Ferries 2021

image description
November 9, 2021 - November 10, 2021 | Hyatt Regency Jersey City on the Hudson | Jersey City, NJ
THE FERRY INDUSTRY IS POISED TO REBOUND IN 2022

Event Info

MARINE LOG IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE 34TH ANNUAL FERRIES CONFERENCE WILL BE A LIVE IN-PERSON EVENT TAKING PLACE IN THE NEW YORK CITY AREA ON NOVEMBER 9-10, 2021

Marine Log’s Annual FERRIES Conference is an opportunity for the ferry industry to come together for the first time in more than a year to share experiences, network, look for new suppliers and reconnect with existing suppliers.

Top 5 Reasons to Attend FERRIES 2021
1. Prepare for the anticipated boom in ferry ridership at the first ferry event in 18 months for the Marine Log community.
2. Be ready for changing industry regulations and compliance targets under the new administration.
3. Take home lessons learned from ferry owners and operators, including moving to safer, more energy-efficient vessels.
4. Discover new ways to meet economic and environmental targets through technology, innovative operational strategies, and vessel design.
5. Find out how smaller operations can benefit from emerging technologies and diversify their business.

Keynote Address

Cecilia Kushner, AICP

Executive Vice President, Planning Division, New York City Economic Development Corporation
Post-COVID: Contactless Ticketing & Lessons Learned

Cameron Clark

Hornblower Group
Small-Scale Ferry Operations

Nigel Cabral

Tideline Marine Group
First Zero-carbon, Hydrogen Fuel Cell Ferry Launches

Pace Ralli

SWITCH Maritime LLC
Bringing the Norwegian Experience to U.S. Ferry Operators

Bruce Strupp

ABB Marine & Ports
Glosten: Foil Ferry Progress

Matthew A. Lankowski

Glosten
Vessel with Voltage: Updating a Transit District Fleet with Hybrid Technology

Hank Berg

Casco Bay Island Transit District
Panel: Advancements in Ferry Design

Morgan Fanberg

Glosten
Regulations: What’s There to Worry About?

Edmund B. Welch

Passenger Vessel Association
Panel: Advancements in Ferry Design

James Moran

BMT
Panel: Advancements in Ferry Design

John Motlow

Zero Emission Industries
Ferry Ridership: Preparing for a Boom

Seamus Murphy

WETA
Building the SSG Michael H. Ollis

Joey D’Isernia

Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Inc.

Staten Island Ferry Tour – WAITLIST
A highlight of this year’s FERRIES conference will be an in-person tour of the SSG Michael H. Ollis, sponsored by UES Seating. Attendees will get a guided tour of the vessel’s pilothouse, engineroom, and its passenger spaces.

NYCDOT will also allow guests to explore its full mission pilothouse simulator. Designed as a close reproduction of the Ollis Class pilothouse, the simulator features the same Furuno radars and Transas ECS units as the ferries.

A Q&A session will conclude the tour on the saloon deck of the ferry.

Hotel & Venue
Attendees receive a discounted hotel rate of $205/night (+taxes/fees) at the Hyatt Regency Jersey City on the Hudson. This rate is available 3 days pre- and post-event. Our room block ends on October 22, 2021 at 5pm ET.

Reserve your room online now:
https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/group-booking/NEWJP/G-MLF2

Phone reservations:
(888) 591-1234 and mention group code G-MLF2.

Sponsorships
Contact David Harkey at [email protected] or 973.563.0109 for more information on how you can connect with Ferries 2021 attendees.

Contact Us
Questions? Reach us at [email protected]

Supporting Organizations

platinum
tour sponsor
gold
gold
gold
gold
luncheon sponsor
silver
silver
silver
silver
silver
silver
silver
silver
silver
bronze
bronze
bronze
bronze
bronze
bronze
bronze
bronze
bronze
bronze

 

Program subject to change. 

Moderators: Gary Lynch, Publisher, Marine Log | Heather Ervin, Editor-in-Chief, Marine Log

Registration | Continental Breakfast in the Exhibit Area

Opening Remarks
Gary Lynch, Publisher, Marine Log

Keynote Address
Cecilia Kushner, AICP, Executive Vice President, Planning Division, New York City Economic Development Corporation

Post-COVID: Contactless Ticketing and Lessons Learned
Cameron Clark, Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer, Hornblower Group

Sponsor Spotlight

Coffee Break in the Exhibit Area

Vessel with Voltage: Updating a Transit District Fleet with Hybrid Technology
Hank Berg, General Manager, Casco Bay Lines

Glosten: Foil Ferry Progress
Matthew Lankowski, Senior Ocean Engineer, Glosten

Luncheon in the Exhibit Area

Cummins Sponsor Spotlight

Small-scale Ferry Operations
Nigel Cabral, Chief Executive Officer, Tideline Marine Group

Worldwide Ferry Safety Association Spotlight
Roberta Weisbrod, Executive Director, Worldwide Ferry Safety Association

Coffee Break in the Exhibit Area

Ridership Growth: Preparing for the Boom
Cameron Clark, Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer, Hornblower Group
Nigel Cabral, Chief Executive Officer, Tideline Marine Group
Seamus Murphy, Executive Director, San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA)

Regulations: What’s There to Worry About?
Edmund Welch, Legislative Director, Passenger Vessel Association

Closing Remarks
Gary Lynch, Publisher, Marine Log

Cocktail Reception in the Exhibit Area

Conference Day Ends

Morning Coffee in the Exhibit Area

Opening Remarks
Gary Lynch, Publisher, Marine Log

Bringing the Norwegian Experience to US Ferry Operators
Bruce Strupp, Senior Account Manager, ABB Marine & Ports

First Zero-Carbon, Hydrogen Fuel Cell Ferry Launches
Pace Ralli, Chief Executive Officer, SWITCH Maritime LLC

Building the SSG Michael H. Ollis
Joey D’Isernia, President, Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Inc.

Coffee Break in the Exhibit Area

Advancements in Ferry Design
James Moran, Project Manager, BMT
Morgan Fanberg, President, Glosten
John Motlow, Executive Vice President, ZEI

Closing Remarks
Gary Lynch, Publisher, Marine Log

Brunch in the Exhibit Area

Group Meetup in the Lobby

Group Departs for Staten Island Ferry Tour | Sponsored by UES Seating
Tour will be approximately 90 minutes. Limited space available.

Group Returns to Hotel | Conference Adjourns

Sponsorships

Marine Log’s Annual FERRIES Conference is an opportunity for the ferry and passenger vessel industry to come together for the first time in more than a year to share experiences, network, look for new suppliers and reconnect with existing suppliers.

This means it is an opportunity to put your company at the center of the action through sponsorships designed to provide maximum return on your investment.