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WORKBOATS 10 SATCOM 30 MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS IS THERE ENOUGH MARITIME BANDWIDTH THE PAPERLESS SHIP As maritime increasingly turns to 24/7 connectivity, Intelsat The future is now, and maritime is moving more rapidly than you contends there is enough to go around. think toward the the paperless ship.

By Chris Insall By William Stoichevski 14 Preparedness Viewing maritime history with 20/20 vision provides clear 32 SATCOM 12 USMMA path on the brownwater sector’s IS IT A SHIP OR AN ICEBERG?

need to prepare for the future.

APOCALYPSE NOW Canada is leading the development of technology to more easily As the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy abruptly cancels its Sea discriminate between ships and icebergs.

By Damon Vaughan

Term, Joe Keefe asks; ‘What’s next’?

By Andrew Safer

By Joseph Keefe 36 FISHING FLEET QUARTERLY 16 Subchapter M: 18 LOGISTICS BUYING NORWEGIAN Slow Steaming PANAMA CANAL: RISK & REWARD In part III of 2016 coverage, MR examines technology and ? eet With the release of the ? nal rule A new study from Allianz breaks down the Panama Canal widening development in the Norwegian commercial ? shing cluster.

on ‘SubM’ rules, it appears to be by the numbers, and the result may not be to expectation. ‘slow walking’ regaring the By William Stoichevski inspection of towing vessels.

By Andrew Kinsey

By Dennis Bryant 46 TRAINING & EDUCATION EFFECTIVE MARITIME INSTRUCTORS Tips and techniques to improve you maritime teaching skills.

By Richard (Joe) Sloly 2 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • JULY 2016

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