BC Ferries’ Second LNG-Powered ICF Starts Taking Shape

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The first steel cut on BC Ferries’ second of three new intermediate class ferries (ICF) capable of running running ...

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Over 220 Passengers Fall Ill on 2 Cruise Ships

Over 220 Passengers Fall Ill on 2 Cruise Ships in San Diego

228 people have gotten ill with norovirus-like symptoms on two cruise ships, which are to undergo dissinfection in ...

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Flag State-Based Ship Recycling Legislation Not a Solution

Ship Recycling Legislation Based on Flag State Jurisdiction Not a Solution

The legislation meant to regulate ship recycling practices, in particular the European Union Ship Recycling ...

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Interview: Ferry Industry Rules Lack Practicality

New Eco and Safety Rules Lack Practicality

Originally formed back in 1976 as the International Marine Transit Association in order to provide the ferry ...

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Manpower Report: Most Seafarers Content at Sea

Most Seafarers Content at Sea

A majority of seafarers are content with life at sea, according to preliminary results of a new survey being ...

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CMA CGM Improves US-Caribbean Links

CMA CGM Improves US-Caribbean Links

French container line CMA CGM is upgrading its Gulfbridge and Hispanola feeder services to improve the coverage of ...

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Two Die, One Injured in Stabbing Incident

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Two crewmen of a Liberian-flagged ship died and one was injured in what has been reported as a stabbing incident on ...

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Tripp Levy: Baltic Trading Undervalued

Tripp Levy: Baltic Trading Undervalued

Shareholders of the dry bulk shipping company Baltic Trading Ltd. are not receiving the maximum value for their ...

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Strong US Dollar Cuts Both Ways

Strong US Dollar Cuts Both Ways

A rapidly appreciating US dollar is helping exporters in some trading nations but not all, Drewry Maritime Research ...

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Marathassa Confirmed as Source of English Bay Spill

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Brand-new 81,000 DWT cargo ship named Marathassa has been confirmed as the source of the toxic bunker oil spill in ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (6-10 of Apr)

Readers’ Picks of the Week

Interview: Milaha Working to Sustain Growth Momentum Qatar Navigation (Milaha) Q.S.C, a shareholding company with ...

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Royal Caribbean Takes Delivery of Anthem of the Seas

Royal Caribbean Cruises CEO Richard D. Fain (pictured left) officially received the new ship from Meyer Werft Yard’s Managing Partner Bernard Meyer (pictured right)

Miami-based cruise line Royal Caribbean International has officially taken delivery of its 23rd ship, Anthem of the ...

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Image of the Day: Baie St. Paul Shines Like a Star

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The ship Baie St. Paul, a bulk carrier registered in Canada, is captured on this photo after she finished ...

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VIDEO: Panama Canal Expansion Enters Countdown Stage

Panama Canal Expansion Enters Count Down Stage

The Panama Canal expansion is entering its final construction stage having reached 88% completion. The third set of ...

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Konecranes Snatches Two Port Crane Contracts

Konecranes Snatches Two Port Crane Contracts

A Finnish manufacturer of cranes and lifting equipment Konecranes received orders from Indonesia’s port ...

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Toxic Oil Spill in English Bay, Cleanup Underway

Toxic Oil Spill in English Bay, Response Underway

A cleanup operation is underway of toxic bunker oil that was spilled from a ship in English Bay on Wednesday ...

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Mexico Holding North Korean Ship to Comply with UN Rules

Mexico Holding North Korean Ship to Comply with UN Rules

Mexico is holding the North Korea-flagged freighter Mu Du Bong to comply with the country’s international ...

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Demand for Tanker Newbuilds Subdued

Demand for Tanker Newbuilds Subdued

Newbuilding contracting of tankers has slowed in the first quarter of the year to the lowest levels recorded since ...

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Lawyers Investigate Potential Breaches in Genco-Baltic Merger

Lawyers Investigate Potential Breaches in Genco-Baltic Merger

The Pennsylvania-based law office of Brodsky & Smith has launced an investigation into potential claims against ...

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Apache Sells Kitimat LNG Share to Woodside

Apache Sells Kitimat LNG Share to Woodside

Australian oil and gas company Woodside has finalized the previously announced agreement with Apache Corporation to ...

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Major Drug Bust for Colombian Navy

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The Colombian Navy seized 5.2 tons of cocaine aboard a merchant ship named Altic off the country’s Pacific ...

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Swire Pacific Offshore Cancels Four PSVs at EISA

Swire Pacific Offshore Cancels Four PSVs at EISA

Singapore-based shipowner and operator Swire Pacific Offshore Operations (Pte) Ltd (SPO) said it has ...

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North Korea Threatens Action Over Freighter Held by Mexico

North Korea to Take Measures to Release Freighter Held by Mexico

A North Korea-flagged general cargo ship Mu Du Bong and its crew have been illegally detained in Mexico since July ...

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NRF: Operation at US West Coast Ports Far from Normal

Operation at US West Coast Ports Far from Normal

Import cargo volume at U.S. major retail container ports is expected to rise 8 % this month over the same ...

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Genco and Baltic Trading Sign Merger Agreement

Genco and Baltic Trading Sign Merger Agreement

Dry bulk specialists Genco Shipping & Trading Limited and its subsidiary Baltic Trading Limited have entered ...

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Ardmore Adds Three More

Ardmore Adds Three More

The Marshall Islands-incorporated tanker operator Ardmore Shipping Corporation has taken delivery of three more ...

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SBM Offshore Denies USD 1.7 Bln Settlement Claims

SBM Offshore Denies USD 1.7Bln Settlement Claims

Dutch supplier of floating oil platforms SBM Offshore dismissed claims of the Brazilian media on a settlement with ...

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