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Maritime Reporter & Engineering News

Will your ship be honored as a "Great Ship of 2019" in the December 2019 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News?

Every year, Maritime Reporter & Engineering News profiles the most outstanding ships built in shipyards around the world, recognizing Ship Builders, Ship Owners and Ship Designers as leaders in their field. This edition - the much anticipated end-of-the-year Awards Edition - generates much excitement, as your work is profiled and delivered to the largest audited b2b maritime industry worldwide.

The only way to have your ship featured in the December 2019 edition - Maritime Reporter & Engineering News' annual Great Ships Edition - is to complete the application by November 11, 2019 https://greatships.shipbuilding.com

For full details, contact: Greg Trauthwein, [email protected], t. +1 212 477 6700

Jul 11, 2019

 

Shipbuilding

Italian Navy Launches Offshore Patrol Ship

Photo courtesy of OCCAR.

GE Marine's LM2500+G4 gas turbine will  power the Italian Navy’s new Paolo Thaon di Revel

Alamco Wins 'SeaDream' Contract

Photo: ALMACO

ALMACO will deliver complete cabin and catering areas on SeaDream Yacht Club’s 155m ultra-luxury

C-Job Naval Architects Opens Houston Office

Photo: C-Job

C-Job Naval Architects will expand its business to the United States by opening a dedicated branch

Great Ships of the Year

Great Ships 2018: World’s Largest MOSS Type LNG Carrier

Photos: Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha

Pacific Breeze, a 182,000 cu. m. capacity LNG carrier, is the world’s largest MOSS type LNG

Great Ships 2018: BP's British Partner

Photos: BP Shipping

BP Shipping took delivery of British Partner, the first of a half dozen new 173,400 cu. m.

Great Ships of 2018: Halunder Jet

Image: © Flensburg Förde Reederei, FRS

Fast and comfortable to Heligoland with Halunder JetThe work took just over a year

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