About WorkBoat.com

WorkBoat.com is a free online resource for commercial marine professionals, providing its members access to the latest news and information about the industry in a single place. The site includes articles on topics including inland waterways, harbors and ports, security, vessel construction, legislation, and offshore and passenger vessel operations.  WorkBoat.com also contains business resources, blogs by industry leaders, discussion forums on the industry's hot-button issues, and current and archived articles from WorkBoat magazine.  Relevant comercial marine media- from photos and video to podcasts and audio- provide members additional perspective on the industry.

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WorkBoat.com is part of a network of leading commercial marine media produced by Diversified Business Communications, which also includes the International WorkBoat Show, Pacific Marine Expo, and WorkBoat magazine.

 

 

Featured Content
Wood boats, aluminum boats and Port Townsend
It's still summer, still a good time to be on the water, whether for work or pleasure. Last week, I got a chance to do both at the same time. Author: Bruce Buls
August 26, 2014
What’s next for shipping assets?
Theories on optimal ownership structures for capital assets are like the shipping markets — they go in cycles. Since workboats are often ancillary to some larger business mission, I am always scanning the business news for clues about company architecture. Author: Barry Parker
August 26, 2014
Garbage in, garbage out.
Garbage in, garbage out is one of life’s inescapable truths that pertain to almost any activity that humans engage in. As the proverb goes, if you provide wrong data or bad instructions to people or computers, it will produce bad Author: Joel Milton
August 26, 2014
Google sells 'mystery barge'
Google scraps its plans for a floating showroom. Author: Leslie Taylor
August 21, 2014
Changes in hull policies
Ocean marine hull insurance has been around since the spice trading days hundreds of years ago. Today, the marine industry abides by a giant body of law, just as old, that considers what types of hull damage is covered and why. Author: Gene McKeever
August 21, 2014

 
 
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