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  • Global Equipment Market Worth $2.9 Billion by 2020

    The global hydrographic equipment market is expected to be worth in excess of $2.9bn by 2020, according to an assessment by research analysts MarketsandMarkets (M&M) of Dallas. 24 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • 'LARS' visits the Netherlands

    A recent visitor to the Port of Rotterdam was the 36m luxury motor yacht 'Lars', a vessel that started life as the ice class tug 'Zeeleeuw'. 24 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Suzuki to showcase new motors at Seawork

    Suzuki Marine will be showcasing new models and boat packages at Seawork International this year – including the new innovative DF30A and DF25A outboards. 24 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Top trio combine to meet all demands

    Some of commercial boat building's best known names are joining forces to offer a range of catamarans and mono hulls and will be exhibiting at Seawork as South Catamarans by Dale Nelson. 24 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • New simulator for Jan De Nul

    Netherlands-based Tree C technology BV is to develop and supply a Fall Pipe Vessel (FPV) simulator for Jan De Nul Group’s headquarters in Luxembourg. 23 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Schleswig-Holstein completes police boat renewals

    River and waterways police in Schleswig-Holstein have taken into service two more fast 12.1m patrol boats – said to be the last in a series of Finnish newbuildings delivered in the past few years. 23 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Six RAmparts 2500 tugs for Smit Rebras

    SMIT Rebocadores do Brasil (Rebras) of Rio de Janeiro has taken delivery of the first two, of a series of six RAmparts 2500 tugs designed by Robert Allan Ltd (RAL) and built by Keppel Singmarine Brasil Ltd (KSMB), of Navegantes in Brazil. 23 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • World Hydrography Day

    'Hydrography - More Than Just Charts' is the theme chosen by the International Hydrographic Organization in Monaco for this year’s UN World Hydrography Day on 21 June. 23 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Oil spill response tool

    America’s CSA Ocean Sciences Inc (CSA) has created a new GeoPortal for tasks associated with streamling the planning, science and operations for oil spill response. 23 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Torqeedo expanding electric range

    German company Torqeedo, which has pioneered many innovations in the world of electric propulsion, has introduced a new 40 hp electric outboard. 23 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Multiaxial fatigue analysis for ships

    The Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), together with leading offshore firms, is conducting research on multiaxial fatigue analysis of welded structures, to include ships. 23 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Busy times for Damen

    A charter agreement between the Damen Shipyards Group and subsea contractor, DeepOcean and Maersk Supply Service, has triggered an order for a Damen Offshore carrier DOC 8500 – a second order for this new ship design. 23 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Sovereign bounces back to Seawork

    Judy Toft, Head of Technical Sales at Sovereign Rubber, recounts the process of moving up from Seawork visitor to Seawork exhibitor. 23 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Seawork spells success for ASAP

    Long-time Seawork exhibitor ASAP Supplies of Beccles, Suffolk, (stand B161) is celebrating 25 years and owes its growth to achieving international recognition as a supplier of marine equipment for all types of commercial vessel. 23 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Piracy overlay facility

    Scottish maritime software development company, Jargoon, has updated its versatile passage planning tool, Seall Passage Planner, with additional features including a piracy overlay facility. 23 Apr 2014 - Maritime Journal


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