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The Naval Architect: June 2020

An uptake of green solutions in the post-pandemic period is vital and antifouling products will be a key player, believes Philip Chaabane, CEO of global bio-tech company, I-Tech  

The Naval Architect: June 2020

Jotun has launched its Hull Skating Solutions (HSS), which it claims will proactively remove fouling from a ship’s hull before it affects performance and becomes a biosecurity problem  

Naval Architect: June 2020

Five years after it first launched, the Green Shipping Programme continues to develop innovative shortsea pilot projects and advance Norway’s goal of establishing itself as the world’s most eco-friendly shipping nation 

The Naval Architect: June 2020

Technology and expertise used during the development of racing yachts is being applied to a wind propulsion system that has attracted the interest of a leading shipowner

The Naval Architect: June 2020

The Norwegian company hopes its latest commercial innovation consolidates its position as one of the leading manufacturers of UV ballast water treatment

Warship Technology: May 2020

A newly-developed unmanned surface vessel intended for a range of military and commercial applications has a centre hull and a pair of sponsons to either side of it and is based on a hullform UK-based BMT has studied over many years.

Warship Technology: May 2020

In early April 2020, Gulf Island Fabrication received notification of an award for the construction of two additional towing, salvage and rescue ships (T-ATS) for the US Navy.

Warship Technology: May 2020

The UISS is the US Navy’s first unmanned surface vehicle (USV) programme of record. It provides unmanned mine counter measure and capabilities using interchangeable payloads and advanced sensors.

Warship Technology: May 2020

The US Navy is investing in a major programme of upgrades for the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) as it looks to increase the organic firepower and survivability of the fleet. At the same time, it is promoting a greater degree of in-service commonality between the respective Freedom and Independence variants.

Ship & Boat International: eNews May/June 2020

So, how do you maintain CTV operations when a global pandemic forces countries into lockdown, plunges the economy into freefall and introduces the unprecedented practice of ‘social distancing’? 

Ship & Boat International: eNews May/June 2020

A new research vessel bound for Greenland is intended to conduct a wider range of survey work than before, obviating the need to charter additional vessels.

Ship & Boat International: eNews May/June 2020

 Ineos has taken delivery of the first trio in a series of four gas barges, promoted as being the largest vessels of their kind to operate on the River Rhine. 

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2020

The enlarged facility is expected to better accommodate the requirements of regional operators.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2020

Leading OEM ABB has introduced a number of turbocharger maintenance related enhancements.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2020

Having rescued the historic Belfast shipyard last year, the UK-based investor sees the traditional ferry repair market as vitally important in re-establishing its market position.

 

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2020

Shiprepair & Maintenace talks to shiprepair agent, Roderick Wordie, to gain insights into what the future might hold for the industry in these extraordinary times.

Ship & Boat International: eNews May/June 2020

Despite the obvious disruptions to daily life, the COVID-19 pandemic has inevitably put the spotlight back on technology.

The Naval Architect: May 2020

Researchers at Cardiff University’s Seafarers International Research Centre have published a series of recommendations for shipyards and shipowners for the improvement of accommodation at sea.

Ship & Boat International: eNews May/June 2020

A forthcoming, Vard-designed offshore wind farm support vessel will be the first of its kind to be built to Taiwanese flag and class.

The Naval Architect: May 2020

Wallenius SOL’s inaugural vessel orders, now under construction in China, will be both the world’s largest LNG-fuelled and ice-classed RoRos.

The Naval Architect: May 2020

Met-Ocean data provider Theyr and the University of Southampton have joined forces to develop a vessel routing application that will use the latest advances in algorithms.

The Naval Architect: May 2020 

Amid the difficulties caused by Covid-19 and with engineers unable to reach vessels, CCS completed inspections by means of remote survey and issuing electronic certificates.

The Naval Architect: May 2020

EU member states can expand their emission monitoring beyond their ports with EMSA’s drone technology.

Ship & Boat International: eNews April 2020

Spanish boatbuilder AISTER has delivered a marine grade-aluminium fireboat to the Airport of Mauritius (AML).

Ship & Boat International: eNews April 2020

PT Bandar Abadi is preparing to launch a new 90m steel barge from its facility in Batam. 

Ship & Boat International: eNews April 2020

Ship & Boat International: eNews April 2020

Marine contractor Van Oord is concluding trials of its ‘Deep Dig-It’ subsea trenching tractor, in advance of its first contract on the North Sea seabed.

The Naval Architects: April 2020

Smoother workflow using the MSC Apex and Sesam software platforms promises improved productivity.

The Naval Architect: April 2020

The Danish flag registry hopes to use its growing influence to push for a mandatory R&D fund with IMO.

The Naval Architect: April 2020

China’s shipbuilding industry is returning to work following the Covid-19 outbreak, but what measures have been taken by the country’s major shipyards?

The Naval Architect: April 2020

Disruption in the transport and logistics sector could be accelerated dramatically by the coronavirus pandemic, according to one tech specialist.

The Naval Architect: April 2020

Kvasir Technologies, a partner of Danish joint industry initiative ShippingLab, has been working with shipping company Norden to develop a liquefaction-based biofuel.

Offshore Marine Technology: 1st Quarter 2020

Pilots using SEAMOR Marine’s range of ROVs can now use a handheld control pendant to operate these assets, granting them a greater degree of freedom of movement.

Offshore Marine Technology: 1st Quarter 2020

Damen’s new concept vessel has been designed to offer customisation on top of a “conceptual standard platform”. 

Offshore Marine Technology: 1st Quarter 2020

Havyard has outsourced completion of the 89.7m PSV Atlantic Harrier to Kleven Verft, in a bid to get the delayed ship delivered to its new Canadian owner this summer.

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