Coast Guard Icebreaker Leaves Davie Drydock
The CCGS Vincent Massey, a medium class icebreaker has been floated out of drydock and will soon join two sister vessels providing vital icebreaking services in Canada.
Irving Sells Shelburne Ship Repair to Mersey Seafoods
Mersey Seafoods has acquired Shelburne Ship Repair to help Mersey with its commercial ventures and to allow Irving to focus on fulfilling its Canadian government shipbuilding contracts.
Seaway’s Vital Trade Role Underlined at Opening of 2022 Navigation Season
The St. Lawrence Seaway has officially opened and Seaway officials stress that the waterway is ready to adapt to fluctuations in cargo movements in the coming months.
Large Module Represents Next Phase for LNG Canada Project in Kitimat
A critical piece of infrastructure has arrived in Kitimat, B.C. marking another phase in construction activities at Canada’s first major liquified natural gas facility.
Canadian and U.S. Coast Guards Recommit to Great Lakes Environmental Response Partnership
The Canadian and U.S. Coast Guards have renewed signing of the CANUSLAK agreement that reaffirms their joint commitment to keeping shared waters safe and healthy.
Is This the Right Sail Solution for Cruise Ships?
A new solid said wind-assisted propulsion system has been developed by French shipbuilder Chantiers de l’Atlantique specifically for large vessels to help reduce GHG ship propulsion and design.
Wärtsilä to Deliver Dedicated Methanol Fuel Supply System
Wärtsilä has developed a dedicated fuel supply system called MethanolPac.
Weapon Compartment Layout Design Method for Improving the Survivability of a Naval Ship by Considering Susceptibility Distribution Based on Radar Cross Section Analysis
This study implemented a system to automate the ship compartment layout design process considering survivability and to derive the optimal compartment layout.
Eye on Maritime Design: Can Wind Propulsion Work by Keeping it Simple?
This article examines sustainable propulsion in the form of adding sails to the cargo cranes of geared bulkers.
GHG Emissions from Ships (ISWG-GHG 11), 14-18 March 2022
This summarizes the Working Group on Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships.