Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

All Stick, No Carrot

The 16th annual California Maritime Leadership Symposium took place last month in Sacramento, California. Past CMLS conferences have been operations-related, well organized and well attended. Past... Full story

Full Speed Ahead!

Shipyards and boatyards in the Pacific Northwest launched many notable vessels in 2016, and the order books for 2017 show a continued demand for more of these technical projects from complex tank... Full story

Regional Report: Los Angeles and Long Beach

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach may be adjacent to one another, but being next-door neighbors doesn't mean that their economic fortunes are completely intertwined. This was certainly the case ... Full story

All-Electric: The Future of Ferry Propulsion

Operational costs, environmentally-friendly solutions, and EPA-regulations are all important factors in the future of ferry propulsion. Double-ended ferries carrying passengers and vehicles across... Full story

Cruise Lines Rush to Use New Panama Canal Locks

Due to passenger demand and the larger size of their vessels, cruise lines have been lining up to make use of the new Panama Canal locks. Princess Cruises plans to send its 3,080-passenger Caribbean... Full story

Above Board

By 2020, Rolls-Royce hopes to bring to the shipping world a cutting-edge fleet of human-less ships. Working with various partnerships that include Finnish government investing body DIMECC and Norway’s Maritime Administration’s Norwegian Forum...

Golden Oldies

Most non-maritime lawyers like to direct the court’s attention to the most recent case on a point of law. Most maritime lawyers like to take a different approach. They prefer to direct the... Full story

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All-Electric: The Future of Ferry Propulsion

Operational costs, environmentally-friendly solutions, and EPA-regulations are all important factors in the future of ferry propulsion. Double-ended ferries carrying passengers and vehicles across...

FEATURES

Cruise Lines Rush to Use New Panama Canal Locks

Due to passenger demand and the larger size of their vessels, cruise lines have been lining up to make use of the new Panama Canal locks. Princess Cruises plans to send its 3,080-passenger Caribbean...

FEATURES

Full Speed Ahead!

Shipyards and boatyards in the Pacific Northwest launched many notable vessels in 2016, and the order books for 2017 show a continued demand for more of these technical projects from complex tank...

FEATURES

Regional Report: Los Angeles and Long Beach

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach may be adjacent to one another, but being next-door neighbors doesn't mean that their economic fortunes are completely intertwined. This was certainly the case...

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