Welcome to the web site for
professional Marine Engineers worldwide. Since 1999, we have been providing
information and resource to professionals and novices, in the maritime world.
I welcome you to discover what marine engineers do, and explore their role in worldwide commercial shipping. You will find the "site navigation" menu at the top, and a "about the site" menu at the bottom. Enjoy your stay and feel free to contact me.
Martin - Marine Engineer and Webmaster
- Long time visitor, contributor, friend of the site, and new father, Mike, has submitted
Transport Canada 2nd Class EK General
and EK Motors
exam questions. He also sent in the
study guides he created, to study for the TC 2nd Class
EK Motor exams, for the benefit of the community.
You can find Mike's Guide in the
Exam Help area of the
Ship's Library. Thank you Mike.
Planning for Marine Engineering - The New Wave is well underway, with sponsors, exhibitors and presenters showing good interest. If your are involved in the marine field, ship operations, ship building, repairs, etc, this event occuring in Victoria, June 2014, is not to miss. With Seaspan in full yard modification mode for the National Ship Procurement Program, BC Ferries latest announcement for three newbuilds, and design offices abuzz, this is a ideal event to learn, network and be seen. Visit the website for more participation info or follow the Twitter feed @catchthenewwave.
In this Update - I contracted a devastating computer virus, midway through my last contract at sea, so I was not able to do my usual update to the site, so not much new this time on the main site. However I am still putting stuff up on The Monitor (Blog) and Twitter @dieselduckster - of course, when within WiFi reach. Over on The Common Rail, our forum, there is a always an interesting discussion going on. I am suppose to be home for Christmas this year, a nice change from last year, spent at sea; hope you are too. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.