• COLUMN | Marine pilotage: a highly dangerous business [Tug Times]

    COLUMN | Marine pilotage: a highly dangerous business [Tug Times]

  • COLUMN | Boardroom battles: What is John Fredriksen’s end-game at Euronav? DOF directors channel Cher whilst Capricorn Energy loses its leadership and likely NewMed Energy’s deal [Offshore Accounts]

    COLUMN | Boardroom battles: What is John Fredriksen’s end-game at Euronav? DOF directors channel Cher whilst Capricorn Energy loses its leadership and likely NewMed Energy’s deal [Offshore Accounts]

  • COLUMN | Profile of South America’s riverine forces on the rise [Naval Gazing]

    COLUMN | Profile of South America’s riverine forces on the rise [Naval Gazing]

  • REMINISCENCES | Stepping into a modern age of shipboard communication

    REMINISCENCES | Stepping into a modern age of shipboard communication

  • OPINION | Japan and ASEAN: 50 years of maritime strategy

    OPINION | Japan and ASEAN: 50 years of maritime strategy

  • COLUMN | Marine pilotage: a highly dangerous business [Tug Times]
  • COLUMN | Boardroom battles: What is John Fredriksen’s end-game at Euronav? DOF directors channel Cher whilst Capricorn Energy loses its leadership and likely NewMed Energy’s deal [Offshore Accounts]
  • COLUMN | Profile of South America’s riverine forces on the rise [Naval Gazing]
  • REMINISCENCES | Stepping into a modern age of shipboard communication
  • OPINION | Japan and ASEAN: 50 years of maritime strategy
COLUMN | Marine pilotage: a highly dangerous business [Tug Times]

COLUMN | Marine pilotage: a highly dangerous business [Tug Times]

By Alan Loynd

Things can change, there’s always changes I want to try some rearranging, I say Drop the pilot, try my balloon Drop the monkey, smell my perfume – Joan Armatrading, Drop the Pilot The year got off to a tragic start for people in our business, with the news that another pilot has died while transferring to a large ..

OPINION | Why Australia’s nuclear submarines should have vertical missile launchers

OPINION | Why Australia’s nuclear submarines should have vertical missile launchers

By James Garlick

China’s growing power and assertiveness have been significant drivers behind developments in Australian defence policy in the past few years. The previous government’s strategic update determined that the defence force needs the capability to “shape” Australia’s strategic environment, “deter” ..

COLUMN | Boardroom battles: What is John Fredriksen’s end-game at Euronav? DOF directors channel Cher whilst Capricorn Energy loses its leadership and likely NewMed Energy’s deal [Offshore Accounts]

COLUMN | Boardroom battles: What is John Fredriksen’s end-game at Euronav? DOF directors channel Cher whilst Capricorn Energy loses its leadership and likely NewMed Energy’s deal [Offshore Accounts]

By Hieronymus Bosch

After the shocking injustice perpetrated by the cruel and arbitrary governments of Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea on the 26 unfortunate seafarers aboard the crude oil tanker Heroic Idun, we turn our eyes this week to boardroom battles in Europe wherein some rich and powerful people either resign from their jobs or face ..

COLUMN | Profile of South America’s riverine forces on the rise [Naval Gazing]

COLUMN | Profile of South America’s riverine forces on the rise [Naval Gazing]

By Trevor Hollingsbee

Many people would be surprised to learn that at least 17 nations with no coastline are known to operate combat vessels, in order to maintain riverine and lacustrine security. Some countries dub such forces navies, while others use a variety of nomenclature to describe army units with waterborne capability, such as “river ..

REMINISCENCES | Stepping into a modern age of shipboard communication

REMINISCENCES | Stepping into a modern age of shipboard communication

By Michael Grey

We take modern communications for granted these days and are exasperated beyond belief if our amazing mobile phone, for some reason, cannot get a signal. But ship to shore voice communication has not been with us much more than sixty years or so, and until the 1970s at least, people relied on signal lamps, Morse code, and ..

OPINION | Japan and ASEAN: 50 years of maritime strategy

OPINION | Japan and ASEAN: 50 years of maritime strategy

By Thu Nguyen Hoang Anh

In a partnership with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) that now spans 50 years, Japan has played an important role in addressing the non-traditional maritime security challenges in the region, including piracy and illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing. That role may be about to ..

Focus on Passenger Vessels

Focus on Passenger Vessels

The spotlight is once again on the passenger vessel industry. In particular, we take a closer look at some of the vessels within this steadily growing industry that recen ..