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Warship Technology - Editorial

Warship Technology is published five times a year and adopts a technical rather than political approach to naval defence, giving in-depth coverage to the design, construction and outfitting of naval vessels worldwide.

Editorial Coverage

  • Design and construction of surface warships, submarines, aircraft carriers, amphibious ships, MCMVs, fleet auxiliaries, offshore patrol and coastguard vessels.
  • Gas turbine and diesel propulsion, electrical systems, propulsors and stabiliser systems.
  • Weapons, minehunting and ASW equipment, electronic sensors, surveillance and combat systems.
  • Naval research establishments.
  • CAD/CAM, shipbuilding techniques and naval shipyard facilities.
  • Advanced materials for stealth and strength, also those with fire retardant, anti-magnetic and similar properties.

Editorial Schedule 2018


Aircraft carriers
Energy generation & storage
Naval classification
Scandinavian/Nordic Navies
Auxiliary vessels


Submarine safety, escape and rescue
Surface ship propulsion
Unmanned/remote control craft
French naval programmes
Italian naval programmes

Extra distribution:
Oceanology International, London
Asia Pacific Maritime, Singapore
SeaJapan, Tokyo


Corvettes, frigates, destroyers
Weapon handling, launch and recovery
Mine countermeasures
Russian naval vessels/Russian navy

Extra distribution:
Posidonia, Athens
RINA Warship conference, Bath
Seaworks, Southampton 


Sealift/logistic support
Amphibious vessels
Coast guard & patrol craft
Machinery control and surveillance
UK naval programme 

Extra distribution:
SAMM, Hamburg
Euronaval, Paris


Fast naval craft
Small naval craft and paramilitary craft
Advanced hull forms
Australia/ New Zealand

Survitec July

Van Oossanen

JETS VAC - sept

Bentley Systems

Furuno June 2018

IQPC - Oct 2018