& MARINE ENGINEERING.
Our team of naval architects, marine engineers, and marine designers specializes in the design of vessels and marine structures of all kinds. Explore our services to see what Glosten can do for you. +
THE SA-100: A
Equipped with an adaptable, methanol-compatible propulsion system, the SA-100 offers operators a realistic route to carbon-neutral operations. Learn more about our design. +
DESIGNING FOR THE FUTURE.
We’re on a mission to help our industry operate cleaner and more efficiently. We balance green technology integration with practical design solutions and help our clients navigate the regulatory landscape that comes with adoption. View our sustainable projects. +
Glosten’s PelaStar™ is the leading tension leg platform solution for deep-water wind. Its technology enables a scalable, blade tip to seabed solution that minimizes the cost of energy in deep-water offshore wind sites. Get to know PelaStar™. +
meet the Zero-emission foil ferry.
Foil Ferry is a high-speed hydrofoil concept achieving zero emissions with low noise and negligible wake at a significantly reduced lifecycle cost. Learn more about our design. +
Glosten is a full-service naval architecture and marine engineering consultancy with over 60 years of experience successfully taking on one-of-a-kind marine projects. We offer expertise in the development of novel designs and in supporting vessels through all stages of life—from napkin sketch, to construction, and beyond. No matter the project, we strive to become trusted partners of your team by delivering exceptional engineering and client service.
The bases for whatever success we have enjoyed are our internal relationships and the character of our relations with our clients.
– LARRY GLOSTEN, Founder
In The News.
MARAD Publishes Glosten Decarbonization Guide
The US Maritime Administration recently published the Energy Efficiency and Decarbonization Technical Guide, developed by Glosten in partnership with the Maritime Environmental & Technical Assistance (META) program, as a reference for owners and operators looking for greenhouse gas emissions-reducing measures that will fit their fleets and operating profiles. +
Making Moves Toward Methanol
Electrification is an excellent means for many operators to reduce the carbon footprint of their fleets—but it’s not the answer for every vessel. This month’s issue of Pacific Maritime Magazine features an article from Glosten president Morgan Fanberg, PE that posits methanol as a solution for vessels looking beyond electric propulsion for a manageable, near-term transition to alternative fuel. +