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22 June 2018
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Marine Distress Signals
Pains Wessex, a world-leading manufacturer of pyrotechnics for the commercial and leisure marine markets, has been saving lives around the globe for more than a century.

Distress Signals and Safety Systems for Ships
When you specify lifesaving equipment for your vessel, you need to know that it is the most reliable and cost-effective available. With Comet advanced pyrotechnic marine distress signals, you can be sure you have made the right choice.

Trimaran Cruise Ship
The Trimaran luxury cruise ship has been created as a fast, fuel-efficient and comfortable vessel, providing a high-quality experience at sea.

Class A AIS Transponder
The first generation of AIS devices has now been in service for 10 years and more. With newbuilds in decline the focus in AIS is more and more shifting to the retrofit market.

Marine-Grade Liquid Sensors
Gems Sensors & Controls offers engineered marine fluidic solutions, including indicators, pressure transducers, receivers and flow switches.

Press Releases

Aker Arctic Carries Out Successful Testing of Autonomous Ship Model
Aker Arctic has successfully carried out testing of an autonomous ship model at the company's ice model test laboratory located in Helsinki, Finland.

BASS Releases BASSnet Version 2.10
BASS has announced the launch of the BASSnet™ Fleet Management Systems version 2.10, marking a significant milestone in the company's journey as a leading provider of maritime software solutions.

LED SureSite Visual Level Indicator and Continuous Transmitter
LED lights allow ship operators to monitor tank levels in low lighting and poor visibility conditions when other units would be covered up.

WesCom Commits to Supporting Wellness at Sea
WesCom Signal and Rescue has pledged to support the well-being of on-board and land-based crew members following the Sailors' Society Wellness at Sea Conference.

CPE Single-Stage Centrifugal Pump from Sulzer
Sulzer's new end-suction single-stage centrifugal pumps are suitable for use in a range of industrial applications.

Features

Deloitte survey reveals LNG is shipping companies’ preferred fuel
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is enjoying an increasing popularity in the shipping industry as companies’ preferred fuel solution, a survey by multinational professional services network Deloitte has found.

Smart ports: increasing efficiency and cutting costs
Connected technologies are moving ports into the digital age and helping to boost productivity and cut costs. What are these technologies and where are they being used to good effect?

Reducing carbon emissions: is the shipping sector prepared?
The International Maritime Organization has pledged to reduce carbon emissions from shipping by at least 50% by 2050. But is this goal ambitious enough, or will the sector still struggle to achieve it?

Posidonia 2018: decarbonisation and digitalisation to impact maritime industry
Representatives from global quality assurance and risk management company DNV GL have discussed some of the most crucial trends in the maritime market ahead of the Posidonia 2018 trade fair taking place in Athens this week.

Future Cruise: Issue 4
In this issue: Vancouver gets ready for a cruise boom, Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas, new guidelines for man overboard systems, Disney Cruise Line’s LNG plans, and more.

Projects

Seven Seas Splendor Cruise Ship
Seven Seas Splendor is a luxury cruise ship being constructed by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri for Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

Future of the Fjords Sightseeing Vessel
Future of the Fjords is a new all-electric sightseeing vessel built by Brødrene Aa for Norwegian marine transportation company, The Fjords.

Floatel Triumph Support Vessel
Floatel Triumph is a semi-submersible accommodation and construction support vessel built by Keppel FELS shipyard in Singapore for Floatel International.

Anaklia Deep Sea Port
Anaklia deep sea port, the first deep water container port in Georgia, is being developed by Anaklia Development Consortium (ADC).

Norwegian Bliss Cruise Ship
Norwegian Bliss is the third ship in the Breakaway Plus-class built by Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany, for American cruise operator, Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL).

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