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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE DECEMBER ISSUE

DD21: FIRST OF A NEW BREED

SHIP REPAIR: WHAT'S AHEAD

SAN RAFAEL: 204 ft DP OSV

MARITIME WEBSITE DIRECTORY

LIVING WITH BOUNCING BUNKER PRICES

DISTINCTIVE SHIPS FROM SOUTH KOREA

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE NOVEMBER ISSUE

OFFSHORE: DEEP THINKING AND SHALLOW BREATHING

SUPPLY BOAT DAY RATES START TO RISE

MISSISSIPPI BLUES AND BRIGHT SPOTS


CRUISE FLEET BUILD UP STRETCHES YARDS

PROPULSION CHOICES BROADEN

NEW WAY TO BUILD SHIPS-SANDWICH PLATE CONSTRUCTION


IMO MOVES ON TANKER PHASE-OUTS


HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE OCTOBER 2000 ISSUE

Kværner Philadelphia starts flying

Ferries and fast craft: Five yards vie for Alaska prize

PacifiCats' wave woes

FERRIES 2000 preview

Antifoulings: What next?

Ship management: Europe's incentives to flag-in highlight officer shortage

 HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE SEPTEMBER 2000 ISSUE

GERMAN SHIPBUILDING: Orders for Cruiseliners and RO/RO's roll in

TANKERS: Time for a new National Defense Tanker Construction Program!

PROPULSION: When to choose diesel-electric

SHIP REPAIR: Majors talk merger

 HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE AUGUST 2000 ISSUE

CRUISE SHIPPING: GETTING GREENER
Cruise shipowners are thinking greener, something that's reflected in the new genration of larger, more environment friendly, ships

DYNAMIC POSITIONING: NOT JUST FOR THE OFFSHORE SECTOR
Cruise ships, too, can benefit from DP

ELECTRONICS: BLACK BOXES ON THE BRIDGE
IMO is set to require Voyage Data Recorders on some ships at least starting in 2002

U.S. MARINE DIRECTORY LISTINGS

MARITIME FINANCE
Legislation might make Title XI more accessible to small shipowners

 

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE JULY ISSUE 

E-BIZ
Shipping veterans give a portal a marine insiders' flavor

COVER STORY: CRUISING
Broadening a red, white and blue niche

SHIP REPAIR?

  • WHERE TO REPAIR? International Editor Alan Thorpe takes a look at low cost repair centers
  • Detyens refurbishes and reactivates an LNG carrier

SHIPBUILDING: The product model meets the web

BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT
A breakthrough solution?

PLUS: Sixth Annual GULF COAST HEADLINER

  • Deepwater calling
  • Double Vision: Bollinger Shipyards and FirstWave Marine both look to attract customers with a network solution
  • PCTC and construction vessel are among new additions to Gulf Coast yards' orderbook

HIGHLIGHTS FROM JANUARY- JUNE 2000

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