No Market for Unmanned Ships in Tanker Sector

Ardmore Shipping CCO comments on autonomous ships, digitalization and other industry trends.

Infographic: Quick Facts about Quantum of the ...

Quantum of the Seas

The infogrpahic presents you with some interesting information about the journey of the Royal Caribbean ...

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The energy of the future

Heavy fuel oil and diesels like EN950 have always, until now, been the fuel of the inland and sea shipping ...

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The vision of… Hans-Maarten Bais

Hans-Maarten Bais started as an intern at Diana Yacht Design in 1998 and never left. Since eight years, he has been ...

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The vision of… Dick Pronk

”Being a surveyor used to be on every seagoing engineer’s wish list”, says Dick Pronk, who ...

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The vision of… Jan Koopmans

Central Industry Group (CIG), headquartered in Groningen in the north of the Netherlands, developed from a local ...

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The vision of… Peter Zorge

Director business group maritime Peter Zorge’s relationship with Econosto Nederland bv goes way back. Being ...

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Atlantic Dawn – Out of the Dark, Into the Light

The Hartmans of Urk have always had very distinct ideas what their (new) vessels should look like and what its ...

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The vision of… Bob Rietveldt

‘Turning vision into reality’, that is the credo of the Norwegian Ulstein Group, which includes Ulstein ...

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DCV AEGIR: A State-of-the-Art Workhorse

It is always good when a ship’s owner secures a contract for the use of the vessel before it comes into ...

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Guest column: Maritime excellence, the strength of the Dutch

The Netherlands traditionally has a very strong maritime sector which operates worldwide. The country offers ...

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The state of the Dutch offshore wind industry

A year ago I wrote in this magazine that the Dutch offshore wind industry was active somewhere in almost every ...

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Meet the future

The fastest growing offshore event in Europe. Here’s a title Offshore Energy can be very proud of. The ...

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Break the ice

In an industry where the need for more cohesion between students, schools and companies is apparent, Damen ...

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All for best in class APMT has the PEX factor

On learning about the over a hundred projects, headlined Process Excellence (‘PEX’ for short), at APM ...

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Artemis: Hellenic Goddess Assumes Role in the Van Oord Fleet

After having successfully finished the three-week sea trails and the contractual docking, IHC Merwede delivered CSD ...

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The vision of… Sytze Voulon

Sytze Voulon has been the regional director North West Europe at Imtech Marine for just over a year now. ...

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The future is unmanned – part 3

Maritime by Holland Magazine has been following the 3i Project, which stands for Integrated Coastal Zone Management ...

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The vision of… Dennis van Arkel

A little bit of Italy in Alphen aan den Rijn: the Benelux subsidiary of the Brevini Group, a global player in the ...

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What does the future hold?

As 2013 looms, it is time to take a look at what 2012 has brought the maritime and offshore industries. Various ...

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Rhapsody of the Seas to Call at Port of Cairns, Australia

The Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal will welcome the Cruise Ship RHAPSODY OF THE SEAS on Thursday 22 November 2012 ...

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UK: MARS Fleet Tankers Dubbed the Tide Class

MARS Fleet Tankers Dubbed the Tide Class

Four new Royal Fleet Auxiliary tankers which will be bought as part of the Military Afloat Reach and Sustainability ...

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