Welcome to the web site for
professional Marine Engineers worldwide. Since 1999, we have been providing
information and resource to professionals and novices, in the maritime world.
I welcome you to discover what marine engineers do, and explore their role in worldwide commercial shipping. You will find the "site navigation" menu at the top, and a "about the site" menu at the bottom. Enjoy your stay and feel free to contact me.
Martin - Marine Engineer and Webmaster
Feature - Marine Engineering - The New Wave has released its full technical program. It is a diverse and interesting program for all Marine Engineers. There will be topics from the Navy perspective, shipbuilding, a couple of presentations on LNG, one fom BC Ferries. Lots of high end stuff from the design and research apsects of the Marine industry. Not too mention a full plate of renewable resource projects on and below the waterline and practical ship operations topics. UVic will make a presentation on hybrid propulsion alternatie, while Corvus will talk about a fully electric ferry in Europe, amongst others. It really is a full - 24 technical presentations - program featuring some great Pacific Northwest content. You are encourage to visit the website and learn more, then come ! I will see you there.
What is Marine Engineering The New Wave? It is a technical conference and exhibition occuring in Victoria BC, June 2014, if you, or your company are thinking in participating - attending, sponsoring or exhibiting, now is the time to book! Visit the website for more participation info or follow the Twitter feed @catchthenewwave. Early bird pricing is in effect until early May.
In this Update - As most regular visitors know, this is principally a hobby website for me. I fit it in between family and work commitments, but with the large amount of time I've commited to The New Wave, this space has suffered some what. But I havent given up. Actually, quite contrary, my programmer and I are working on some site improvements, we hope to release soon. I also have lots of material on the back burner, so I will start chewing on that soon and probably be back with a full update over the summer.