Several ground-breaking and “world’s first” maritime projects were announced in the year 2014. Let’s take a look at some of the most noteworthy vessels that were unveiled this year.
In the year 2013, the maritime industry saw some very important and interesting shipping projects as they took their initial steps towards reality. As the year comes to an end, we take a look at some of the important new ship projects, concepts and developments that were announced in 2013.
The year 2013 saw the launch of some of the biggest and challenging ship in the history of maritime industry. As the year comes to an end, we take a look at some of the major ships and marine vessels which created news this year.
Rozenburg Windwall, located in the Netherlands (Port of Rotterdam) is a man made structure which protects the ships in the Canal of Caland from harsh billowing winds. Learn more about this unique windwalls inside the article.
Container shipping companies have a major contribution to the global maritime industry. Find out which are the top 10 container shipping companies in the world in 2012.
Sinkex or Sink Exercise is a term used for deliberately sinking a ship. Carried out by the navy, Sinkex (portmanteau of Sink Exercise) refers to the process of submerging non-operational vessels. Find out more about this peculiar activity of sinking a ship in the article inside.
A smart phone has without doubt become an integral part of everyone’s life. If you are a seafarer and a smart phone user then here are three important FREE compass apps that you would like to download and use in your smart phone when at the sea.
Bridges, in simple words, are the structures that offer a platform to cross over physical obstacles on a passage. Connecting two far-off points, bridges have been built over rivers, valleys and roads etc. As constructions to join two separated travel routes, bridges are extremely necessary and practicable.