Archive of: American Ship Review

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Budget impasse means Navy is thinking the unthinkable

Budget impasse means Navy is thinking the unthinkable

For the next few years, the Navy’s course is certain, right? No longer required to support two wars in different regions at the same time, it will focus on the South China Sea, moving from a 50-50 split of forces between Pacific and Atlantic to a 60-40 tilt. Its size will stabilize at around 300 ships. An influx of faster, lighter vessels will augment its heavy hitters.

American Ship Review 2013
A year of blockbuster contracts

A year of blockbuster contracts

Shipyards love contracts for multiple vessels, which mean steady work and a guaranteed order book. Many yards have had their wishes granted in the last few months with blockbuster orders from heavy hitters such as Edison Chouest Offshore, Hornbeck and Harvey Gulf.

American Ship Review 2013
Aiviq: Pride of Shell’s Alaskan drilling fleet

Aiviq: Pride of Shell’s Alaskan drilling fleet

2013 Ship of the Year

American Ship Review 2013

American Phoenix specifications

Web Exclusive 2012

Harvey Champion specifications

Web Exclusive 2012

Sea Scout specifications

Web Exclusive 2012

Harbour Island specifications

Web Exclusive 2012

Habitability guidelines from ABS aim to improve living conditions for workboat crews

2012 design trends

American Ship Review 2012

Grand Manan Adventure

When the province of New Brunswick started looking into a new ferry to serve Grand Manan, the largest island in the Bay of Fundy, its crews and engineers began discussing where they needed to make improvements to boost capacity over the existing boats.

American Ship Review 2012
Dwight S. Ramsay

Dwight S. Ramsay

When Aries Marine Corp. crews assembled around the beginning of this year for sea trials on two platform supply vessels, they expected a unique experience.

American Ship Review 2012
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