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Danish base for new wind farms

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Eight new lifeboats for the KNRM

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Biomethanol propulsion for a shallow draft fast ferry

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Renewables potential for the Isles of Scilly

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A new form of marine renewable energy technology?

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Windfarm blade services merger

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Waste barges delivered

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‘Super sewer’ spoil shifting

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Seafarers’ mental health

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Shipbuilder celebrates 160 years

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Workboat order for marine contractor

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Danish cable pull-in complete

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Survitec refinancing

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Kanal Istanbul to go ahead

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Wet civils

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New dredging head ‘vastly reduces turbidity’

A new low turbidity dredging head that promises to make ports and harbours’ dredging activities significantly less damaging to the environment has received seed funding in the UK.....

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Offshore wind risk management partnership

A new partnership aims to reduce risk and promote best practices for turnkey deliveries of high voltage power cables used for connecting offshore wind farms OWF to onshore grids.....

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Unmanned fireboat on target

A Singapore based Unmanned Surface Vessels USV specialist has completed Phase II engineering development of an 8m unmanned fireboat.....

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Southampton welcomes major port investment

DP World, the Dubai headquartered owners of the UK’s Port of Southampton have announced that the port will benefit from a major programme of investments in 2021.....

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Floating wave attenuator

Poralu Marine has delivered the longest public floating wave attenuator in Australia for the Geelong Waterfront Safe Harbour Precinct project.....

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Innovative tidal energy project launches in Northern Ireland

A new project, launched at the start of March, is exploring the potential of a novel energy generating system that pairs floating hydrokinetic energy with battery storage technology.....

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European ports prepare for Suez congestion

European ports are preparing for increased traffic following the refloating of the ‘Ever Given’ ship and the reopening of the Suez Canal.....

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Navy Future Maritime Support contracts worth over £1 billion

BAE Systems will retain its key role supporting the Royal Navy at Portsmouth Naval Base, UK with the company recently securing two major contracts.....

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Orolia sale

Seas Of Solutions B.V has acquired Orolia’s Maritime Safety Business, excluding Fleet Management solutions.....

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Autonomy + water jets = reduced manual workload

New Zealand based jet drive manufacturer HamiltonJet has signed an agreement with Sea Machines Robotics to develop what it calls a new pilot assist product.....

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Longest immersed tunnel project complete

A geotechnical investigation for the world’s longest immersed tunnel has been completed.....

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Ferry flagship gets Wight treatment

A major UK ferry operator has once again called on the expertise of Wight Shipyard Co WSC to service one of its Wight built flagships.....

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Open Bridge development for inland vessels

The Dutch R amp D department of JRC/Alphatron Marine has completed and commissioned its first AlphaMINDS mooring application using DNV’s Open Bridge protocol.....

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Hybrid DP2 multicat offers sustainability leap

A Dutch vessel operator claims its new multicat due to hit the water in summer 2021 will be ‘the most sustainable workboat in the market’.....

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Floating turbines, but what about the substations?

A Basque consortium believes that the future of offshore wind power lies in the design of new floating offshore substations.....

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Fastest electric passenger ship launches 2022

The world’s fastest all electric passenger ship will hit Stockholm’s waterways in 2022 and start commercial operations in 2023.....

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Delivery and order round-up

This month’s review covers tug deliveries and orders from European shipyards and a series of newbuildings from an Ohio USA based yard with European connections.....

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Remote tugs a step closer

Svitzer, Kongsberg Maritime and classification society ABS have signed an agreement to jointly develop RECOTUG, the ‘world’s first fully operational and remotely controlled tug’.....

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Making the towing connection quick and easy

Maritime and offshore synthetic fibre and steel wire rope manufacturer Lankhorst Ropes has introduced Lankoloop, described as the world’s quickest and easiest towing and mooring connection.....

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SAAM completes acquisition of Intertug

SAAM Towage has completed its acquisition of 70% of fellow South American tug operator Intertug in a deal valued at US$49.7M.....

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ISU working to revise wreck removal contracts

A high powered group representing International Salvage Union ISU members are working with other parties to revise wreck removal contracts.....

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Busy winter for Scottish tugs

As the UK gradually emerges from winter we look back at activities that have kept the country’s northern towage fleet busy.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3w-2d-5h-51m ago

TOWLINES

Finnish towage operator Alfons Håkans has formed a joint venture agreement with marine construction company Merikuriiri – Sea Courier Oy Ltd.....

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Stuck Suez ship back on track

Ship traffic has resumed in the Suez Canal following the refloating of a stuck mega vessel.....

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Real-time information for pilot vessels

A new vessel monitoring solution offers real time information on vessel pitch, roll and heave to increase efficiency and reduce risk.....

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Substation cranes for Hornsea 2

Having supplied 14 cranes for Hornsea 1 offshore windfarm, Palfinger has announced an important part of its lifting gear contract for Hornsea 2.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3w-3d-4h-31m ago

Norwegian hydrogen from wind pilot project progresses

Following a major investment in the project, Norwegian company TechnipFMC is moving ahead with a pilot project for the Deep Purple green hydrogen offshore energy system.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3w-3d-4h-50m ago

Maritime hub for Malta

The Mediterranean Maritime Hub Malta MMH is investing more than €20 million to turn Valletta into a hub for vessels from the maritime and oil and gas exploration sectors.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3w-3d-5h-8m ago

Wave energy converter ready for testing

Testing will begin shortly on a new wave energy converter WEC that allows the conversion of wave motion into electricity and desalinated water.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3w-6d-3h-12m ago

C-Job sees customizable future for dredgers

Netherlands based C Job Naval Architects has launched an in house developed trailing suction hopper dredger series intended to fill the gap between standard designs and fully tailored vessels.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3w-6d-4h-29m ago

Royal IHC sends super cutter to SCA

Royal IHC officially handed over the cutter suction dredger Mohab Mameesh to the Suez Canal Authority at ceremonies in Rotterdam last month.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3w-6d-4h-33m ago

WODCON XXIII set for Copenhagen in May 2022

The 23rd edition of the World Dredging Congress, WODCON XXIII, will take place in Copenhagen, Demark on 16 20 May 2022.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3w-6d-4h-35m ago

Biodegradable oil research for dredgers

Bakker Sliedrecht, the Netherlands based provider of electrical and automation solutions for the marine industry, is starting research to determine whether biodegradable oil can be used in submersible motors.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3w-6d-4h-40m ago

Two special newbuilds for Jan De Nul

Belgium amp 39 s Jan De Nul has added two newbuild dredgers to it international fleet with deliveries of the cutter suction dredger Willem van Rubroeck and the trailing suction hopper dredger Galileo Galilei.....

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Nominations sought for IADC Safety Awards

The Netherlands based International Association of Dredging Companies IADC is now seeking nominations for the annual IADC Safety Award.....

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Oldtimers test traditional repair skills

Traditional ship repair and renovation skills have been in demand at German yards involved in the restoration of three oldtimers, writes Tom Todd.....

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Offshore turbine solution for call of nature

Workers at a Scottish offshore wind farm will soon be able to relieve themselves at convenience thanks to an investment in purpose built windfarm toilets.....

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Innovative asymmetric CTVs promise 30% fuel savings

Offshore wind crew transfer vessel operator and Seawork regular, High Speed Transfers, has confirmed its order of two BARTech 30 CTVs.....

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Managing the energy change

Greening the workboat and support vessel industry requires engaging with the new, alternative power systems, said Tim Munn of iconsys.....

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Marcel Flipse of Orcan Energy

“Waste heat is the world’s largest unused energy source,” Marcel Flipse of Orcan Energy told MJ. “We have solar, hydro, wind... but this is so simple and it has vast potential for the maritime industry.”....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4w-5h-33m ago

Final dredging phase at Peak Forest Canal

The final phase of dredging works at Peak Forest Canal in Manchester, UK has begun.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4w-1d-4h-29m ago

AI software helps make most of USVs

An international USV operator has recently adopted artificial intelligence AI software to enhance its Uncrewed Surface Vessels USVs situational awareness.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4w-1d-5h-24m ago

Propulsion focus for 4th CMN webinar

With over 350 delegates registered already with six weeks still to go, The Commercial Marine Network’s fourth decarbonisation webinar, sponsored by Castoldi, is gathering considerable momentum.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4w-1d-5h-47m ago

Deepspeed aims for larger units

Italian company DeepSpeed which has developed an innovative concept of electric pod drive is now changing its focus towards larger versions after a successful fund raising drive.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4w-1d-7h-7m ago

Howth harbour developments

Howth Harbour near Dublin is undergoing a transformation with the re development of the Middle Pier plus proposals for dredging the harbour and the creation of a reclaimed area of land.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4w-1d-7h-20m ago

Eco ship serves electric racing series

A ship that has undergone an extensive refurbishment is preparing to support Extreme E’s first electric off road racing series.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4w-1d-23h-34m ago

Three SOVs for Dogger Bank

Contracts have been awarded for the provision of three Service Operation Vessels for the 3.6GW Dogger Bank Wind Farm in the North Sea.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4w-2d-5h-29m ago

Turbocharger service agreement

Dutch dredging major Van Oord has signed a three year agreement with ABB Turbocharging to provide fleetwide maintenance and optimization services.....

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VHF wireless charging for vessels

A UK company is working hard to develop a new type of charging system for electric vessels which it claims could have a big impact on marine operations.....

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Tidal-powered cars drive Scotland to net zero

Marine energy experts have created the first ever electric vehicle EV charge point where drivers can ‘fill up’ directly from a tidal energy source.....

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Subsea brand drives energy transition

A new subsea brand will deploy specialist offshore and nearshore technical marine support for projects and services supporting construction, civil works, O amp M, and decommissioning activities for the renewables, oil and gas, and salvage markets globally.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-28m ago

Kiel shipyard builds repair pier of the future

A Kiel shipyard has built a €9 million multi purpose repair and maintenance pier capable of handling bigger ships and future new fuel and propulsion systems, reports Tom Todd.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3h-15m ago

Business as usual for German yard

Pandemic concerns do not appear to have troubled Germany’s Schiffswerft Diedrich busy as usual at this time of year with ferry and workboat repair and maintenance, reports Tom Todd.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3h-33m ago

Stralsund approach improved for shipping

Central handling facilities in the Port of Stralsund are now more accessible to shipping after the dredging of the east German Baltic facility’s eastern approach channel, reports Tom Todd.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3h-58m ago


IoT remote access for vessels

Trials have been completed for a low cost and simple to deploy system for ship data transfer and remote access that will help vessel owners embrace digitalisation and improve efficiency.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3d-3h-47m ago

16-cylinder diesel meets toughest US regulations

Rolls Royce has received EPA Tier 4 certification for its MTU propulsion systems based on its Series 4000 M65L 16 cylinder diesel engines.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3d-4h-40m ago

New rules published for wind propulsion systems

A global classification society is helping lead the charge towards decarbonisation with its recent publication of new rules for wind propulsion systems.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3d-5h-1m ago

European shoreline changes mapped over decades

The new EMODnet Geology shoreline migration map allows policy makers or national and regional coastal managers to identify areas of rapid change.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3d-5h-18m ago

Challenging winter project completed at Seaton Port

Southbay Civil Engineering Limited together with Red7Marine, recently completed the construction of two mooring dolphins on behalf of ABLE UK at its Seaton Port facility.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-4d-57m ago

A year in jail for COLREGS violation causing three deaths

A commercial vessel’s skipper has been convicted after passing too close to a small motor boat off the coast of Sussex, UK capsizing it and leaving three men dead.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-4d-1h-14m ago

Subsea provider makes survey investment

One integrated subsea and offshore solutions provider has expanded its survey operations while strengthening its survey team.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-4d-3h-11m ago

SMS Group invests in sub-surface ‘hubs’

UK headquartered SMS Group has invested in new plant and equipment, and relocated legacy equipment, to create four new sub surface ‘hubs’.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-4d-4h-25m ago

Bespoke running line monitors for vessel

Eight bespoke Running Line Monitors RLMs have been provided for a new next generation, 5,000t capacity floating installation crane vessel currently being built in China.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-5d-14m ago

Tech opportunity for wave energy developers

Wave energy developers will soon have a new way to advance their technology with the development of a new project.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-5d-2h-49m ago

First U.S. Chartwell 24 goes straight to charter

The Atlantic Endeavor crew transfer vessel CTV , owned and operated by Atlantic Wind Transfers, America’s first CTV operator, has recently been delivered to support Dominion Energy’s Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind CVOW pilot wind farm.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-5d-5h-46m ago

Intent to purchase

Marine safety and survival specialist company Survitec, has announced that it has signed an intent to purchase Hansen Protection, a leading European provider of specialist survival suits and protective equipment.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-5d-6h-12m ago

Specialised marine data acquisition services

Nicola Offshore GmbH, a new company specialising in turnkey hydrographic survey services has started operations from its HQ in Hamburg.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-6d-2h-58m ago

Edda Wind prepares for IPO

With additional investment required to further capitalize on renewables market potential, joint owners of Edda Wind, Wilhelmsen and Østensjø, have agreed to seek an initial public offering on Euronext Growth Oslo formerly Merkur Market .....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-6d-3h-11m ago

World’s first ship tunnel gets closer to reality

After two years of study and analysis, government approval has been given for the building of what is claimed to be the World’s first ship tunnel.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-6d-4h-18m ago

UK invests GB£95m in new offshore wind ports

Two new UK ports will be constructed to support the development of next generation offshore wind projects with up to GB£95m investment.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-6d-4h-33m ago

Bright Norway future for Scottish firm

One Scottish cable handling, cable lay packages and deck equipment company is projecting a positive year ahead with the continued growth of its Norwegian entity.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-6d-22h-15m ago

75m barge transports offshore wind blades

Transportation of offshore wind turbine blades is being made easier with a 75m long shallow water barge designed to meet the precise demands of both cargo and delivery route.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-6d-23h-21m ago

BigRoll Bering DP2 upgrades

Dutch marine electronics majors Bakker Sliedrecht and RH Marine will upgrade Roll Group’s ice class vessel BigRoll Bering with a Dynamic Positioning 2 system DP2 .....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-6d-23h-30m ago

Hefty lifting gear taking shape for Alfa Lift

The deck cargo ship BigLift Barentsz has recently left the Liebherr site at the port of Rostock with two remarkable, giant crane components ready for installation.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-3h-16m ago

Partnership explores decarbonisation

A geo data specialist has signed a strategic framework agreement SFA with a pioneering geo energy resource company for decarbonisation exploration projects supporting the development of offshore geo energy resources in the UK and Ireland.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-2d-21h-14m ago

Damning report looks into pilot boarding fatalities

A hard hitting research paper released yesterday points to multiple failures “in regulation, regulatory enforcement, training and vessel design” that have lead to fatalities during pilot transfers.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-3d-1h-26m ago

Harnessing the power of the Atlantic

A new combined wind and wave generating project that is aimed at harnessing the enormous power potential of the Atlantic Ocean is planned.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-3d-4h ago

Early delivery of ‘Iceni Valour’ confounds covid challenges

Seawork exhibitor Diverse Marine, an Isle of Wight based workboat constructor and refit/repair provider has announced the early delivery of the offshore wind crew transfer vessel Iceni Valour.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-3d-5h-18m ago

Expeditionary survey boat completed

A newbuild Expeditionary Survey Boat ESB that provides insight into underwater conditions has been completed for the Royal Netherlands Navy RNLSN .....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-3d-23h-55m ago

Challenging navaids upgrade job recognised

Southbay Civil Engineering Limited and Wirral Borough Council have been awarded the Civil Engineering Contractors Association Small Project of the Year award for the North West Region in the UK.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-4d-3h-3m ago

Power to Maas: inland shipping turns to H2

Maas is a typical inland container vessel running up and down the Rhine, but what makes it unusual is that it’s aiming at a full zero emission future.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-4d-3h-33m ago

Finally, clarity for COLREGs at UK Supreme Court

When a large container vessel and a VLCC collided, the bump was felt in more ways than one: this was the first ever collision appeal to come before the UK’s Supreme Court, with significant implications for COLREGs.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-4d-4h-23m ago

Arie Palmer: Dangerous ladders

If you’re intent on getting a message out about dangerous, potentially fatal mistakes to the man in the street, “you need to use street language not three pages of technical text”, Dutch pilot Arie Palmer told MJ.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-4d-23h-29m ago

Green hydrogen growing in Scotland

A green hydrogen hub is being planned in the Scottish Highlands that will produce, store and distribute hydrogen to the region, Scotland, other parts of the UK and Europe.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-5d-1h-4m ago

Optimistic search for single coin… somewhere mid Atlantic

A trio of adventurers has announced a modern day, deep sea treasure hunt to find a coin that changed worldwide communications forever.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-6d-4h-40m ago

Irish sailings

Having overcome the first two challenging months in the post Brexit era, RoRo operator CLdN is pleased to be able to offer increased shipping capacity by the introduction of additional sailings on its Irish and UK routes.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-6d-5h-4m ago

Orca electronic charts and more

Norwegian company Orca has taken a fresh look at electronic charts systems and how they operate writes Dag Pike.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-6d-5h-20m ago

Navaid strategy key to ship safety

One UK supplier of marine aids to navigation has recently demonstrated how important strategic navaid deployment is for ships being able to navigate into ports safely.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-1w-6d-23h-41m ago

‘Brexit buster’ shipping route unveiled

A new ‘Brexit buster’ shipping route directly connecting the UK and Morocco is to be launched shortly.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-2h-28m ago

Communications network extension

Satcom Global has announced an extension to its Aura VSAT maritime communications network, with the addition of two new satellite beams Astra 4a Nordic and SES 12 IOR.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-5h-53m ago

Greenlink Interconnector marine licence approved

Greenlink Interconnector Limited has welcomed the decision by Natural Resources Wales NRW to approve its application for a Marine Licence for the Greenlink electricity interconnector project, which will link the power markets of Great Britain and Ireland.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-6h-3m ago

Suction anchor pumping system

The Alfa Laval company and pump manufacturer Framo, will supply pumping systems for foundations of Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm project.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-6h-14m ago

VSAT and 4G systems interest up

One maritime electronics distributor has seen an increase in enquires for VSAT systems and 4G systems during the COVID 19 pandemic.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-2d-22h-6m ago

Dredge monitoring without the drag

M amp CCE exhibitor Foreshore Technology has worked in the dredging industry for over 20 years.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-3d-4h-16m ago

Heavy lift required country’s strongest quay

Scottish marine civil engineering consultancy Arch Henderson has been involved in design and project management of the Dales Voe heavy lift quay, the above ground supports and the decommissioning pad facility for over 8 years.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-3d-4h-36m ago

Coda Octopus Survey Engine upgraded

Hydrographic survey software specialist Coda Octopus has released Version 2.6 of its Survey Engine Automatic Object Detection Package SEADP .....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-3d-4h-52m ago

Easier electrification for small ferries

Torqeedo and Poseidon have cooperatively announced a fully electric, steerable thruster system providing up to 65kW.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-3d-5h-13m ago

H2 retrofit

Holland Shipyards Group is about to commence retrofitting Future Proof Shipping’s Maas to Sail on H2 Power.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-3d-5h-53m ago

C-MAP Commercial sale

Lloyd’s Register has acquired the C MAP commercial marine business from Navico Group.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-3d-6h-7m ago

Eight freeports in England named

The UK Government has announced that eight new English freeports will be established following a competitive bidding process.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-4d-1h-8m ago

Erosion control for challenging high flow scenario

An engineered plastic mesh product from M amp CCE exhibitor Propex Geosolutions provided a significant cost saving in a project to prevent erosion in a fast flowing river channel.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-4d-4h-5m ago

Infrastructure advisor

New M amp CCE exhibitor Moffatt amp Nichol is a leading U.S. based global infrastructure advisor specializing in the planning and design of facilities that shape and serve coastlines, harbours and rivers.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-4d-4h-25m ago

Innovation challenge takes on coastal inundation

The UK Hydrographic Office UKHO has launched a new marine innovation challenge, focused on identifying the causes and risks of coastal inundation and mitigating its effects.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-4d-4h-48m ago

Adriatic green energy hub proposed

An application for a permit to develop what is termed ‘a clean energy hub’ in the Adriatic Sea off the port of Ravenna has been submitted writes Dag Pike.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-4d-5h-20m ago

New methanol fuel guidance for shipowners

Guidance on methanol as marine fuel has been published for shipowners considering methanol as an option in both the near term and long term to reduce emissions as they work towards decarbonisation.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-5d-2h-19m ago

Underwater robot detects hazardous substances

An underwater electric robotic vehicle will be deployed in in Turkey’s offshore waters to rapidly detect hazardous substances.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-5d-3h-5m ago

When is a RIB not a RIB?

Commercial RIB Charter are introducing yet another vessel that doesn’t look like a RIB. In fact with a fleet now topping out at thirty four vessels, only twenty six are RIBs in the purest sense. We ask Director Stuart Hedges to explain what’s going on…....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-5d-4h-5m ago

Offshore wind kudos for DuroWipers

Manor Renewable Energy Ltd took delivery of the Manor Endurance offshore support vessel in September and since then its six Class 90 pantograph wiper units three front and three rear have been put to the test at Scottish Power’s East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-5d-4h-14m ago

Antifouling for waterjets

Sonihull, the UK based pioneer of the world’s leading environmentally friendly anti fouling systems, has signed an agreement with Kongsberg Maritime, the historied Norwegian maritime technology group, to be its sole supplier of ultrasonic anti fouling systems.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-5d-4h-27m ago

EU-backed project aims to create hybrid wave energy testing platform

In December last year, an international wave energy consortium launched the VALID project, a 5M€ EU backed initiative focused on the development of a hybrid testing platform for ocean energy.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-5d-5h-2m ago

Navy orders diver delivery vessels

A UAE based developer and builder of composite patrol vessels has signed a substantial order for its new Trident submersible high speed diver delivery crafts programme with an undisclosed foreign Navy.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-6d-1h-54m ago

Delivery and order round-up

Amid a backlog of deliveries and orders building up we focus this month on two significant new tug arrivals and orders involving European shipyards.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-6d-4h-26m ago

Sanmar reflects on a busy 2020

Sanmar Shipyards is reflecting on a challenging but productive 2020, delivering a vessel almost every two weeks.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-6d-4h-31m ago

Svitzer expansion in Germany and beyond

Svitzer has described the rationale behind recent expansion in Germany, highlighting how its global presence and scale of operation provide flexibility to adapt to changes in demand.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-6d-4h-38m ago

Boluda Towage acquires Iskes Towage & Salvage

In another sign of consolidation within the towage industry Boluda Towage has acquired the port towage activities of Iskes Towage amp Salvage.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-6d-4h-44m ago

Rolls-Royce engines for first LNG-hybrid tug

MTU gas engines are to power the world’s first LNG hybrid harbour tug for operation in Singapore, part of a 12 vessel order to be operated by Jurong Marine Services.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-6d-4h-48m ago

Digitising shipping’s ‘first and last mile’

Just how widespread is digitisation within the marine port environment, especially for the ‘first and last mile’ of a ship’s voyage involving service providers including towage operators.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-6d-4h-53m ago

Wide-ranging activities for Resolve Marine

Global maritime responder Resolve Marine has reported a busy period including combating a fire on a vehicle carrier and providing mainstream marine support services.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-6d-4h-54m ago

TOWLINES

The towing industry has had the first glimpse of what Damen describes as ‘the world’s first fully electric shiphandling tug’ with launching of Ports of Auckland’s ‘Sparky’.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-6d-4h-59m ago

GB£12m to boost engine manufacturing

Production of a new outboard engine will be ramped up to meet global demand after its manufacturer secured GB£12m in financing.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-6d-22h-20m ago

Continued growth for marine insurer

One global marine insurer has reported continuing growth in its diversified business lines and solid progress in raising premiums to reflect market conditions.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-2w-6d-23h-32m ago

Launch of new rescue cruiser delayed by Covid

Germany’s impressive new sea rescue cruiser SK41 has already been floated out and gone into service but its official naming and launch have been delayed by Covid, writes Tom Todd.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-5h-1m ago

New floating grab is a first for Germans

Wesergrund, described as the first floating grab of its kind for government coastal and estuary operation in Germany, has been launched at SET Tangemuende Shipyard, reports Tom Todd.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-5h-11m ago

Hybrid patrol vessel for Malta

A new patrol vessel recently launched by Vittoria Shipyard is the largest offshore patrol vessel ever built at the company’s Adria yard.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-5h-31m ago

Mighty jackup calls for capable PPU

The SafePilot CAT MAX Portable Pilot Unit from Trelleborg’s marine and infrastructure operation has been used to move a capable but somewhat ungainly vessel.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-3d-4h-42m ago

Cremyll ferry to go electric

Plymouth based Voyager Boatyard will receive funding to design and build an electric ferry that will operate on the commuter route between Plymouth and South East Cornwall, UK.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-3d-5h-10m ago

Expansion at Amalia harbour

The Port of Rotterdam Authority has awarded a contract for the construction of 2.4kms of quays and earth retaining walls in the Princess Amalia Harbour, part of the Maasvlakte II complex.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-3d-5h-37m ago

New platform for data storage and management

A new data platform offers bespoke packages to store, manage and enhance company data and safeguard it for the future.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-3d-5h-38m ago

Ocean energy resilient during COVID-19

Tidal and wave energy devices were installed in the UK, the Faroe Islands, Spain, the US and China in 2020, despite the COVID 19 pandemic.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-4d-4h-12m ago

Electro-hybrid jet drive demonstrator

HamiltonJet’s new Electro Hybrid Drive EHX demonstrator boat is now in operation, having successfully passed its Maritime New Zealand Certificate of Survey.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-4d-4h-27m ago

The most powerful outboard at Seawork

UK Mercury importers, Barrus, plan to unveil the mighty 7.6 litre V12 600hp Mercury Verado outboard engine at Seawork 2021.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-4d-4h-47m ago

BMT’s latest passenger catamaran ferry delivered

BMT’s latest passenger ferry, designed for Kitsap Transit in the United States, has successfully completed sea trials.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-4d-5h-8m ago

Valuable information source for module deck carrier

United Wind Logistics’ module deck carrier VestVind will rely on ABB Ability Marine Advisory System – OCTOPUS.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-4d-5h-40m ago

Breaking waves project helps turbine design

Two collaborative R amp D projects are taking place that aim at better understanding and predicting breaking waves in order to optimise the design of offshore wind turbines.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-4d-20h-36m ago

Insurance fund to accelerate ocean energy

A new European insurance fund for the ocean energy sector is being designed to slash the costs of the first commercial projects and accelerate the roll out of the industry.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-5d-2h-56m ago

Concrete hulls for floating wind

Work is in progress in Norway on the building of the concrete hulls for what will be the World’s largest floating wind project.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-5d-4h-54m ago

90-year-old lifesaver

MJ contributor Graeme Ewens has released a ‘Nautobiography’ of a 90 year old lifesaver— with tales of shipwreck, heroic rescue, wartime tragedy later resurrection of a wooden lifeboat.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-5d-5h-6m ago

Seabed-to-shore sensing for offshore wind industry

HydroSurv Unmanned Survey is joining forces with Sonardyne to develop and demonstrate seabed to shore sensing and data acquisition technologies.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-5d-5h-38m ago

Corpower moves closer to commercial scale demonstration

After securing a private placement of 9 MEUR, wave energy developer CorPower has extended its equity funding to 20.3 MEUR, for commercial scale demonstration.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-6d-2h-43m ago

New vessel management services

Vessel management services aimed at improving performance are now available to the commercial marine industry.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-6d-4h-53m ago

First hybrid surface effect ship

Could the newly launched ‘CWind Pioneer’ represent a step change in vessel technologies for offshore wind CTVs ....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-6d-5h-7m ago

Partnership enables digital payments

A new partnership will enable the introduction of digital payment solutions for crew wages.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-6d-22h-52m ago

Star2M update irons out issues

Multiple issues have been resolved with the new Star2M R1.6.3 update to improve functionality and efficiency.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-1mo-3w-6d-23h-50m ago

Le Havre quay upgrades

The French Port of Le Havre has awarded a significant contract to the NGE Group for construction work to adapt a quay in the harbour.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2h-9m ago

Gibraltar Pilots order new Seaward 35 Pilot Boat

Knowing the practical, seaworthy reliability of the Nelson 35 design, it was only natural that Gibraltar Pilots selected the UK builder, Seaward, for their new vessel.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2h-25m ago

Through-hull fittings you can depend on

ASAP Supplies have now introduced Dixon Arctic Steel to their ever growing range. The new Arctic steel range includes strainers, through hull fittings, and spares.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2h-53m ago

Mission to customize

Seawork exhibitor Nauplius Workboats BV are renowned Dutch designers and builders, aiming to be ‘the most innovative source for maritime solutions.’....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3d-3h-56m ago

Smart shipping pioneer wins award

The SMART4SEA 2021 leadership award has been given to a company president who has made an outstanding contribution to smarter shipping and maritime digitalisation.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3d-4h-29m ago

30 years of innovative design

Irish navaids company JFC will come to Seawork this summer with over 30 years’ experience in business, with solutions derived from customer understanding, innovative design and expert engineering.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3d-5h-7m ago

30 years of innovative design

Irish navaids company JFC will come to Seawork this summer with over 30 years’ experience in business, with solutions derived from customer understanding, innovative design and expert engineering.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3d-5h-7m ago

High expectations from low voltage

The move towards electric drives and more marine systems now operating at 48VDC has led to an increased requirement for power electronics in that extra voltage range, a marine power systems manufacturer and distributor has said.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-4d-1h-34m ago

Holland Shipyards Group to build new survey vessel

Waterschap Scheldestromen has awarded Holland Shipyards Group a build contract for a new survey vessel.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-4d-3h-58m ago

First thruster integrator for NMEA 2000

Complete systems supplier and thruster specialist Vetus has announced NMEA 2000® certification for its new CANverter gateway device, offering industry first connectivity and communication capabilities for operators and owners using its proportional bow and stern thrusters.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-4d-5h-23m ago

SMS Group completes dredger refit

The SMS Group has started 2021 by successfully completing a D Class dredger refit job that included hydraulics works, electrical works and repairs.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-5d-2h-55m ago

Turkey's first indigenous AUSV launches

Turkey amp 39 s first indigenous Armed Unmanned Surface Vehicle AUSV has been launched with sea trials underway.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-5d-4h-2m ago

New AlphaMidiCourse Mk2

Since the introduction of the AlphaMidiCourse by JRC/ Alphatron Marine in 2015, many vessels worldwide have already been equipped with this gyro compass.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-5d-4h-43m ago

Berthon accreditation

Commercial marine and leisure marine services, engineering and Versadock provider Berthon has successfully achieved the transition to the first internationally recognised standard for Occupational Health and Safety ISO45001:2018, replacing its existing British standard OHSAS18001:2007.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-5d-5h-55m ago

Antwerp and Zeebrugge ports merge

The ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge will merge and operate under the name ‘Port of Antwerp Bruges’.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-6d-5h-20m ago

New monitoring and management software

ComAp has just announced its new monitoring and management software, InteliSCADA, replacing InteliMonitor for monitoring and management of ComAp controllers and accessories.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-6d-5h-59m ago

Volvo Penta’s first EU stage V diesel

Using its established IMO Tier III technology, Volvo Penta will begin supplying four stroke D8 and D13 engines for diesel inboard, marine genset and auxiliary applications that comply with EU Stage V emissions regulations.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-6d-6h-14m ago

Direct hydrogen production from turbines

Siemens Gamesa is partnering with sister company Siemens Energy to develop an offshore wind turbine system that will produce hydrogen for transfer ashore rather than sending the conventional electricity ashore via the grid network.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-6d-6h-49m ago

2020 saw offshore wind records set

Global capacity and investment for offshore wind set records in 2020, according to research from The Renewables Consulting Group RCG .....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-6d-20h-46m ago

Michelin opts for carbon-free shipping

The Michelin Group has signed a transport commitment with a French start up offering carbon free shipping to reduce its environmental footprint.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-6d-21h-36m ago

15mW turbines: the dawn of a new era

Danish wind turbine specialist company Vestas is developing a new wind turbine that will be the most powerful currently on offer in this fast developing market writes Dag Pike.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-7h-19m ago

Stepping up for pilot safety

Pilot ladders are such a risk “that one pilot referred to climbing them as a ‘leap of faith’,” Madelaine Dowd of Helm Innovation told MJ.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-7h-37m ago

Yunlin wind farm transport phase complete

The transportation phase for the Yunlin offshore wind farm in Taiwan has been completed, paving the way for the installation phase to begin.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-3d-1h-20m ago

New DC Variable Speed Generators

Fischer Panda UK’s display trailer at Seawork 2021 will feature its new range of large variable speed DC VS generators.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-3d-1h-39m ago

Safety expansion

Marine Fire Safety is pleased to announce that it is teaming up with Lalizas UK to expand its safety products and service support to all their customers.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-3d-1h-50m ago

New liferaft hydrostatic release unit

Following a three year detailed research and development programme, Lalizas has launched a new HRU, which is suitable for all liferaft variants on the market from 4 150 persons.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-3d-2h-26m ago

Williams Shipping commits to Wales

Seawork regular Williams Shipping has launched a new website to spearhead its services to the renewable energy sector, part of the company’s commitment to long term investment in Pembroke Port.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-3d-2h-42m ago

Damen alliance to advance ship autonomy

Damen Shipyard has signed an alliance agreement with an autonomous technology company to further investigate the adoption of collision avoidance functionality onboard of Damen ships.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-4d-3h-21m ago

The long read: Analysing the container loss problem

With the number of major container losses at sea seemingly on the rise, International Marine amp Cargo Surveyors Battermann + Tillery Group have provided this useful guide.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-4d-3h-37m ago

Temporary power work completed at Borssele

Ørsted contracted MRE to provide temporary power during the turbine commissioning phase of the 94 Siemens Gamesa Renewables 8.0 167 type turbines at the Borssele 1 amp 2 offshore wind farm.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-4d-4h-49m ago

Apprenticeship partnership

A new partnership for the provision of UK maritime apprenticeships has been unveiled by the The Marine Society and Seawork exhibitor SeaRegs Training Ltd.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-4d-5h-13m ago

New qualification in marine corrosion

A new standalone professional qualification in marine corrosion has been launched for marine surveyors.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-5d-1h-35m ago

A home city show for DLM

Southampton, UK headquartered DLM are specialists in the design, manufacture, repair and calibration of load cells and load monitoring equipment.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-5d-1h-51m ago

OESV apprenticeship scheme launches

One offshore energy support vessel OESV operator has launched its third apprenticeship programme to mark England’s National Apprenticeship Week.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-5d-2h-20m ago

Off-topic corner: submarine day trips

We don’t cover much charter/ pleasure cruising, and we normally prefer our boats to stay afloat in Maritime Journal, but when this fascinating story from the archives of Windermere Lake Cruises in the UK came up, it was far too interesting to ignore.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-5d-3h-8m ago

Decarbonisation of workboats: sort your hull first

While the delegates at February’s Commercial Marine Network ‘Workboat 2050’ webinar might not have agreed on the exact technologies, they spoke loudly and clearly on the importance of hull design.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-5d-19h-24m ago

Oddgeir Indrestrand: OIM

“I don’t know if many people really grasp the sheer scale of these coming turbines, and what it will take to carry and install them,”....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-5d-20h-55m ago

Wireless comms improves shipping safety

One technology company’s unique success in cracking the “billion dollar problem” of wireless communication in a steel environment at an affordable price is helping improve safety in shipping.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-5d-23h-41m ago

Too few offshore wind sites will raise costs

Too few offshore wind sites have been made available in the UK and this could lead to higher costs for developers and consumers, RenewableUK has said.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-6d-21h-55m ago

Freeport bids promise economic boom

The Solent Freeport and the North East England Freeport are amongst the freeport bids that have been submitted to the UK government.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-1w-6d-23h-7m ago

Foiling ferry company ramps up recruitment

Staff numbers at Artemis Technologies, which is leading a Belfast based consortium to decarbonise maritime, initially with foiling ferries, are expected to almost treble to 70 by the end 2021 and rise to 100 by this time next year.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-3h-17m ago

Sea Sure installs new machining centre as part of £250k investment

Seawork regulars Sea Sure have recently invested £250k in a new HURCO 5 axis machining centre.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-3h-39m ago

Larger fuel cells for marine applications

Norwegian company TECO2030 has developed a 400kW fuel cell that is currently undergoing type approval for marine applications.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-4h-56m ago

Jan De Nul vessels first for eco notation

Five Jan De Nul trailing suction hopper dredgers TSHDs have become the first ships to receive a new notation that recognises the environmental performance of ultra low emission vessels ULEVs .....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-3d-3h-56m ago

Aluminium-hulled high speed interceptor RIB

The Patrol 12 RIB designed and built by Baltic Workboats represents the Estonian shipbuilder’s new generation of high speed interceptors.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-3d-4h-25m ago

P&I appointment

North P amp I Club has elected James Alexander Tyrrell as its new chair of the board, and also sees Ioanna Procopiou become the Club’s first female vice chair.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-3d-4h-50m ago

New container port and deepening for Tunadal

Swedish forest products company SCA has revealed plans to invest approximately SEK 460 million about $54.7 million at its terminal at Tunadal on the Gulf of Bothnia over the next three years.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-3d-5h-20m ago

Are you coming to Seawork?

As the UK’s second or is it third virus peak appears to be showing signs of passing, it’s increasingly becoming apparent that Seawork’s saving grace could be its June schedule.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-4d-5h-3m ago

Gothenburg forging ahead on port carbon cutting

In an effort to speed up the transition to fossil free fuels in the transport sector, Volvo Group, Scania, Stena Line, and the Port of Gothenburg have joined forces to bring about a significant reduction in carbon emissions linked to Scandinavia amp 39 s largest port. The aim is to cut emissions by....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-4d-6h-2m ago

Decarbonising the planet; one workboat at a time

Are workboats really going to be flying around on America amp 39 s Cup style foils any time soon Join us free of charge! for our third online conference in the amp 39 Get Set for Workboat 2050 amp 39 series on Tuesday 9th February 10:00 11:00 UTC. This session will focus on medium term to ....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-4d-6h-30m ago

Space data could aid decommissioning

BMT will assess the feasibility of using space based data to support the decommissioning of energy assets.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-5d-9m ago

Floating wind project sets new records

The first and only offshore wind turbine installed in France has set new power generation and capacity factor records, strengthening the emerging offshore floating wind industry.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-5d-48m ago

State-of-the-art hybrids coming to Hornsea

Ørsted will have three new hybrid CTVs to assist with the construction work at the Hornsea Two offshore wind farm writes Dag Pike.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-5d-4h-39m ago

EU projects tackle barriers to wave energy development

Two EU backed projects charged with furthering the development of wave energy systems along the Atlantic seaboard are making strong progress.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-5d-5h-1m ago

Tug delivery and order round-up (February 2021)

We look at just three tug deliveries from Sanmar and Damen this month along with a notable order for a new vessel for Svitzer on the river Thames.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-5d-5h-23m ago

UK marine protection plans take shape

A formal consultation to legally protect four of England’s 40 offshore Marine Protected Areas has been launched.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-6d-1h-4m ago

Additional emergency tug for Dutch waters

The Netherlands Coast Guard has increased its emergency towing provision in the North Sea with a powerful tug to guard the Borssele offshore windfarm.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-6d-4h-56m ago

New engines for tug nearly fifty years old

amp 34 We got 59,115 hours on those engines without even removing a head amp 34 . For Seaspan International however, re engining the 47 year old tug Seaspan Cavalier was a worthwhile investment.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-6d-5h ago

Complex tugs and barge delivery for Damen

Damen Shipyards recently took advantage of a unique opportunity to deliver a five vessel order to three separate customers in Canada.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-6d-5h-9m ago

MCA corrects irregularity in workboat rules

The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency MCA has issued a General Exemption to remedy an ‘administrative irregularity’ concerning certification of workboats.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-6d-5h-10m ago

Keeping faith with Sanmar class replacement

Following Sanmar’s discontinuation of the tug marque bearing the same name Robert Allan Ltd RAL has described further the replacement in its RApport 1900SX harbour tug.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-6d-5h-13m ago

Forth Ports acquires Targe Towing

Forth Ports Ltd and Targe Towing Ltd have jointly announced that Forth Ports has acquired the entire share capital of Targe Towing.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-6d-5h-20m ago

TOWLINES

The port of Zeebrugge has welcomed two new tugs with arrival of VB Bolero and VB Rumba for Boluda Towage Europe.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-6d-5h-26m ago

Quality electric cooker launches

UK based specialist galley company GN Espace has introduced its most advanced onboard cooker to date for boat owners looking to go fully electric onboard.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-6d-22h-40m ago

Tallink improves fuel efficiency

Tallink Grupp has improved its fuel efficiency and cut emissions with a voyage optimisation tool that manages the entire voyage by calculating an optimum power plan and executing it automatically, with little or no manual intervention.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-2w-6d-23h-18m ago

Salvage and Wreck Removal conference

The annual Salvage and Wreck Removal Conference has taken place with salvage, insurance and legal communities reported to be ‘focused together on this important industry’.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-14m ago

Lübeck RoRo terminal expands again

Third phase expansion of the giant Skandinavienkai in the German Baltic port of Lübeck will pave the way for the arrival of a new generation of Finnish RoRo ships, writes Tom Todd.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-29m ago

Fast delivery for unique Customs newbuilds

The keel has been laid in Rostock for the first of two unique, ground breaking patrol boats for coastal and shallow water service with German Customs, writes Tom Todd.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-38m ago

Lindley delivers Portugal pontoons project

Lindley has designed, fabricated, supplied and installed pontoons, access bridges and piles for a fishing and tourist municipality in the south of Portugal.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-2d-22h-32m ago

Refuelling with hydrogen at a floating solar island

Powering ships with hydrogen, electrolysed at floating solar islands, could become a reality says Dutch firm SolarDuck.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-3d-2h-33m ago

Market dynamics of offshore support vessels

According to Andrew Calderbank Link, Operations Director, Seacat Services, balancing offshore energy support vessel market dynamics is crucial to maintaining offshore wind growth.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-3d-3h-1m ago

New shared berth for Trent class lifeboat

At Dunmore East in the Republic of Ireland, the RNLI’s all weather Trent class lifeboat has a new berth from Inland and Coastal Marina Systems.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-3d-4h ago

EU Maritime Fund could be ETS alternative

A major voice of the European shipbuilding industry has proposed to set up a dedicated EU Maritime Fund – as an opt out alternative to an inclusion of shipping into the EU Emission Trading Scheme ETS .....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-4d-1h-42m ago

Ocean loop system brings economical temperature control

A high tech, ocean front residential development has required the installation of a bespoke subsea heat exchanger system.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-4d-5h-5m ago

Maintaining critical assets as legislation changes loom

In the UK’s 2020 budget, the government announced that many sectors will lose their entitlement to use red diesel from April 2022.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-4d-5h-21m ago

Renewable energy hybridization platform

A platform to enable hybridization of ocean based renewable energy production by combining wave, wind and PV is now available for project developers around the world.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-5d-2h-10m ago

Pioneering bathymetry data gathering by USVs

Uncrewed Surface Vessel USV technology has been used to gather bathymetry data in inland waters in Canada for the first time.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-5d-3h-30m ago

Shipping cement

The South Wales Port of Newport, owned and operated by Associated British Ports, has celebrated the renewal of its lease and commercial agreement with leading building materials company, CEMEX.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-5d-4h-3m ago

Tracking and navigation from one unit

Navigation services provider Novaco Limited has developed a new all in one navigation data and tracking product for commercial and leisure vessels.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-5d-4h-13m ago

Socially distanced launch for fast patrol boat

Despite strict social distancing measures, the launch ceremony for the latest 44 metre fast patrol vessel for Guardia di Finanza, the Italian finance police, recently went ahead in Viareggio.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-5d-4h-42m ago

UBSL for uncrewed vessel operations

Geo data specialist Fugro has chosen underwater positioning and communications technology from Sonardyne to support its global fleet of uncrewed surface vessels USVs and ROVs.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-6d-3h-17m ago

Funding enables offshore wind project

UK government grant funding has enabled magnetic gear technology firm Magnomatics to work on a project that will de risk technology required for the manufacture of large generators for offshore wind to the UK.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-6d-3h-21m ago

EEA grant for wave energy project

CorPower Ocean and OPS Composite Solutions are primed to deliver an ‘industry advancing’ wave energy project after securing close to €500,000 from EEA Grants.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-6d-3h-43m ago

Autonomous ro-ro vessels for Norway

Two autonomous battery electric ro ro vessels are being built at Cochin Shipyard CSL in India for use by a Norwegian operator.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-6d-22h ago

Insight-packed e-learning platform

A new maritime learning platform has been launched that combined the resources, talents and strengths of several maritime learning businesses.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-3w-6d-23h-6m ago

Aluminium landing craft will use diesel outboards

Irish Commercial Charter Boats has contracted Arklow Marine Services to build an adaptable 12m aluminium vessel designed by UK’s Chartwell Marine.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-4w-4h-17m ago

Smaller dredging vessels ordered in 2020

According to IHS Markit’s newly published International Dredging Directory, industry uncertainty has temporarily reversed the trend for ever larger dredgers.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-4w-4h-31m ago

Decommissioning project

Maritime Developments MDL has completed a SURF decommissioning project off the UK for Helix Robotics Solutions.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-4w-4h-51m ago

Dive tank for subsea work under construction

A new one atmosphere test dive tank that can be utilised for multiple subsea applications is under construction.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-2mo-4w-2d-23h-55m ago

Tackling the plastic pollution menace

Bolina Ltd, an Ecocoast company, has engineered what is claimed to be the longest river barrier in Europe to catch plastic and other floating debris.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-3h-13m ago

Cable vessel mobilization work

A UK south coast welding and fabrication firm has put cable lay vessel mobilization at the forefront of its offshore service offering.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-3h-52m ago

Clyde technology hub project progresses

Malin Group’s vision for a marine technology hub on Scotland’s River Clyde at Old Kilpatrick, has moved one step closer to becoming a reality.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1d-2h-39m ago

Viability of floating offshore solar power

Equinor and Moss Maritime are joining in a unique test to explore the potential of floating offshore solar panels writes Dag Pike.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1d-6h-25m ago

Phinergy gets support from Yara Marine

Norwegian company Yara Marine Technologies has agreed to give financial and other support to Phinergy Marine, a company that has developed container housed aluminium air battery systems.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1d-6h-35m ago

Plans revealed for Danish offshore energy island

The VindØ consortium which comprises two of Denmark’s largest pension funds, and Denmark’s largest utility company has revealed plans for the world’s first energy island in the North Sea.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1d-6h-52m ago

Ballast water treatment fleet deal

Heerema Marine Contractors will work with a Netherlands based engineering company to retrofit ballast water treatment systems in its vessels.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2d-1h-55m ago

ScotWind Leasing application window opens

Crown Estate Scotland has officially opened the application window for ScotWind Leasing, the new offshore wind leasing round for Scottish waters.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2d-3h ago

Gdynia Outer Port progress report

The Polish Port of Gdynia is in the advanced planning stages of creating a deep water Outer Port on reclaimed land, based on the existing l skie quay.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2d-3h-43m ago

Electric powered high speed ferries

Austal Australia has launched the Volta series of electric powered high speed ferry solutions, with the introduction of the Passenger Express 46V.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2d-4h-39m ago

Palfinger cranes for major wind farm

Palfinger Marine transition piece cranes will support what will be Scotland amp 39 s largest offshore wind farm.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-3d-3h-24m ago

Global Drone Inspection launches ROV in water asset assessments

Global Drone Inspection GDI , a new subsidiary company of robotic inspection specialists RIMS BV, has introduced the use of Remotely Operated Vehicles for underwater inspections.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-3d-3h-54m ago

BAR Technologies awarded EU decarbonisation grant

BAR Technologies is set to contribute its solid wing sail expertise to the EU’s Project CHEK to deliver two low carbon concept ship designs.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-3d-4h-19m ago

Marine energy developer opportunity

The European Marine Energy Centre EMEC , Orkney, Scotland, is looking to contract a marine energy technology developer to act as an external advisor to the Ocean Energy Scale up Alliance OESA .....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-3d-5h-3m ago

Damen completes diving bell ship

Damen Shipyards Group has completed construction and outfitting of a diving bell ship that has subsequently undertaken successful river trials.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-3d-22h-59m ago

Remontowa Shipbuiding delivers in 2020

Remontowa Shipbuiding delivered a number of innovative vessels in 2020, despite the challenging economy.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-3d-23h-43m ago

Aluminium work bridges cooperation

Dutch companies Marteq BV and Highrise BV have joined forces to offer their new ‘Strongbridge’ work bridges to the maritime sector.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-4d-54m ago

Hovercraft deliveries for Estonia and Hong Kong

Southampton UK based hovercraft manufacturer Griffon Hoverwork has delivered two of its new 995ED craft to clients in Hong Kong and Estonia.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-4d-1h-18m ago

Milestone deal for The SMS Group

The SMS Group has signed its first installation/distribution deal since moving into its new premises in ABP’s Port of Southampton, UK.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-5m ago

First turbine goes in at Moray East

Moray East offshore wind farm has announced the successful milestone of the first of its 100 9.5MW turbines to be installed in the Moray Firth.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-4h-59m ago

Third Kiel ferry contract

Holland Shipyards Group has signed a contract to build three additional hybrid vessels for Schlepp und Fährgesellschaft Kiel SFK .....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-5h-24m ago

Piattaforma Logistica Trieste launch

The acquisition by Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG HHLA of 50.01 percent of the multi function PLT terminal in the Italian seaport of Trieste has been completed.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-5h-43m ago

Ship-created underwater noise measurement

University of Strathclyde researchers have developed a novel way of measuring underwater noise created by ships which poses a danger to marine life.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-5h-56m ago

Hydrography and oceanography portfolio combo

Two subsea companies have entered a new strategic cooperation to share knowledge and services that will simplify the acquisition of high quality marine data for clients across Europe.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-1d-1h-46m ago

Vanes, foils and fans: hull design in the 21st century

Session 3 in the amp 39 Get Set for Workboat 2050 amp 39 webinar series will take place on Tuesday 9th February 10:00 11:00 UTC, focusing on how to optimise vessel performance to reduce CO2 emissions through new hull designs and technologies.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-1d-3h-35m ago

Caterpillar upgrades C32B engine

Following the successful launch of the C32B version of the long established C32 marine diesel, Caterpillar has now introduced a further upgrade of this engine.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-1d-4h-18m ago

Successful retrofit subsea CPS project

A project to engineer, supply and install a retrofit subsea cable protection system CPS for an HVDC grid connection has been successfully completed by a major consortium.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-2d-2h-1m ago

Cloud solution for satellite seafloor mapping

An EU co funded research and innovation project will develop a remote solution for global satellite derived seafloor mapping.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-2d-3h-22m ago

DNV GL name change

DNV GL, the vessel classification society and assurance and risk management company, will change its name to DNV on 1 March 2021.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-2d-3h-54m ago

Serious jack-up for serious wind industry work

New subsidiary SAL Renewables has proudly launched with a specialised vessel: the ‘Wind Lift I’ – a 2010 built dynamic positioning DP jack up crane vessel.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-2d-4h-10m ago

Taller Vattenfall turbines protect birds

Taller turbines will mitigate against bird collisions for two Vattenfall offshore wind farms.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-3d-50m ago

The first steps towards a ‘European Navy’?

Somewhat overshadowed in the news agendas by Brexit and covid, the 14th December 2020 was an important day in the gathering movement towards establishing a ‘European Navy’.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-3d-1h-11m ago

Besenzoni broadens commercial range

Italian company Besenzoni has decided to introduce to the wider public its range of products designed for the commercial and military sectors.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-3d-1h-33m ago

Royston services Mainport vessels

New work to overhaul main propulsion diesel engines on three Irish Mainport Holdings vessels has been completed.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-3d-21h-26m ago

UK wind farm turbine installation begins

Turbine installation has begun at a 950MW offshore wind farm in the UK following the arrival of an installation vessel key to this phase of construction.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-3d-22h-35m ago

Autonomous surveys under sail

US company Saildrone, Inc. has launched a 22m version of its uncrewed surface vehicles, known as saildrones.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-4d-2h-8m ago

Shallow draft Ro-Ro for Île d'Yeu

French shipyard Piriou has just officially signed with the French Pays de la Loire Region for the order of a ro ro passenger ship dedicated to serve the Île d amp 39 Yeu off Western France.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-4d-2h-26m ago

Marine construction: A more regenerative approach

According to Nektarios Mitsokapas, The Red Sea Project, currently under construction on the coast of Saudi Arabia, is one of the world’s most ambitious regenerative tourism projects.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-1w-4d-2h-49m ago

Floating wind farm off Sardinia planned

A Milan based floating wind farm project company has applied with the Port Authority of Cagliari for a 30 year concession to build and operate an export cable connection for a €1.4bn floating wind farm off the west coast of Sardinia.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3h-46m ago

Traffic monitoring for wind farms

Wärtsilä Voyage has successfully completed its first commercial installation of its WebVTS 5.0 software application with a system to monitor the Wintershall Noordzee wind farm writes Dag Pike.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-4h-37m ago

CMB buys Windcat Workboats

Windcat Workboats, one of the major operators of CTVs in the North Sea has been acquired by CMB writes Dag Pike.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-4h-49m ago

New CTVs for French wind farm

Louis Dreyfus Armateurs and Tidal Transit have been selected by GE Renewable Energy Offshore Wind to provide two Crew Transfer Vessels CTVs for the Saint Nazaire offshore wind farm.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-5h-16m ago

Blyth survey vessel boasts top tech

Blyth Catamarans has delivered a new 15m survey vessel with Furuno full specified radar and GPS technologies to a university in Germany.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-1d-28m ago

David Millar: Fugro Americas

A big step forward in understanding the oceans and oceans’ floors was taken by “a simple, cost effective” flick of a switch, David Millar told MJ.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-1d-3h-19m ago

Spartacus leads DEME into Egypt's Abu Qir

Belgium amp 39 s DEME Group has won a large contract for the Abu Qir port project in Egypt, for which it will deploy the newbuild cutter suction dredger amp 39 Spartacus amp 39 .....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-1d-3h-26m ago

Beneficial re-use in Taiwan dredging works

Dutch dredging major Van Oord has been contracted to dredge the water intake basin of Taiwan amp 39 s Da Tan power plant.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-1d-3h-30m ago

IADC to lead on global sustainability

The Netherlands based International Association of Dredging Companies has decided to promote the industry amp 39 s vital role in the global sustainability transition and its contribution to solutions for sustainability challenges.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-1d-3h-37m ago

Innovative funding for Boskalis newbuild

Boskalis has financed its mega cutter suction dredger amp 39 Krios amp 39 through an innovative Export Credit Agency ECA covered loan.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-1d-3h-39m ago

Thordon onboard with Suez Canal Authority

The Suez Canal Authority SCA has replaced the rubber cutterhead bearings on the 102m LOA cutter suction dredger amp 39 Mahmoud Younis amp 39 with water lubricated composite bearings from Thordon Bearings.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-1d-3h-42m ago

CEDA plans return of Dredging Days

The Netherlands based Central Dredging Association CEDA , following consultation with members and other stakeholders, has announced plans to return Dredging Days to the calendar in September of this year.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-1d-3h-46m ago

Battery project to drive clean energy shift

A new research and innovation project aims to cut the cost of today’s marine battery electric drivetrains in half and relieve ship owners of the burden of capital expense.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-2d-48m ago

Remote-controlled radar boosts security

New remote controlled radar technology is now available in Europe that that will boost security onboard ships.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-2d-2h-4m ago

Tug delivery round-up

There are ten recent deliveries of note to report this month from shipyards both within Europe and those beyond with important European content.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-2d-2h-17m ago

Tug delivery round-up

There are ten recent deliveries of note to report this month from shipyards both within Europe and those beyond with important European content.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-2d-2h-17m ago

TOWLINES

Smit Salvage has been awarded a five year contract to provide emergency response support to floating assets located in Brazilian waters.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-2d-2h-24m ago

Multraship busy in the Black Sea and Denmark

Multraship Towage amp Salvage has provided emergency response services in the Black Sea and Denmark.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-2d-2h-28m ago

Complex operations for Tsavliris

Recent activities for Tsavliris Salvage have highlighted that complexities often extend beyond just sending a tug to tow a vessel to safety.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-2d-2h-46m ago

CIP invests in floating wind farm in Italy

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners CIP has invested in a company developing a 250MW floating wind project off the coast of Italy.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d ago

Safety bulletin follows Bourbon Rhode sinking

Flag state authorities in Luxembourg have issued an immediate action safety bulletin following loss of the anchor handling tug supply vessel ‘Bourbon Rhode’.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d-4h-20m ago

Safety bulletin follows Bourbon Rhode sinking

Flag state authorities in Luxembourg have issued an immediate action safety bulletin following loss of the anchor handling tug supply vessel ‘Bourbon Rhode’.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d-4h-20m ago

HST Marine expands into the workboat market

An interesting development will see HST Marine expand its crew transfer vessel CTV activities into the workboat market with a newbuild Damen Multi Cat.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d-4h-27m ago

Remote helm control system for Dutch tug

Boston USA based Sea Machines Robotics is supplying a remote helm control system for Herman Sr. BV’s Shoalbuster tug ‘Teddy’.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d-4h-32m ago

Remote helm control system for Dutch tug

Boston USA based Sea Machines Robotics is supplying a remote helm control system for Herman Sr. BV’s Shoalbuster tug ‘Teddy’.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d-4h-32m ago

Sanmar signs up for Schottel thrusters

Sanmar Shipyards and Schottel are extending a partnership dating back 16 years following a framework agreement to supply thrusters for the Turkish yard’s Bigaçay class newbuilding tugs.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d-4h-36m ago

Sanmar signs up for Schottel thrusters

Sanmar Shipyards and Schottel are extending a partnership dating back 16 years following a framework agreement to supply thrusters for the Turkish yard’s Bigaçay class newbuilding tugs.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d-4h-36m ago

Voith powers Rhine pusher tugs

Two pusher tugs under construction at Dutch shipbuilder Barkmeijer Shipyards will be powered by Voith propeller units continuing a near 50 year relationship between vessel owner and propeller supplier....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d-4h-40m ago

Voith powers Rhine pusher tugs

Two pusher tugs under construction at Dutch shipbuilder Barkmeijer Shipyards will be powered by Voith propeller units continuing a near 50 year relationship between vessel owner and propeller supplier....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d-4h-40m ago

German LNG conversion nears completion

  The conversion to LNG DF drive of a second North Sea ferry for German operator AG Ems was being completed in the Netherlands as the New Year got underway, writes Tom Todd.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d-5h-3m ago

German lake fleet goes eco-friendly

Electric catamarans are currently being ordered for service on Germany’s biggest lake but alternative synthetic fuel systems are also being looked at for the future, reports Tom Todd.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d-5h-30m ago

Exhaust system installation successful

Emissions are minimised on a new exploration, research and media vessel, thanks to its IMO Tier III compliant exhaust system.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d-16h-9m ago

Green light for UK offshore wind project

Development consent has been granted for a major UK offshore wind farm offering an approximate capacity of up to 2,400MW and a boost for the UK’s net zero ambition.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-3d-21h-47m ago

Bremerhaven plans €170 million box handling upgrade

Under study in Bremerhaven is a €170 million upgrade of berths at the German port’s giant Stromkaje container handling facility, writes Tom Todd.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-4d-55m ago

Polarstern – still fit after a year in the ice

Germany’s 38 year old research icebreaker amp 39 Polarstern amp 39 , which has just spent a year locked in the Arctic ice, suffered much less damage than had been expected, writes Tom Todd.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-4d-1h-2m ago

First ferry hybrids due on the Kiel Canal

The first of three 30m identical hybrid ferry newbuilds for commuters on Germany’s busy Kiel Canal is going into service soon, reports Tom Todd.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-2w-4d-1h-15m ago

Hybrid upgrades to give vessels more attractive environmental profiles

The Wärtsilä Hybrid Upgrade solution, has been selected for retrofitting two offshore construction vessels owned by Norwegian operator Østensjø Rederi.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-3mo-4w-2d-7h-53m ago

Dredging spoils transform into new terminal

180,000 cubic metres of dredged material are currently being reused as filling material in the construction of the Port of Gothenburg amp 39 s next major investment.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-7h-23m ago

The UK 10 point plan and the supply chain

According to Neil Gordon, chief executive, Subsea UK, the Government’s 10 point energy plan must have the supply chain at its heart.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-1d-7h-53m ago

Larger cranes for larger turbines

Cadeler has signed a contract to install a new crane on the vessel ‘Wind Orca’ and retain the option for delivery of a crane on vessel ‘Wind Osprey’.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-4d-2h-52m ago

Series production of river plastic extractor

A crane manufacturer has teamed up with a non profit ESG sector company dedicated to reduce marine plastic pollution.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-4d-3h-28m ago

Design contract for rock installation vessel

A design contract has been awarded for the first US flagged Jones Act compliant subsea rock installation vessel, to serve the US offshore wind industry.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-4d-6h-53m ago


More investment in cyber security needed

Ports need to better protect themselves against cyber attacks, attendees of the first digital International Association of Ports and Harbors IAPH European region meeting were told.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-5d-3h-12m ago

Danish maritime safety sector acquisition

Danish based marine electronics company, Daniamant, has acquired the Danish based company, Alcares’ complete portfolio of products, assets and activities. Alcares specialises in the design, development and manufacture of Survivor Location Lights.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-5d-5h-26m ago

Largest GRP and composite patrol ship

Spanish shipyard Rodman Polyships says it is pushing the boundaries of composite shipbuilding with the launch of a new 43m Offshore Patrol Vessel.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-5d-5h-49m ago

Stress testing cyber defences

ABB Marine amp amp Ports’ cyber security laboratory opens at key moment in shipping’s digital development as stricter maritime cyber security rules enter force on January 1, 2021.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-6d-2h-37m ago

Sonihull to supply antifouling for waterjets

Antifouling systems company, Sonihull, has signed an agreement with Kongsberg Maritime to be the latter’s sole supplier of ultrasonic antifouling systems.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-6d-2h-52m ago

Fast turnaround for annual refit

Wight Shipyard Co has showcased its maintenance and repair capabilities during a refit for one of the Isle of Wight’s leading ferry operators.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-6d-4h-22m ago

Ironing out an OPV’s sternwave

Earlier this year, Hvide Sande Shipyard in Denmark won a public tender for the design and construction of a new 64m Offshore Patrol Vessel.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-6d-5h-7m ago

Voith propulsion for hybrid ferries

Voith will supply the propulsion system for two hybrid passenger ferries that will operate on Lake Geneva.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-1w-2h-1m ago

Seagrass conservation funding

The UK’s Ocean Conservation has received a grant of £250,000 from the government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund, enabling large scale seagrass restoration.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-1w-4h-30m ago

Carbon-strengthened concrete additive

A concrete additive from an Australian company that enhances compressive strength and other key characteristics is finding many uses in and around the Port of Savannah, Georgia, USA.....

Maritime Journal Published 3y-4mo-1w-4h-48m ago