Computational Fluid Dynamics

Over just the past fifteen years, the use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has become mainstream in ship design.

Paradise Papers: What They Really Mean for Shipping?

The release of the Paradise Papers, a global investigation that revealed the offshore activities of some of the ...

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Ship Finance International's Profit Up in Q3

Bermuda-based shipowner Ship Finance International (SFI) ended the third quarter of this year with a net income of ...

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Spotted: Savannah Welcomes Four Giant Cranes

The Georgia Ports Authority welcomed the arrival of four massive ship-to-shore cranes at the Port of ...

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Transport Canada Fines 3 Ships for Violating Speed Limit

Transport Canada has issued three more CAD 6,000 penalties to vessels for alleged non-compliance with a temporary ...

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APM Terminals Quetzal Open for Business

Container terminal operator APM Terminals inaugurated its new terminal Quetzal in Guatemala on November 21. APM ...

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Celebrity Cruises Presents New Expedition Cruise Ship

Celebrity Cruises, a part of the Miami-based Royal Caribbean Cruises, has unveiled its latest expedition cruise ...

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Philly Shipyard Delivers 4th Tanker to APT

American Petroleum Tankers (APT), a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan, has taken delivery of the fourth and final 50,000 ...

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INEOS: World’s Largest VLEC to Carry US Ethane to China

UK’s chemicals company INEOS has signed a long-term supply deal to deliver ethane from US shale gas to China, ...

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Royal Caribbean Prices USD 800 Mn Notes

Miami-based cruise line Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) has priced an offering of senior unsecured notes in an ...

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Seafarer Medevaced from Maersk Eindhoven off Alaska

The US Coast Guard has evacuated a crewman, suffering from cardiac issues, from the 142,105 dwt ...

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ABS: Class, Insurance Should Jointly Work on Cyber Safety

Chairman of the classification society American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has called upon marine insurance and ...

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Port of Hamburg to Profit from CETA Free Trade Agreement

Germany’s Port of Hamburg is set to profit from the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between ...

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Eagle Bulk Prices 200 Mn Bonds, Secures Loan

US-based operator of dry bulkers Eagle Bulk Shipping is, through its subsidiaries, looking to secure net ...

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USCG Investigating Death aboard Chemical Tanker

The United States Coast Guard has launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death on board ...

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US Court: ILWU Guilty of Labor Violations

The International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) has been found guilty of violating U.S. federal labor laws ...

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FMC Receives Complaints on 5 Unlicensed Firms

The US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) said it recently received questions and complaints about some companies ...

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Impairment Charges Push Team Tankers Further into Loss

Tanker owner Team Tankers International saw its net loss for the third quarter of 2017 widen significantly, mainly ...

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Turk Loydu to Certify Panama-Flagged Ships

The Panama Maritime Authority has authorized Turkish classification society Turk Loydu to conduct survey and ...

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Tanker Earnings to Remain Low in 2018 amid Oversupply

The recovery of the tanker market forecast to start next year and give the much-needed boost to company earnings ...

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Portland Reviving Container Shipping Business

After over a year and a half, Port of Portland’s Terminal 6 in Oregon will get a container shipping service ...

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Sea Shepherd Sends Two Ships to Defend Vaquita in Mexico

Continuing its commitment to stop the imminent extinction of the endangered vaquita porpoise, Sea Shepherd ...

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Amsterdam Trade Bank, Mid-Ship Capital Join Financing Forces

Dutch financial institution Amsterdam Trade Bank N.V. has entered into a cooperation agreement with a merchant ...

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US Firms Buy Most Auction/Bank Sale Ships in 2017

2017 has seen US owners top the list of buyers of distressed tonnage, snapping up vessels sold at bank sales and at ...

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OSG Cuts Loss in Q3

NYSE-listed Overseas Shipholding Group (OSG) managed to narrow its net loss to USD 6.3 million in the third quarter ...

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NCL's Income Rises despite Hurricane Disruptions

Miami-based cruise company Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings reported a rise in its third quarter earnings, despite ...

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Spotted: Norse Spirit Joins Teekay Offshore

Teekay Offshore has taken delivery of Norse Spirit, the second of the company’s three Heritage Class shuttle ...

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