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Ship & Boat International: eNews April 2018

 

A beach club, sauna and 115m² flybridge with 4m swimming pool are some of the notable features aboard Benetti's 48.8m displacement yacht M/Y Elaldrea+.

Ship & Boat International: eNews April 2018

 

Conrad Orange Shipyard has delivered the first of three articulated tug /barge (ATB) units to US marine transportation specialist Vane Brothers.

Ship & Boat International: eNews April 2018

Moose Boats is working on a 14m, aluminium fire rescue catamaran, intended to respond to incidents on the western shores of Chesapeake Bay, Maryland

Ship & Boat International: eNews April 2018

 

The Lloyd’s Register Foundation plans to publish two insight reports later this year, focusing on safety within the fishing vessel and passenger ferry sectors.

Ship & Boat International: eNews April 2018

 

Bergen-based short-sea and coastal cargo vessel operator Wilson Group has awarded a provisional order to a Chinese yard for two 88m single-decker newbuilds.

Ship & Boat International: eNews April 2018

UK builder Meercat Boats is hoping to sweep aside last year’s woes, as it celebrates the launch of its latest workboat – billed as its “most robust to date”.

The Naval Architect: April 2018
Prioritising loading flexibility and efficiency, SDARI-designed Da Ji is an assured contribution to a sector in recovery.

The Naval Architect: April 2018
After last year’s attack on Maersk, cybercrime finally appeared on shipping’s radar. However, the lack of information sharing amongst shippers must be addressed if the industry is to reap the benefits of cyber security

The Naval Architect: April 2018
In January, the Danish government published its Maritime Denmark report, setting out its vision towards 2025. The head of the Danish shipowners association explains how the country aims to lead from the front.

Offshore Marine Technology: 1st Quarter 2018

 

Vroon Offshore Services’ new subsea support vessel VOS Stone commenced work at the Arkona wind farm in March.

Offshore Marine Technology: 1st Quarter 2018

 

Equipped with 2G Robotics’ ULS-500 PRO system, Kongsberg’s Hugin AUVs can be used to detect UXO at subsea sites.

Offshore Marine Technology: 1st Quarter 2018

 

OOS International hopes to boost its offshore wind farm construction support contract opportunities with two semisubmersible heavy-lifters.

Innovation in shipbuilding: March 2018

Japanese shipbuilder says the laminate lay-up tween decks offer improved capacity utilisation and optimised loading.

Innovation in shipbuilding: March 2018

It’s not so simple, warn Denis Morais and Mark Waldie, of ShipConstructor Software providers SSI.

Innovation in shipbuilding: March 2018

The ever-changing demands of shipbuilding seemingly precludes the use of automated production lines. Dutch production robotics company Kranendonk demonstrates this need not be the case.

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