Archive of: American Ship Review

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Seastreak Commodore specifications

American Ship Review 2019
Global Provider

Global Provider

The traditional system for refueling ships at anchor or dockside by a push tug and bunker barge is so well established that many American mariners would conclude this must be the only way to get the job done.

American Ship Review 2019

Global Provider specifications

American Ship Review 2019
Hampton Roads

Hampton Roads

The Virginia Pilot Association, like many of its counterparts around the world, is bound by history and tradition.

American Ship Review 2019
Ferries/excursion

Ferries/excursion

Compared to other vessel classes, ferry construction in North America is decidedly booming these days.

American Ship Review 2019
Fire/pilot/patrol

Fire/pilot/patrol

Fireboat construction remained steady during the past year as U.S. municipal departments took delivery of multiple notable vessels, including the 108-foot Vigilance built for the Port of Long Beach, Calif.

American Ship Review 2019
Research/survey

Research/survey

Most scientists concur that climate change is affecting the Earth’s oceans, impacting weather patterns and aquatic species in the process.

American Ship Review 2019
Megayachts

Megayachts

If one thing is certain about North American yacht building in the past decade, it’s the ever-increasing air of secrecy.

American Ship Review 2019

Top 50 index 2019

This register lists vessels of interest to professional mariners completed by North American shipyards in the year ended Sept. 1, 2018.

American Ship Review 2019
2018 Ship of the Year: Araho

2018 Ship of the Year: Araho

In March, aboard the new factory trawler Araho, all was a bustle. The vessel, moored at Pier 91 in Seattle, was fresh from making the Panama Canal from Eastern Shipbuilding in Panama City, Fla.

American Ship Review 2018
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