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Alfa Laval March 18 (updated)

NexansSept17

Significant Small Ships


Editor: Martin Conway

Significant Small Ships is an annual publication, describing in one volume, approximately 30 new vessels including fast ferries and passenger vessels, tugs and workboats, fishing, and offshore patrol etc.  Each vessel description will comprise a concise technical description, extensive tabular principal particulars including major equipment suppliers, detailed general arrangement plans and a colour ship photograph.

Significant Small Ships provides a wealth of information in a readable format and is the most comprehensive publication of its kind available.

Significant Small Ship 2017 - Front Cover

Significant Small Ships 2017 - sample page layout

Newbuildings included in Significant Small Ships 2017 include:

  • BAP Carrasco – Highly advanced polar hydrographic vessel, undertaking research work in Latin America
  • Spirit of Rathlin –Northern Irish car and passenger ferry, dual-coded for maximum operator convenience
  • Thunder Child – A roaring addition to the patrol boat sector, capable of speeds in excess of 60knots
  • Adams Lake II – A brand new chain ferry, providing ‘floating bridge’ services in remote Canadian waters
  • RT Borkum– Demonstration and training tug incorporating the Rotortug concept
  • Lunch Box – Passenger ferry feeding commuter demandacross the Big Apple
  • Blue Fin – Custom-built, Californian workboat, created for shipyard assistance
  • Emmanuel – Salmon harvest vessel, purpose-built for enhanced manoeuvrability in and around fish pens
  • plus many more...

Available in Printed format (Ref: SSC17P) and CD ROM format (Ref: SSC17C). Click here to order

The Significant Ships & Small Ships Set 2017 can also be purchased in Printed or CD ROM format. Click here to order

Back Issues of Significant Small Ships

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

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

Publication

Significant Small Ships of 2017

Non-Member

£33.50

RINA-Member

£28.50

Significant Small Ships of 2016

Significant Small Ships of 2015

Significant Small Ships of 2014 

£32

£32

£31.50

£27

£27

£26

Significant Small Ships of 2013

£31.50 £26

Significant Small Ships of 2012

£31.50

£26

Significant Small Ships of 2011

£31.50

£26

Significant Small Ships of 2010

£30

£25

Significant Small Ships of 2009

£30

£25

Significant Small Ships of 2008

£30

£25

Significant Small Ships of 2007

£30

£25

Significant Small Ships of 2006

£30

£25

Significant Small Ships of 2005

£29

£24

Significant Small Ships of 2004

£27

£23

Significant Small Ships of 2003

£26

£22

Significant Small Ships of 2002

£24

£20

Significant Small Ships of 2001

£23

£19

Significant Small Ships of 2000

£22

£18

Significant Small Craft of 1999

£16

£12

Significant Small Craft of 1998

£14

£10

Significant Small Ships of 2000-2016
Plus SET of Sign. Small Craft 1998- 99 incl 35% discount
£339 £280

Nominations for Significant Small Ships 2018

In February next year, the Royal Institution of Naval Architects will publish another issue of Significant Small Ships, its annual round-up of first-in-class, innovative and unique vessels, boats and craft sized between 1m-100m and delivered in 2018. If you would like to nominate a vessel that fits the above size and delivery date criteria, please click here for further details.

Survitec ( from 8th Dec )

Bentley Systems

Posidonia

Furuno June 2018

IQPC Smart Ships

METSTRADE

UBM April 4th 2018