer a cruel blow from a merciless sea.
Doctors Without Borders go into the storm and save lives. They do what I cannot do. But what I can do is give a small financial gift that eventually saves the life of another person in need.
Kayaking the Gaspé Peninsula has been an amazing experience. With over 1215 km behind me from Halifax, Nova Scotia, the journey to here, Grande-Vallée, has been adventurous, challenging and rewarding. Lots of great pictures to take home.
Going beyond our limits is not a bad thing. Calculating risk is necessary to achieve goals that are before you. Kayaking 10,500 km requires determination, duress and desire to meet the daily goal....regardless of the impossibilities.
KVH’s new TracNet H-Series is a single antenna solution for WiFi, cellular and satellite service, as Bob Balog, CTO, KVH, explains.
In this video Mark Fuhrmann paddles the New Brunswick coast, experiencing fantastic nature and the dangers of weather.
The bi-annual SMM exhibition in Hamburg, Germany is one of the biggest and best maritime fairs in the world, this year celebrating its 30th anniversary. Following COVID-related cancellations, Uli Selbach discusses new additions to the show scheduled for September 6-9, 2022 in Hamburg, Germany.
The last leg of Northshore, Nova Scotia had some amazing experiences. What a beautiful shoreline and people along the way. No bears on the beach when camping.....
Paddling along the east coast of Nova Scotia - rugged, refreshing, rejuvenating and relentless pain in the butt.....literally. But, (excuse the pun) Mark wouldn't want to live without the good experiences of the past few days.
Leaving Norway to begin a 10,500 km solo paddle expedition called: The Greater Loop. The journey will take approximately one year where Mark Fuhrmann will seek the kindness of others and seek to keep safe from the surrounding dangers.
Pieter van Oord is candid in discussing the future growth of his storied company’s activities in offshore wind with specific insights on challenging current jobs, Van Oord’s recent order of a massive and groundbreaking wind turbine installation vessel, and the company’s future working in the United States.
Tor Svanes, CEO of NAVTOR, is a bonified ECDIS pioneer. He discusses with Maritime TV the inherent challenges of truly effective digitalization, as well as the future of autonomy and NAVTOR’s role.
Scania is preparing to launch its new Electric Hybrid Package – eMachine – later this year at the Electric & Hybrid Exhibition.
Asbjørn Halsebakke of The Switch discusses the application in maritime for the company’s new generation DC-Hub with its unique Electronic DC Breaker (EDCB) and Electronic Bus Link (EBL).
Fresh off of its Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) buyout, Eric Braitmayer, President and CEO, discusses the future for IMTRA’s consumer and commercial maritime business.
From Oslo, Julian Backes runs through the latest pipe and valve solutions from GF.
Thordon Bearings’ technical director Tony Hamilton takes us inside Thordon's new BlueWater Seal, a propeller shaft seal for the commercial shipping industry featuring a unique Safe Return to Port (SRTP) design.
As the Scania USA marine business continues to grow, Dave Hughes, Sales Manager, Scania USA, shares insights on what’s in store for this storied powertrain solution provider in 2022 and beyond.
“The whole supply chain is broken,” said Frank G. Olsen, CEO, Inchape Shipping Services, in discussing this and other shipping market conditions from NorShipping ’22 in Oslo.