• EMERGENCY SERVICES WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Felix Sand – Fast coastal response boat for German sea rescue service

    VESSEL REVIEW | Felix Sand – Fast coastal response boat for German sea rescue service

  • COLUMN | Step on the gas! Woodside, BHP, Santos, Scarborough, Browse, Bayu Undan and Barossa [Offshore Accounts]

    COLUMN | Step on the gas! Woodside, BHP, Santos, Scarborough, Browse, Bayu Undan and Barossa [Offshore Accounts]

  • EMERGENCY SERVICES WEEK
    Welcome to Emergency Services Week!

    Welcome to Emergency Services Week!

  • MARINE PROJECTS WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Chang Jing 11 – Chinese-built 6,000cbm dredger for Yangtze River maintenance works

    VESSEL REVIEW | Chang Jing 11 – Chinese-built 6,000cbm dredger for Yangtze River maintenance works

  • MARINE PROJECTS WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Tiejian Daqiaoqi 1 – Crane ship to serve bridge and windfarm construction projects

    VESSEL REVIEW | Tiejian Daqiaoqi 1 – Crane ship to serve bridge and windfarm construction projects

  • VESSEL REVIEW | Felix Sand – Fast coastal response boat for German sea rescue service
  • COLUMN | Step on the gas! Woodside, BHP, Santos, Scarborough, Browse, Bayu Undan and Barossa [Offshore Accounts]
  • Welcome to Emergency Services Week!
  • VESSEL REVIEW | Chang Jing 11 – Chinese-built 6,000cbm dredger for Yangtze River maintenance works
  • VESSEL REVIEW | Tiejian Daqiaoqi 1 – Crane ship to serve bridge and windfarm construction projects
COLUMN | Step on the gas! Woodside, BHP, Santos, Scarborough, Browse, Bayu Undan and Barossa [Offshore Accounts]

COLUMN | Step on the gas! Woodside, BHP, Santos, Scarborough, Browse, Bayu Undan and Barossa [Offshore Accounts]

By Hieronymus Bosch

The best cure for high prices is high prices, as the old adage goes. Unfortunately, this offers scant consolation to gas consumers in Europe facing higher heating and electricity bills this winter. And it is not just in Europe where consumers are feeling the pain. In Asia, too, spot LNG prices hit a record US$56 per million ..

EMERGENCY SERVICES WEEK
Welcome to Emergency Services Week!

Welcome to Emergency Services Week!

By Neil Baird

Having reviewed every imaginable type of emergency services vessel from all over the world for more than forty years, I never cease to be amazed at the endless innovation and imagination that flows from the sector. Whether they are three-metre dinghies or 110-metre fast response vessels, they continue to become increasingly ..

COLUMN | Experience is what counts [Grey Power]

COLUMN | Experience is what counts [Grey Power]

By Michael Grey

There is a rather sad letter from a member in the current issue of the Nautical Institute’s Seaways magazine asking a question for which there does not appear to be an answer. The writer appears to be an officer who has found himself “beached” with thousands of others in the aftermath of the pandemic and is ..

COLUMN | Russia’s navy: supporting Moscow’s geopolitical ambitions [Nazal Gazing]

COLUMN | Russia’s navy: supporting Moscow’s geopolitical ambitions [Nazal Gazing]

By Trevor Hollingsbee

The Russian Federation Navy (RFN) has three main roles: Deterrence: This involves manning and operating a flotilla of nuclear powered submarines equipped with nuclear warhead-tipped intercontinental ballistic missiles. Defence: Maintaining surface and subsea fleets to defend Russia’s land mass, and its merchant ..

MARINE PROJECTS WEEK
FEATURE | New study to cover accessibility in Venice’s Malamocco Marghera Canal

FEATURE | New study to cover accessibility in Venice’s Malamocco Marghera Canal

By Baird Maritime

A new study addressing nautical accessibility in the Italian ports of Venice and Chioggia has been launched. The study seeks to analyse and implement highly innovative solutions in compliance with physical constraints and the hydrodynamic equilibrium of the Venetian lagoon while also considering the local maritime traffic ..

FEATURE | Badly out of tune

FEATURE | Badly out of tune

By Michael Grey

It is funny how different items of news mesh with each other. COP 26 is over, thank goodness and the thousands of delegates have jetted off to their homelands, leaving a heavy smell of jetfuel over Argyll, but what we are learning to call “the supply chain problem” remains. A queue of big containerships is a permanent ..

Welcome to Emergency Services Week!

Welcome to Emergency Services Week!

Having reviewed every imaginable type of emergency services vessel from all over the world for more than forty years, I never cease to be amazed at the endless innovation ..