Tagged: Engineering

30/04/2010 07:30:00 AM
Catastrophic Oil Spill Threatens Gulf of Mexico Coast
By Louisa Beckett 
Details on the catastrophic oil spill threatening the Gulf of Mexico. more...
05/11/2009 04:15:00 AM
Full Ahead: Creating the Next Generation of Engineers
By Richard Boggs[Photo by Mark O'Connell] 
Training today’s yacht engineers.   more...
03/02/2009 07:40:00 AM
Stabilizer Maintenance: Time to Charge the Silencers!
By Mike Perkins 
Putting more miles under the keel means stabilizer service intervals come up faster. more...
14/10/2008 08:00:00 PM
Right Whales, Wrong Rules?
By Louisa Beckett 
Starting in December, new regulations take effect that will reduce the speed of large ships (at least 65-feet long) within 20 nautical miles of major East Coast ports in order to prevent whale collisions. more...
18/08/2008 08:30:00 PM
What Were They Thinking?
By Richard Boggs 
Superyacht engineers and the worst design nightmares they have faced. more...
08/08/2008 08:35:00 PM
Miracle Workers
By Chief Engineer Gordon Winchester 
Why engineers could be the most diligent human resources on a yacht. more...
30/06/2008 09:00:00 PM
Top 5 Radio Survey Blunders
By Brian Coffin 
It is not uncommon to perform a radio survey and find the crew to be very unaware of what is expected of them. more...

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