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Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2021

 

The embedding of the former Trident business within the group has been consolidated in recent months

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2021

 

The Oskarhamsvarvet and Oresund shipyards have been through differing experiences over the past year

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2021

 

While continuing to attend projects in person where possible, the MAN Energy Solutions’ turbocharger servicing business has made good use of new technology to support remote working

Warship Technology May 2021

Aerospace, defence and security group Babcock, which is building the UK Royal Navy’s Type 31 frigates, is to rationalise its business portfolio, and is expecting to make around 1,000 staff redundant, mainly in the UK. The wide-ranging changes will see the company divest less profitable parts of the group but is not expected to affect its naval construction business.

Warship Technology May 2021

The outcome of the UK government’s Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy has a number of implications for the future size and shape of the Royal Navy.

Warship Technology May 2021

As first highlighted in the March 2021 issue of Warship Technology, the US Navy is working to mature the acquisition approach and key technologies that will underpin delivery of its projected DDG Next (DDG[X]) guided missile destroyer.

Warship Technology May 2021

A report from Auditor General of Canada Karen Hogan tabled in the House of Commons in February concludes that Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy has been slow to deliver ships to meet Canada’s domestic and international obligations.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2021

Evidence of positive demand trends provide grounds for confidence that the future is looking brighter

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2021

Specialist survey services offer financial and safety benefits, it is claimed

Ship & Boat International eNews: May/June 2021

Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) has added an engine-free AutoNaut USV to its fleet.

Ship & Boat International eNews: May/June 2021

Ship & Boat International eNews: May/June 2021

Saffier Yachts is planning a summer launch for its Saffier Se 33 Life model. 

Ship & Boat International eNews: May/June 2021

Penguin International has completed what it claims to be the first hybrid boat built and operated in Singapore. 

The Naval Architect April 2021

First announced in 2019, the low-speed has been specifically designed to attract the LNG carrier segment

 

The Naval Architect April 2021

An ongoing ShippingLab partnership led by Vessel Performance Solutions will improve performance prediction and decision support

The Naval Architect April 2021

Tackling the problem has wider design implications, writes Kari Reinikainen. 

The Naval Architect April 2021

Is there a relationship between shipboard noise and hypertension among seafarers?

The Naval Architect April 2021

Richard Westgarth of BMT, and MarRI-UK coordinator Dr Tiffany Imron of the University of Strathclyde speak with The Naval Architect about the Zero-carbon Coastal Highway.

Ship & Boat International eNews: March/April 2021

Beautiful boats deserve beautiful marinas, and the increasing popularity of recreational boating has led to a number of these facilities.

Ship & Boat International eNews: March/April 2021

A mixture of solar, wind and battery power will grant unlimited range to Tillberg Design of Sweden’s (TDoS’) proposed ultra-eco-friendly superyacht, Aegir 2.0.

Ship & Boat International eNews: March/April 2021

The offshore wind ‘gold rush’ is back on track, following a brief plateau period in the mid-to-late 2010s. 

Ship & Boat International eNews: March/April 2021

The specifications for the CP420 Natale De Grazia have demanded the biggest self-righting and unsinkable fast patrol boat ever built in Italy. 

Offshore Marine Technology eNews: 1st Quarter 2021

Proponents of offshore wind power in the US remain bullish about the sector’s prospects, and orders for relevant support vessels are picking up pace.

Offshore Marine Technology: 1st Quarter 2021

There has been an increasing use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, for tank inspections on floating offshore installations over the last five years. 

The Naval Architect March 2021

Decarbonisation of sea transport will be assisted by a Belgian pairing’s determined focus on hydrogen-based propulsion.

The Naval Architect March 2021

The Finnish shipbuilding industry and maritime cluster experienced a tough 2020, with many uncertainties, but there are reasons for confidence.

The Naval Architect March 2021

Cargo misdeclaration may be a common cause of incidents, but there are a multitude of situational and design factors, according to one senior investigator.

The Naval Architect March 2021

A partnership between battery specialists Corvus Energy and Toyota hopes to achieve mass production of hydrogen fuel cells for maritime use by 2024.

The Naval Architect March 2021

As a further taster of Significant Ships of 2020, now available to order, we take a look at one of the notable tankers featured.

Warship Technology: March 2021

French Minister for the Armed Forces Florence Parly has announced the launch of the development phase of a third generation of nuclear-powered ballistic-missile submarines (SSBNs).

Warship Technology: March 2021

Stadt in Norway, which specialises in AC drives and integrated electric propulsion systems, has signed a contract with the Royal Norwegian Navy for a development project that will further enhance the company’s ‘STADT Stealth Lean Propulsion System.’

Warship Technology: March 2021

A concept of operations intended to enable the US Navy to operate more effectively against potential adversaries that could bring concentrated firepower to bear on high value US Navy warships is one of the factors driving demand for a new class of logistics vessels.

Warship Technology: March 2021

Fincantieri Marinette Marine is continuing to mature the design of the US Navy’s new FFG-62 Constellation-class guided missile frigate ahead of beginning construction of the first-in-class, to be named USS Constellation, in early 2022.

Offshore Marine Technology: 1st Quarter 2021

The 130m x 28m ship will be a tweaked version of the Vard 9 02 design. 

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 1st Quarter 2021

An innovative online portal has been specifically designed to ease the complexities of booking shiprepair and retrofit work