Amer Kalla, director of production design, TAI Engineers LLC.

TAI Engineers names Amer Kalla director of production design

S&B Infrastructure Ltd.’s New Orleans based naval architecture and marine engineering consultancy TAI Engineers LLC (TAI) has appointed Amer Kalla director of production design. Based in Houston, Kalla will leverage his extensive

While naval architects, shipyards and equipment suppliers saw a boom in their immediate future, the renewal of the fishing fleet has barely begun.

Op-Ed: Engineering insights when building a trawler

By Jim Towers, PE Principal in Charge, Elliott Bay Design Group Constructing a new factory trawler fishing vessel in the United States is not an undertaking for the faint of heart. Thinking

Daniel Eling

BHGI promotes Daniel Eling to engineering manager

Bristol, R.I., headquartered Bristol Harbor Group, Inc. (BHGI) has promoted senior naval architect Daniel P. Eling, P.E., to engineering manager. Eling, who has been with BHGI for six years, holds a bachelor

hydrogen-hybrid research vessel

Key suppliers selected for world’s first hydrogen-hybrid research vessel

Ballard Power Systems and Chart Industries have been selected by Glosten and Siemens Energy to provide the fuel cells and hydrogen storage system for what is slated to be the first hydrogen-hybrid

The Archipelago zero.63 boasts a parallel hybrid system, seamlessly combining the clean energy derived from a pair of methanol reformers and hydrogen fuel cells.

Design for world-first methanol-powered leisure vessel completed

Archipelago Yachts, in collaboration with Chartwell Marine, has announced the successful completion of the design for its groundbreaking zero-carbon leisure vessel, the Archipelago zero.63. The project harnesses cutting-edge technology to set a

3D model of hopper dredge designed by Damen Engineering using NAPA software

Podcast: Trends in ship design via 3D modeling

In this episode of Marine Log’s Listen Up! podcast, we’re talking to NAPA’s Mikko Forss on the growing use of 3D models in ship design and how this supports greater collaboration between

Meyer and C-Job in strategic alliance

Meyer Group takes 50% stake in C-Job Naval Architects

Germany’s Meyer Group has entered into strategic partnership with C-Job Naval Architects that will see it take a 50% stake in the Netherlands-headquartered ship design and engineering company. With three shipyards, two

Richard Mueller, SNAME President-elect

NETSCo’s Richard Mueller named SNAME President-elect

The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) has named Richard Mueller its President-elect. Mueller, who is president and CEO of Columbia Station, Ohio, headquartered naval architecture and marine engineering firm

The CT-120 is a sizeable oceangoing tug made for long-distance and emergency towing, and moderate-duty anchor handling.

Glosten unveils CT-120 tug design

Glosten, Seattle, Wash., has announced its new tug design, a 120- by 39-foot tug with a molded depth of 23 feet. The CT-120 is a sizeable oceangoing tug made for long-distance and

Bow view of RAstar 3200-W

Suez Canal Authority orders 10 RAstar 3200-W ASD tugs

Egypt’s South Red Sea Shipyard has awarded Vancouver, B.C.-based Robert Allan Ltd. a contract for the design of 10 RAstar 3200-W ASD tugs to be built for the Suez Canal Authority. These