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All articles by Gary Peters

  1. UK’s link to the world: Liverpool’s new container terminal

    Upon officially opening Liverpool2 last year, the UK’s Secretary of State for International Trade, Liam Fox, proclaimed: “The north is…
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    15 Feb
  2. The personal touch: Carnival embraces wearable tech

    The Ocean Medallion has received big billing. Defined by Carnival as a “game-changing guest experience”, this wearable gadget aims to…
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    13 Feb
  3. Is there a future for hydrogen-powered ship propulsion?

    In January, the world’s political and business leaders gathered for the World Economic Forum in Davos. In one corner, thirteen…
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    8 Feb
  4. Hacking the seas: new blood, new ideas

    In November, ten teams, consisting of 33 hackers, arrived at the Interschalt Maritime Education and Training Centre in Schenefeld, Germany,…
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    3 Jan
  5. The Hrönn: bringing autonomy to offshore operations

    It all started around three years ago, in response to what Brett Phaneuf, managing director of Automated Ships, believes has…
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    21 Dec
  6. Is 2017 the breakthrough year for unmanned vessels?

    Worldwide, the number and scope of projects dedicated to unmanned vessels is increasing, including the world’s first designated test area…
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    12 Dec
  7. Australia: cruising to record numbers

    In 2015-16, the Australian cruise sector’s economic output reached a record $4.58bn, fuelling a 27% hike in the contribution of…
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    29 Nov
  8. Rock ‘n’ roll cruises: the biggest and loudest

    Planning a cruise often involves thoughts of relaxation, picturesque locations and a sense of ‘getting away from it all’. However,…
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    21 Nov
  9. Contraband and the cruise industry

    In August, Australian customs officers seized 95kg of cocaine from the Sea Princess in Sydney, following a joint operation. The…
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    15 Nov
  10. Inspiring the human element in ship design

    The European Union-funded CyClaDes project (Crew-Centred Design and Operation of Ships and Ship Systems) has been trying to inspire a…
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    9 Nov
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