• NAVAL ARCHITECTURE WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Promers – Holland’s Naarden Lifeboat Brigade receives flash new RHIB SAR boat

    VESSEL REVIEW | Promers – Holland’s Naarden Lifeboat Brigade receives flash new RHIB SAR boat

  • NAVAL ARCHITECTURE WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Jetwave Nelson Point – Custom workboat for line handling, crew transfer and survey duties

    VESSEL REVIEW | Jetwave Nelson Point – Custom workboat for line handling, crew transfer and survey duties

  • NAVAL ARCHITECTURE WEEK
    Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!

    Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!

  • PASSENGER VESSEL WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Silver Origin – New Galapagos Islands cruiser is a luxury, all-suite affair

    VESSEL REVIEW | Silver Origin – New Galapagos Islands cruiser is a luxury, all-suite affair

  • COLUMN | No news is not necessarily good news: McDermott and James Fisher and Sons [OFFSHORE ACCOUNTS]

    COLUMN | No news is not necessarily good news: McDermott and James Fisher and Sons [OFFSHORE ACCOUNTS]

  • VESSEL REVIEW | Promers – Holland’s Naarden Lifeboat Brigade receives flash new RHIB SAR boat
  • VESSEL REVIEW | Jetwave Nelson Point – Custom workboat for line handling, crew transfer and survey duties
  • Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!
  • VESSEL REVIEW | Silver Origin – New Galapagos Islands cruiser is a luxury, all-suite affair
  • COLUMN | No news is not necessarily good news: McDermott and James Fisher and Sons [OFFSHORE ACCOUNTS]
BOOK REVIEW | The Naval Siege of Japan 1945 – War Plan Orange Triumphant

BOOK REVIEW | The Naval Siege of Japan 1945 – War Plan Orange Triumphant

By Neil Baird

A young Douglas MacArthur, touring Japan in 1903 with his father, General Arthur MacArthur, was informed by his father that Japan and America would be at war in his, Douglas’s, lifetime. The old general was not alone with such thoughts and, so, was War Plan Orange developed. By the end of World War I in 1919, most of the ..

COLUMN | An invisible workforce [Grey Power]

COLUMN | An invisible workforce [Grey Power]

By Michael Grey

This is being written on the “International Day of the Seafarer”, June 25, which, if you consider the way that society is currently treating this essential workforce, appears somewhat ironic. Since Covid-19 raised its ugly head, and for at least the past four months, the maritime world has been screaming out for ..

OPINION | Tuna price-fixing scandal implicates global NGOs

OPINION | Tuna price-fixing scandal implicates global NGOs

By Eugene Lapointe

On Tuesday, Chris Lischewski, the driving force behind the creation of the International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF), received a three-year prison sentence in the United States for fixing the price of canned tuna. The former CEO of Bumble Bee Sea Foods is now disgraced beyond recovery. The story behind this ..

NAVAL ARCHITECTURE WEEK
Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!

Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!

By Neil Baird

Without naval architects the world’s ships and boats would be less safe, less economical, more expensive, more polluting and uglier. Naval architects are an essential component of the wider global maritime industry. Of course, as with all professions, naval architects have occasionally failed but, overall, they contribute ..

PASSENGER VESSEL WEEK
FEATURE | Safety considerations for Australia’s Northern Territory Guided Fishing Industry Association

FEATURE | Safety considerations for Australia’s Northern Territory Guided Fishing Industry Association

By Becca Posterino

Australia’s Northern Territory’s selling points are iconic – Barramundi, crocodiles, sunsets, a laid-back attitude and plenty of fish to be caught from coastal fishing lodges, to billabongs, rivers and reefs. Bringing customers safely up close with this natural beauty involves a fair amount of safety planning. The ..

COLUMN | No news is not necessarily good news: McDermott and James Fisher and Sons [OFFSHORE ACCOUNTS]

COLUMN | No news is not necessarily good news: McDermott and James Fisher and Sons [OFFSHORE ACCOUNTS]

By Hieronymus Bosch

The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle features the short story Silver Blaze, about the disappearance of a famous racehorse of that name, and the murder of the horse’s trainer. The British detective solves the mystery because he recognises that no one he spoke to during his investigation remarked that ..

Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!

Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!

Without naval architects the world’s ships and boats would be less safe, less economical, more expensive, more polluting and uglier. Naval architects are an essential ..