Archive of: Profiles Teaser for ASR

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2019 Ship of the Year: Enhydra

2019 Ship of the Year: Enhydra

Northern California has long been a hub for innovation, so it’s probably fitting that the greenest large excursion boat in the United States is now based at San Francisco’s Pier 43 1/2.

American Ship Review 2019
El Coqui

El Coqui

Crowley Maritime’s El Coqui, one of the world’s first combination container/roll-on/roll-off ships (con-ros) fueled by liquefied natural gas (LNG), made its maiden voyage from Jacksonville, Fla., to San Juan, Puerto Rico, on July 27.

American Ship Review 2019
Magdalen

Magdalen

While the sun rose, the trailing suction hopper dredger Magdalen, like a caterpillar working a leaf, was feeding off the seafloor six and a half miles from Surf City on New Jersey’s Long Beach Island.

American Ship Review 2019
Seastreak Commodore

Seastreak Commodore

The fast ferry Seastreak Commodore, resplendent in early morning light, appeared on the East River like the intro to a Hollywood movie.

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
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
Northland

Northland

Anyone who is passionate about fishing knows that once the grip takes hold, it’s difficult to shake.

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
Hydrus

Hydrus

Named for a small constellation, Hydrus became the brightest star in San Francisco’s Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) fleet in April.

American Ship Review 2018
Liam J. McCall

Liam J. McCall

“Fast, faster, fastest” is a buzz phrase that aptly describes the evolution of SEACOR Marine’s fleet of fast supply vessels (FSVs).

American Ship Review 2018
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