Marine Log’s FERRIES 2022 event will need a larger space than this year’s. Available exhibit space sold out, the conference room was full throughout the entire event, and registration numbers were the
Marine Log’s FERRIES 2021 conference is set to go live and in person in just over three weeks, with a full agenda and a nearly sold out venue. The event will take
With New York City committed to 100% clean electricity by 2040 and carbon neutrality by 2050, it sees offshore wind as vital to the required shift to renewable energy from many sources.
JANUARY 10, 2019 — New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio delivered his sixth State of the City Address on Thursday. Among the plans he unveiled: Ferry Expansion. “The City is keeping
SEPTEMBER 13, 2018 — Highways, roads, and bridges in and around the New York metro area are increasingly clogged with bumper-to-bumper commercial truck and commuter traffic. That’s not news to anyone who
SEPTEMBER 15, 2017—Back on August 1, NYC Ferry—New York City’s new ferry service that connects Manhattan with the outer boroughs—celebrated the carriage of its 1 millionth passenger. An integral part of the
AUGUST 9, 2017 — New ferry landings have opened on the NYC Ferry South Brooklyn Route in Bay Ridge, Atlantic Basin, and Brooklyn Bridge Park (Pier 6), in New York Harbor. The
MARCH 22, 2017 — New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio recently visited the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Pier C dock, where HunterRoberts Construction Group is at work on what the Mayor said
NOVEMBER 20, 2016 —Construction of the first Incat Crowther designed vessels for New York City’s new Citywide ferry service has marked another milestone with completion of the superstructure for the first ferry.
SEPTEMBER 22, 2016 — Construction is now well underway on the 19 Incat Crowther-designed vessels that will service New York City’s first citywide ferry system. According to Mayor Bill de Blasio, the