Crest of the Royal National Institution of Naval Architects - Click to return to the homepage

RINA NEW BANNER

Europort Aug-Nov 2021

Autoship

Cadmatic October 2021

RINA News - RSS Feed

Ship & Boat International eNews: July/August 2021

Ship & Boat International eNews: July/August 2021

Australian boatbuilder Dongara Marine has delivered its first RIB, Cape Rose, to Marine Rescue Shark Bay.

Ship & Boat International eNews: July/August 2021

Camillo De Gaspari, AMRINA, owner of design studio Camdesign, has devised the specs for a wheelchair user-friendly, hybrid-electric catamaran yacht.

Warship Technology - Jul/Aug 2021

The roles assigned to UK Royal Navy are growing, government policy on naval shipbuilding is evolving and a ‘refresh’ of naval shipbuilding strategy is in the works. What does that mean for British shipyards, their role building warship and auxiliaries, and their ability to export? Responses to a Defence Committee inquiry provide answers from yards’ point of view.

Warship Technology - Jul/Aug 2021

As Lisa Hammock, a Senior Environmental Consultant at BMT told RINA’s ‘Warship 2021: Future Technologies in Naval Submarines’ conference, there are opportunities aplenty to make designs more sustainable.

Warship Technology - Jul/Aug 2021

In the last six months the first John Lewis class auxiliary oiler for the US Navy has been launched and work has commenced on the fourth ship in the new class.

Warship Technology - Jul/Aug 2021

UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has launched a competition to build three new Fleet Solid Support (FSS) ships to provide support to the Royal Navy, but a Contract Notice reveals that the final ship in the class will not be delivered until 2032, compared to the original timetable of the mid-2020s.

The Naval Architect June 2021

RINA's former president Stephen Payne outlines his proposals for a British promotion vessel.

The Naval Architect June 2021

Rotor and wing sails, an emerging trend for wind assisted propulsion on bulk carriers.

The Naval Architect June 2021

Catherine Ingram, principal naval architect at BMT and winner of RINA's Eily Keary Award, offers her insight on what needs to change.

The Naval Architect June 2021

Larger and more complex cruise ship newbuilding projects inspire a rethink of the early stage design process.

The Naval Architect June 2021

Netherlands-based GoodFuels’ joint project with Oldendorff, BHP and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore sees marine biofuel bunkered on an oceangoing vessel for the first time.

Ship & Boat International eNews: June 2021

Norwegian naval architect ESNA’s incorporation of surface effect ship (SES) design into offshore operations found additional form in the Q1 launch of the hybrid-powered CWind Pioneer. 

Ship & Boat International eNews: June 2021

Wuchang Shipbuilding has launched what’s been vaunted as China’s first ice-breaking beacon vessel, Haixun 156, which is set to commence operations in September.

Ship & Boat International eNews: June 2021

The Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM) is set to boost its activities with a new Ulstein SX134 seismic and oceanographic research ship. 

Ship & Boat International eNews: June 2021

Californian builder Moose Boats has delivered a new firefighting craft, Marine 1, to New York’s Rochester Fire Department (RFD).

Offshore Marine Technology: 2nd Quarter 2021

GustoMSC has developed a new floating feeder solution.

IMO mandate raises the stakes for cyber protection

The Naval Architect May 2021

Addressing and explaining EEXI ship power limitations

The Naval Architect May 2021

MOL’s sails rise to the challenge

The Naval Architect May 2021

Ecospray offers smarter scrubbers

The Naval Architect May 2021

Wallennius SOL ups its game

The Naval Architect May 2021

Offshore Marine Technology: 2nd Quarter 2021

OOS International has noted an increase in charter enquiries for its newly built semisubmersible heavy-lift crane accommodation vessels OOS Serooskerke and OOS Walcheren.

Offshore Marine Technology: 2nd Quarter 2021

Salunda Limited has produced its Crew Hawk system, developed to track the locations of both personnel and moving equipment in real time. 

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.