Riviera publishes maritime specific magazines, newsletters and websites, including Tug Technology & Business, Offshore Support Journal, Offshore Wind Journal and Marine Propulsion. We provide in-depth technical coverage of the latest above & below deck equipment, regulations, vessel designs, electronics and fleet management technologies from around the world. Our Knowledge Bank service provides a library of technical documentation for marine engineers and naval architects. See www.rivieramm.com for links to all our magazine websites and conferences.
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary MachineryMarine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery has reported on ships’ engineering systems for 34 years and is the leading international publication for the fleet directors and superintendents - reporting on all technical and operational aspects of commercial vessels. With a reach in excess of 13,000 unique readers worldwide, it is the most broadly circulated engineering journal in this sector. Marine Propulsion covers all types of main and auxiliary machinery on board every type of commercial vessel. Marine Propulsion’s core content is the technology used to propel ships, but extensive coverage is also given to other machinery maintained by shipboard engineers. For details of how you can receive your copy visit www.mpropulsion.com
Offshore Support Journal
Offshore Support JournalOffshore Support Journal is the only publication focusing exclusively on the technology used in the offshore support vessel industry. The Offshore Support Journal provides those working in the OSV industry with in-depth, expert coverage and analysis of the main technological innovations, regional developments, regulatory changes, vessel orders and corporate news from around the world. For more than 19 years OSJ has provided continuous, in-depth coverage of the industry, tracing the growth of offshore developments worldwide and providing vessel owners, oil majors, shipyards and equipment providers with the essential technical, financial and regulatory information they need. Visit www.osjonline.com
Tug Technology and Business
Tug Technology and BusinessTug Technology & Business is designed to meet the information needs of the commercial, operational and technical management in tug and workboat owners and to keep those responsible for tug service management in ports and harbours updated with the latest developments. Through its team of editors and journalists Tug Technology & Business offers an independent perspective on the latest international developments and technical innovations and uniquely takes an in-depth look at the needs of end user of tug services.www.tugtechnologyandbusiness.com
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery Magazine
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery provides unrivalled access to an international audience of marine engineering superintendents, fleet managers, technical directors, project teams and operational management, plus a wide range of operational and technical personnel from: classification societies, registries, naval architects, shipyards, port & harbour authorities and national and supra-national regulators. See www.mpropulsion.com for more information and the latest international news on marine engineering topics.
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