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All articles by Joe Baker

  1. Havfarm: a new salmon fishing revolution in Norway

    In February, Norwegian fish farmer Nordlaks penned an agreement with Chinese shipyard CIMC Raffles to build the first of two…
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    18 Dec
  2. 40 million up: what does the future hold for London’s Thames Clippers?

    No picturesque London postcard is complete without the river Thames – the 95-mile long waterway that passes through the nation’s…
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    14 Dec
  3. Rothera: giving berth to a revolution in polar shipping

    It’s been over two and a half years since an online Twitter campaign failed to rename the UK’s next polar…
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    13 Dec
  4. How should ports prepare for autonomous shipping?

    Autonomous shipping – the keynote topic of every maritime industry event for quite some time – is finally taking baby…
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    3 Dec
  5. Michelin-starred chefs are elevating cruise ship cuisine to new heights

    As the cruise market grows, the quality of food on board ships has become as important to some passengers as…
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    27 Nov
  6. Autonomous shipping: is the UK ‘ahead of the bow wave’?

    On Tuesday, industry body Maritime UK published the second version of its Code of Practice for maritime autonomous surface ships…
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    14 Nov
  7. Scourge of the seas: handling shipping waste

    Hovering just over 1,000 nautical miles off the coast of San Francisco, a vortex of marine debris, trash and plastic…
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    12 Nov
  8. The 80/20 rule: optimising voyages to improve vessel performance

    Just-in-time supply chains, rising fuel costs and environmental impacts have all increased pressure on shipping companies to optimise their shipping…
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    7 Nov
  9. Sounding: the evolution of hydrographic survey methods for ports

    At the world’s busiest ports and harbours, ensuring that maritime operations can continue safely is not just about the operations…
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    7 Nov
  10. A storm is brewing for India’s domestic shipping industry

    With a vast coastline spanning 7,500km and a strategic location nearby major shipping lanes, India has always been well-placed to…
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    8 Oct

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