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Feature : Workboat Edition
Technical: Clean Water Technologies; gray water treatment systems.
Product: Multi Mission Boats; Patrol, Escort, Fire and Search & Rescue
Feature : Marine Design Annual
Technical: Deck , Hull and Tank Coatings
Product: Software Solutions: CAD/CAM
Feature : Maritime Port & Ship Security
Technical: Marine Firefighting, Safety & Salvage
Product: Welding & Cutting Equipment
- Marco Ryan Plots a Digital, Connected Course for Wärtsilä page: 7
- The USCG RDC & Electronic Aids To Navigation page: 14
- Interview: Jeong-kie Lee, Chairman, Korean Register & IACS page: 16
- Liquefaction and Lost Bulk Carriers: Is a Design Change Warranted? page: 22
- Making the Case for LPG as a Marine Fuel page: 26
- TOTE Touts 'LNG-as-Fuel' Experience page: 30
- One-on-One with Suzanne Beckstoffer page: 38
- SNAME: Plotting the Path Ahead page: 48
- Case Study: C-Job & Accelerated Concept Design page: 78
- UV-C Keeping Ship Hulls Free from Biofouling page: 79
- Maritime Accidents & Confidential near-miss Reporting page: 10
- Port of San Juan: A Case Study in Port Security Innovation page: 12
- ECDIS & Maritime Accident Investigation page: 14
- Marine Low Sulphur Fuel: Organizing the Switch page: 18
- Maritime Welfare Training: More Important than Ever page: 20
- Mariner Training in Brazil: Inside the Institute of Nautical Sciences page: 28
- Maritime Ports Pushed to Up Cyber Security page: 32
- Maritime Industry's Slow Boat to Cyber Security page: 37
- NASA Welding Technologies Could Revolutionize Workboat Fabrication page: 42
- Maritime Response Services & Non-Tank Vessel Response Plans page: 48