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Promise of the Arctic 2016: Opportunities and Challenges

The 3rd Pacific Maritime Magazine Promise of the Arctic Conference took place in Seattle on November 2nd and 3rd of 2016. This year’s conference, produced with the partnership of the Institute of the North and the Alaska Department of Economic... Full story

 

Polar Code Rings in the New Year for Arctic Shipping

On January 1, 2017, the vessel safety and pollution prevention components of the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) International Code for Ships Operating in Polar Waters (the Polar Code)... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    May 1, 2016

Propulsion Options for Better Steering and Fuel Efficiency

The last year has seen continued development of propulsion systems to meet the needs of operators of specialized vessels like harbor and escort tugs, ferries and fireboats. These range from... Full story

 

Arctic Routes See Downturn in Transit Traffic

Both the Northwest and Northeast passages have seen an increase in commercial shipping traffic over the past half-decade, thanks to diminishing ice levels, but recent low bunker prices have made the... Full story

 

Promise of the Arctic

The Promise of the Arctic Conference took place over two sunny days in Seattle last month. Produced by Pacific Maritime Magazine in partnership with the Institute of the North, the conference was well... Full story

 

eNav 2013: Big Data Dead Ahead for the Bridge

A tsunami of data is headed straight for the bridge of every commercial vessel above 500 GT around the world – and the deadline is looming to figure out how to deal with that data overload in a way... Full story

 

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