Welder welds plate for oceanographic research ship

Thoma-Sea lays keel for new NOAA oceanographic ship

The Thoma-Sea Marine Constructors, LLC shipyard in Houma, La., yesterday hosted a keel laying ceremony for NOAA’s newest oceanographic research ship, Oceanographer. During the ceremony, the initials of the ship’s sponsor, Linda

Polar icebreaker at Davie Shipbuilding

Davie Shipbuilding on track to build 7 icebreakers

Public Services and Procurement Canada says that the Government of Canada is to begin negotiations with Chantier Davie [Davie Shipbuilding] of Lévis, Quebec, aimed at reaching an umbrella agreement that would see

Brødrene Aa delivers the first of 3 carbon fiber cats to Greek ferry operator

Norway’s Brødrene Aa shipyard has delivered the first of three high speed ferries ordered by leading Greek ferry operator Attica Group. Ordered at the end of January 2021, (see earlier story) the

electric commuer ferry

Gothenburg takes delivery of fourth ferry powered by EST-Floattech battery system

The public transportation agency for the Gothenburg, Sweden, region — Västtrafik — has recently a taken delivery of the hybrid electric ferry Eloise. Built by Finnish shipbuilder Työvene, the 33-meter, double-ended commuter ferry is

Bulker with Berg Propulsion solution

Laker’s innovative diesel electric solution delivers emissions savings

A Canadian laker with an advanced Berg diesel electric drive train is already showing significant emissions reductions. Built by China’s Chengxi Shipyard for Canada Steamship Line (CSL) the 26,000 dwt self-unloader, M/V

Damen patrol vessel with Sea Ase bow

Damen Cape Town delivers first of three advanced patrol vessels

Damen Shipyards Cape Town has delivered the first of three state-of-the-art, multi mission inshore patrol vessels (MMIPVs) to the South African Navy. Handed over In a ceremony held at Simons Town Naval

hydrogen powered tugboat

World’s first hydrogen-fueled tugboat launched

Demonstrating that fuel cells are not the only way to use hydrogen is a marine fuel, the world’s first hydrogen-powered tugboat, the Hydrotug, was launched at the Navia, Spain, shipyard of Astilleros

zero-emission push boat

First zero-emission push boat christened in Berlin

After almost two years under construction at the Herman Barthel shipyard in Derban, Germany, what’s claimed to be the world’s first zero-emission push boat, Elektra, was christened this week in Berlin. “The

Strategic Marine engines

Strategic Marine nails down “guaranteed pipeline” of engines

Singapore-based shipbuilder Strategic Marine (S) Pte Ltd has signed a deal with authorized Caterpillar dealer PT Trakindo Utama Singapore Branch covering the supply of 50 Cat C32 ACERT IMO III engines. Citing

USMI announces management changes

John Dane, III, chairman of United States Marine, Inc. (USMI), has announced the appointments of Timothy Hunt as president and Bryant Bernhard, PE as chief technology officer of the Gulfport, Miss., headquartered