Skip to main content

SNAME sets dates for September conference in Virginia

The SNAME Technical and Research Program will host the 14th triennial Propeller and Shafting Systems Symposium on Sept. 15-16.

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.

The symposium is an opportunity for ship owners, operators, builders and designers, together with the research community, to explore and discuss the latest developments in marine propellers and their associated shafting systems.

Topics to be covered in 15 technical papers to be presented during the symposium include stern tube bearings and seals, composite materials, propulsion shaft alignment, vibrations and hydrodynamic loading on propulsors.

Click here for the full release.



Alleged Tournament Cheats Face Possible Legal Action

Approximately 8 pounds of lead was found stuffed inside fish entered into the contest by two men from Pennsylvania and an Ohio.


The Boat House Group Announces Merger

The transaction will add two Wisconsin dealerships and several sales, storage and service locations to the group’s portfolio of properties.


GLBBS Breaks Ground on Tech Center

The Michigan-based marine trades school will commence construction of a 10,000-square-foot training facility in the second quarter of 2023.


Avikus Debuts Autonomous Navigation

The company will demonstrate ‘Neuboat’, an autonomous phase-2 navigation solution for recreational boats at this year’s FLIBS.


Scope of Ian’s Devastation Emerges

Southwest Florida’s marine industry businesses are ensuring the welfare of their people well before the cleanup even begins.


Mercury Marine Receives Environmental Award

The company was recognized in the large business sustainability category by Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce.