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Aurelia’s 100% Hydrogen Powered Design Awarded RINA Approval

Aurelia Green Ship Concept Design has unveiled a new design with 100% hydrogen propulsion, which challenges the future of the green design business. The Certificate of Approval in Principle has…

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Emissions From Viking Line’s Vessels Have Decreased by a Third In 15 Years

Over the past 15 years, Viking Line has succeeded in reducing carbon dioxide emissions from its vessels by nearly a third. Environmental investments have been made in the Baltic Sea’s…

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Great Lakes Announces Receipt of $107.0 Million in Awarded Work

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation (“Great Lakes” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: GLDD), the largest provider of dredging services in the United States, announced the receipt of several major dredging…

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Fairline Announces a New Targa 40

Luxury British boatbuilder, Fairline is pleased to announce its thrilling all-new model, the Targa 40. Launching in the summer 2023, this sporty and sleek new addition to the ever-popular Targa…

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Yacht transport in high demand, despite cargo competition

Here are some pointers to keep in mind. Moving yachts across oceans via transport ships has certainly grown in popularity over the years. For new yachts, this may be the…

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What the Deck! How to drive your mates mad

While working in an industry of extremely high standards and pressure, we all become hyper focused and develop certain pet peeves that get on each other’s nerves. My deck crew…

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Underwriters at the helm

When yacht owners shop around for insurance, they are faced with very high premiums and loss deductibles from underwriters who limit cruising grounds based on their risk assessment. In some cases, yacht insurance premiums have risen by at least 43 percent from 2021 to 2022.

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Hidden Gems: Potomac

Cruising up the majestic Potomac River – the second largest tributary of the Chesapeake Bay – is a breathtaking rite of passage for any boater. In 1608 John Smith mapped the Potomac, President George Washington was born, lived and died on it, and our nation’s capital was established on it. It’s a waterway that shaped our country. It's as enticing and intriguing now as it was then.

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Hidden Gems: Cambridge

– Sponsored Content – What boaters find when they arrive in Cambridge, is a wonderfully boatable, friendly and walkable city. What often surprises, and always delights them, is the contagious…

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Getting the tow where it needs to go

Power load, weather conditions, and size of the mothership are only a few of the factors that must be considered. Drag a large tender behind a 164-foot (50m) motor yacht…

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