Researchers in Australia are working on technologies that may be able to predict the likelihood with which maritime mistakes occur.
A newly released study suggests commercial fishermen may be doing an extraordinary deal of good for the environment by reducing carbon dioxide emissions.
It may be awhile before safety officials work the kinks out and driverless cars are sold, but autonomous boats may come sooner than people realize.
Here are a few nautical chart comprehension pointers to help you better navigate the open waters.
For marine contractors stationed in western Europe – or whose upcoming labors will take them to the other side of the pond – an annual gathering is just around the corner that merits a mention.
In 2016, accidents and injuries at sea claimed the lives of more than 100 maritime professionals in Europe, according to newly released statistics.
In an effort to expedite the recovery process in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria knocked power out to virtually the entire island, the Jones Act is being lifted temporarily.
The autonomous era may arrive for boating before it impacts automotive.