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27 May 2017
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Press Releases

Clean Marine at Nor-Shipping 2017
Clean Marine is pleased to announce our participation at Nor-shipping in Oslo, Norway, from 30 May to 2 June 2017 and we would like to invite you to our stand where you can discover and explore our exhaust gas cleaning technologies.

Martechnic at Marine Maintenance World Expo 2017
Like last year, Martechnic© will be part of the Marine Maintenance World Expo taking place in Amsterdam from 6-8 June 2017. The trade fair and conference is a meeting place for companies dealing with international maintenance and repair technologies in shipping. Mr. Herholdt from Martechnic© and their partner Goltens Group are looking forward to your visit at booth 4020.

New CEO Appointed by 3Si Group
Safety and Survival Systems International is pleased to announce it has appointed Andrew Richards as its new CEO.

Goltens Signs MoU with BELCO for Marine Scrubber Services
Goltens Worldwide Management Corporation has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to provide joint sales, marketing, installation and servicing solutions for Belco Technologies Corporation's (BELCO) DuPont™ Marine Scrubbers.

Visit Clean Marine at Nor-Shipping 2017
Clean Marine will be at the Nor-Shipping maritime exhibition in Oslo, Norway, from 30 May to 2 June.

White Papers

Exhaust Gas Scrub Water
Increasingly stricter legislation on emissions of ships limits the sulphur content of marine fuel. As an alternative to switching to low sulphur fuel, shipping companies can install...

Martechnic Company Profile and Product Guide
Martechnic's® dedication is to provide engineers with equipment and management solutions to conduct continuous preventive and condition-based maintenance....

Proven Ballast Water System Retrofit Services for Tankers
The German ship owner and manager Ernst Jacob approached Goltens Green Technologies in Groningen to perform detailed engineering for a 1,000m³/h NK-O3 Blue Ballast System retrofit for four of...

KE Marine & Worldwide Diesel Power Brochure
Worldwide Diesel Power, formally Chris-Marine USA, Inc. has continued providing quality service since 1980 and continues to offer superior diesel engine services in worldwide repair,...

Exhaust Gas Cleaning System for Medium-Range Tanker at Hyundai MIPO Dockyard
This case study examines Clean Marine's provision of an exhaust gas cleaning (EGC) unit, complete with two fans and seven exhaust gas connections, for a medium-range chemical / products...

Features

Ship Technology Global: Issue 43
In this issue: Designing an America’s Cup class catamaran, Norway’s plans to construct a ship tunnel, how companies can better tackle illegal contraband, Virginia’s stake on the US East Coast, robotic welding in shipbuilding, and more.

Ocean Cay: the world's biggest private cruise resort emerges
MSC Cruises has broken ground on what will be the biggest cruise line private island in the Caribbean. Being built on a former sand-mining facility, which was originally planned for development into an LNG import terminal, the 95-acre man-made island resort will feature several kilometres of beachfront and a deep-water pier connecting to visiting cruise liners. Frances Marcellin takes a closer look.

Can the Port of Virginia become the US East Coast’s premier cargo hub?
The Port of Virginia has started a three-year, $320m expansion effort at the Virginia International Gateway. The project is one of two that, when complete, will boost annual container capacity by 40% by 2020. Ross Davies examines the plan, and asks how it might change the flow of container traffic on the East Coast of the US.

The Ocean Medallion: a cruising first
In November, the Ocean Medallion will make its debut on the Regal Princess. This wearable device from Carnival is trying to define the future of personalised cruising.

A new global network for efficiency in shipping
Developing countries are increasingly seen as key players in the fight against climate change. In this vein, a new project aims to harness the local expertise of maritime research institutions from places like Panama and Kenya to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote energy efficiency.

Projects

MSC Bellissima Cruise Ship
MSC Cruises’ MSC Bellissima is the second Meraviglia-generation ship being built by STX France at its Saint Nazaire shipyard.

MSC Seaview Cruise Ship
MSC Cruises' MSC Seaview is the third next-generation mega cruise ship being developed as part of a ten-year, $10bn investment plan ending in 2026. It is one of the Seaside-generation smart ships, which also include the MSC Seaside that will enter service in December 2017.

M/V Magdalen Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger (TSHD)
M/V Magdalen is a new twin-screw trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) under construction at Eastern Shipbuilding Group’s Allanton shipyard in Panama City, US.

Norwegian Bliss Cruise Ship
Norwegian Bliss is the third ship in the Breakaway Plus-class being built by Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany, for American cruise operator, Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL). Norwegian Bliss will become the 16th ship in NCL's fleet and will be home-ported in Miami. Its sister ships include the Norwegian Escape and the Norwegian Joy.

Virtu Ferries High-Speed Wave-Piercing Catamaran
Construction on the largest high-speed catamaran to operate in the Mediterranean Sea is set to begin in 2017. The new high-speed vehicle passenger (RoPax) ferry will be built by Incat Tasmania shipyard in Hobart, Australia, for Virtu Ferries, a Maltese ferry services operator.

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