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All articles by Ross Davies

  1. Self-cleaning ships: Inside Lindblad Expeditions’ ground-breaking new eco-initiative

    Never before has the cruise industry been subjected to tighter public scrutiny around its environmental performance. Whether it be switching…
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    26 May
  2. Fighting battery fires at sea with direct-foam injection technology

    In the early evening of 10 October, a small fire broke out onboard Ytterøyningen, a diesel-electric car ferry, just off…
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    5 May
  3. We can see you: introducing Dark Vessel Detection

    From illicit transhipments of goods and illegal fishing to drug and human trafficking, governments around the world have their hands…
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    9 Apr
  4. Cyber-SHIP lab: a timely intervention as cybersecurity washes the blue economy

    Whereas cybersecurity has become a top priority for sectors such as financial services and healthcare – in part, down to…
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    17 Mar
  5. Thrones of contention: Dubrovnik resets its relationship with the cruise industry

    So bereft were fans of Game of Thrones when the fantasy drama concluded in April of this year that emergency…
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    26 Nov
  6. Q&A: How a new marine tracking system could help reduce whale collisions

    Commercial whaling may well have been banned for the last 33 years, but some might question whether the threat posed…
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    31 Oct
  7. A game of risk: the Indian Ocean’s most strategically important ports

    Accounting for around half of the world’s container traffic, a third of its cargo bulk and 80% of maritime oil…
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    5 Sep
  8. Timeline: a look back at the life of the QE2

    By the time the QE2 left the docks of Southampton in late 2008 – for what would be her final…
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    27 Aug
  9. Unravelling Quark Expeditions’ new sustainable strategy for the polar regions

    For centuries, the extreme conditions that made up the polar regions meant only the hardiest explorers and expeditioners ventured into…
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    13 Aug
  10. The world’s first rollercoaster at sea: Inside Carnival’s Mardi Gras

    When Ted Arison formed Carnival Cruise Lines in 1972, his first purchase was a converted transatlantic ocean liner, RMS of…
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    8 Aug
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