Focus on Marine Projects

MARINE PROJECTS WEEK

This week, Baird Maritime once again takes a closer look at marine projects vessels serving a number of roles. Although dredgers once again comprise the majority of featured vessels, also included is a large Chinese-built heavy-lift ship operating under charter with a European customer.

Dredging and Land Reclamation • Maritime Infrastructure Development • Installation and Decommissioning • Maritime Surveying • Port Development • Offshore Wind Farm Development

The featured dredgers are also of a range of types, from one of the largest cutter suction dredgers built and operated in the United States to the first in a new series of LNG-powered hopper dredgers recently delivered to a Dutch contractor.

Keep visiting Baird Maritime for the latest developments of the ever-expanding marine projects sector.


Vessel Reviews:


News and Gear:


Recent Important Features:

COLUMN | Ocean Infinity: Waiting for Godot, for newbuildings and for published accounts? [Offshore Accounts]

– “Ocean Infinity has embarked on an ambitious public relations campaign to emphasise its claims to be transforming the entire marine industry, and a drive to collect yet more government subsidies.”

– by Hieronymus Bosch, Baird Maritime‘s anonymous insider in the world of offshore oil and gas operations

FEATURE | Floating, flood-proof city that can house 12,000 people to be built off Busan, South Korea

– “The interconnected neighbourhoods total 6.3 hectares and include up to 40,000 square metres of mixed-use space.”


Remember to come back every day to see the latest news, opinion and vessel reviews!

Call for content!

Any news or views about the global marine project sector? Send it through to [email protected] ASAP (between now and September 9), so we can add it to this current edition of Marine Projects Week!

We are after:

  • Vessels – Orders, new deliveries, under construction
  • Gear – Latest innovations and technology in the marine projects sector
  • Interviews – Owners, operators, dredging companies, marine contractors, port developers, etc.
  • Reminiscences – Do you have any exciting, amusing or downright dangerous anecdotes from your time in the marine projects world? (example here)
  • Other – Any other relevant news

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