“Goin’ BIG” – Jensen Featured in “National Fisherman” Cover Story
Longliners and trawlers take center stage at the nation’s yards
For the past few years, new boat construction for the West Coast and Alaska fisheries has been defined by gillnetters and 58-footers. But in the past year builders have seen a surge in the construction, rebuilding or extensive modifying of large boats for those fisheries. It’s a case of upgrading older boats to make them more efficient and safer, sticking with proven designs, or in one case, jumping way ahead of the pack in terms of propulsion choices. Four boats, which all benefited from the naval architecture and marine engineering services of by Jensen Maritime, are perhaps an example of what other boat owners will be doing in the near future.
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Crowley Participates in Saildrone Inc’s $100 Million Series-C Round to Advance Ocean Intelligence Products
Crowley Maritime Corporation has partnered with Saildrone Inc., the emerging market leader in ocean data, ocean mapping, and maritime intelligence solutions, by participating in their $100 million Series-C raise. The burgeoning relationship is valuable for the growing offshore wind sector, for which both Crowley and Saildrone are key service providers. The strategic investment will be […]Read More
Crowley Fuel Review September 2021
Crowley continues to monitor the cost of fuel in all of our trades. Due to increased fuel costs, the following adjustments to fuel charges will be made effective November 14, 2021. These adjustments will apply to market and contract rates. 20′ 20′ REF 40′ 40′ NOR 40′ REF 45′ NIT VEH +$25 +$40 +$50 +$50 […]Read More