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Feature : The Workboat Edition
Feature : The Marine Design Edition
Feature : The Shipyard Annual
- A BC Ferries Case Study: Lessons Learned in Setting Underwater Radiated Noise Targets page: 22
- Marine Design: Multi-Physics Simulation (MPS) & Decarbonization Walk Hand-in-Hand page: 26
- PROFILE: Glosten is Meeting the Decarbonization Challenge, by Design page: 36
- Supply Chain Shocks: Ocean Shipping Challenges Abound page: 44
- Marine Biofouling in Ports: Wet Docks Acting as ‘Hot Spot’ Biofouling Transfer Stations page: 50
- Training Tips for Ships - Tip #27: Maritime Training and the Pandemic. What Now? page: 12
- U.S. Navy Asserts “Freedom of Navigation” in the South China Sea page: 16
- What We Have Here is a Failure to Communicate…. in Ship Construction! page: 16
- UECC’s Edvardsen on Decarbonization: “There is no perfect solution, start the journey now” page: 21
- Shipbuilding: International WTIV Market Represents a $14B Opportunity page: 30
- Workforce Development: Apprenticeship Programs Help Build the Fleet page: 34
- Inside The Apprentice School at Newport News Shipbuilding with Dr. Latitia McCane page: 38
- Video Interview: Dominicana Caribbean Shipyards Opens page: 40
- Tech in Focus: Elastomeric Repair and Protective Coatings page: 52