Hornblower Group reports that its subsidiary, Hornblower Energy, has received an $8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to design, construct and operate a green hydrogen maritime fueling station.
Poland’s Remontowa Shipbuilding has contracted Wärtsilä to supply engines, fuel storage and supply systems for three new RoPax vessels to be operated by ferry companies Unity Line and Polferries. While Remontowa has
On February 10, U.S. Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.), a senior member of the Senator Appropriations Committee, joined state and local transit leaders from the Kitsap Peninsula for a wide ranging discussion of
Wärtsilä has signed a five-year optimized maintenance agreement with Société des traversiers du Québec (STQ). It covers two LNG-fueled ferries, the Jos Deschenes II and Armand Imbeau II, each of which operates
Designer CoCo Yachts B.V. of the Netherlands reports that a keel laying ceremony was recently held for two all-electric ferries on order at Holland Shipyards Group for Dutch ferry operator Riveer. The
Gorinchen, Netherlands-headquartered CoCo Yachts reports that Zan Fast Ferries of Zanzibar, Tanzania, has ordered a third CoCo Yachts designed high speed passenger craft. The vessel, a Coastal Cruiser 599, will join two
Marine Log’s FERRIES 2022 event will need a larger space than this year’s. Available exhibit space sold out, the conference room was full throughout the entire event, and registration numbers were the
There are a lot of moving parts to designing a ferry system, and the boat itself is just the one that floats. Ferries—and in particular commuter ferries—are components of overall transportation networks.
The latest Island Class battery hybrid ferry to join the BC Ferries fleet is set to give its battery capabilities an endurance test. The ferry, which departed Damen’s Galati, Romania, shipyard at
Marine Log’s FERRIES 2021 conference is set to go live and in person in just over three weeks, with a full agenda and a nearly sold out venue. The event will take