Helsinki Court Rules in Finnlines’ Favor

Helsinki Court Rules in Finllines' Favor

Helsinki District Court has ordered State of Finland to refund shipping company Finnlines Plc the fairway ...

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VIDEO: Anthem of the Seas Swirls Around

Anthem of the Seas Turn Around

The following video presents you with the 168.600-gt cruise ship Anthem of the Seas, one of the largest cruise ...

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Tallink Firms Up LNG Ferry Deal

Tallink Firms Up Ferry LNG Order

The Estonian ferry operator AS Tallink Grupp and Finland’s Meyer Turku Oy signed a contract for the ...

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North America Starts Building Its 1st LNG-Powered Ferry

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Canadian shipbuilder Davie laid keel on Thursday, February 26th for MV Armand-Imbeau II, the first of two ...

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Image of the Day: Sneak Peak into New Oasis Giant

Royal Caribbean Waterslides

Harmony of the Seas, Royal Carribean’s third Oasis class cruise ship, is set to launch in April 2016. Harmony ...

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The Dutch Moving Most Maritime Cargo in EU

Port of Rotterdam

The Netherlands remained the largest maritime freight transport country in Europe in 2013, while Rotterdam, ...

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DFDS Earns More

Niels Smedegaard, President & CEO of DFDS

The 2014 revenues of Northern Europe’s shipping and logistics company DFDS increased by 6% to DKK 13bn. The ...

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IMO SDC Approves SOLAS Amendments

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The Sub-Committee on Ship Design and Construction of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) approved ...

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VIDEO: Anthem of the Seas Floated Out

Anthem of the Seas Floated Out

Royal Caribbean’s cruise ship Anthem of the Seas, under construction at German shipyard Meyer Verft, left the ...

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Image of the Day: Carnival Triumph's First Call at Dominica

Carnival Triumph

The island nation of Dominica welcomed Carnival Triumph, owned and operated by Carnival Cruise Lines (CCL), last ...

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Over 100 Fall Ill on Celebrity Equinox

Over 100 Fall Ill on Celebrity Equinox

95 passengers and 7 crew members aboard Celebrity Equinox cruise ship have reported being ill with norovirus-like ...

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VIDEO: Britannia Joins P&O Cruises Fleet

Britannia Joins P&O Cruises Fleet

Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri handed over Britannia, the new flagship of the P&O Cruises fleet, brand of ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (16-20 of Feb)

Readers’ Picks

VIDEO: Freighter Sinks in the Black Sea St. Kitts and Nevis-flagged general cargo ship Fort Azov sank yesterday in ...

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Bore Closes Dutch Office

Bore Closes Dutch Office

The Finnish shipping company Bore has decided to close its shore office in Amsterdam and lay off 24 Dutch ...

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Baleària Orders Spain’s First Pure-Gas Marine Engine

Baleària Orders Spain's First Pure-Gas Marine Engine

Rolls-Royce has signed a collaboration agreement with Spanish energy company Gas Natural Fenosa to develop and ...

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EU Bankrolls Scandlines Green Ferries

EU Bankrolls Scandlines Green Ferries

The European Union has through its TEN-T Programme set aside over EUR 2 million (USD 2.28m) for the upgrade of two ...

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Carnival to Inaugurate Its Amber Cove Port in October

Carnival Victory

Cruise liner conglomerate Carnival Corporation & plc said on Wednesday it will begin welcoming guests at its ...

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Image of the Day: Scottish Ferries Are Electrifying!

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A pioneering diesel-electric hybrid ferry MV Hallaig, owned by the Scottish government and built by Caledonian ...

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Solent Ferry Operator Changes Hands

Isle of Wight Ferry Operator Changes Hands

Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund (MEIF) has sold Wightlink Ferries, a cross-Solent operator connecting the ...

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Marina Strips Span Asia Carrier of Its Licence

MV Princess of the Stars

The Philippines’ Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) ordered the cancellation and revocation of Span Asia ...

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Prestige Takeover Pushes NCL to Fourth Quarter Loss

Prestige Takeover Pushes NCL to Fourth Quarter Loss

Miami-based cruise operator Norwegian Cruise Line ended 2014 with USD 338.4 million net income, but reported USD ...

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Marseille Giant Drydock to Open in September

Marseille Giant Drydock to Open in September

The French port Marseille Fos is set to re-open its giant Drydock 10 shiprepair facility this autumn after almost ...

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Euroports: ECA Compliance Cannot Be Optional

Euroports ECA Compliance Should Be Mandatory

Shippers operating within Sulphur Emission Control Areas (SECAs) should be deciding on which strategy for ...

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17 Hurt as New Zealand Ferry Hits Devonport Wharf

17 Hurt as New Zealand Ferry Hits Devonport Wharf

Sixteen passengers and one crew member suffered injuries when a harbour ferry Kea, sailing from Auckland to ...

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Stena Line First to Order New Wärtsilä Scrubbers

Stena Line First to Order New Wärtsilä Scrubbers

Swedish ferry operator Stena Line is planning to retrofit two of its Ro-Ro vessels with Wärtsilä scrubbers to meet ...

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Damen Delivers Seaspovill Fast Ferry

Damen Delivers Seaspovill Fast Ferry

South Korea’s Seaspovill took delivery of the Sea Star 5, its second Damen Fast Ferry, at Damen Shipyards ...

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IOM: More Needs to Be Done on Saving Migrants

IOM Urges for Coordinated Response to Saving Migrants

Amid escalating violence in Libya, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) called on world governments ...

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