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Know Your Terminology

Monday April 30, 2012
Naval Architecture is a modern, cutting edge science based on hundreds of years of accumulated knowledge. Along with this knowledge there is a lot of jargon which is a precise ... Read More

What’s Behind Ship Classifications?

Monday April 30, 2012
Whether you are starting your journey into naval architecture or ship brokerage it is important to know the classifications for cargo and other ships. Learn the basics of ship classification and ... Read More

Ports of Entry – Small Coastal and Inland Vessels

Monday April 30, 2012
If you are interested in a maritime sector job but have no experience you may want to check out our newest installment of the "Ports of Entry" series that discusses ... Read More

U.S. and Canadian Maritime License Costs

Sunday April 29, 2012
Canada and the United States have the same standards to meet under the STCW convention but the two nations take much different approaches to training their mariners. This week Maritime Executive ... Read More

Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller has Passed Away

Monday April 16, 2012
The owner of the largest shipping company in the world passed away early this morning in Copenhagen. The Danish oil and shipping company, A.P. Moller - Maersk Group, was founded in ... Read More

Mythology of Titanic

Sunday April 15, 2012
One hundred years ago the shipping community strained to conceive that one of the most grand ocean going machines ever built had succumbed to natural forces and 1,517 lives were ... Read More

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