Back in August, it was announced that longtime Incat Tasmania customer Buquebús followed through on its plan to switch a 130-meter ferry under construction at the shipyard from LNG to all-electric propulsion.
Washington State Ferries (WSF) is not only the largest ferry system in the U.S., it’s also leading the charge on system-wide electrification. Last week, in the latest in his Results Washington Public
Now that we are getting settled into 2022, Marine Log has a host of new developments coming online this year—including a new conference (to be announced), more webinars focused on offshore developments
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
“The ferry industry is poised to rebound in 2022.” That’s the theme of this year’s Marine Log FERRIES conference set to be presented November 9-10 on the New York Harbor waterfront in
The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) has selected Freire Shipyard in Vigo, Spain, to build its new state-of-the-art research vessel. It is to be named R/V David Packard, in honor of
SEPTEMBER 10, 2018 — Seattle-headquartered naval architecture and marine engineering firm Glosten has opened an East Coast office at 38 Elm Street, New Bedford, MA. Glosten says its expansion to the East