WorkBoat Magazine

WorkBoat magazine is the only maritime industry publication dedicated exclusively to the U.S. workboat market. It provides in-depth reporting on topics including offshore services, shipbuilding and repair, port security, marine electronics, environmental regulations and more. Visit the current issue of WorkBoat magazine below or search past issues of the magazine and search for specific topics.

WorkBoat November 2012 Volume 69 Edition 11

Cover Story: WorkBoat November 2012

Wake Watch

The 78'x28' foil-assisted cat Rich Passage I in Puget Sound.

Features

Boats & Gear

Featured Content
Shipyard and training program welded together
Shipyard's on-site training facility is impressive. Author: Ken Hocke
November 20, 2014
Ship owner not immune from its medical staff
No doubt there's worried boardroom talk following the 11th Circuit Court of Appeal's decision declining to apply the Barbetta rule.  Author: John K. Fulweiler
November 18, 2014
Realigning oil services’ big three
To say that Halliburton’s planned $35 billion deal to acquire oilfield services’ rival Baker Hughes is a result of lower oil prices is oversimplification. Author: Dr. William J. Pike
November 18, 2014
Get ready for the Small Vessel General Permit
The moratorium for requiring permits for incidental discharges from commercial vessels less than 79 feet is set to expire on Dec. 18. Author: Kevin Gilheany
November 18, 2014
Low oils prices help, hurt operators
At yesterday's Marine Money Ship Finance Forum, Charles Fabrikant of Seacor said that energy companies “have throttled back on spending.” Author: Barry Parker
November 13, 2014

 
 
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