Maritime Companies Directory

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Gene Spinazola, P. E. & Associates, INC.

Fire protection and safety for marinas and boatyards

Gibbs & Cox, Inc.

commercial and military marine craft designing

Gowen Marine

Full service boatyard

Great Atlantic Navigation Co.

Vessel and project management.

International WorkBoat Show

Tradeshow Organizer and Publisher

Jamaica Bay

luxury private yacht

John Jay Marine, Inc.

boat sales and brokerage

Knight Marine Service

Marina and Boat Storage

Landing School of Boatbuilding and Design

Marine Trades School: Boatbuilding; Small Vessel Design; Marine Systems Technology

Long Reach Marine Group, LLC

Designers, Builders & Operators of Excursion Vessels

Lulu Inc.

Tour Boat Company

Maine Maritime Academy

Maritime College Education

Maine Maritime Academy Continuing Education

Provide continuing education for Merchant Mariners

Maine Monolite

Boat and ship component builder using patented high tech composites manufacuring top performance, fuel efficent, low maintenance vessels


Caterpillar Dealer




Marine Electronics

NAVIS/Samyung Marine Electronics


Maritime News

GE to Supply Propulsion Systems for MARAD's New Training Ships

GE to Supply Propulsion Systems for MARAD's New Training Ships

12 hours ago
GE’s Power Conversion business has been awarded a $40 million contract to supply the power and propulsion systems for two National Security Multi-Mission Vessels (NSMV). This new class of purpose-built ships for the U.S. Department of Transportation's Maritime Administration (MARAD) will be used primarily to provide cadets with at-sea training on operational vessels.GE was selected as the single-source vendor (SSV) for the ships’ propulsion system, which includes the integration of the diesel engines, generators, switchboards, transformers, main propulsion drives, propulsion motors and auxiliary support systems.
Monjasa Acquires Tanker for Middle East Operations

Monjasa Acquires Tanker for Middle East Operations

12 hours ago
Oil and shipping group Monjasa said it has acquired the 9,600-dwt oil and chemical tanker Monjasa Server from Golden-Agri Stena. The 117.6-meter vessel is set for cargo and bunkering operations in the Arabian Gulf by November 2020.Formerly known as the GS Adventure, the 2009-built Monjasa Server joins Monjasa’s marine fuel operations across the Middle East, which currently consist of four tankers ranging between 4,000 and 10,000-dwt.Equipped with deepwell pumps and five tank segregations allowing multiple fuel grades onboard, Monjasa Server increases operational flexibility.
Pilot Thomas Logistics Expands Gulf Coast Reach

Pilot Thomas Logistics Expands Gulf Coast Reach

14 hours ago
Fuel, lubricants and petroleum solutions provider Pilot Thomas Logistics (PTL) and its family of companies including Radcliff/Economy, Maxum Petroleum and Economy Boat Store, announced that PTL has received authorization from MSD Victoria to perform over the water transfers in the Houston-Galveston and Texas City Sectors. The authorization expands and extends the service area that now encompasses the entire Western Gulf Coast from Brownsville, Texas to Lake Charles, La."We’ve had early operational success in Brownsville, Corpus Christi, Ingleside, Point Comfort, Beaumont, Port Arthur, Orange, Sabine Pass and Lake Charles," said Bill Swendsen, Senior Director Marine Sales – Gulf Coast.
American Cruise Lines' New Roverboat American Melody Launched

American Cruise Lines' New Roverboat American Melody Launched

15 hours ago
American Cruise Lines said its fourth new Modern Series riverboat launched last week at Chesapeake Shipbuilding in Salisbury, Md. is on schedule for its inaugural Mississippi River cruise season beginning in summer 2021.Once complete, American Melody will have five decks, and accommodate 175 guests in 91 staterooms. American Melody will highlight the Line’s new interior design, showcasing a multi-story glass atrium at the center of the ship, 100% private balcony accommodations and a patented opening bow and retractable gangway.All American’s new modern riverboats have been designed with sweeping expanses of glass throughout.
ARMS Reliability Wins Contract with MODEC

ARMS Reliability Wins Contract with MODEC

11 hours ago
ARMS Reliability said it has reached an agreement with floating production solutions provider MODEC to assist with optimization and rapid strategy development of asset maintenance management philosophy for MODEC’s newest floating production, storage and offloading unit (FPSO) project for the Bacalhau field, offshore Brazil. The Bacalhau FPSO, the largest ever ordered for Brazil, will be capable of producing up to 220,000 barrels of crude oil per day."The four-phase project will begin with the development of an asset management philosophy based on asset strategy management