Publications and Reports

Training Lags a Year Behind the Code

Crystal Serenity - A New Chapter in Arctic Shipping or Just "Doing it Right"?

Date: 
October 2016
Publication: 
Arctic Yearbook 2016
Description: 

In the 2016 edition of the Arctic Yearbook, Captain David (Duke) Snider discusses the recent transit of Crystal Cruise's MV Crystal Serenity through the Northwest Passage, to date, the largest vessel to do so. Was this a herald of new things to come, or just an example of doing things right?

The Arctic Shipping Internet Game

Date: 
29 April 2016
Publication: 
Arctic Deeply
Description: 

Captain David (Duke) Snider dispels some of the Arctic shipping myths that gain momentum on the internet and beyond.

Maritime Energy Transport: Shore-side Lessons

Date: 
April 2015
Publication: 
BC Shipping News
Description: 

In advance of The Nautical Institute British Columbia Branch May 2015 conference on Maritime Energy Transport, Captain Duke Snider, Senior Vice President of The Nautical Institute, discusses how the interface between ship and shore is often forgotten when thinking of transporting energy at sea.  

Arctic Shipping Faces Multiple Challenges AND Setting the Standard for Ice Navigation

Date: 
March/April 2015
Publication: 
International Tug and OSV
Description: 

Captain Snider outlines the challenges faced by Arctic shipping and the moves by The Nautical Institute and the IMO to introduce ice navigator standards for mariners operating in Polar Regions in two articles for International Tug and OSV magazine.

The Next Ships to Protect Canada's Arctic

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