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Latest From Michael Grey
Logic confirms there are still too many shipyards in the world, scratching around for a living is a world where demand is hugely cyclical, desperately penetrated by politics, with even the world’s biggest finding themselves struggling
A new index measuring the happiness of seafarers is a welcome innovation, even if happiness is a relative yardstick
The spotlight on the Strait of Hormuz has exposed the severe limitations on the Royal Navy’s ability to protect merchant shipping and the vulnerability of ships on passage in this important waterway
The rise of automation on ships is leading to a culture of micromanaging, undermining seafarers’ confidence, sidelining their decision-making skills and leaving them wondering what they are there for
You can have all the electronics, clever sensors and automatic aids you like, but you will, from time to time, still be dependent upon somebody who knows what to do when it all goes pear-shaped
The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers, with its long record of education, will be just the sort of developer we need for some useful lessons on maritime matters