Marine Log Magazine

February 2024 Marine Log magazine focuses on tugs, towboats and dredging.

February 2024

On the heels of Marine Log’s annual TTB (Tugs, Towboats & Barges) event, this issue focuses on that sector, dredging and marine cranes.

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January 2024 Marine Log magazine focuses on river cruises, cruise ships, ports and more.

January 2024

Discover the latest in cruise ship deliveries from around the world. Also, find out about “immersive cruising” on rivers and how ports did in 2023 while looking ahead to the new year.

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Marine Log December 2023

December 2023

This issue celebrates the Top Women in Maritime for 2023 in addition to our selection of distinctive vessels delivered over the year.

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Marine Log November 2023

November 2023

In our annual workboat issue, we look at green deliveries of pilot and patrol boats and support vessels. Also, get a first-person account of the Freemantle Highway salvage story.

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In Marine Log’s October issue, we look at how the latest in ferry and passenger vessel design and technology.

October 2023

In Marine Log’s October issue, we look at how the latest in ferry and passenger vessel design and technology.

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September 2023

This issue looks at harnessing green tech, such as wind power to propel ships, maritime digitalization, and other sustainable technologies.

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August 2023

We explore world shipbuilding options, from Asia and Europe to Canada and beyond. The issue also looks at the latest in ship design technologies.

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July 2023

How is the maritime industry meeting decarbonization standards, implementing green tech, and overcoming the challenges to achieve sustainability?

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June cover of Marine Log magazine

June 2023

Will marine engines be ready for future fuels? We help answer that question in addition to focusing on marine insurance and deck machinery.

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May 2023 Marine Log cover featuring government shipbuilding

May 2023

What are shipyards putting in and on newbuild vessels for both commercial and government projects? Find out this and more in the May issue of Marine Log.

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