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Most of the time, damages to marine vessels and structures are straight forward: there’s a collision, allision, or sinking due to mechanical failure, procedural failure, negligence, or an unfortunate concurrence of events. The involved vessels/structures are damaged, the damages are tallied up, and...
Ahoy, Mateys! We hear many phrases and words which we think we know the origin of – or at least they seem to have simple explanations. As a marine engineer, Mr. Steve Lindholm knows that words from the sea often wash ashore! Read on, Landlubbers, and we’ll Cut to the Chase.
Last year, EDT posted a blog on Ballast Water Management, and the intent of the article was to provide a synopsis of ballast water and regulations which affect the operation and equipment onboard ships. This blog is an update to keep you informed of new legislation and changes in regulations.