The US Coast Guard’s Research and Development Center (RDC) recently began conducting a month-long evaluation of unmanned surface vehicles (USV) and their ability to ..

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This month’s Fishing and Aquaculture Week is both inspiring and interesting. It is also encouraging because, after a long drought, we are seeing a continuation of the ..

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This is always one of our most exciting and illuminating feature weeks. It is always fascinating to discover what imaginative, stylish and inventive new vessels the ..

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Pilot boats, as ever, are at the forefront of smaller vessel design, construction and equipment. The breed seems to continue to become faster, safer, more economical, ..

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Emergency services vessels are always among the most innovative and interesting of the vessels we review here. Perhaps because they are often, but not always, smaller and ..

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Here we go again! There is plenty happening in the world of passenger vessels. While the coronavirus appears to have slaughtered the cruise sector, most other parts seem ..

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The flow of warships and maritime security craft seemingly never ceases. While almost all such vessels are government-owned, and governments are notoriously difficult to ..

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In an update to a five-year project from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and the ..

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