Archive of: American Ship Review

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American Ship Review 2016
Yards keep producing for Navy, Coast Guard amid specter of new cuts

Yards keep producing for Navy, Coast Guard amid specter of new cuts

There is growing bipartisan agreement in Washington on what U.S. shipbuilders have been saying for years: Across-the-board budget cuts, better known as sequestration, are a bad way to do business.

American Ship Review 2016
Isla Bella

Isla Bella

Five years ago, shipowners questioning whether liquefied natural gas was the fuel of the future could cite two simple reasons for not making the move: There wasn’t enough supply infrastructure in place to create demand for LNG-powered ships, and there wasn’t enough demand for LNG ships to stimulate investment in infrastructure.

American Ship Review 2016
Marjorie C

Marjorie C

The 692-foot Marjorie C had just docked in San Diego as part of its second round-trip between the U.S. mainland and its home port of Honolulu.

American Ship Review 2016

Marjorie C specifications

American Ship Review 2016
Spirit of the Sound

Spirit of the Sound

On a July afternoon, Capt. Paul Lepanto piloted the nation’s first hybrid research vessel as it departed its pier at the Maritime Aquarium of Norwalk for a two-hour public education cruise.

American Ship Review 2016

Spirit of the Sound specifications

American Ship Review 2016
Sally Fox

Sally Fox

For the 200 commuters disembarking on Seattle’s Pier 50 from Vashon Island on a drizzly July morning, their crisp new ride — the catamaran Sally Fox — provided a bright way to start the day.

American Ship Review 2016

Sally Fox specifications

American Ship Review 2016
Arcticus

Arcticus

On a windswept day in June, the 78-foot Arcticus left the dock on Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Mich., made its way past Alpena Light and proceeded on a four-hour run to the middle of Lake Huron.

American Ship Review 2016
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