Top 5 Maritime News, Blogs & Magazines

Jan 24, 2021 | API Knowledge zone

Top 5 Maritime News, Blogs & Magazines

The following list of the best maritime magazines, news, and blog providers is independent and it is selected by Datalastic opinion.

Datalastic doesn’t own or does not have any formal relationship with any of the mentioned news providers.

The following magazines do not pay any commission for being mentioned here and Datalastic is not responsible for any content displayed in the mentioned maritime blogs and magazines.

1. Marine Insight Maritime News

Marine Insight says to be World’s No. 1 Complete Maritime Information Website. First launched in 2010, nowadays it is a profound hub of maritime technical knowledge, case studies, hardware knowledge, news about vessels and maritime industry in general, video guides, e-books and much more.

2. The Maritime Executive Magazine

The Maritime Executive was founded in 1997. With its vast experience in the industry and knowledge, it has the largest audited circulation in the maritime industry. Apart from the large on-line content it also issues physical magazines as well as publications in other partner media channels.

3. MarineLink News

MarineLink started in 1996 is a reliable source on not only maritime news but also other industries related information, news, technical knowledge, etc. Following it for a few days will give you a great overview of industry insights and will keep you up-to-date with the maritime industry.

4. Seatrade Maritime News

Seatrade Maritime is established in 1970, Seatrade Maritime is the market leader in connecting the global maritime community throughout a diverse portfolio of publications, events, and business intelligence resources. From quarterly publication Seatrade Maritime Review and digital news provider Seatrade Maritime News, through to a collection of exceptional live Seatrade Maritime events, Seatrade Maritime keeps the network at the forefront of market development.

5. gCaptain Blog & News

gCaptain was established in 2008 and with rapid growth currently welcomes 600,000 unique visitors a month viewing roughly three million pages.

Through the use of social media tools, gCaptain promotes user interaction, discussion, and the sharing of both ideas and information.

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