A collaborative venture between the Scottish W3G Marine Ltd. and IHC Merwede Group of the Netherlands could prove to be a revolutionary launch pad for a new type of offshore marine turbine vessel.
Archives for August 2011
Finding a maritime job is not an easy task, especially if you are new to the field. You not only need to work hard, but smatter as well. We offer you six ways in which would make your maritime jobs search simpler and more efficient.
A doumentary depicts the life and stark reality of Bangladesh’s shipbreaking yard workers.
Suez Canal and Panama Canal hold a very important place in the shipping industry. These both are one of the busiest waterways because of several benefits they offer. Find our some interesting facts of Suez and Panama Canals in 2011.
St Lawrence Seaway is an important canal for commercial shipping industries of both Canada and North America. Learn how the seaway is of great importance to both the countries, along with its construction and history.
Tsekoa II, a Canadian Coast Guard Vessel, would soon be converted into a ship that would run on fuel cell batteries. Find out more inside.
Maersk’s four FPSO are one of the biggest and technologically advanced vessels at sea. Find out more about all the four vessels in the article inside.
Maersk’s Triple –E Vessels, once in operation, would be the world’s largest ships sailing at sea. Find out how the technology of these Maersk Container Ships might change the face of the shipping industry.
Turbine installation vessel, the TIV MPI Resolution is an example of unparalleled and singular marine engineering. The offshore wind turbine vessel, put into active operational duty from 2004, is a ship with independent elevation capabilities. Find out more inside.