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Ship & Boat International: eNews March/April 2017

The distinction between ‘passengers’ and ‘industrial personnel’, as applied to wind farm turbine technicians, has long proven a matter of contention.

Ship & Boat International: eNews March/April 2017

Robert Allan Ltd (RAL) has completed a series of tests with a simulated version of its RAmora 2400 unmanned firefighting tug, as part of its development of the TOWBoT concept (see Ship & Boat International March/April 2016, pages 31-33).

Ship & Boat International: eNews March/April 2017

The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) – a UK venture established between private energy and engineering companies and the British Government – has teamed up with manufacturer Teignbridge Propellers, to undertake a two-year project to develop a new propeller type.

Warship Technology: March 2017

Rolls-Royce Marine is making good progress with the manufacture and testing of the gas turbines for Italy’s new amphibious vessels and was also recently awarded a contract for engines and waterjets for high-speed units for Italy’s Special Forces.

Warship Technology: March 2017

An independent, government-commissioned report to inform Britain’s national shipbuilding strategy makes very pertinent recommendations, but it fails to bridge the divide between economic considerations and operational requirements, says Dr Peter Roberts, Director Military Sciences at the Royal United Services Institute.

Warship Technology: March 2017

Safehaven Marine in Ireland has launched another high-speed craft, the XSV 17 ‘Thunder Child’ .

 

The Naval Architect: March 2017

The 16th International Conference on Computer and IT Applications in the Maritime Industries (COMPIT) will be held from 15–17 May 2017 in Cardiff, UK. Organiser Volker Bertram, Dept. Mechanical and Mechatronic Eng., Stellenbosch University, gives The Naval Architect a sneak peek

The Naval Architect: March 2017

As controversial as they may have been at the time, common structural rules (CSR) have been a part of new ship design and construction now for around a decade, writes Malcolm Latarche.

The Naval Architect: March 2017

A new autonomous ship system emerges for use onboard today’s vessels. The Naval Architect exclusively reports.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: eNews February 2017

Kaohsiung City Shipping Ltd has introduced what is claimed to be Asia’s fist hybrid electric ferry

Shiprepair & Maintenance: eNews February 2017

Drone technology is already playing an increasing role in the maritime industry for inspection and survey work. This type of technology can offer reduced costs, increased efficiency and improved safety.

Ship & Boat International: eNews February 2017

Expanded space, particularly in the living quarters and on the sun deck, is one of the key features of the forthcoming third build in Benetti’s FB800 Custom luxury yacht series (the FB801 model, M/Y Vica, is pictured).

Ship & Boat International: eNews February 2017

Caraibes Remorquage, the body appointed to oversee operations at Pointe-à-Pitre harbour on the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe, has ordered a tug from French builder Piriou’s yard in Hô Chi Minh-Ville, Vietnam.

Ship & Boat International: eNews February 2017

2018 will see adventurer Lia Ditton attempt to make history as the first woman to row the North Pacific Ocean solo, on a mission dubbed the 'Yo! Row'.

Ship & Boat International: eNews February 2017

Southampton Marine Services has launched a new aquaculture service vessel, Alyssa, from its Ocean Quay facility in Southampton, UK.

Ship & Boat International: eNews February 2017

Marine refrigeration and HVAC specialist Dometic has upgraded its range of CoolFreeze CFX compressor cool boxes with what it describes as being the largest in the series.

Ship & Boat International: eNews February 2017

For boatbuilders, one of the most attractive qualities of marine composites is their ability to keep overall vessel weight down, especially in comparison to steel.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 1st quarter 2017  

Superyacht specialist adds to the company’s capabilities

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 1st quarter 2017

Vancouver Drydock and Victoria Shipyard can build upon some notable successes in 2016, believe senior management.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 1st quarter 2017

The Norwegian coatings supplier has achieved considerable success in the onboard maintenance sector.

The Naval Architect: February 2017

New editor for The Naval Architect

The Naval Architect: February 2017

Emerging ferry safety regulations at the International Maritime Organization call for trade-offs between different design criteria. This leaves a sometimes tricky path to compliance for owners and operators, says naval architecture and engineering consultancy Foreship

The Naval Architect: February 2017

Emissions and how to tackle them have continued to ruffle feathers among interested parties since the turn of the year, as the long running saga of bloc regulation versus international regulation continues, writes Sandra Speares.

The Naval Architect February 2017

Superior vessel manoeuvrability, better safety and comfort, and optimised power consumption are claimed to make ABB’s Azipod units particularly suitable for expedition cruiseships operating in polar waters, writes Clive Woodbridge.

Ship & Boat International: January/February 2017

Cox Powertrain is planning to bring a new and unique diesel outboard concept to market in 2018. Originally developed for the Formula 1 (F1) circuit by motor sports engineer (and company co-founder) David Cox, the technology that forms the core of the CXO300 outboard has certainly been around the track in terms of development and interest.

Ship & Boat International: January/February 2017

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has contracted Florida yard Gulfstream Shipbuilding to produce a monohull passenger/vehicle carrier

Ship & Boat International: January/February 2017

Turkish tugboat builder and operator Med Marine will expand its tug fleet in 2017 with six newbuilds

Ship & Boat International: January/February 2017

Life Cell Marine Safety has received SOLAS certification for its Life Cell throwable buoyancy device, with the product having been approved by Lloyd’s Register under IMO resolution A.580(13) and Life-saving Appliance (LSA) code regulation I/1.2. D.

Ship & Boat International: January/February 2017

Automated Ships Ltd and Kongsberg Maritime have signed a memorandum of understanding to build an unmanned, fully automated vessel for offshore operations, with a scheduled delivery date of 2018

Ship & Boat International: January/February 2017

Cox Powertrain is planning to bring a new and unique diesel outboard concept to market in 2018. Originally developed for the Formula 1 (F1) circuit by motor sports engineer (and company co-founder) David Cox, the technology that forms the core of the CXO300 outboard has certainly been around the track in terms of development and interest.

Warship Technology : January 2017

South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries has been contracted by the New Zealand Ministry of Defence to build a 24,000tonne logistics support vessel to meet the New Zealand Defence Force’s (NZDF’s) Maritime Sustainment Capability (MSC) requirement.

Warship Technology: January 2017

Aker Arctic is known worldwide for its expertise in the design of ice-class vessels, hullforms and propulsion systems for ice-class units. Among the latest full-scale trials it has conducted were some designed to test the efficacy of bronze propellers in ice.

Warship Technology: January 2017

RINA says more and more warships are being built – and maintained – to naval class, and is keeping busy with work for the Italian Navy and others overseas.

The Naval Architect: January 2017

Developments in the Internet of Things can help to deliver smart vessels that improve operation, usability and profitability for shipowners, users and workers, explains Jesús A. Muñoz & Rodrigo Perez, SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A., Spain.

The Naval Architect: January 2017

Naval architects Erik Leenders and Martijn de Jongh describe the ins and outs of the Natural Environment Research Council’s (NERC) new research vessel, RSS Sir David Attenborough, in an exclusive interview with The Naval Architect .

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