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Registration opens for fast-sea transportation conference

Early bird registration is open for the 13th International Conference on Fast Sea Transportation.

Early bird registration is open for the 13th International Conference on Fast Sea Transportation, or FAST, which will take place Sept. 1-4 at the FHI 360 Conference Center in Washington, D.C.

A discount of $120 a person is being offered for registrations received by July 1. The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers is organizing FAST 2015.

The biennial FAST conference is a technical conference addressing fast-sea transportation issues. FAST 2015 will feature more 75 technical paper presentations authored by marine industry experts on a range of issues.

Click here for the list of technical papers and presenters, current as of May 15.



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