Ocean engineering is a field of study that deals with marine structures and ocean study. Find out more about the jobs of ocean engineers, education requirements, salary, and future prospects.
A cable laying ship is a type of sea going vessel which is used to lay cables on ocean floors. Find out more about cable laying ship inside the article.
Today ships at sea face several severe climatic conditions. This article explains what ships should be afraid of when at sea.
Santa Maria, Niña and the Pinta were the three Christopher Columbus Ships that discovered America. Find out more about these legendary ships in the article inside.
Chaffing is a term used when a smooth surface is eroded or when the surface coating of a product gets damaged. To prevent chaffing of boats, chafe guards have been designed to help protect boats from all sorts of damage. A chafe guard forms one of the most important dock products. It is generally built […]
A wind indicator is used on ships and boats to point the direction of the wind. It is also known as a windex. Wind indicators use the technology of weather vanes to point the correct direction of wind in the oceans.
When one travels by ship, the ship’s windows are the most important and striking feature that he or she can notice. The ship’s windows are known as portholes; shortened form of the word ‘port-hole window.’ Portholes, however, are also not just a part of ships but are found in submarines and spacecrafts. Certain times ship […]
A diving support vessel, as the name suggests is a vessel that is used for the objective of diving into oceans. Divers, who dive into the middle of the seas as a part of professional diving process, need proper diving support. This necessary support is provided by such a dive support vessel.
The Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) is a unique contact number for locating and identifying ships digitally. The Maritime Mobile Service Identity acts as a maritime mobile and allows important communication to be passed over the radio without any hindrance.