Archive of: Roundups, Ship Roundups

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Megayachts

Megayachts

by Rebecca Cahilly Despite a notable increase in 60-meter-plus contracts being signed by European yacht builders, production remains slow at most U.S. yards — and nonexistent at some.

American Ship Review 2016
New LNG concepts, and a V-Pod design from Eastern Shipbuilding

New LNG concepts, and a V-Pod design from Eastern Shipbuilding

American Tugboat Review 2015
Z-drives are most popular of the newbuilds

Z-drives are most popular of the newbuilds

American Tugboat Review 2015
Crew/supply boats

Crew/supply boats

There were some issues gnawing at the buoyant Gulf Coast shipyard scene in 2014, primarily the threat of vessel overcapacity and the unrelenting search for qualified welders, fitters and professionals to man the torches and desks of the boatyards.

American Ship Review 2015
Ferries

Ferries

A long-awaited industry plum — new boats for the Staten Island Ferry — gained even more appeal last summer when a design contract was awarded to Seattle’s renowned Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG).

American Ship Review 2015
Pilots, fire, patrol

Pilots, fire, patrol

Among the noteworthy builds in the past year is Foss Maritime’s new offering for the Port of Long Beach, Calif. — a 108-foot, Robert Allan Ltd.-designed fireboat that will be one of the world’s most powerful.

American Ship Review 2015
Research/survey vessels

Research/survey vessels

Will a push for more data on the impacts of climate change lead to a surge in the construction of research vessels?

American Ship Review 2015
Tug & Towboat roundup

Tug & Towboat roundup

Nichols Bros. gets an order for a sixth Baydelta z-drive

American Tugboat Review 2014

Crew/Supply Boats

American Ship Review 2014
Ferries

Ferries

One day, a dream will come true and New York will order more vessels for Staten Island Ferry. Until that happens, shipyards have several attractive contracts to bid on.

American Ship Review 2014
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