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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE PRINT MARINE LOG MAGAZINE

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September2005 cover

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE SEPTEMBER 2005 MARINE LOG

PUBLISHER'S LETTER
From crisis spring tales of the human spirit
The Gulf Coast maritime industry is rallying to meet the challenges of recovering from Hurricane Katrina

COVER STORY
New options open up in satcoms
Inmarsat is adding a new generation of satellites--as many new competitors emerge

OFFSHORE
Rig newbuilding slots start to fill
Oil prices are going through the roof...and operators (and speculators) are scrambling to order new offshore rigs

PEMEX looks to "SLICE" seasickness
New generation crewboat technology

SHIP PRODUCTION
Computer muscle pumps up productivity
The world’s largest shipbuilder, Hyundai Heavy Industries, is beefing up its computer systems to hone its efficiency and handle its growing backlog

IT
Cash-free at sea
NavyCash eliminates the need for hard currency on-board naval vessels.

PLUS: Our regular monthly departments, including: Marine Updates, Inside Washington, Marine Equipment News, People in the News ...and much, much, more

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August 2005 issue cover

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE AUGUST 2005 MARINE LOG

COVER STORY
Kicking ferry security up a notch
In the wake of the London terrorist bombings, ferry security was tightened up around the U.S.

PROPULSION
Greening up medium speed diesels
Common rail technology gets an impetus from new IMO emissions regulations

CANADA MARITIME
Canadian yards want to enter the world league
The Canadian Government seeks to bolster the shipbuilding and repair industry--and would like to see an end to market-distorting shipbuilding subsidies

FERRIES
It's a barge, a SWATH and a catamaran
Lockheed Martin designs a car ferry with a multiple personality

PLUS: Our regular monthly departments, including: Marine Updates, Inside Washington, Marine Equipment News, Peoplein the News ...and much, much, more

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July issue cover

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE JULY 2005 MARINE LOG

COATINGS
Slick solutions
Want to cut your fuel bill? The answer may lie in your coatings.

SECURITY
Bigger boxships, bigger security challenges?
The task of inspecting containers is not getting any easier, particularly with container trade volume expected to grow and containerships getting ever larger

ICE CLASS
Marine industry readies for new ice age
Russia wants to export 50 million tons of oil annually to the U.S. A lot of that oil may be transported by new Ice Class tankers...

SUPPLEMENT
Gulf Coast Headliner
Our exclusive annual review of recent commmercial shipbuilding activity at U.S. shipyards in the Gulf Coast.

TUGS
A new spin on ocean tugs
Hawaii's Young Brothers Ltd. recently became the first operators to refit one of its ocean tugs with Nautican Integrated Nozzle and Rudder Units

PLUS: Our regular monthly departments, including: Marine Updates, Inside Washington, Marine Equipment News, Peoplein the News ...and much, much, more

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