• PASSENGER VESSEL WEEK
    Focus on Passenger Vessels

    Focus on Passenger Vessels

  • VESSEL REVIEW | Marine 11 – New response boat for Missouri’s Osage Beach Fire Protection District

    VESSEL REVIEW | Marine 11 – New response boat for Missouri’s Osage Beach Fire Protection District

  • VESSEL REVIEW | ArchieOne – Survey boat fitted with autonomous capability

    VESSEL REVIEW | ArchieOne – Survey boat fitted with autonomous capability

  • VESSEL REVIEW | MO6 & MO7 – Versatile SWATH windfarm support vessels for UK’s Mainprize Offshore

    VESSEL REVIEW | MO6 & MO7 – Versatile SWATH windfarm support vessels for UK’s Mainprize Offshore

  • VESSEL REVIEW | Tobin – Mississippi River survey boat for US Army Corps of Engineers

    VESSEL REVIEW | Tobin – Mississippi River survey boat for US Army Corps of Engineers

  • Focus on Passenger Vessels
  • VESSEL REVIEW | Marine 11 – New response boat for Missouri’s Osage Beach Fire Protection District
  • VESSEL REVIEW | ArchieOne – Survey boat fitted with autonomous capability
  • VESSEL REVIEW | MO6 & MO7 – Versatile SWATH windfarm support vessels for UK’s Mainprize Offshore
  • VESSEL REVIEW | Tobin – Mississippi River survey boat for US Army Corps of Engineers
PASSENGER VESSEL WEEK
Focus on Passenger Vessels

Focus on Passenger Vessels

By Baird Maritime

Baird Maritime resumes its regular vessel feature weeks for this year by focusing once more on the ever-expanding passenger vessel sector. This week’s lineup of reviewed vessels include a cruise ship for Caribbean sailings, a ferry for a US transport company, a coastal cruise ship and a ferry for operation in Norway, and ..

BOOK REVIEW | The Ship’s Parrot

BOOK REVIEW | The Ship’s Parrot

By Neil Baird

Kent Stewart is an old favourite of Baird Maritime readers. His occasional columns on matters maritime have been popular for years. They distil his very extensive experience and great wisdom as a marine engineer of long standing. Most of the chapters/anecdotes in the book have been seen before on the Baird Maritime website ..

COLUMN | Something fishy at Pelagic Partners, whilst GC Rieber, Edda Wind, Cadeler, Prysmian and Cecon order big [Offshore Accounts]

COLUMN | Something fishy at Pelagic Partners, whilst GC Rieber, Edda Wind, Cadeler, Prysmian and Cecon order big [Offshore Accounts]

By Hieronymus Bosch

It has been a frenzied few weeks in the wind and subsea markets, with newbuild orders piling up. The last month has seen over one billion US dollars committed to vessels for the offshore wind industry. This was also the month that Ocean Infinity’s two new builds finally sailed (here), with crew and under the Singapore ..

COLUMN | The Indonesian Navy: large and quite well-equipped, but with problems to face [Naval Gazing]

COLUMN | The Indonesian Navy: large and quite well-equipped, but with problems to face [Naval Gazing]

By Trevor Hollingsbee

Indonesia is a country of 17,500 islands with 80,000 kilometres of coastline. It is therefore a nation that needs to place considerable emphasis upon maritime security. The navy of this former Dutch colony was founded in 1945, in the immediate aftermath of World War II. The service’s initial inventory was dominated by ..

BOOK REVIEW | A Practical Guide to Salvage and Places of Refuge (For Shipboard Use)

BOOK REVIEW | A Practical Guide to Salvage and Places of Refuge (For Shipboard Use)

By Neil Baird

Presented in its usual very high quality – indeed almost waterproof – style, the renowned Scottish maritime publishing house Witherbys, which does not credit an author or editor, has produced a particularly valuable guide book for practical “shipboard use”. It covers a very important subject and should be carefully ..

COLUMN | Fighting over the pie: Shell, Svitzer and the Maritime Union of Australia, Solstad and DOF [Offshore Accounts]

COLUMN | Fighting over the pie: Shell, Svitzer and the Maritime Union of Australia, Solstad and DOF [Offshore Accounts]

By Hieronymus Bosch

In past columns we have looked at the battle of the subsea robots (here) and the struggle to win subsidies to fund future fuel initiatives (here). This week we look at fights over pie, not at the dinner table, but in the boardroom and the courts. The economist Alex Edmans has argued that there are two ways to look at the ..

Focus on Passenger Vessels

Focus on Passenger Vessels

Baird Maritime resumes its regular vessel feature weeks for this year by focusing once more on the ever-expanding passenger vessel sector. This week’s lineup of reviewe ..

Focus on Passenger Vessels
PASSENGER VESSEL WEEK

Focus on Passenger Vessels

By Baird Maritime