Art Garcia

Contributing Writer

Art Garcia

Art Garcia is a regular contributor to The Maritime Executive magazine. He has an extensive media background and has been a correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times (London) and Christian Science Monitor.

Playing Catch-Up

By Art Garcia 02-18-2017 04:32:09

Posted in: Article 4

The U.S. lags far behind Europe in the development of offshore wind, but Block Island is a start. By Art Garcia The first of...

P&I: Stormy Weather

By Art Garcia 08-23-2013 10:20:00

Posted in: Shipping

“Building Resilience – Defining for a Sustainable Future” is the theme of the annual conference of the Internati...

The ECDIS Revolution

By Art Garcia 12-17-2012 01:35:00

Posted in: Shipbuilding

Like it or not, the age of paper charts for navigation is quickly coming to a close. By Art Garcia Clearly waiting on t...

Pipes, Pumps and Valves: All Systems Go

By Art Garcia 12-17-2012 01:34:00

Posted in: Shipbuilding

Demand is increasing for the type of basic equipment that every vessel needs, but counterfeiting is a growing problem. By A...

Second Port of Oakland Exec Suspended

By Art Garcia 12-17-2012 01:33:00

Posted in: Shipping

By Art Garcia The Port of Oakland’s newly installed Acting Executive Director Deborah Ale Flint ordered Maritime Dire...

Is LNG the Fuel of the Future?

By Art Garcia 12-17-2012 01:33:00

Posted in: Shipbuilding

The economic and environmental benefits of LNG-fueled vessels are compelling – and surprisingly affordable. By Art Ga...

Port of Oakland Saga Continues

By Art Garcia 12-17-2012 01:32:00

Posted in: Shipping

By Art Garcia Port of Oakland Executive Director Omar Benjamin [seen in thumb image] resigned on Monday in the wake of a sc...

The Power of Simulation

By Art Garcia 11-20-2012 03:40:00

Posted in: Training

By Art Garcia Realism continues becoming more real in maritime simulation with one of the latest advances being touch-scree...

Wanted: Naval Architects

By Art Garcia 11-20-2012 03:10:00

Posted in: Shipbuilding

An “under-the-radar” profession is doing just fine, thank you. By Art Garcia “What recession?”...

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