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The Marine Design Edition

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NO. 9 / VOL. 84 / SEPTEMBER 2022

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Features Departments 4 Authors & Contributors 20 Inside the USCG RDC 6 Editorial Captain Dan Keane, Commanding Officer of the U.S. Coast Guard 8 By the Numbers: Tankers Research & Development Center (RDC), counts on industry and 10 Training Tips for Ships military partnerships as RDC’s force multiplier.

12 Safety @ Sea By Greg Trauthwein 14 Back to the Drawing Board 18 Legal Beat 28 USCG works to ease Supply Chains Woes 23 Shipping & Ports Annual Commandant Adm. Linda Fagan discusses the Coast Guard’s role in 26 Maritime Risk & Insurance helping to ease chronic supply chain disruptions.

38 Tech Talk: AI in Ports By Eric Haun 39 On the Book Shelf: Port Newark & Containerization 40 Event: MRS 2022 30 Allard Castelein, CEO, Port of Rotterdam 54 Tech Feature: Electric Tug Allard Castelein has led automation and decarbonization transition at 56 New Products the Port of Rotterdam via steady hand and strong partnerships.

59 Buyer’s Directory By Greg Trauthwein 60 Classifieds 64 Advertising Index 42 Designing Costa Toscana Tom Strang, SVP, Maritime Affairs, Carnival Corp offers a look under the hood of the LNG-fueled mega cruise ship Costa Toscana.

By Bartolomej Tomic 48 Maritime’s Nuclear Option Fuel choice is the the number one factor driving maritime design, and all options are on the table, including nuclear.

By William Stoichevski

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