Engineers are responsible for building planes, trains, and automobiles, but what about those who are more aquatically inclined? Budding Captain Nemos may want to consider pursuing Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, a field of study dedicated to the design, construction, and maintenance of ships.


Since we haven't mentioned this particular engineering discipline on our blog before, we'd like to take a moment to provide our readers with a brief overview of what it's like to be a naval architect and a marine engineer.




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