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Charles Bergin

Charles Bergin is from Ronkonkoma, New York and has a Bachelor's Degree in Atmospheric Science from Stony Brook University. He is an accredited Meteorologist of the Royal Meteorological Society (RMet). He has been with Fleetweather since 2017 and is currently a Marine Router on the Pacific Sharks team

The Future is Looking Green

With more stringent emission regulations and increasing fuel costs, the shipping industry is actively looking for viable alternative green ship technologies to help meet these growing demands. One idea is to better harness wind power to help power ships, reduce emissions and save fuel. Experts believe that fuel savings of up to 50% are achievable, […]

The Future is Looking Green

Spring is in the air!

As the Northern Hemisphere transitions into spring, the current weather pattern and icing situation in the North Atlantic provides some interesting routing considerations.

Spring is in the air!

Riding the Great West Wind Drift

While the northern hemisphere moves into meteorological spring the South Atlantic switches from summer into autumn. February (late summer) in the South Atlantic is typically known for favourable voyage conditions. The pronounced gale track is usually further south of the main shipping lanes than during the austral winter. This provides advantageous opportunities for ship owners

Riding the Great West Wind Drift

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