Wärtsilä welcomes student training ship from State University of New York Maritime College

Wartsila SUNY visit
June 17, 2016

17 June 2016 Wärtsilä welcomed cadets from the State University of New York (SUNY) Maritime College to its Trieste factory during the school’s summer sea term Italian port stop in June. The students use the summer sea term to gain practical experience on board the SUNY Maritime training ship, the Empire State VI. Upon arrival in Trieste, the Wärtsilä Italy management team welcomed the group of close to 600, which…


So you think protection is good for bussiness?

January 3, 2008

Marine Log Magazine ran this letter to the editor, in their December 2006 issue, which I thought was very insightful. The Jones Act, U.S. shipbuilding and competition I read with interest the letter in your October issue from Mr. Duffelmeyer concerning Jones Act interpretations and saving U.S. jobs in shipbuilding in Philadelphia. I started my career in 1959 with the world’s largest shipbuilder, Bethlehem Steel. Shortly thereafter, I found out…


Savannah: A southern belle

October 19, 2007

I’m a diesel man, I like it big, loud, and rumbling. Don’t talk to me about antiquities and all that “how it use to be” shit. Ok, in my old age I am learning to appreciate the finer point of older machinery and the beauty and simplicity and of course the quietness of it all. One of the reason is the Nuclear Ship Savannah. The NS Savannah has got to…