Horizon takes steps to deal with revenue shortfall on ferry project

SEPTEMBER 21, 2017 – Horizon Shipbuilding, Bayou La Batre, AL, said today that project revenues from its major NYC Ferry newbuilding project were insufficient for it to continue normal day to day

McLaren Engineering adds to leadership team

AUGUST 29, 2017 — McLaren Engineering Group has hired Stephen Famularo, P.E., as Director of Marine Engineering. He started this week at McLaren’s West Nyack headquarters, joining a staff of more than

McLaren Engineering completes new NYC Ferry landings

AUGUST 9, 2017 — New ferry landings have opened on the NYC Ferry South Brooklyn Route in Bay Ridge, Atlantic Basin, and Brooklyn Bridge Park (Pier 6), in New York Harbor. The

NYC Ferry marks 1 millionth passenger; to open Astoria route

AUGUST 4, 2017—Last week, NYC Ferry carried its 1 millionth rider, capping a speedy three-month start for the new ferry service for New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio marked the milestone

NYC Ferry ups capacity of final three newbuild boats

JUNE 16, 2017 — Demand for New York City’s new NYC Ferry public system has been so strong that the service is already having to charter in additional boats, according to local

NYC Ferry names its first vessel: Lunchbox

APRIL 17, 2017 — Mayor Bill de Blasio today welcomed the first three NYC Ferry vessels into New York Harbor. The boats departed from Liberty Landing in New Jersey this morning before

VIDEO: Metal Shark’s first two for NYC Ferry head for Big Apple

APRIL 13, 2017 — Louisiana-based shipbuilder Metal Shark has completed its first two vessels for New York’s new NYC Ferry and they are now making their way to New York. Late last

NYC Ferry partners with SUNY Maritime on training

APRIL 11, 2017 — New York City’s newest transit system — NYC Ferry Operated by Hornblower — is teaming up with the oldest merchant marine academy in the country—SUNY Maritime College —

Citywide Ferry gets renamed, will launch a month early

APRIL 6, 2017—Things happen in a New York minute. Just a few days after the arrival of the first in what will be a series of 20 ferries being built for New