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  • Cable barge capsize

    The ‘AMT Explorer’ cable barge capsized on 3 July off the coast of Sardinia losing all cargo including its reel carrying 2,800m of fibre optic cable valued at €28m. 01 Aug 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • New pilot boat for Teesport

    PD Ports at Teesport, UK has invested over £1M in a new pilot vessel, built by Anglesey based Holyhead Marine Services Limited. 31 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Celtic Array shelved

    The 4.2GW Celtic Array wind farm has been cancelled by the development partnership of Centrica and DONG, representing a “real blow” to the economy on the west coast of the UK, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, according to not-for-profit industry body Regen SW. 31 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • MoD contract for Silvers Marine

    In the UK, Argyll and Bute firm Silvers Marine has won a new five-year contract with Babcock International entailing Silvers Boatyard servicing and maintaining a fleet of vessels for the Ministry of Defence. 31 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Light float methanol trial

    A light float, operated by UK’s Trinity House, has been equipped with a methanol-powered fuel cell as part of a trial to ensure onboard aids to navigation (ATON) have been kept fully operational prior to their dry dock and repair. 31 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Moteurs Baudouin extends product range

    France-based Moteurs Baudouin is expanding its product range with the introduction of the M26.3 pure marine high speed diesel engine series. 31 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Integrated bridge systems at SMM

    Dutch marine electronics provider, Alphatron Marine, will be unveiling three new state of the art JRC fully integrated bridge systems at September's SMM exhibition in Hamburg. 31 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Castoldi’s new jet control

    Italian water jet maker Castoldi is the latest manufacturer to develop an electronic control system for its jets. This sophisticated new system has also been designed to incorporate a joystick control to give precise low speed manoeuvring. 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • OceanWise appoints Chartworld International

    OceanWise, the independent UK marine data management and GIS specialist, has announced the appointment of ChartWorld International to its growing network of distributors and Value-Added Resellers (VAR’s) for its range of marine mapping products and data management and publishing software and services. 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Voith on show

    At this year’s SMM, Voith will be showcasing propulsion systems and vessel concepts focusing on high efficiency and dynamic positioning even under challenging conditions. A Voith Schneider Propeller as well as the Voith Inline Thruster 850, which can also be used as a bow thruster, will be on display. 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • 'Oden's boxing clever

    The Swedish Polar Research Vessel ‘Oden’ is back in the Arctic ocean, this time with the help of a specially commissioned electric winch, readied for the challenging climate of its destination. 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Tailoring a multipurpose fit

    Having a vessel with several different loading capabilities is extremely useful but it inevitably results in a tricky equilibrium - not for the cranes themselves but for the design parameters, Carsten Sietas of TTS Group’s Hamburg subsidiary TTS NMF, tells 'Maritime Journal'. 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Hybrid Schottel solutions at SMM 2014

    German propulsion specialist, Schottel, is to present its new solutions for offshore applications and hybrid concepts at this year’s SMM exhibition. 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Durability - and budget

    Single cranes installed on a workboat are a very different proposition to the huge numbers of cranes required for installation on windfarms. 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • The twisty tale behind cable lays

    The world’s need for energy has resulted in a growing thirst for submarine power lines, some connecting windfarms, some connecting countries. 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Antwerp moves towards permanent LNG station

    Antwerp Port Authority is continuing its focus on LNG with the aim of setting up a permanent bunkering station at the port by the beginning of 2016. 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Robot patrols for ports?

    Imagine robots that patrol beneath port waters, able not just to notice and then identify security threats, but also able to keep tabs on water pollution, silting up of vulnerable areas and inspect the integrity of underwater assets. 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Martin Jackson: An individual approach

    "My 'eureka' moments are always 2.00 in the morning," says Martin Jackson of Marine and Industrial Transmissions. "I get the ideas down with the help of a notepad and pen - and a very understanding wife..." 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • New pontoon for Harwich lifeboat station

    One of the UK RNLI Eastern region's busiest stations has had a new pontoon installed for its all weather lifeboat. 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Dredging heads in the spotlight at SMM

    Italy based dredger and dredging equipment manufacturer Italdraghe will be showcasing its BDC dredging head for excavators and a BDC 200 on its stand at SMM in Hamburg next month. 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • DEME's healthy €660m order book

    Belgium based DEME Group is maintaining a healthy order book of some €3bn thanks to new orders, well spread worldwide across dredging, energy related and environmental activities. The total value of these new orders represents approximately €660m. 30 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Airport proposal puts Thames habitat at risk

    HR Wallingford has submitted an independent response to a call for evidence from the UK Airports Commission. It called for evidence to inform study outputs for feasibility work on an inner Thames Estuary airport proposal. 29 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal