October 2021 Marine Log

October 2021

This issue focuses on a unique approach to ferry design, plus more ferry and cruise industry news. Learn about a new rail ferry, how ferry ridership is set to boom, and more!

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September 2021 Marine Log magazine

September 2021

While this issue has a focus on the Great Lakes, there’s a lot more: Bulkers going green? What’s the lead cause behind fishing vessel accidents? Also, meet REV LNG CEO David Kailbourne.

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August 2021 Marine Log magazine

August 2021

In this issue, you’ll find stories on cranes at some of the world’s busiest ports, info on the new Rock Hall tug, more insight into hydrogen, and so much more!

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July 2021 Marine Log magazine

July 2021

What’s the buzz on shipyards and repair facilities, marine paints and coatings, Navy shipbuilding, and hydrogen myths? Take a look inside and find out!

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June issue of Marine Log magazine

June 2021

This issue of Marine Log magazine includes several in-depth features on floating wind, green technology, environmental initiatives of ports and terminals, ballast water treatment systems, and LNG as a marine fuel.

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May 2021

In this issue of Marine Log, we answer why cybercrime is heading to the sea, dive into propulsion and emissions, talk about dredging, and more.

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April issue of Marine Log magazine

April 2021

The April issue of Marine Log magazine is all about the U.S. offshore wind jump start, how hydrogen fuel on the inland waterways is a possibility, and more.

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March 2021 Marine Log magazine

March 2021

The March issue of Marine Log covers cruise ports, tanker operations, and more. Plus, Q&As with Richard Janssen on salvage capacity and William Doyle, with the Maryland Port Administration.

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February 2021 Marine Log magazine

February 2021

When it comes to tugs and towboats, is the U.S. ready to adapt to new technology? Why is it important that design sync with shipyard capabilities?

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January 2021 Marine Log magazine

January 2021

What does the COVID-19 vaccine mean for maritime? Also inside: European maritime, shipbuilding and the supply chain, passenger vessels and the pandemic, and more.

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