100 Years Ago: The Dawn of U.S. Coast Guard Aviation

[By John Moseley and William Thiesen] The Naval Appropriation Act of 1916 provided the authorization, but not the funding,...

Op-Ed: Connectivity is Key for Crew Wellbeing During COVID-19 Outbreak

By Ronald Spithout 03-26-2020 06:42:38

Posted in: Shipping

As the leading provider of maritime VSAT and L-Band services at sea, Inmarsat is alert to the direct connection between coronaviru...

Op-Ed: Getting Ahead of the Curve

By Frank Coles 03-26-2020 06:12:08

Posted in: Shipping

In a few short months, the mayhem wrought by coronavirus has changed the world. Our response to the epidemic (more than the virus...

COVID-19: Safebridge launches a #BeSafe Campaign to Protect Seafarers

By Safebridge 03-26-2020 03:55:00

Posted in: Training

To alleviate the adverse impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on the maritime industry, Safebridge, the company behind SafeLearn, la...

Robo-Turtles in Fish Farms Reduce Fish Stress

By Gemini News 03-25-2020 07:18:33

Posted in: Environment

[By Idun Haugan] Robotic turtles used for surveillance could help prevent escapes from salmon farms. The “turtle robots&r...

Coronavirus- How to Beat It

In the wake of the pandemic COVID-19, leading maritime training companies Seagull Maritime and Videotel have launched a new progra...

Danica: Crew Changes Should Be Minimized Due to COVID-19 Risk

Crewing specialist Danica is calling on ship operators to exercise caution when making crew changes during the coronavirus outbrea...

Hospital Ship USNS Mercy Gets Turbocharger Retrofit

By MSHS 03-24-2020 01:08:00

Posted in: Shipbuilding

Motor-Services Hugo Stamp, Inc. (MSHS) was contracted to retrofit the twin MAN NR26/98 turbochargers on three separate MAN 12ASV25...

New Sanitizing Technology Makes Quick Work of COVID-19

By EcoloxTech 03-23-2020 07:06:00

Posted in: Shipping

Sanitation is an essential component of cruise ship operation, and in recent months it has become an even more critical component....