Articles from the July 1, 2019 edition

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Maritime photography has seen a revolution with the advent of drone technology. Since the dawn of the film camera, in order to get a good photo of a vessel underway, one had to be on an adjacent... Full story

 By Peter Marsh    Features    July 1, 2019

Baydelta's Hybrid Tug: Batteries Not Included

The Delta Teresa, the first hybrid diesel-electric tug designed by Jensen Maritime Consultants, was successfully delivered to Baydelta Maritime in San Francisco by Nichols Brothers Boat Builders on... Full story

 By Peter Marsh    Features    July 1, 2019

Deck Machinery

The last year has seen several new tugs launched in the Pacific Northwest by Nichols Brothers Boat Builders of Whidbey Island and Diversified Marine of Portland. All are fitted with new or updated... Full story


West Coast Barges

Capilano Maritime Design Ltd., located in North Vancouver, BC, is a full-service naval architecture and marine engineering design company. The company works on a wide range of projects, including... Full story


Cargo Handling Operation and Equipment

When it comes to cargo-handling equipment, the future is sustainability. Along the West Coast, the next generation of workhorses are guzzling less diesel and using more electricity. A major reason... Full story


One Way to Lose a Maritime Lien

A maritime lien is created when certain goods and/or services are provided to a vessel. (see Pacific Maritime Magazine, Maritime Liens 101, November 2010). It is a non-possessory lien meaning the... Full story


Above Board

If environmental assessments go well, an impressive inland deep-water terminal project will be in the works along the St. Lawrence River. The Quebéc Port Authority, Hutchison Ports and CN are partnering on the estimated $775 million undertaking to... Full story


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