Welcome to the latest issue of Ship Technology Global magazine

The results of a survey of seafarers last year highlight that the majority believe that more training is needed to deal with the new technologies emerging in the maritime sector. In this issue, we take a look into the skills they need to learn, and how the industry will roll out the training.

Elsewhere, we look into some new propulsion technologies, including new wave devouring propulsion technology being researched at Cranfield University, how Amogy is pushing ammonia fuel into the future, and why Scandinavia has become a hub for hydrogen power.

As well as this, we give a rundown of the most expensive maritime projects last year and consider what the data tells us about the Red Sea crisis' impact on maritime emissions.

For all this and the latest maritime industry news, comment, and analysis from GlobalData, read on. And don't forget to stay up to date with everything at @ShipTechMag.

Peter Nilson, editor