• MARITIME SECURITY WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Fort Lauderdale – US Navy amphibious ship boasts large expeditionary transport capacity

    VESSEL REVIEW | Fort Lauderdale – US Navy amphibious ship boasts large expeditionary transport capacity

  • MARITIME SECURITY WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Durable interceptor RIBs for Lebanese Army commandos

    VESSEL REVIEW | Durable interceptor RIBs for Lebanese Army commandos

  • COLUMN | Rescue Remedy? Shelf and Noble; Saipem and BW Energy; Borr Drilling and the nameless one; Lamprell on the rocks [Offshore Accounts]

    COLUMN | Rescue Remedy? Shelf and Noble; Saipem and BW Energy; Borr Drilling and the nameless one; Lamprell on the rocks [Offshore Accounts]

  • MARITIME SECURITY WEEK
    Focus on Maritime Security

    Focus on Maritime Security

  • POLLUTION CONTROL WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Yonggang Lianfang No 1 – Chinese-built heavy duty oil recovery vessel enters service

    VESSEL REVIEW | Yonggang Lianfang No 1 – Chinese-built heavy duty oil recovery vessel enters service

  • VESSEL REVIEW | Fort Lauderdale – US Navy amphibious ship boasts large expeditionary transport capacity
  • VESSEL REVIEW | Durable interceptor RIBs for Lebanese Army commandos
  • COLUMN | Rescue Remedy? Shelf and Noble; Saipem and BW Energy; Borr Drilling and the nameless one; Lamprell on the rocks [Offshore Accounts]
  • Focus on Maritime Security
  • VESSEL REVIEW | Yonggang Lianfang No 1 – Chinese-built heavy duty oil recovery vessel enters service
COLUMN | Rescue Remedy? Shelf and Noble; Saipem and BW Energy; Borr Drilling and the nameless one; Lamprell on the rocks [Offshore Accounts]

COLUMN | Rescue Remedy? Shelf and Noble; Saipem and BW Energy; Borr Drilling and the nameless one; Lamprell on the rocks [Offshore Accounts]

By Hieronymus Bosch

For over eighty years, stressed English ladies, and the occasional offshore supply vessel master, have sworn by the power of Rescue Remedy, a patented concoction of five floral essences that they spray around or rub into their temples to provide comfort in times of emotional demand. Remedies have made the headlines in ..

MARITIME SECURITY WEEK
Focus on Maritime Security

Focus on Maritime Security

By Baird Maritime

Both naval and non-naval vessel reviews are featured as part of this month’s focus on the exciting maritime security sector. Featured vessels include RIBs for Philippine and Lebanese use and multiple patrol vessels for operators in Africa, Europe, and South America. Assault Craft • Interceptors • Patrol • Police ..

COLUMN | Seabed warfare: a key element of any future maritime conflict [Naval Gazing]

COLUMN | Seabed warfare: a key element of any future maritime conflict [Naval Gazing]

By Trevor Hollingsbee

A popular conception is that international communications nowadays rely mainly upon satellites. This, though, is very far from being the case. There are about 440 undersea cables stretching over a total of 885,000 kilometres. These cables carry some 95 per cent of the world’s communications traffic, and in some cases, ..

OPINION | Australia and Japan should lead the way in maritime law enforcement training

OPINION | Australia and Japan should lead the way in maritime law enforcement training

By Anthony Bergin

During the recent visit by Australian Defence Minister Richard Marles to Japan, the nations vowed to strengthen the interoperability of their armed forces amid shared concerns over Chinese assertiveness. The minister’s visit came shortly after the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore, where Japanese Prime Minister Fumio ..

POLLUTION CONTROL WEEK
FEATURE | New EU-funded robotic vessel concept to collect litter on seafloor

FEATURE | New EU-funded robotic vessel concept to collect litter on seafloor

By Baird Maritime

A system designed to clean litter from the seafloor is currently under development as part of a project aims to solve the problem of ocean litter with the help of unmanned vessels and artificial intelligence (AI). The vessels and their related technology are being developed as part of the EU Horizon 2020-funded initiative ..

COLUMN | Quick updates: BVI premier out on bail; Saipem and Yinson make cash calls; Fisher loses CEO, seeks Union Flag painted SOVs [Offshore Accounts]

COLUMN | Quick updates: BVI premier out on bail; Saipem and Yinson make cash calls; Fisher loses CEO, seeks Union Flag painted SOVs [Offshore Accounts]

By Hieronymus Bosch

In this update, we cover two companies raising big bucks from their shareholders as well as the latest on the former premier of the British Virgin Islands as he awaits trial for drug-smuggling and money-laundering charges in Florida. BVI’s former premier offers million dollar bail bond Andrew Fahie, Premier of the British ..

Focus on Maritime Security

Focus on Maritime Security

Both naval and non-naval vessel reviews are featured as part of this month’s focus on the exciting maritime security sector. Featured vessels include RIBs for Phili ..