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BRINGING VIOLA HOME: Spring Survey to South Georgia Postponed

The COVID-19 effect can be felt, not just at the centres of human population, but also at the ends of the earth.

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SOLIS MARINE CONSULTANTS – OPEN FOR BUSINESS

As circumstances are changing so rapidly around the world and not least for the whole of the maritime industry,

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COVID-19: LETTER FROM ROTTERDAM

The situation in Europe is changing rapidly. Sander Loef writes about working and living during the coronavirus pandemic in Rotterdam

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COVID-19: LETTER FROM SHANGHAI

Solis Marine Master Mariner Captain Roland Orange on living and working in China during the CoronaVirus outbreak

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AI CAPTAIN! What autonomous vessel UK sea trials will mean for the future of shipping

There are reported to be more than 1,000 autonomous vessels operating in international waters and 53 odd organisations contributing to

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Artificial Intelligence: At The Helm of The Modern Day Mayflower

Four hundred years ago, 101 Pilgrims and their crew sailed from Plymouth England to the New World in a ship which took two months to make the transatlantic crossing.