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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE NOVEMBER MARINE LOG

TIGHTENING THE MARITIME SECURITY BLANKET
The rules of the new game

DISTINCTIVE SHIPS FROM KOREA
Our annual special feature

WHAT'S AHEAD FOR U.S. SHIPBUILDING?
Industry leaders give their views

POWER & PROPULSION
Recent developments include a thruster that contrarotates as well as azimuths


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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE NOVEMBER MARINE LOG

OFFSHORE: MORE BOAT, LESS LENGTH
New generation OSV's pack in more productivity per foot of hul length.

VT HALTER MARINE: UP AND RUNNING
A major American shipbuilder has a powerful new parent

PRINCESS PICKS A PRINCE CHARMING
The merger battle that's dominated the cruise market news this year looks to be over

SHIPS AND MONEY
Alas, your banker may not be ready to help you emulate the industry giants

SENESCO MAKES PROGRESS
A Rhode Island shipyard is growing its business

A NEW SULZER COMPLETES SHOP TRIALS
Breakthrough in two stroke technology

TUNNEL THRUSTER OR DROP DOWN?
Joe Becker of Thrustmaster of Texas explains how to make the right choice

GETTING UP TO SPEED ON THE HSV
With training from MarineSafety International


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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE OCTOBER MARINE LOG

FERRIES GO THE DISTANCE
The U.S. is the world's hottest fast ferry market, says at least one insider. Here's what's happening!

DESIGNING SHIPS IN VIRTUAL SPACE SAVES REAL WORLD DOLLARS

HIGH TECH LUBE FOR HIGH TECH FERRRY

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE SEPTEMBER MARINE LOG

EUROPEAN MARITIME INDUSTRIES POWER UP FOR NEW CHALLENGES
European maritime companies are looking to a mix of subsidies and technological innovation to take them into a future that's also likely to see further mergers and acquisitions in the marine equipment supplier base.

U.S. ATLANTIC YARDS BUST THEIR NICHES

A KINDER, GENTLER FUEL PUMP?

INMARSAT'S FLEET 77 CATCHES ON

FREIGHT TRUCKS OF THE OIL PATCH: A LOOK AT LIFT BOATS

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE AUGUST MARINE LOG

MARITIME SECURITY NIGHTMARE: WHAT'S IN THAT BOX
Shipowners and seaports find themselves on the frontline in the war on terrorism. And one of the biggest challenges is knowing what's inside the ubiquitous shipping container.

ANTIFOULING:LIFE FREE FROM TIN

NEW DESIGN DEEPWATER OSV's

HARBOR TUGS NEAR COMPLETION AT CHINESE YARD

HYDROGEN: FUTURE FERRY FUEL?

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE JULY MARINE LOG

GULF COAST HEADLINER 2002
Our annual in-depth review of developments in America's most diverse shipbuilding region

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATIONS: WHAT'S ON THE RADAR?
Recent developments in carriage requirements for shipboard navigation/communications equipment.

MARINE POLLUTION: WHAT'S COVERED, WHAT'S NOT
An interview with WQIS President Rich Hobbie

FERRY DESIGNERS TACKLE THE TRUCK MARKET

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE JUNE 2002 MARINE LOG

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U.S. shipbuilding still consolidating
After the Ingallization of Avondale and Newport News, will we see the Bollingization of Halter?

Shipping after 9/11
Shipowners are living with tigher security and softer freight rates

Park n’ cruise
Besides offering attractive prices, one way cruise lines are keeping passenger numbers up is by deploying ships to ports that customers can drive to

World yards face softer prices
After setting order taking records, yards now face weaker ship demand

Navy build rate needs a boost
Yards are hoping Congress will find more money for warships

A thirst for deep water
The big oil and gas discoveries are at greater depths and further from markets

Growing new ferry markets
Water taxis, new routes and other developments are keeping ferry demand buoyant.

The ATB answer to OPA
OPA ’90 double hull requirements are driving demand for articulated tug barge combos

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE MAY 2002 MARINE LOG

INMARSAT LAUNCHES FLEET
A new service from Inmarsat offers many of the features associated with broadband utilizing an antenna that's just 77 cm across and a 4 kg "Below Decks Unit"


MANAGING THE SHIP'S FLOATING TELEPHONE COMPANY
Paying a flat fee for online, all the time VSAT service, the shipowner becomes a "floating telephone company." Now MCS offers a product that helps manage that phone company with a combination least cost router and onboard billing system that assigns costs to the correct onboard user

SAY ALOHA TO WEB-BASED SECURITY

The State of Hawaii is introducing a web-based maritime security solution

CLEAN AND COMPACT POWER
New generation diesels promise more power from less space, on less fuel, with lower emissions

OFFSHORE: A NEW BREED OF JACK-UPS
Rowan Companies' Gorillas will soon be joined by Tarzan

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE APRIL 2002 MARINE LOG

OSV’s hit the Big Time
Oil patch operators are pumping big bucks into upgrading their deepwater OSV fleets, particularly PSV’s and AHT’s.


Transforming the Navy

Where have all America’s mariners gone?


Focus: Scandinavia

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE MARCH 2002 MARINE LOG

IZAR brings Europe back into LNG construction

Prices under pressure in repair market

Safety focus changes to security
Even as IMO grapples with implementing STCW certification, one of its working groups has proposed sweeping measures to secure ships against terrorism


Putting an end to ship design conflicts
A new module in DEFCAR makes placing equipment and machinery and pipe routing a lot easier

Bayou La Batre :Not just shrimp
Small fishing town is netting big business from the oil patch


Title XI faces ax
The Bush Administration again seeks to “zero out” an important shipbuilding program

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE FEBRUARY 2002 MARINE LOG

Cruise lines fill new berths the old fashioned way

Tankers and the new MARPOL phase out schedule

Owners take a longer look at crewboats

Germany’s maritime industry: A new era
German shipbuilders and marine equipment suppliers face life without direct shipbuilding subsidies

Happy (ferry)landings

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE JANUARY 2002 MARINE LOG

Keeping it Green: Environmental regulation and the vessel operator

Ferry operators in a New York state of mind

Soy beans, Dr. Diesel and Ferries

Website directory

Maritime security and "smart cards"

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