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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A Lecture about Speed versus Safety at Sea

Is it possible for ships to sail faster through rough water and keep the safety of the crew a priority? Lex ...

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Furuvik

Commissioned by Eureka Shipping of Oslo, Norway, Royal Bodewes has developed and built a 6,145 DWAT cement carrier ...

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Goulphar

Along with South-East Asia and Japan, Europe has an infrastructure which relies heavily on ferries and RoRo vessels ...

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Dutch Ingenuity at Work with Expansion of Panama Canal

Last March, it was announced that the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) ordered a vessel scheduling and maritime ...

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Circular Economy

There is a popular game to play during team building – try to get a bucket full of water across an obstacle ...

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The Vision of Jan Kees Pilaar

The yard Damen Shiprepair Rotterdam is located next to the river the Nieuwe Maas. The area, part of the Port of ...

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The Re-Emergence of Wind Power

A recently published report entitled “Study on the Analysis of Market Potentials & Market Barriers for ...

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A Matter of Measurement

Efficient ships are inherently more sustainable. As such, to reach sustainability targets, the maritime industry is ...

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The Dutch Maritime Cluster Monitor 2016

The Netherlands is a maritime nation. This fact is proven by the numbers recently released by Maritime by Holland, ...

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All Hands on Deck

Looking back, I have to conclude that it has been a turbulent year for the Dutch maritime industry. We’ve had both ...

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Digital Optimisation

Taking a look at the world around us, it is clear that technology is making boundless industrial and societal ...

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Looking at the year 2050 with NISS

When celebrating a centennial anniversary, it is tempting not to look back. But the National Institute for Shipping ...

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Decommissioning - Just Round the Corner

The maritime industry is gearing up for exciting times in an expanding sector The next 30 to 40 years will see the ...

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Flying the Dutch Flag on Superyachts in 2017

HISWA Holland Marine Industry originally developed the “Commercial Cruising Vessel Project (CCV)” in ...

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Ballast Water Is no Longer a Bottleneck

The times are gone that a green mindset is just for the idealistic ones among us. Those with a good business sense ...

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Wind Assisted Propulsion

As Maritime Holland readers undoubtedly know, the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement makes no reference to the shipping ...

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Jun Yang 1

In August 2016, after successful completion of sea trials, Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger (TSHD), Jun Yang 1, was ...

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Micanti Antifouling

The last time a battle ship was transferred to the water at the old navy yard near the central station of ...

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Texelstroom

The largest of the Dutch Wadden Sea Islands, Texel, is connected by a modern ferry service from Den Helder. The ...

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‘Here Comes The Sun’ Joins the Amels Fleet

Amels launched Here Comes The Sun, the first yacht in the Limited Edition (LE) 272 series. The first 83-metres, and ...

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