Cospolich Blog

How Do You Feed a Boatload of Sailors for an Extended Voyage?

Since the first maritime navigators took to the sea over 10,000 years ago, the task of keeping hungry sailors fed throughout an extended voyage has been a daunting one. Today, feeding our nation’s sailors still

posted by Matt Farley •

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Cospolich

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Cospolich! What a wonderful time we’ve had in 2017, and we’re looking forward to the exceptional times that 2018 will hold. Christmas is a time for traditions, being

posted by Matt Farley •

Quality on Display: The International Workboat Show

If you own, operate, or build commercial vessels, this is an important week. Thousands of people working in the commercial marine industry will be meeting in New Orleans for the International Workboat Show from Wedn

posted by Lori Hutchins •

Meet Me in Seattle: Cospolich at Pacific Marine Expo

This year’s Pacific Marine Expo is right around the corner! Held in Seattle, Washington, November 16-18, it is the largest commercial trade show on the West Coast. It’s a great opportunity for industry profes

posted by Matt Farley •

A Strong Fishing Industry Needs Sturdy Equipment to Match

For those who don’t live right on the coast, it can be difficult to realize just how integral the fishing industry is to the U.S. economy. Certainly, a nice seafood dinner or a television program might give some hi

posted by Matt Farley •

Lean, Mean, Insulating Machines: Modular Galley Equipment by Cospolich

Modular construction of galley equipment is changing the way ships are refitted. In the past, just getting the new equipment onboard could mean putting the vessel in a shipyard for several days, possibly weeks, while cre

posted by Matt Farley •