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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.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 1st Quarter 2021

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

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 1st Quarter 2021

MarineShaft continues to invest in new plant and facilities to keep pace with demand for a high-tech repair technique it has developed and refined

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 1st Quarter 2021

Tankers remain the dominant source of activity for leading Portuguese shipyard

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 1st Quarter 2021

The new standard should ensure environmentally friendly and safe underwater maintenance practices 

Ship & Boat International eNews: February 2021

Strategic Marine has delivered a new fast crew boat, Centus Eight, to Malaysian OSV operator Centus Marine.

Ship & Boat International eNews: February 2021

Boston, US-based autonomous systems developer Sea Machines Robotics could find a favourable foothold in the European sector, having entered into a strategic alliance with Damen Shipyards Group in early February.

Ship & Boat International eNews: February 2021

The US Army Corps of Engineers is due to take delivery of a compact tug, launched in January by WCT Marine & Construction. 

Ship & Boat International eNews: February 2021

Torqeedo has launched its Travel 603 electric motor. 

Ship & Boat International eNews: February 2021

Baltic Workboats is hoping to woo the naval and law enforcement sectors with its Patrol 12 RIB series, developed to serve as a flexible, high-speed interceptor with the clout to undertake anti-piracy and counter-terrorist strikes.

Ship & Boat International eNews: February 2021

Austal Australia has unveiled its VOLTA ferry concept, a series of all-electric passenger catamarans capable of speeds in excess of 25knots. 

The Naval Architect February 2021

SOLAS rules say lifeboats should be located close to accommodation spaces, but a growing number of designs are opting for free-release lifeboats at the stern 

The Naval Architect February 2021

TNA speaks to HVAC providers about the increasingly sophisticated ventilation solutions they are being called upon to develop

The Naval Architect February 2021

A non-profit data sharing organisation partnering with some of the world’s leading shipping companies is helping the maritime industry anticipate the risks of high impact, low frequency incidents

The Naval Architect February 2021

As a special preview of RINA's forthcoming Significant Ships of 2020, The Naval Architect takes a look at arguably the most high-profile vessel delivered by a Chinese yard last year: CMA CGM Jacques Saadé

Warship Technology eNews January 2021

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency in the US has awarded contracts to industry teams to examine innovative concepts for a long-endurance uncrewed vessels.

Warship Technology eNews January 2021

The use of 3D models in ship design and class review is expanding to include military vessels, writes Dan Cronin, ABS Vice President, Standards and Digital Class.

Warship Technology eNews January 2021

In December 2020, the President of the Republic announced the launch of studies for the replacement of the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier by a new nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. The President said that if a decision is taken to proceed with construction, the new carrier would enter service by 2038.

Warship Technology eNews January 2021

Subsea Craft and BAR Technologies have provided an update on the construction of VICTA, an advanced diver delivery unit they have been working on. The concept was first highlighted in the March 2020 issue of Warship Technology

Ship & Boat International eNews: January/February 2021

Piriou’s concept for a hybrid hydrogen-powered crew transfer vessel has been approved by an offshore wind innovation initiative. 

Ship & Boat International eNews: January/February 2021

Brix Marine has handed over a new luxury water taxi, Liberty National I, to Liberty National Golf Club.

Ship & Boat International eNews: January/February 2021

 

KENC Engineering’s Automatic Boat Landing Systems are intended to function as safe, cost-efficient and easy-to-use alternatives to fixed or crane-dependent transfer systems.

Ship & Boat International eNews: January/February 2021

Marell Boats’ M15Q high-speed interception vessel employs four powerful outboards to attain speeds approaching 70knots.

The Naval Architect January 2021 - Green Shipping supplement

The Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping aims to lead shipping’s decarbonisation strategy. The Naval Architect speaks to chief executive Bo Cerup-Simonsen

The Naval Architect January 2021 - Green Shipping supplement

How will shipping respond to ongoing and increasing black carbon emissions from HFO-fuelled ships? 

The Naval Architect January 2021

Whether it’s Covid-19 or the longer-term transition towards low-carbon shipping, cruise shipowners have more than the whims of fashion to contend with, writes Kari Reinikainen

The Naval Architect January 2021

The challenges of Covid-19 have proven the ideal test for remote connectivity, but many shipyards have some catching up to do, believes KVH Industries’ senior IoT director