Top Women in Maritime

VIDEO: Top Women in Maritime

Every year, Marine Log’s editorial team carefully selects 20 women of varied backgrounds, ages and locations based on nominations submitted by those in the industry. Featured here are just some of our

VIDEO: Chinese vessels risk collisions with Philippines Coast Guard

The Philippines Coast Guard (PCG) has released video showing aggressively close maneuvering by a Chinese Coast Guard vessel that brought it within 21 yards of a PCG vessel. The incident took place

VIDEO: Ukraine destroys Russian Navy ship

On Monday, Russian state media channels showed the Russian Navy Alligator class landing ship Orsk offloading armored vehicles and tanks at the port of Berdyansk, in southern Ukraine. This morning, the General

Water blasting offers many environmental advantages over traditional grit blasting

VIDEO: Everett Ship Repair puts water blasting systems to work

Moving towards its goal of operating as a green, environmentally conscious Pacific Northwest shipyard, Everett Ship Repair LLC (ESR) has taken delivery of two new 40,000 psi ultra-high-pressure (UHP) water blasting systems.

VIDEO: American Cruise Lines fifth modern riverboat hits the water

Chesapeake Shipbuilding’s Salisbury, Md., shipyard last week launched American Symphony, the fifth vessel in American Cruise Lines modern riverboat class. American Symphony will begin cruising the Mississippi River in August 2022. Construction

attack on merchant ship caught on video

VIDEO: Russian attacks on merchant ships reported

As Russia continues its invasion of Ukraine, reports of Russian attacks on merchant ships are growing. Video posted on YouTube shows the Moldovan flagged, bunker vessel Millennial Spirit (IMO7392610) in flames after

VIDEO: Virginia-class submarine Montana completes sea trials

Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE:HII) reports that the Virginia-class fast attack submarine Montana (SSN 794) successfully completed its initial sea trials last week. Built at HII’s Newport News Shipbuilding division, the submarine spent

Grounded tug

VIDEO: Tug and barge carrying munitions run aground

A tug and barge chartered by the Navy’s Military Sealift Command ran aground at Deerfield Beach, Fla., February 3. The barge was carrying ordnance, fuel and other supplies for the Atlantic Undersea

Fully-electric ferry on water

VIDEO: Fully-electric ferry is first of its kind in southern hemisphere

The first fully-electric, high-speed passenger ferry in the southern hemisphere recently made its debut in Wellington, New Zealand. The 19 meter long ferry, the Ika Rere, can carry up to 132 passengers

LPD launches from Ingalls floating dry dock

VIDEO: Ingalls Shipbuilding launches LPD 29

Huntington Ingalls Industries’ (NYSE: HII) reports that its Ingalls Shipbuilding division has successfully launched the amphibious transport dock Richard M. McCool Jr. (LPD 29), the 13th LPD in the San Antonio class