As one of the only B2B magazine devoted to the entire commercial marine market, Marine Log focuses on inland, coastal and offshore shipping news, trends and topics in a variety of maritime sectors. Topics covered include shipyard news and contracts; vessel design; tug, towboat and barge operations and updates; passenger vessel news; personnel coverage, including CEO profiles, industry Q&As with top executives on a variety of current issues, and promotions and recent appointments; new technology and products; fuel and propulsion analysis; environmental news; developments in regulations and legislation from Washington; and both U.S. and international market coverage. The magazine’s worldwide audience of nearly 30,000 qualified subscribers receives both digital and print access to the latest industry news, marketplace decision-makers and more. In addition to its print and digital publications, Marine Log hosts two annual conferences—TTB: Tugs, Towboats & Barges for the commercial marine sector and FERRIES for the ferry and passenger vessel market—and produces hot-topic podcasts, social media engagements and daily newsletters. The magazine, which reaches up to 120,000 maritime professionals each month, and its digital assets allow readers to connect with the industry, stay informed and act on advertising and editorial opportunities.
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For nearly 140 years, Marine Log Magazine has been the Voice of the ENTIRE maritime industry. Covering everything from brown water to blue water, personnel to technology, towboats to tankers, Marine Log gives readers unparalleled insight into market dynamics. Stay current with industry trends, the latest information on regulations, and in-depth reporting by SUBSCRIBING to Marine Log today. www.marinelog.com/subscribe
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