Archive of: Profiles Teaser for ASR

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Sikuliaq

Sikuliaq

Marinette Marine is finally delivering what the American scientific community has always wanted: its own purpose-built research vessel that can sail through ice in the Arctic.

American Ship Review 2014
USNS Montford Point

USNS Montford Point

With USNS Montford Point, the first Mobile Landing Platform (MLP) for the U.S. Navy, General Dynamics Nassco has pulled off the remarkable feat of rethinking an existing commercial design and adapting it as a naval auxiliary that can be reconfigured for multiple missions — all for about $500 million per ship.

American Ship Review 2014
Harbour Island

Harbour Island

When Newcastle Shipyards was approached to build Harbour Island, the brief was simple: build a go-anywhere, finely finished, charter-ready yacht with a shallow draft.

American Ship Review 2013
Murden

Murden

Throughout history, shifting dirt from one place to another has consumed much of man’s energy and intelligence, resulting in ingenious, sometimes cruel, and often inventive solutions to the problem of moving huge quantities of material. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers moves a lot of dirt, and it has designed a new dredge with which to do it.

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
Christopher Wheatley

Christopher Wheatley

Ever vigilant, the 92-foot fireboat Victor L. Schlaeger and its full-time crew have served the city of Chicago well.

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

AET Innovator

It's a safe bet that most Americans don't realize how much of the crude oil they import is lightered offshore from supertankers to smaller vessels that can meet the draft restrictions in ports such as Houston, Texas, or Morgan City, La.

American Ship Review 2012
Carpe Diem

Carpe Diem

The notion that form must follow function is both a necessity and a challenge when it comes to mega-yachts.

American Ship Review 2012
Dixie 320

Dixie 320

American Ship Review 2012
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