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  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 2

    The second issue of Ship Technology Global takes a look at a digital navigation system, the most impressive titans crossing today’s seas, modern superyacht designs, new energy technologies for cruise...

  • The world’s largest cruise ships

    The cruise industry has proven itself to be incredibly lucrative, with weeks at sea a favoured holiday destination. As cruise operators pack people aboard, the largest cruise ships are often...

  • Shipping piracy report – July 2012

    USNS Rappahannock lets rip in the UAE killing one, Puntland forces capture five, Asian shipowners renew calls for a UN presence and South Africa shores up Mozambican channel. Ship-technology.com reports...

  • ECDIS: life-saving electronic navigation tech

    Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) are set to become a mandatory safety feature for new ships in 2012. As commercial ship operators prepare to put down their pencils...

  • Shipping piracy report – April 2012

    West African pirates conduct the first-ever hijack off Togo, Yemen gets green light to act decisively and US seeks death penalty. Ship-technology.com reports on incidents of piracy across the globe,...

  • World’s most advanced marine vessels

    Technological and structural advances are pushing boundaries in ocean-going efficiency, productivity and precision. Rowan Watt-Pringle profiles some of the most advanced aquatic vessels being produced by shipyards around the world.

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