FREE REPORT: The 2020 Outboard Directory
The workboat world is embracing outboard engines today more than it has in the past. More patrol boats, support vessels, special military crew carriers and other boats that used to rely on small to mid-sized inboard diesels are moving to outboards. The 2020 Outboard Directory is an essential resource for anyone who wants a better understanding of the diesel outboard market.
FREE REPORT: The 2019 Diesel Directory
The 2019 Diesel Directory/Power Guide contains more than a dozen manufacturer’s lists of engines for the U.S. marine market. In spite of the strong demand for electric power propulsion systems during the past 12 months, diesel engines are still king in the marine industry. Engine companies are complying with environmental regulations established by the EPA and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) by introducing new compliant engines to the market.
FREE REPORT: Is the Commercial Marine Industry Ready to Build Offshore Wind Turbines?
The East Coast between southern New England and the Carolinas is very attractive for offshore energy development. It has consistent year-round wind close to “load centers” — Boston, New York and other cities of the eastern megapolis, said James Bennett, who heads BOEM’s renewable energy program. That being said, in U.S. waters, offshore wind developers face hurdles of finding enough heavy-lift construction vessels, and even physical space in U.S. ports to accommodate the coming generation of giant wind turbines.
FREE REPORT: Achieving Cybersecurity on the Water
As reported in WorkBoat Magazine and WorkBoat.com, cybersecurity is no longer an issue that can be ignored. A recent survey done by New Orleans-based law firm Jones Walker LLP showed nine out of ten of the small to mid-size maritime companies surveyed are unprepared for a cyberattack and that nearly two in five companies experienced an attempted or successful data breach in the past year.
FREE REPORT: How are Drones Being Used in Maritime and Offshore Services?
It’s easy and in some cases justified to get excited about the potential of drone technology, but many predictions are based on how the drones might be utilized, as opposed to the difference they’re actually making. It’s why figuring out the ROI of UAVs is a key consideration when it comes to adoption, and it’s why the current applications of drones in maritime and offshore services are so important to consider.
FREE REPORT: WorkBoat's 2018-2019
The numbers have been crunched for WorkBoat’s 2018-2019 Construction Survey.
Each year the editors of WorkBoat Magazine and WorkBoat.com reach out to shipyards across the U.S. to find out what is in their yards and compile those numbers to create the Annual Construction Survey. This survey digs deep to uncover what boats have been contracted for, are under construction or have been recently delivered within the year. It is no easy task to give readers a bird's-eye view of shipyard construction over the past 12 months, however, our expert editorial team knows this survey is a crucial tool for readers when it comes to the state of the industry and the health of the market.