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Maritime Journal
Dedicated to the European inshore, offshore, coastal zone and short sea commercial maritime business. Available in print, online and as a weekly eNewsletter.
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Maritime Journal 15h
Cornwall Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority has recently taken delivery of a Scientific Echo Sounder to help them manage seagrass conservation.
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Maritime Journal 18h
A ship design and research company is bringing a number of revolutionary technologies to market for both oceangoing and inland waterways vessels
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Maritime Journal Oct 26
Belgian heavy lift major Sarens is in the process of switching to biodegradable oil for all its ballasting systems on its barges.
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Maritime Journal Oct 26
The most recent job in the modernisation of Bremerhaven's Oslebshauser Lock has been the overhaul of a 36m long and 16.7m high reserve gate at Fassmer Werft on the Weser and the lifting out of the 800 ton unit using the floating crane ENAK…
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Maritime Journal Oct 25
MarineTraffic has extended a contract that provides it with satellite Automatic Identification System data.
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Maritime Journal Oct 23
Tour operator Eco Sightseeing and electric marine specialists El & Marinteknik have shared details on the retrofitting of a classic tourist boat.
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Maritime Journal Oct 23
We're pleased to welcome Dr Johnathan Williams, CEO , who will be speaking during the Commercial Marine Network's online conference on 5th November 10:00 UTC. Learn more & register here:
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Maritime Journal Oct 23
One of Sweden’s largest ferry ports has begun a large expansion program that will result in two new ferry terminals
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Maritime Journal Oct 22
Innovative startups in the subsea industry could benefit from a manufacturing grant of up to GB£2,500.
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Maritime Journal Oct 22
With the completion of the placement of the caissons at the expanded cruise terminal at the Spanish port of Tarragona, the new Balears Wharf is now 40% complete.
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Maritime Journal Oct 21
The US National Transportation Safety Board has called for major safety improvements to small passenger vessels after the investigation of a 2019 California dive boat fire that killed 34
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Maritime Journal Oct 21
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Maritime Journal Oct 20
We're pleased to announce that the first CMN online conference will see Andy Page, Managing Director of Chartwell Marine as moderator and Kerrie Forster, CEO of The Workboat Association to deliver the welcome address. Register here:
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Maritime Journal Oct 20
Rijkswaterstaat has awarded Van Oord the contract to design and carry out the removal of silt from the Averijhaven depot in IJmuiden
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Maritime Journal Oct 20
How can new and innovative ideas improve the future prospects for inland shipping? An Innovation Challenge on this topic is the next step in the successful EU project 2.0.
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Maritime Journal Oct 19
After four months of outfitting at Maritime Partner’s shipyard in Ålesund, Norway's largest ambulance catamaran has been handed over to shipowner Loppa Legeskyssbåter.
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Maritime Journal Oct 19
Swedish tour operator Eco Sightseeing and electric marine specialists El & Marinteknik have revealed details of the retrofitting of a historic passenger boat with power supplied using Tesla second-life batteries
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Maritime Journal Oct 16
New research into the sustainable protection of vulnerable coastal areas aims at using seagrasses to increase biodiversity and aid wave dampening.
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Maritime Journal Oct 16
September's Maritime Journal saw the debut of digital cover wraps, with key clients Baltic Workboats taking the first position, achieving spectacular results! Interested in promoting your business? Learn more here:
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Maritime Journal Oct 16
While mostly everyone agrees about the benefits of electric shore power and cold ironing for vessels in port, the race to market of rival systems is hindering its widespread adoption. Now, some sanity has prevailed with Belgian and Dutch inland ports plan…
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