Dredging is the process of removing silt from the floor of any ocean body in order to make the waters easily accessible for ships and other types of vessels.
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.
The carnival cruise line is the largest cruise line in the world with maximum number of cruise ships in their fleet. What is it that sets the carnival cruise ships apart from its counter parts? Find out inside the article.
Clipper Ships are types of ancient merchant vessels which were famous for their speed and strength. Clipper ships are still used today in some parts of the world
To simplify the requirement of the control of ballast water problem, ballast water management plan was introduced which was to be used and implemented on board sailing vessels entering international waters.
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.
Ballasting and de-ballasting is a process by which sea water is taken in and thrown out of the ship’s dedicated ballast tanks in order to ensure the stability of the ship.
An emergency steering system is used to guide the ship in case of the failure of the main steering system. In this article we will learn about the procedure for starting emergency steering system.
The national maritime museum, UK is one of the oldest and biggest maritime museum in the world. The museum is a home to some of the best treasured maritime artifacts. Find out more inside the article
Tide table helps in knowing the nature of the tides in a particular region. The article explains tide table and its benefits to the shipping world. Read inside to find more.