The protracted existence of the Covid-19 problem seems certain to change the face of the passenger vessel industry for the lengthy foreseeable future. Passengers and ..

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Ever since a week or two after the al Qaeda Saudi Arabian terror attacks on New York and Washington on September 11, 2001, there has been a fairly consistent boom in the ..

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On Tuesday, Chris Lischewski, the driving force behind the creation of the International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF), received a three-year prison ..

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With the deepening and widening of many US seaports and entrance channels, and an increasing number of beneficial use dredging projects, Texas-based marine services ..

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Regular readers of Baird Maritime could not fail to notice that for the past couple of years there has been a growing trend towards larger, more versatile and much more ..

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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 ..

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Otherwise known as dredging and marine construction, our focus area this week remains highly active. Despite the Covid-19 virus, there is much still to be done around our ..

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Reviewing our vessel orders and deliveries database since May 24, it is interesting to note that at least 14 per cent of new vessel orders are for tugs. Often, the orders ..

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