Maritime Companies Directory

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Bay Diesel & Generator

Bay Diesel & Generator specializes in diesel engine sales and repair (marine/industrial/big-bore) for all major brands, parts sales, and generator sales, repair, and maintenance.

Bay Diesel & Generator Corp.

Worldwide marine diesel sales and service

BBG Incorporated

BBG Incorporated is a Virginia small business with vast experience in electronic design and manufacturing. BBG offers hardware and software design and development services for the commercial and military sectors in both domestic and foreign markets.

Beach Panel & Controls, Inc.

Electrical Automation, Monitoring & Security

Blue Ridge Networks

VPN Security & Wireless Network Security with the Ultimate in User Convenience

BMT Designers & Planners, Inc.

Marine, Environmental, Traffic and Safety Engineering

BMT Designers and Planners, Inc.

Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering; Environmental and Safety Consulting Services; Modeling & Simulation



Booz Allen Hamilton

Booz Allen Hamilton, a global strategy and technology consulting firm, works with clients to deliver results that endure.





Carousel Paint Corp

Marine coatings supplier & Paint Store

Carousel Paint Corp,

Paints, Coatings & Supplies

CBG, LLC Metal Disintegration Service

On-site removal of broken bolts, studs, and nut without damaging the host equipment


Military & Marine Commerical Automation Equipment

CCS Services of VA Inc

Electrical/ Electronic--Marine, Commercial

CCS Services of VA Inc.



CCS-Inc is an ISO-90001:2000 certified systems integrator specializing in industrial computing solutions for use in harsh environments.

CDI Marine Company

Marine engineering, design, and logistics support

Maritime News

Glosten Design for All-Electric Ferry First

Glosten Design for All-Electric Ferry First

17 hours ago
Alabama's historic Gee's Bend Ferry recently entered service after being converted from geared-diesel to become the first zero-emission, electric-powered passenger/car ferry in the United States. Owned by the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) and operated by HMS Ferries, the 15-vehicle/132-passenger ferry runs on the Alabama River between Camden and Boykin, AL."As a first-of-its-kind vessel in North America, the Gee's Bend Ferry will have impact far beyond the State boarders. Successfully achieving United States Coast Guard approval of the vessel helps open this technology across the maritime industry," said Tim Aguirre, General Manager for HMS Ferries Alabama.
Columbia Class Subs Take Shape in Virginia

Columbia Class Subs Take Shape in Virginia

2 days ago
A plasma-burning machine cut the first steel plate that will be used to build Columbia (SSBN 826), the lead ballistic missile submarine. As Newport News continues its digital transformation, the event also marked the first class of submarines that will be built using fully digital blueprints.“Today is a historic day,” said Jason Ward, Newport News’ vice president for Columbia-class construction. “It has been a half century since Newport News Shipbuilding has constructed a ballistic submarine.
Heerema Unveils World's Largest Offshore Crane Vessel

Heerema Unveils World's Largest Offshore Crane Vessel

2 days ago
Dutch firm Heerema Marine Contractors and Singapore's Sembcorp Marine, on Thursday, showed off the world's largest crane vessel that can be used for the setup and decommissioning of offshore oil and gas facilities.The semi-submersible vessel, which cost Heerema about $1.5 billion, is equipped with two cranes that can reach a height of 220 metres, taller than the top of Singapore's iconic boat-shaped Marina Bay Sands hotel. The cranes have a combined lifting capacity of 20,000 tonnes, another industry record.The Sleipnir, named after Norse God Odin's eight-legged stallion, was built by Sembcorp Marine at its Singapore yard.
Catching Cruise Off-Guard: Norway’s zero-emissions fjord cruises

Catching Cruise Off-Guard: Norway’s zero-emissions fjord cruises

2 days ago
Norway on Jan. 1, 2026, will begin a ban on cruise ships powering through the Unesco-listed heritage fjords on anything but zero-emissions propulsion. For now, that means battery power, but few of the 190 cruise ship calls to these fjords are made with that kind of electro-chemical fuel on board. From now until 2026, you can still cruise the fjords on a closed-loop, or in-line, scrubber system, but few cruise ships have these installed. The new rules mean cruising elsewhere, finding suppliers of energy storage systems or accepting novel zero-emissions solutions.
Hurtigruten Inks 'Rotten Fish' Biogas Deal

Hurtigruten Inks 'Rotten Fish' Biogas Deal

2 days ago
As the global marine industry aggressively moves to reduce emissions from ships, and Norway in particular has thrown down the gauntlet of zero emission cruise ships in certain fjords along its scenic coast, Norwegian cruise ship operator Hurtigruten has signed a 7.5-year deal to buy liquefied biogas (LBG) made from dead fish and other organic waste to help power its vessels.Under the contract with Biokraft, Hurtigruten ships will start receiving near-daily supplies of LBG, with the first delivery taking place in 2020.The company last year said it would invest about $800 million to refit six vessels to partly run on the renewable fuel."Οur ships will literally be powered by nature.