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    Smart Ports

    Dear readers,   In this new issue, you will travel to Saudi Arabia and the Netherlands to discover two of the smartest and most automated ports in the world—the King Abdullah Port and the Port of Rotterdam.   You’ll also read about the new generations of antifouling coatings as leading companies are updating their product lines to meet European environmental...

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    King Abdullah Port in Saudi Arabia (KSA) is becoming the leading automated port in the region (Courtesy of KSA)

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    Strategically situated on the busy Asia-Europe shipping route and in close proximity to the Suez Canal, King Abdullah Port in Saudi Arabia (KSA) is quickly becoming the leading automated port in the region.   With a robust infrastructure based on the latest port technology systems and expertly trained staff, the port...

    Barnacle boat (Courtesy of Creative Commons)

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    The marine curse of fouled hulls has generated a thriving industry of toxic paints which release self-polishing copolymers. But the European Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) calls into question even the less harmful copper-based antifouling paints. Leading companies are updating their lines to meet the upcoming...

    The Lagoon Seventy 7 (Courtesy of Lagoon)

    Large catamarans offer several advantages over monohulls—stability, space, and fuel efficiency. To make its new flagship Seventy 7 even more attractive, Lagoon has added a powerful sail. NauticExpo e-mag joined the crew for an afternoon outing on the South China Sea, where the first hull was launched.   Accommodations...

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