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Significant Ships


If you are a shipowner and would like to submit your vessel for inclusion (there is no charge) please download a copy of the Review Form and return it to

Editor:  Richard Halfhide

Significant Ships is an annual publication, describing, in one volume, the most innovative and important commercial designs of vessels 100m LOA and above delivered by shipyards during the previous year.

It includes a cross-section of ship types, with each vessel being either representative of its type or singularly significant.  Each ship receives a concise technical description and principal particulars, (including the major equipment suppliers), general arrangement plans and a colour photograph of the vessel.

Many previous participants have told us they have found it hugely beneficial to be listed in the publication. The information and visuals provided will not be reproduced anywhere else without the consent of the participants.

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BW Tulip Speard

 

 

 

Newbuildings included in Significant Ships 2018 include:

 

  • Golar Nanook – 170,000m3 FSRU/LNG Carrier
  • El Coqui – 23,404dwt con-ro
  • CMA CGM Antoine de Saint Exupery – 20,600teu ULCC
  • BW Tulip – 173,400m3 LNG Carrier
  • Pola Makaria – 7,679dwt multi-purpose dry cargo vessel
  • Sunflower Satsuma – 192m ro-pax
  • Yuan He Hai – 400,000dwt Valemax ore carrier
  • Flavin – 133,100m3 crude/product carrier
  •  plus many more...

Available in Printed format (Ref: SIGS18P) and USB format (Ref: SIGS18CD). Click here to order

The Significant Ships & Small Ships Set 2018 can also be purchased in Printed or USB format. Click here to order

Back Issues of Significant Ships 

Click on the links below to see a list of vessels featured in the previous issues of Significant Ships.

To order back issues of Significant ships please email:  or Telephone +44 (0)207 235 4622 Ext 341. When ordering please advise if printed or USB format is required.  

Publication

Significant Ships of 2018

Significant Ships of 2017

Non-Member

£50

£50

RINA-Member

£44

£44

Significant Ships of 2016

Significant Ships of 2015

Significant Ships of 2014 

£49

£48

£48

£43

£42

£42

Significant Ships of 2013

£48 £42

Significant Ships of 2012

£48

£42

Significant Ships of 2011 (USB only)

£48

£42

Significant Ships of 2010 (USB only)

£46

£40

Significant Ships of 2009

£46

£40

Significant Ships of 2008

£46

£40

Significant Ships of 2007

£46

£40

Significant Ships of 2006

£46

£40

Significant Ships of 2005

£45

£39

Significant Ships of 2004

£43

£37

Significant Ships of 2003

£41

£36

Significant Ships of 2002 (USB only)

£39

£34

Significant Ships of 2001

£37

£32

Significant Ships of 2000

£35

£31

Significant Ships of 1999

£30

£27

Significant Ships of 1998

£28

£25

Significant Ships of 1997

£25

£22

Significant Ships of 1996

£25

£22

Significant Ships of 1995

£20

£15

Significant Ships of 1994

£20

£15

Significant Ships of 1993

£15

£12

Significant Ships of 1992 (USB only)

£15

£12

Significant Ships of 1991

£12

£10

Significant Ships of 1990 (USB only)

£12

£10

SET of Significant Ships 1990-2018

Including 40% discount

£637

£553

Nominations for Significant Ships

In February next year, The Royal Institution of Naval Architects will again publish another issue of Significant Ships presenting information on technically interesting ships completed and delivered during this year. This will be part of the Institutions successful series published every year since 1990. If you would like to nominate a vessel for considerations as one of the vessels featured in Significant Ships, click here for more details

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