The technical program was finalized for the Nov. 3-7 World Maritime Technology Conference at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence.
Boatbuilders make news when they mark production milestones, roll out fresh lines of boats and relocate to new facilities. And boatbuilding isn't limited to companies. Enterprising Individuals sometimes build a boat for themselves.
It’s a quandary affecting a boatbuilder Down Under, but anyone in the business of building boats can appreciate the dilemma.
Volunteers in the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum Boatworks program in Florida are keeping a maritime tradition alive.
The SNAME Technical and Research Program, in cooperation with the organization’s Hampton Roads, Va., section, will host the 14th triennial Propeller and Shafting Systems Symposium Sept. 15-16 at the Waterside Marriott and Convention Center in Norfolk, Va.
Information about the World Maritime Technology Conference, which runs from Nov. 3-7 at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, is available via the WMTC 2015 mobile app.
Massachusetts-based Zurn Yacht Design announced the construction of a Zurn-designed 38-foot twin-waterjet boat.
The Landing School is now offering five scholarships for students who want a career in the marine industry but struggle to pay the cost of their education.
Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo was the featured speaker as 40 new IYRS School of boatbuilding and restoration graduates launched 11 wooden boats into Newport Harbor.
The Volvo Ocean Race fleet left Newport, R.I., hopefully leaving thousands of local youth with fresh exposure to the marine industry and ready to take advantage of a new boatbuilding program that launches this summer.
David MacFarlane and Jim Ewing are partnering to form Reliant Yachts, a new boatbuilding venture of power- and sailing yachts in Newport, R.I.