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Warship Technology: January 2020

The US Navy is to build nine Block V Virginia class attack submarines, of which three will be of a lengthened design with significantly more firepower.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 4th Quarter 2019

The UK based Condition Monitoring specialist, James Fisher Mimic (JFM), is working on a new generation of software that it believes will change the way owners and operator’s access and utilise data for condition monitoring purposes.

Ship & Boat International: eNews December 2019

Wight Shipyard Co. (WSC) has scooped what it describes as its largest export order so far, with a contract to supply four fast ferries to a Maltese tourboat operator.

Ship & Boat International: eNews December 2019

The Transition Ship, or TX Ship, developed by Thales and Steller Systems, is intended to bridge the gap between ‘lean-manned’ operations and all-out autonomy.

Ship & Boat International: eNews December 2019

Houston Mechatronics’ Aquanaut vehicle has pulled off the tricky task of creating an ROV/AUV hybrid.

Ship & Boat International: eNews December 2019

Effebi is working on a hybrid-propulsion-enabled patrol boat for domestic police force the Guardia di Finanzia,  to undertake surveillance tasks within and around the Venetian Lagoon.

Ship & Boat International: eNews November/December 2019

RanMarine has developed the WasteShark AUV to capture riverine waste before it enters and pollutes the greater sea and ocean.

Ship & Boat International: eNews November/December 2019

IMO has moved “a significant step closer” to realising “a global regime to create safety standards for fishing vessels”, following a show of support for the Cape Town Agreement.

Ship & Boat International: eNews November/December 2019

The world’s first articulated tug barge (ATB) designed for LNG bunkering and coastwise shipments has been launched at Pascagoula, Mississippi.

Ship & Boat International: eNews November/December 2019

Seattle-based naval architect Elliott Bay Design Group is supplying a hybrid-electric vessel design to local operator Washington State Ferries.

The Naval Architect: November 2019

While much of the industry is looking towards alternative fuels and new technologies, might there be a simpler solution in lengthening vessels?

The Naval Architect: November 2019

With growing interest from east Asian shipbuilders, Silverstream Technologies may have achieved a breakthrough for air lubrication technology where others have failed.

The Naval Architect: November 2019

There is a growing consensus within the maritime industry that hydrogen powered fuel cells could hold the key to decarbonisation, but questions surrounding fuel storage still remain.

The Naval Architect: November 2019

The CMA CGM Jacques Saade represents a watershed moment for Chinese shipbuilding.

The Naval Architect: November 2019

The chemical/product tanker sector appears robust and well positioned ahead of the sulphur cap, writes Malcolm Latarche.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 4th Quarter 2019

UK-based Ramtech Electronics argues that technology advances are gradually addressing long-standing safety risks within the industry.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 4th Quarter 2019

The Switzerland-based manufacturer aims to harness the power of digital technology to provide owners and operators greater insight and support

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 4th Quarter 2019

The Genoa yard and its sister site CNdM continue to a secure a number of significant passenger ship upgrade projects

Shiprepair & Maintenance 4th Quarter 2019

Superyachts and seismic survey vessels are amongst the more buoyant sectors of the repair and refit market for Singapore’s ST Engineering.

Offshore Marine Technology: 4th Quarter 2019

Survitec will roll out Marine Rescue Technologies’ AIS-capable, sMRT AU10-HTS personal locator beacons (PLBs) across its range of aviation lifejackets.

Offshore Marine Technology: 4th Quarter 2019

MODEC's NOAH and M350 hullforms are intended to make newbuilt FPSO units as commercially viable as VLCC conversions.

Offshore Marine Technology: 4th Quarter 2019

Colombo Dockyard, Sri Lanka, has delivered what it describes as its largest vessel yet, the 113.1m cable-layer KDDI Cable Infinity.

Offshore Marine Technology: 4th Quarter 2019

The 103m LNG-burning tanker is scheduled to commence operations in Q1 2020.

The Naval Architect: October 2019

Operator hopes that delivery of its latest chemical tankers marks the next step in proving methanol is a viable, clean alternative to conventional fuels.

Naval Architect: October 2019

LNT Marine’s new innovative cargo containment system will enable more shipyards to build LNG carriers and fill a need for mid-size vessels.

Naval Architect: October 2019

Small improvements in ship design could have a big impact on the safe transfer of marine pilots.

The Naval Architect: October 2019

Two lists means two sets of obligations, warns Kenneth W. Fisher.

The Naval Architect: October 2019

Bolidt hopes to floor its rivals with the opening of  a new innovation hub and a strong commitment to sustainability.

Warship: October 2019

A next-generation unmanned system that could be used to protect the UK’s future warships was unveiled by Defence Secretary Ben Wallace at the DSEi exhibition in London in early September 2019.

Warship: October 2019

The Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) has published a strategy for the development of electric power and energy systems to meet future weapon and sensor system power requirements.

Warship: October 2019

The Babcock Team 31 had been selected by the UK Ministry of Defence as the preferred bidder to deliver its new Type 31 (T31) warships.

Warship: October 2019

The Royal New Zealand Navy is planning further investment in sealift capability, a new patrol vessel and will extend the service lives of its ANZAC class surface combatants.

Ship & Boat International: eNews September/October 2019

The Ship & Boat International team has started work on this year’s edition of the annual RINA journal Significant Small Ships, profiling approximately 30 new vessels sized between 5-100m and officially delivered in 2019 (with the exception of prototypes).

Ship & Boat International: eNews September/October 2019

The newly formed e5 Lab has ambitious plans for a battery-fuelled, diesel-free revolution – starting in Tokyo, then spreading worldwide.

Ship & Boat International: eNews September/October 2019

Oscar Propulsion’s new noise-dampening solution isn’t just about drilling holes into propeller blades – it’s where you drill them that counts, the company explains.

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