A big, thick, glossy and beautifully illustrated book in the usual DK (Dorling Kindersley) mould, this offers an excellent overview of almost five millennia of maritime ..

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It seems that severe hubris crept into my last PV Week introduction. One minute, you’re on top of the world and the next you are struggling. The Covid-19 epidemic has ..

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This week we look again at the global market for pilot boats. While many mariners wonder, in this age of precise electronic navigation and endless computer accessible ..

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Those who have been following our maritime security articles, reviews and features over the years since the 9/11 attacks would be well aware of how the sector has ..

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Results of a recent fatigue prevention study for truck drivers have been revealed by Melbourne’s Monash University. The landmark study, conducted by the University’s ..

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Today I had an email from a Canadian fisherman who was lamenting, “how the IVQ system was rammed down everyone’s throat, claiming to be the best thing since sliced ..

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In these justifiably virus-obsessed days, it is hard to focus on the travel, tourism and entertainment that passenger vessels largely represent. However, we have to ..

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