SGS reseats shifted tailshaft with stern seal repair
ABS brings together leading industry players to tackle the safety challenge of an aging FPSO fleet
Jotun sponsors HMS Belfast museum ship restoration
A review of the latest cruise & ferry repair and conversions projects from the leading yards in Europe, including Fincantieri, Navantia, Remontowa, Navalrocha Shipyard, Palumbo Group, SMS Group and Trimline
MarineShaft straightens the intermediate and propeller shafts after the Paglia Orba ferry had an unfortunate accident while entering Bastia port
The latest issue of DryDock is now available online
Sir Tony Robinson (most famous for playing Blackadder’s sidekick – Baldrick!) gets advice from John Heath, a highly experienced and respected marine surveyor with over 40 years’ experience, on how to use a Cygnus 4+ thickness gauge
With LNG demand expected to grow considerably in the forthcoming years, Jon Bayley a paint chemist and coating consultant with Safinah explains cryogenic spill protection
Lloyd’s Register (LR) has appointed Kevin Humphreys as its new Marine and Offshore President for the Americas, and has promoted Sung-Gu Park to President, responsible for the North East Asia region, including South Korea and Japan
Royston has recently completed the extensive inspection, overhaul and service of the main and auxiliary engines and associated components, as well as both azimuth propulsion units, on two tugs operated by Caledonian Towage
Marine Benchmark’s data shows that initial concerns that the Covid-19 pandemic would radically slow repair yard activity have, generally, proved unfounded.
The latest issue of DryDock magazine is now available online. In Face the Facts, Gavin Allwright, Secretary General of the International Windship Association takes a look at how, with a lot of attention and investment going into alternative, low emission fuel...
Some eight months after signing the contract COVID-style, Boomsma Shipping has now installed its first two eConowind VentiFoil wind-assisted propulsion units. Even with the restrictions imposed by the pandemic, both companies worked closely together to manage the...
The two 35m tall Rotor Sails are estimated to reduce fuel consumption, fuel costs and emissions by as much as 25%. Norsepower Oy Ltd, the leading global provider of auxiliary wind propulsion systems, has successfully installed two 35m tall Rotor Sails for Sea-Cargo, a...
In May 2020, the ship caisson for No 3 dock in Brest, France was subject to a technical shutdown and needed a total makeover. The 420m by 80m wide dock with a draft of up to 10.1m is one of the largest in Europe, and makes it...