Training Record Book for Chefs on Ships

Ships’ cooks have a unique role on board a vessel. It is widely known that a well fed crew is essential to the effective running of a ship. Ensuring every ship has a properly trained and experienced cook on board is vital. To support both employers and ships’ cooks, the International Chamber of Shipping hasContinue reading “Training Record Book for Chefs on Ships”

Daphne Technology Open to Public Investment

Daphne Technology, a climate tech start-up that has designed and patented proven solutions to reduce air and sea pollution for ships, has partnered with Crowdcube, the world’s largest equity crowdfunding platform, to offer a stake in the company to the public. According to Dr. Mario Michan, founder and CEO of Daphne Technology, the company hasContinue reading “Daphne Technology Open to Public Investment”

Wireless Charging for Electric Vessels

Expert support from Marine-i is helping Perpetual Research Consultancy develop a wireless charging system for electric vessels. Partly funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Marine-i aims to help the marine technology sector in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly grow by harnessing the full potential of research and innovation. “Wireless charging is already employedContinue reading “Wireless Charging for Electric Vessels”

Two New Ships for NOAA

NOAA’s effort to recapitalize its aging fleet of research ships took a major step forward with the U.S. Navy’s award of a $178,082,877 contract to Thoma-Sea Marine Constructors LLC of Houma, Louisiana, for the detailed design and construction of two new oceanographic ships for the agency. NOAA is acquiring the vessels through an agreement withContinue reading “Two New Ships for NOAA”