MacGregor brings virtual reality to customer training; Pirates reportedly release seized dhow

MacGregor brings virtual reality to customer training
MacGregor brings virtual reality to customer training
March 27, 2017 — MacGregor has recently opened a new facility in Arendal, Norway, which houses a training academy for customers. It specializes in advanced simulation training and has a purpose-built virtual reality (VR) showroom.

Pirates reportedly release seized dhow
“The dhow has been released by the pirates after taking one skiff, food and diesel…”
VIDEO: Damen launches walk-to-work wind farm SOV

When completed, Bibby Marine Services Limited will deploy the vessel to support forthcoming offshore wind construction and O&M projects in the North Sea.
How to get LNG to shore without a jetty

Wärtsilä has partnered with Houlder and Trelleborg to develop a system for transferring LNG from the carrier vessel to shoreline terminals where no jetty exists.
Eagle Bulk confirms nine ship Ultramax acquisition

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Rolls-Royce in smart ship MOU with TCOMS

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The INS takes over all central tasks and services.
ABB to power and monitor BW Group FSRU newbuild

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