[Sponsored Content] Marine Jet Power (MJP) recently appointed Adam Mills as its new regional sales director for the Americas as the company celebrates 35 years of service to the maritime industry. As
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
This issue focuses on a unique approach to ferry design, plus more ferry and cruise industry news. Learn about a new rail ferry, how ferry ridership is set to boom, and more!
In the wake of the deadly fire on the dive boat Conception, safety compliance checks are being conducted underway on smaller, U.S. inspected passenger vessels operating off the California coast. The checks
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) today released data sets from its 2020 National Census of Ferry Operators (NCFO). Key findings from the 246 ferry operators that responded
The recently delivered National Parks Service passenger/utility vessel Annie Moore is outfitted with a complete suite of Furuno navigation electronics at its state-of-the-art helm. The 74-foot all-steel vessel was designed and built
TAI Engineers LLC, New Orleans, La., has completed the detailed design and construction of a new utility vessel, the Annie Moore, for the National Park Service (NPS). NPS will use the 74
Austal Australia has launched a new series of Volta electric-powered high speed ferries, with the first design offered being the fully electric 46-meter Passenger Express 46V. Austal says the Volta series differs
What does the COVID-19 vaccine mean for maritime? Also inside: European maritime, shipbuilding and the supply chain, passenger vessels and the pandemic, and more.
Marine Log’s FERRIES kicked off its first-ever presentation as a virtual event with over 400 participants—nearly quadruple the event’s attendance in 2019. This year’s event was held virtually due to the COVID-19