International WorkBoat Show 2011

If it happened at IWBS 2011, you'll find it here

11.30.11.WorkBoat.crowdshotThe editors of WorkBoat magazine and diligently covered the biggest event in the workboat industry, getting you all the news from the floor, the educational seminars, and the meetings and parties happening all throughout New Orleans. This is where you'll find the product releases, business news, video interviews with industry members from the show floor, and everything you could ever hope to know about what went down at WorkBoat 2011. Even if you were walking the show floor yourself, you'll probably find something here you didn't know about that was going on in the far corner of the floor you couldn't quite make it to.

Continue to heck back often, though, because even though the show floor is now dark, we've still got a ton of material we'll be putting up, at least through the New Year. And, hey, is there anything you think we missed? Drop us a line and maybe we can follow up from the home office.


Industry survey shows workboat employee incomes above U.S. average 

Battery power can offset high fuel costs 

Offshore wind farm market poised to boom 

• Towboat inspection undergoes scrutiny at WorkBoat Show  

WorkBoat names its 10 Significant Boats of 2011 

Marad unveils marine highway ship designs  

Character matters to lenders 


It's all business on Day 3 

WorkBoat editors recap the important takeaways from IWBS 2011 

Why did Metal Shark land that 500-boat contract with the Coast Guard? 

'Maritime Matters' to MARAD's Matsuda  

What does IWBS11 attendance say about larger workboat industry?  

Listen to the WorkBoat editors recap the Executive Summit  

Emissions and new workforce hot topics on second day of WorkBoat Show 

What was the buzz on the first day of the 2011 International WorkBoat Show? 

See what company won the WorkBoat Environmental Award 

Consolidation predicted for workboat industry    


Regulatory Roundup: Talking with a senior Coast Guard investigator about TSMSes 

The Hocke Net: WorkBoat Show delivers the goods - here's proof 

Washington Watch: Wind farms are the buzz, but be careful before you dive in 

On the Waterfront: Patrol boat impresses 

Bruce Buls' thoughts on Significant Boats and Enviro Award winners 


Perko says its new rugged searchlights are spot on 

Charles Industries introduces intelligent marine chargers  

Laborde honors Mitsubishi for engineering excellence 

Cummins MerCruiser Diesel to unveil QSB6.7 engine  

Petrobras awards Rolls-Royce US$651m gas turbine-based power packages 

Cummins names Jenny Bush General Manager of Commercial Marine 

Lex Products showcases new portable power distribution solutions at the International WorkBoat Show 

ALGAE-X International showcases new automated fuel filtration system 

Dometic Marine launches DuraSea Condensing Unit to U.S. commercial market 

Analytic Systems commercial marine products ABS certified  

MagnaShear Motor Brakes features oil shear technology 

Trelleborg Offshore develops comprehensive collection of IALA-compliant navigation aids 

Coast Guard's third Fast Response Cutter launched 

Boatracs announces new vessel management and communications products 

• WESMAR displays tough commercial bow thrusters 

Brunswick to unveil new high-speed patrol boat 

Caterpillar launches Cat C175-16 marine propulsion engine 

Yanmar America launches commercial high-speed engines 

Northern Lights redefines the engine room using hybrid propulsion 

Caterpillar to power the first United States-flagged, EPA Tier 3 compliant deepwater offshore vessel in Gulf of Mexico  

Seakeeper gyros in testing on wind farm support vessels 

BAE Systems to Showcase maritime capabilities at the International WorkBoat Show  

Spencer Harris and JonRie Intertech join forces to develop heavy equipment repair services for the offshore drilling rig industry 


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