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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE DECEMBER 2001 ISSUE

FAST CATS, STEALTHY CORVETTES ON THE SHOPPING LIST?BEEFING UP SECURITY OFFSHORE

CRUISING AFTER 9/11: BARGAIN DEALS AND A MEGA MERGER

MORE FUNDING AHEAD FOR FERRIES?

MARINE LOG MARINE ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS 2001

DISTINCTIVE SHIPS FROM KOREA

MARITIME WEBSITE DIRECTORY

PLUS: ALL OUR REGULAR DEPARTMENTS

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE NOVEMBER 2001 ISSUE

FAST CATS, STEALTHY CORVETTES ON THE SHOPPING LIST?
CRISIS COVERAGE

  • CRUISING TAKES A BRUISING
  • DON'T LET THE TERRORISTS TAKE YOUR SHIPS

FEATURES

  • OWNERS TOO SLOW TO DOUBLE HULL?
  • FAMILY VALUES STRONG IN OFFSHORE BIZ
  • CUT THE NOX, SAVE THE PORT CHARGES
  • CLEANING UP THE BRIDGE
  • DEADLINE SET FOR ORGANOTIN BIN
  • MORE NEWBUILDING BARGAINS

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE OCTOBER 2001 ISSUE

FAST CATS, STEALTHY CORVETTES ON THE SHOPPING LIST?COVER STORY
NEW KIND OF WAR, NEW KIND OF NAVY?

FERRIES TO THE RESCUE AFTER WTC HORROR

Also in the OCTOBER print issue:

    • NEW LOOK AT ASSESSMENT OF ALTERNATIVE TANKER DESIGNS
    • TRAINING BRIDGE TEAMS FOR NEW GENERATION ALASKA TANKERS
    • SHIP REPAIR REMODELS ITSELF
    • and all our regular departments

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE SEPTEMBER 2001 ISSUE

IBM Shipbuilding Solutions permit virtual walk-through of digital shipCOVER STORY
DESIGNING THE SHIP FOR LIFE

Also in the September print issue:

      • Putting the sparkle into yacht cruises
      • Training crews for high speed operations
      • Cutting cylinder oil consumption
      • Special supplement: FOCUS ON FINLAND

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE AUGUST 2001 ISSUE

A LOOK AT THE LATEST MARINE NAVIGATION TECHNOLOGYFAST CATS IN NEW HATS
The U.S. military is appraisinf the capability of two Australian high speed catamarans—perhaps pointing the way not only to new military roles for this type of vessel but also to new civilian cargo carrying applications

Q&A with Tom Bertken, CEO of the San Francisco Water Transit Authority
A look at the latest offerings from leading coatings manufacturers and surface preparation equipment suppliers.

Fast ferries: Greeks on a buying binge
A look at some international developments in the fast ferry market

AIS: THE NEXT ONBOARD NECESSITY
The latest item of electronics to be mandated onboard ship is Automated Identity Systems

SHIP REPAIR: THE BOUTIQUE APPROACH
The alternative to repairs in the full service repair yard is to have specialized systems looked after by specialized repairers

MILESTONE FOR MARITEL
Maritel's Gulf Region ushers in a new era in VHF communications


Update
Bender gets containership order and more new business is in the pipeline for other U.S. yards, plus many other stories

Washington
Better prospects for Title XI. Coast Guard move signals limits of Supreme Court restraints on states' rights to make maritime legislation


HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE JULY 2001 ISSUE

A LOOK AT THE LATEST MARINE NAVIGATION TECHNOLOGYTanker newbuilding slots get tighter
Tanker freight rates have plunged from recent highs. But the industry fundamentals remain sound and shipowners continue to place orders

Picking—and applying—the right coating
A look at the latest offerings from leading coatings manufacturers and surface preparation equipment suppliers.

New medium speed diesel from Rolls-Royce
A three-year collaboration between Hyundai Heavy Industries and Rolls-Royce has now born fruit with the introduction of a compact new medium speed engine, the Bergen C25:33 L.

Simulator training: All gain, no pain
A look at MarineSafety International’s Newport, R.I. facility

GULF COAST HEADLINER 2001
This year’s in-depth look at the U.S. Gulf Coast marine industry finds most shipyards and suppliers with full orderbooks as the offshore business continues to boom. On the cover of the Headliner: Wes Bordelon, first of three versatile 145 ft supply boats from Bollinger Shipyards for Bordelon Marine

Editorial:Title XI in the news


Update
Breakthrough for Kvaerner Philadelphia. Canada gets a shipbuilding policy. Korean e-commerce venture flops. From dot com to not com. Izar delivers Spain’s largest ROPAX. Bender protests LSV award. RCL defers newbuilding options. Joint venture for USCG Deepwater Project. Waterborne trucking to ease I-95 woes? Big three tighten ISM policy. Move to end “flag shopping.” Dramatic wreck removal by Titan

Washington
House votes more money for USCG


Highlights from the January-June 2001 issues

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