Join us in celebrating National Maritime Day at the NS Savannah
on Sunday, May 21, 2017 from 10a.m. to 3p.m.!
For more information, please visit PortFest.
April 12, 2017:
Great article in the Baltimore Sun
on Baltimore’s newest water taxis, built right here in Baltimore by Maritime Applied Physics Corporation! Check it out!
MAPC has been chosen to demonstrate its Unmanned GARC and a smaller version of it’s TALONS towed parafoil during the United State’s Marine Corps and U.S. Navy new amphibious technologies exercise this April in California.
For more about the exercise, please see this news article.
For more about TALONS-S
and Unmanned GARC
, please visit our website!
MAPC’s GARC spares and parts
are now available on GSA Advantage!
Please check out our link on the GARC for more information.
MAPC has entered and won December, 2016’s “OpenWERX
” Boat Bow Challenge design competition event for the SOFWERX
organization. their info: http://www.sofwerx.org/openwerx/
MAPC’s Winning Design:
Check out the December, 2016 article in WorkBoat Magazine
about the Baltimore Water Taxis (pages 26-28)! https://www.workboat.com/magazine/
From DARPA: “Prototype low-cost, elevated sensor mast carrying ISR payload greatly extends radar, sensor, and radio ranges at modest altitude.”
You can read DARPA’s full press release on our successful demonstration at:
Everyone on the TALONS team is looking forward to the next demonstration!
MAPC is inviting our family, friends and colleagues to watch the Blue Angels fly over Baltimore during Fleet Week this year from MAPC’s facility. Overlooking the harbor, MAPC has a front row view of the Navy’s Blue Angel jet planes. During the weekend, the Navy will be officially Commissioning the DDG 1000- a new Destroyer class naval ship. MAPC has engineered three systems on the DDG 1000 out of our Maine Office.
When: October 15-16, 2016
Time: 1p.m. to 4p.m.
BYOP: Bring your Own Picnic and Chairs!
Please join us by RSVPing to Elizabeth Hines: firstname.lastname@example.org
August 16, 2016:
Kevin Plank’s winning bid with Sagamore Ventures through the acquisition of Harbor Boating is big news for Maritime Applied Physics Corporation, an employee owned and operated Baltimore City boat manufacturing firm in Curtis Bay.
Please see article in today’s Baltimore Sun.
Stay tuned for more information!
MAPC’s work on Schwinge’s Tetrahedron Super Yacht
was recently mentioned in an article in Forbes Magazine
. Since then, the article has been picked up by many news outlets. MAPC is proud to have three naval architects on staff with over 50 combined years of maritime engineering and design experience.
HYSWAS stands for “Hydrofoil Small Waterplane Area Ship.” The HYSWAS combines dynamic lift and buoyancy which provides high endurance and excellent rough water motions and speed. MAPC has designed and built both HYSWAS and hydrofoils over its 30 year company history. Here’s a great little video from MAPC’s quest demonstrator project.
Here is a photo of our Quest demonstrator project that was mentioned in the article. We’ve come a long way, baby!