Massachusetts

  • 101 Academy Drive
    Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
    Tel: (508) 830-5012 
    Email: blima@maritime.edu
    Website: www.maritime.edu
    President: Rear Admiral Richard Gurnon

    The Company:
    Massachusetts Maritime Academy is one of nine Massachusetts State Universities. Established in 1891, the academy now offers seven undergraduate and two master’s degrees. Approximately 50-60% of the undergraduates are enrolled in unlimited USCG Merchant Marine License preparatory programs. 1,350 students are members of the Regiment of Cadets residing on campus. The academy operates a training vessel (T.S. Kennedy) used to acquire sea service for the cadets. The academy also has an 87 ton auxiliary training vessel (Ranger) used during the academic semesters for coastal navigation. There are also two tugs (Alert and Hercules) and a barge that supports the Mate of Towing program. The Academy has a vast array of simulators used for undergraduate and professional mariner training. The engineering program has a live steam plant with a condensing turbine used for training along with multiple live and static machinery including diesel, gas turbine and steam turbines.

    The Case:
    Massachusetts Maritime Academy was recently ranked by Ex-Education Secretary William Bennett as one of the best 150 colleges in America worth attending. The academy is ranked number three nationally on a list of public universities for best Return on Investment. Forbes Magazine listed Massachusetts Maritime as one of the top 15 colleges in the nation for return on investment. Job placement of its graduates is typically 97% six months out from graduation.



    (As published in the August 2014 edition of Marine News - http://magazines.marinelink.com/Magazines/MaritimeNews)

  • VLCC Tankers, Inc. VI have applied to the Maritime Administration for Title XI guarantees to aid in financing the retrofitting of the tankers Massachusetts, New York, and Maryland, respectively, in compliance with new U.S. Coast Guard requirements. Each of the 265,000-dwt, 35,000- shp tankers

  • Chevron Shipping. Prior to that he was superintendent engineer of Tankers Company in New York City. He holds B.S. degrees in engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. Schnitzer-Levin Marine, part of the Schnitzer Group of companies, sells and

  • The Tenth Naval Hydrodynamics Symposium will be held June 24-28, 1974 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass. This internationally recognized symposium has been held biennially since 1956, alternately in this country and abroad. This year, the symposium is being sponsored

  • Bay, MA  02532 Tel: (508) 830-5012 Email: blima@maritime.edu Website: www.maritime.edu President: RADM Fran McDonald   The Company: Massachusetts Maritime Academy offers seven undergraduate Bachelor of Science degrees and two graduate Masters of Science programs. The regiment of cadets is

  • that the most effective training is on the water, at the helm. While training on real-world vessels can be tough due to time and safety constraints, Massachusetts Maritime Academy maintains its unique solutions: the Manned Model Shiphandling Program on the Great Herring Pond.   The Manned Model Shiphandling

  • and chief operating officer. Mr. Gwyn brings over 30 years of marine industry experience to his new position and is joining Bird- Johnson from the Massachusetts Shipbuilders Corporation, where he had been president and chief executive officer for the past three years. In his new position, Mr. Gwyn is second

  • secondary sewage treatment facilities will be constructed along with an effluent outfall tunnel extending nine miles under the ocean floor in Massachusetts Bay. The vessels are designed to permit the rapid securing of trailers to mate with purpose-built shoreside transfer bridges and incorporate many

  • and an application form, call or write: Dr. Paul Brown, Director, Advanced Study Programs, Center for Advanced Engineering Study, Room 9- 335, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02139, Telephone: 617-253-6161, Telex: 92- 1473, Telecopier: 617-258-8831. If you have questions about

  • As part of an effort by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) to rejuvenate Boston Harbor, the Quincy shipyard, renamed the Fore River Staging Area, will be the site of a $6.1-billion redevelopment project. In 1987 the MWRA purchased the 180-acre Fore River shipyard from General

  • Administration has approved in principle an application for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing the reconstruction of the 264,000-dwt tankers Massachusetts, New York, and Maryland to comply with the Port and Tanker Safety Act of 1978. Each of the vessels was built with the aid of constructiondifferentia

  • The New England Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers met in March at the faculty club of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Following a social hour and dinner, the 100 attending members were greeted by a special guest for the evening, Robert G. Mende, secretary of

  • MR Nov-19#20  programs. The Maryland  by Massachusetts came from this fund)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 20

    sociations. $200,000 of the awards made the United States is growing wind turbine manufacturers and opera- development programs. The Maryland by Massachusetts came from this fund. exponentially, with multiple tors. GWO created training standards are Energy Administration introduced the Ørsted and

  • MR Nov-19#4  (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts 
Maritime Academy)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4

    and electronic. MarineLMS. Poulter Keefe Scott Poulter is founder & CEO of Paci? c Green Technologies. Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy and editor of MarineNews. Stoichevski William Stoichevski is MR’s correspondent in Norway. Member Knight F. Daniel Knight is

  • MT Oct-19#45   (DKP) embayment.
Credit: Massachusetts Division of Marine)
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    SeaTrac’s new SP-48 production model ASV. Buddy Duncan, SeaTrac. The Duxbury, Kingston and Plymouth (DKP) embayment. Credit: Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries www.marinetechnologynews.com Marine Technology Reporter 45 MTR #8 (34-49).indd 45 10/8/2019 9:57:24 AM

  • MT Oct-19#44  as the tide goes out.
Massachusetts, forming a complex)
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    in as the tide rises and then the Eelgrass (Zostera marina) is a valuable coastal habitat in discharge from the estuaries as the tide goes out. Massachusetts, forming a complex underwater landscape that The dif? culty in DKP is simple: the embayment is very large stabilizes sea? oor and adjacent

  • MR Oct-19#4  (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts 
Matthew Bonvento)
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    , and a regu- sory Board. lar contributor to Maritime Reporter & Engineering News. Keefe Bonvento Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts Matthew Bonvento is the newest Assistant Professor in the Maritime Academy and editor of MarineNews. SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION Department of

  • MN Sep-19#53  bachelor’s degree in  The Massachusetts Port Authority 
marine)
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    an MBA from the College of ? eet and later serving as a senior port William and Mary. Separately, Premo captain. He has a bachelor’s degree in The Massachusetts Port Authority marine transportation from the Mari- (Massport) Board of Directors voted Sabbatini was promoted to vice presi- dent of central

  • MN Sep-19#50  the Merrimack River in Massachusetts, the Lowell  ell Fire)
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    still pro- viding unparalleled safety and unsurpassed performance. The new boat will also provide water access for the Low- On the Merrimack River in Massachusetts, the Lowell ell Fire Department during dive team and medical rescue Police Department recently took delivery of a new RIB- operations. Originally

  • MN Sep-19#40 , MA, 
yard Wind, off Massachusetts, about 14 miles from)
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    . In fact, of course, The project most likely to start after Dominion is Vine- there are state and local reviews. And in Edgartown, MA, yard Wind, off Massachusetts, about 14 miles from the on Martha’s Vineyard, the Edgartown Conservation Com- southeast corner of Martha’s Vineyard. Where power is mission

  • MN Sep-19#22  three wind leases offshore Massachusetts.  While competition)
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    COLUMN OP/ED of that revenue – $405 million – resulted from the Decem- the offshore oil and gas industry. ber 2018 sale of three wind leases offshore Massachusetts. While competition from established supply chain pro- This record setting sale demonstrates the potential for viders in Europe will be sign

  • MN Sep-19#20  in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Con-
shelf and a)
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    seaboard, with projects totaling 3,110 MW of capacity are contracted to strong winds, a shallow continental provide electricity in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Con- shelf and a proximity to dense popula- necticut, New York, New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia. tion centers is driving strong interest in

  • MN Mar-19#50 . A graduate of the Massachusetts Maritime 
variable)
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    . Two uting writer for Maritime Professional Logistics Magazine Cummins series QSB 6.7 engines with BAE Hybrigen and MarineNews. A graduate of the Massachusetts Maritime variable speed generators are used to charge XALT Energy Academy, Kunkel sailed as a licensed engineer and eventually XPAND water-cooled

  • MN Mar-19#27  to see 
states like Massachusetts, Maine, New 
York)
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    to preempt state regulation that obstructs the fow of interstate commerce are encourag- ing developments, we continue to see states like Massachusetts, Maine, New York and Washington attempt to usurp federal authority over maritime naviga- tion. Such efforts not only violate the Constitution’s

  • MN Mar-19#8  A. Carpenter is Ex- of the Massachusetts Maritime 
ecutive)
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    Maritime Associ- University of Houston. ation, he is a contributing writer for MarineNews. A graduate Jennifer A. Carpenter is Ex- of the Massachusetts Maritime ecutive Vice President and Chief Academy, Kunkel sailed as a li- Operating Offcer of The Ameri- censed engineer and continued can Waterways

  • MT Jul-19#75 , Louisiana
Fall River, Massachusetts 
President/CEO: William)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 75

    .com/videos/video/l3-technologies- debuts-rov-from-asv-technology-100112 L3Harris Portchester, Hampshire, UK Broussard, Louisiana Fall River, Massachusetts President/CEO: William M. Brown No. of Employees: 50,000 www.l3harris.com L3Harris L3Harris Unmanned Maritime Systems division is helping to

  • MT Sep-19#14 . Bruce 
Carlisle, of the Massachusetts Clean 
Energy Center)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 14

    facilities in the UK, and noted that there have been many days recently where the country generated no power from coal. Bruce Carlisle, of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center enforced that this indus- try is moving into the region quickly, opening of? ces in Boston, Providence, Photo courtesy

  • MT Sep-19#12  “see 
Iwonder no longer. Massachusetts  the change happening)
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    wind business Brayton Point towers being imploded is going to become established, in April, and encouraged folks to “see Iwonder no longer. Massachusetts the change happening right before our is the epicenter of the offshore wind eyes – the site of a coal ? red plant being business and as such

  • MT Sep-19#10 , bathy- collaboration with Massachusetts 
ment of wind energy)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 10

    types such as Equinor Wind US, said, “Equinor’s at offshore lease areas for the develop- standard meteorological ocean, bathy- collaboration with Massachusetts ment of wind energy projects. metric and hydrographic, current and startup AMS underscores our commit- Typically, this data has been col- wave

  • MP Q3-19#42  order from the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental)
    Jul/Aug 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 42

    as a social and economic boon. At the local level, support is fractured. Vineyard Wind has since requested a superseding order from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MA DEP) to overturn the Edgartown decision.” Separately, Icebreaker Wind of? cials (Lake Erie) are also

  • MP Q3-19#40  work  Wind, off Massachusetts, about 14 miles from)
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    . Actually, The project most likely to start after Dominion is Vineyard the studies themselves are the projects. This investigative work Wind, off Massachusetts, about 14 miles from the southeast cor- is quite advanced in one or two WEAs. In others, lease holders ner of Martha’s Vineyard. Where power is

  • MR Aug-19#4  (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts  his career in engineering)
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    in maritime. By training he is an Keefe Aerospace and Ocean engineer and has spent the majority of Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts his career in engineering design and forensic engineering. Maritime Academy and lead commentator of MaritimeProfes- Business Publications Audit

  • MN Aug-19#65 The Case:
The Massachusetts Maritime Academy is)
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    The Case: The Massachusetts Maritime Academy is the oldest, larg- est continuously operating maritime college in the United States, placing Marine Transportation and Engineering of- ? cers throughout the maritime sector. As a leader for the industries it serves, the Massachusetts Maritime Academy reputati

  • MN Aug-19#64  and New Bedford, Massachusetts, the  sors, automation)
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    Maritime’s development of sophisticated sen- ocean engineers, and production engineers. With of? ces in Seattle, Washington and New Bedford, Massachusetts, the sors, automation and control technology has improved safety ? rm’s extensive design experience includes research vessels, at sea and operationa

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