Marine Engineering

Did you watch Sinbad the Sailor as a child? Have you always had a taste for adventure and a longing for travel on the high seas? Consider a career as a Marine Engineer. Here at Bright Hub’s Marine Engineering Channel you’ll find all the information you need to know from working on diesel engines, to safety and fire regulations, to the challenges and rewards of life as a seafarer.
Managing editor, Lamar, and his talented team of writers will lead you on a journey through the fascinating world of maritime law and ocean travel. Explore careers in the U.S. Coast Guard, Marine Corps or Navy. Find out what it’s like to work on a cruise liner or an oil tanker. What is the shipping industry doing about Marine Pollution? Read articles about the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, MARPOL and International Maritime Organization (IMO).
Join the Bright Hub Community to explore the many facets of marine engineering and naval architecture, ship building and more. Ask questions of experts, voice your opinion, and keep up to date on the latest news and regulations. Get ready to dive into an exciting new world!

Maritime History of Canada

The Royal Canadian Navy is the maritime or naval force of Canada. It was been founded in 1910, and Canada has been a member of NATO since 1949. This article showcases the historical accomplishments of the RCN.

Nautical Trivia Quiz for Ship’s Engineers (and Interested Enthusiasts)

Engineer Officers gain experience through looking after the ship’s main engines during their watch and by checking, maintaining, and repairing the numerous components of the engine room. Their experience in marine engineering can be accessed through taking the following nautical trivia quiz.

WWII – Guide to the War in Europe

World War II was fought hardest in Europe. Millions of soldiers and civilians died in a bitter conflict lasting from 1939 to 1945. Battles in the air and at sea changed the course of history, and here are some of the most important related battles, equipment, and simulations from and about WW II.

The Famed Russian Battleship Potemkin

Although made famous abroad by the Sergei Eisenstein film, the Russian Battleship Potemkin holds a unique place in Russian and Soviet history. The rebellion of her crew is often held as a model and inspiration for the Russian Revolution of 1917 which toppled the Romanov Tsars during World War I.