A new generation of US merchant navy cadet ship with emergency response capabilities (credit: Herbert Engineering and MARAD).

After heading into 2020 with no newbuild work in hand or on order, Philly Shipyard has just clinched a major deal for the construction of two 160-metre merchant navy training ships to be owned by the US Maritime Administration (MARAD), writes David Tinsley.

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