The member societies of CEMT publish a wide range of technical journals and papers, covering not technical subjects developments, but also for economic and general problems as felt and presented by associations of ship owners, shipbuilders, associated industries, employees representations and when relevant, politicians.
Many of these publications are available to non members of the CEMT Societies.
Published in 10 issues per year, The Naval Architect is the principal journal of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects. It reports on the technical aspects of the design, construction, equipping, maintenance and operation of marine vessels, principally over 100m in length.
Published in 6 issues per year, Ship & Boat International provides detailed coverage of small craft and small ship design, construction and operation. In addition to news items, it includes specialised features and technical descriptions of selected new vessels, including fast ferries, tugs, offshore support vessels patrol craft, pilot launches and coastal cargo ships.
Published in 5 issues a year with The Naval Architect, Warship Technology adopts a technical rather than political approach to naval defence, giving in-depth coverage to the design, construction and outfitting of all types of naval vessels worldwide.
Published quarterly with The Naval Architect, Offshore Marine Technology reports on the technical aspects of the marine offshore sector, including production, support and marine renewable energy. on all aspects of the marine offshore field.
Published quarterly, Shiprepair & Conversion Technology provides quality technical information on all aspects of repair and conversion. In-depth coverage is given to all types of vessels, ranging from fishing vessels and workboats to cruise liners, ferries, container ships and tankers.
Significant Ships is a quality annual publication providing an invaluable reference source to some of the very best in today's ship design and construction. It gives technical details of approximately 50 selected merchant ships of all classes and types, of 100m in length and above, which were completed last year by shipyards worldwide.
Significant Small Ships is a quality annual publication providing an invaluable reference source to some of the very best in today's ship design and construction. It gives technical details of approximately 50 of the most innovative, trend-setting and interesting commercial craft up to 100m in length which were completed last year by shipyards worldwide.
The International Journal of Maritime Engineering (IJME) publishes peer reviewed papers on technical and scientific issues associated with the design and construction of marine vessels and offshore structures. The IJME is published four times a year as Part A of the Transactions of The Royal Institution of Naval Architects.
Institute of Marine Engineering Science & Technology
The Marine Professional is the official membership magazine for the IMarEST. Published every month it delivers authoritative, informative, and independent editorial providing comprehensive coverage and business critical information for the entire marine sector.
Research papers concerned with scientific and theoretical research applied to all aspects of marine engineering and technology. Published as Proceedings of the IMarEST.
Research papers on topics of scientific and applied research advances associated with all aspects of operational oceanography. Published as Proceedings of the IMarEST.
ATMA publishes the Annual session and seminar proceedings in a bound book which is sent to every ATMA member. For non members, the book but also separated papers can be ordered by mail.
In parallel, every year, 2 papers are selected and put on-line (pdf format) the following month on the ATMA web site with free downloading. https://www.atma.asso.fr/en/page-14/free-online-papers.html
At the beginning of the following session year all papers are put on the ATMA web site (pdf format) but can be only downloaded by members who have asked for a specific personal password.
Published in 11 issues per year, Ingeniería Naval is the principal journal of AINE. It includes information about the maritime sector, news, ships technical descriptions and technical articles. Magazine. Paper and online.
Published twice a year. It’s a technical journal that publishes peer reviewed papers on technical and scientific issues related to the maritime sector. Online
Updated daily. News website focused on the maritime sector that also hosts Ingeniería Naval. Online
The Journal is issued quarterly by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade. The Journal publishes papers from all fields of mechanical engineering. Papers are reviewed. A paper from the field of Naval Architecture or Marine Engineering is to be reviewed by someone from the Department of Naval Architecture (the founder and conductor of SNAS).
Published bimonthly (plus two supplements per year), under the auspices of the Italian Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (National Research Council). The magazine id the Official Organ of ATENA and is also the informative organ of the International Propeller Club of Italy and Assonave (Italian Association of Shipyard Suppliers). News and technical reports edited by ATENA are regularly published in the magazine.