Cyber Hygiene Key to Hack-Proofing Your Business

With cyber crimes becoming ever more frequent, WMN explores what is key to becoming cyber resilient

Arzana, the First Custom-Built TSHD for Gulf Area

It was a happy occasion, last September 20 at Royal IHC’s shipyard in Kinderdijk, the Netherlands. An international ...

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Paradise Papers: What They Really Mean for Shipping?

The release of the Paradise Papers, a global investigation that revealed the offshore activities of some of the ...

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No Longer Sailing South?

The Suez Canal is still the most efficient route to transport large amounts of cargo between Asia and Europe. ...

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IUMI: Shipping Still a Moving Target for Cyber Threats

 The shipping industry is becoming ever more reliant on technology, making it at the same time more vulnerable to ...

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Scot Navigator

On February 22, 2017, the 3700 DWAT GS Eco Freighter 3700, with yard number 169, was launched at the ‘GS Yard’ yard ...

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Interview: How Will Seafarers Be Impacted by Smart Ships?

The introduction of autonomous ships, often described as the next step for the maritime industry, is looming as ...

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Rose de Cascia

One could easily think that the ‘Ship of the Year award 2017’ for the innovative fishing vessel MDV-1, won together ...

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Towards Smarter and Greener Decommissioning

Project and financing models for decommissioning are moving up oil and gas operators’ agenda worldwide as ‘lower ...

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New Frontiers - Yacht Support Vessel

New Frontiers is a yacht support vessel splashed at Damen Shipyard Gorinchem on July 10. The owners will use this ...

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Coralius

On May 22, the naming ceremony of MV Coralius was performed by Johanna Lamminen, Chair of the Board of Skangas and ...

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Milaha Considering Ship Investments Across a Few Sectors

Qatari maritime and logistics company Milaha is evaluating tonnage acquisitions across several sectors at the ...

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OEEC 2017 - Transformation through Collaboration

It is the time to join the tenth edition of Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC), the largest ...

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Bibby WaveMaster 1

As the nearshore locations for offshore windfarms grow scarcer, new developments are situated ever farther from the ...

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Interview: Cyberthreat Is Here to Stay!

Although the maritime industry has long been understood as a traditional industry, it is being transformed by ...

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Pieter Heerema - Sailing Around the World Alone

How to explain what it is like to sail the Vendée Globe, a round-the-world solo yacht race, non-stop and without ...

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Cutting Edge Technology to Manage Energy Consumption

One of the key issues ship owners and operators are facing is ensuring the efficient use of energy while at the ...

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Designing in Virtual Reality

With daily advances in technology, it is unsurprising that the complete sensory experience that is ‘virtual ...

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The Maritime Industry Responds to Upcoming Regulations

The next few years will see some significant changes in emission regulations for shipowners. These include the ...

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Heat from the Port no Longer Goes to Waste

Joining forces under the banner Warmtealliantie Zuid-Holland (Zuid-Holland Heat Alliance), five parties including ...

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Interview: Over 1,300 Seafarers Abandoned in Five Years

Over the last five years, 12 to 19 crew abandonment incidents were reported annually and 1,013 seafarers were ...

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Minerva

One of the biggest conundrums in ship owners’ and ship designers’ offices today is which will be the fuel for ...

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Interview: Do Seafarers Really Matter?

Seafaring has been described as a vital support mechanism for the global economy by the International Maritime ...

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Egbert Wagenborg

Only ten years ago, the motto of Dutch-built cargo ships was multi-purpose. A ship had to be versatile to adapt to ...

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Interview: Larger Ships to Be Port of Oakland's New Normal

The trend of larger ships calling at the Port of Oakland recorded during the first half of 2017 is expected to ...

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RT Borkum

Rotortug is a spin-off company from Rotterdam-based towage operator Kotug. Rotortug BV develops and markets the ...

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Weather Routing

Seamen must be the first group of people who had an extensive knowledge of the weather. They recognised cloud ...

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BigRoll Is Taking It a Step Further

“BigRoll has delivered on its promises, we have grown from an ambitious newcomer to a reliable partner in the ...

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