Marine Insight launches new eBook – A Guide to Ship Navigation Techniques, an important ship navigation handbook for sea-going deck officers and students of nautical science. Download your free copy now.
Archives for August 2018
Nordlaks in Stokmarknes, Norway, is currently building a 385m long and 60m wide offshore salmon farm. The installation is being built at the CIMC Raffles yard in China.
Rolls-Royce Commercial Marine has signed a contract to deliver five engines and four large UUC thrusters that will power a new offshore drilling rig to be built for Awilco Drilling plc at the Keppel Fels shipyard in Singapore.
Ulstein launches a new series of fish trawlers with state-of-the-art ship solutions for sustainable fishing methods and processing.
The short award-winning film ‘LIFEBOAT’ is to be shown at the second IMHR conference on 29 October 2018 to be held at the historic and newly furbished Fishmongers’ Hall, London.
Four ship-to-shore cranes at OICT, the busiest terminal at the Port of Oakland, are 27 feet taller following completion this week of a year-long, crane-raising project.
Three of the marine sector’s major technology companies, WinGD, Wärtsilä and GTT, have agreed to collaborate in making the use of LNG fuel a truly viable option for ship owners and operators.
Emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx), a key component of smog, are down an unprecedented 60 percent compared to 2005 emissions levels, their lowest level to date.
The Palaszczuk Government’s new transhipping policy will protect the Great Barrier Reef and the tens of thousands of jobs that rely on the Reef.