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Matthew Nuss

Matthew Nuss is from Kingston, New York and has a bachelor of science in Atmospheric Science from SUNY Albany. He has 15+ years of providing meteorological and oceanographic services, from marine forecasting and optimum ship routing to charter party performance claims. An accredited Meteorologist (RMet) and Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society (FRMetS), he has been with Fleetweather since December 2005. Matthew is currently the Director of Marine Claims and Duty Director on the Atlantic Whales watch.

Fleetweather meteorologists to collaborate with Oshen on their Microtransat Challenge attempt!

Fleetweather’s team of marine routers are preparing to assist the team at Oshen in the voyage planning of their autonomous boat, as they attempt the Microtransat Challenge, completing a fully autonomous trans-Atlantic sailing expedition. Led by Duty Director of Marine Operations Matthew Nuss, the Fleetweather team consists of RMet accredited marine routers William Flamholtz, Mary […]

Fleetweather meteorologists to collaborate with Oshen on their Microtransat Challenge attempt!

Is Your Charter Party up to date?

Prior to the commencement of a period of employment involving multiple voyages, the vessel owners as well as the charterers will draw up a time charter agreement detailing various aspects of the vessel and voyages.  A large part of this agreement has to do with vessel performance, including the vessel description, speed and consumption warranties,

Is Your Charter Party up to date?

Polar Vortex and Mariners – a top down cold relationship!

Monitoring potential changes in upper air patterns is extremely important as this provides longer lead times for ship route  planning purposes. The Polar Vortex (PV) is no exception, and while many associate this with cold air and freezing conditions, a PV event plays a significant role in altering weather patterns at sea. It is an

Polar Vortex and Mariners – a top down cold relationship!

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