• NAVAL ARCHITECTURE WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Jetwave Nelson Point – Custom workboat for line handling, crew transfer and survey duties

    VESSEL REVIEW | Jetwave Nelson Point – Custom workboat for line handling, crew transfer and survey duties

  • NAVAL ARCHITECTURE WEEK
    Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!

    Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!

  • PASSENGER VESSEL WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Silver Origin – New Galapagos Islands cruiser is a luxury, all-suite affair

    VESSEL REVIEW | Silver Origin – New Galapagos Islands cruiser is a luxury, all-suite affair

  • COLUMN | No news is not necessarily good news: McDermott and James Fisher and Sons [OFFSHORE ACCOUNTS]

    COLUMN | No news is not necessarily good news: McDermott and James Fisher and Sons [OFFSHORE ACCOUNTS]

  • PASSENGER VESSEL WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Fjordjarl – Norled ups the passenger capacity for its new three-boat ferry fleet expansion

    VESSEL REVIEW | Fjordjarl – Norled ups the passenger capacity for its new three-boat ferry fleet expansion

  • VESSEL REVIEW | Jetwave Nelson Point – Custom workboat for line handling, crew transfer and survey duties
  • Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!
  • VESSEL REVIEW | Silver Origin – New Galapagos Islands cruiser is a luxury, all-suite affair
  • COLUMN | No news is not necessarily good news: McDermott and James Fisher and Sons [OFFSHORE ACCOUNTS]
  • VESSEL REVIEW | Fjordjarl – Norled ups the passenger capacity for its new three-boat ferry fleet expansion
NAVAL ARCHITECTURE WEEK
Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!

Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!

By Neil Baird

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 component of the wider global maritime industry. Of course, as with all professions, naval architects have occasionally failed but, overall, they contribute ..

PASSENGER VESSEL WEEK
FEATURE | Safety considerations for Australia’s Northern Territory Guided Fishing Industry Association

FEATURE | Safety considerations for Australia’s Northern Territory Guided Fishing Industry Association

By Becca Posterino

Australia’s Northern Territory’s selling points are iconic – Barramundi, crocodiles, sunsets, a laid-back attitude and plenty of fish to be caught from coastal fishing lodges, to billabongs, rivers and reefs. Bringing customers safely up close with this natural beauty involves a fair amount of safety planning. The ..

COLUMN | No news is not necessarily good news: McDermott and James Fisher and Sons [OFFSHORE ACCOUNTS]

COLUMN | No news is not necessarily good news: McDermott and James Fisher and Sons [OFFSHORE ACCOUNTS]

By Hieronymus Bosch

The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle features the short story Silver Blaze, about the disappearance of a famous racehorse of that name, and the murder of the horse’s trainer. The British detective solves the mystery because he recognises that no one he spoke to during his investigation remarked that ..

Who’s Who: Maritime Movements for May/June 2020

Who’s Who: Maritime Movements for May/June 2020

By Baird Maritime

WORK BOAT WORLD: ST Engineering North America has named Robert (Bob) L. Merchent President and CEO of VT Halter Marine. Merchent joins Halter Marine with extensive ship building and major program management experience. Much of his career was spent at Ingalls Shipbuilding, where he advanced through multiple positions of ..

PASSENGER VESSEL WEEK
Welcome to Passenger Vessel Week!

Welcome to Passenger Vessel Week!

By Neil Baird

While it may be inappropriate to say so in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, tourism remains one of the world’s largest and most important industries. In many places and many countries it is, indeed, the most important. No doubt, once we have conquered Covid, tourism will resume its rightful place in the economic ..

PASSENGER VESSEL WEEK
FEATURE | Can the cruise industry be saved?

FEATURE | Can the cruise industry be saved?

By Michael Shapiro

As the Covid-19 pandemic spread around the world last winter, cruise ships served as petri dishes for the new virus. Despite being hailed as a “great and important industry” by President Trump, cruise lines’ role in the pandemic has led to new calls to address their other detrimental impacts – including their ..

Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!

Welcome to Naval Architecture Week!

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 ..