Charleston Harbor Deepening Project on Track

Charlston Harbor Deepening Project on Track

The US Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Review Board (CWRB) unanimously approved the Final Integrated ...

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Harvey Gulf Moves into Shipbuilding

Harvey Gulf Moves into Shipbulding

New Orleans-based Harvey Gulf International Marine (HGIM) is entering shipbuilding business via a new affiliate ...

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Maersk Line Staying at Houston Port Despite Lease Termination

Maersk Line Staying at Houston Port Despite Lease Termination

Danish shipping giant Maersk Line, and its affiliated shipping services, SeaLand and Safmarine, will continue to ...

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Baltic Dry Index Soars to All Year High

Baltic Dry Index Soars to All Year High

The Baltic Dry Index (BDI), which had plunged to all time lows earlier this year, has recovered to an all year high ...

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VIDEO: Thank You Seafarers!

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The maritime industry celebrates today the Day of the Seafarer 2015, honoring all those brave men and women who ...

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Newbuilding Prices in Decline Until Next Year

Newbuilding Prices in Decline Until Next Year

The newbuilding price index has been in decline since June 2014, and the trend is likely to continue until next ...

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FMC Wants More Data from PPA Ocean Carrier Members

FMC Wants More Data from Pacific Ports Agreement Members

The US federal Maritime Commission voted at its meeting on Wednesday to take several actions, including ordering ...

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TPA-2015 Act Good News for US Ports

TPA-2015 Act Good News for US Ports

American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA), the voice of 160 seaport authorities in the United States, Canada, ...

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Star Bulk Offloads Another Aging Bulker

Star Bulk Offloads Another Aging Bulker

Nasdaq-listed dry bulk specialist Star Bulk Carriers Corp. has sold a 1998-built M/V Star Christianna to an ...

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Dorian LPG Adds Fifth VLGC Newbuilding

Dorian LPG Adds Fifth VLGC Newbuilding

NYSE-listed liquefied petroleum gas shipping company Dorian LPG has taken delivery of one very large gas carrier ...

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Interactive Image: Piracy Attacks Over Time

Piracy Attacks Over Time

Almost everybody has heard about piracy off the Horn of Africa, or ships being attacked ships in the Indian Ocean. ...

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Branson Orders Three Cruise Ships, Homeports One in Miami

Richard Branson Orders Three Cruise Ships, Homeports One in Miami

Richard Branson’s Virgin Cruises has signed a binding letter of intent with Italian shipbuilding company ...

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Liberia-Flagged Bulker Runs Aground off Brazil

Liberia-Flagged Bulker Runs Aground off Brazil

A Liberia-flagged bulk carrier has ran aground in Paranagua Bay off Pontal do Sul, Brazil. The 2011-built vessel, ...

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Trans-Atlantic Dry Bulk Market in the Hour of the Wolf

Trans-Atlantic Dry Bulk Market in the Hour of the Wolf

Shipowners operating in the trans-Atlantic dry bulk market, where prices have been plumbing two-year lows on the ...

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Shipping Will Need 42,500 Officers by 2019

Shipping Will Need 42,500 officers by 2020

Shipping will require an additional 42,500 officers by the end of 2019 to cope with the expected growth in the main ...

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NAT Looking into a ‘Ship or Two’

NAT Looking into Fleet Growth Opportunities

Nasdaq-listed tanker company Nordic American Tankers Limited is pondering ship acquisition opportunities to be ...

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USCG Ups Security against Ships Calling at Gambian Ports

USCG Raises Security Measures against Ships Calling at Gambian Ports

The US Coast Guard is, as of July 6, imposing a set of conditions of entry on vessels arriving from the Gambia, as ...

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Seafarers Encouraged to Pursue Healthier Lifestyles

Seafarers Encouraged to Pursue Healthier Lifestyles to Fend Off Diabetes

Seafarers’ challenging working conditions and lifestyle and the prevalence of smoking, lack of exercise and ...

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First Panama Canal Atlantic Gate Put Through Its Paces

Panama Canal Atlantic Lock Put Through Its Paces

The Panama Canal yesterday tested the first rolling gate at its recently filled Atlantic locks, dubbed Agua Clara ...

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Port of Houston on Track for a Record Year

Houston Port

The Port of Houston Authority handled more than 16 million tons of cargo during the first five months of 2015, an ...

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Carnival Corp. Cruises to Higher Profit

Carnival Corp. Cruises to Higher Profit

Miami-based cruise company Carnival Corporation & plc has reported non-GAAP net income of USD 193 million for ...

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Hapag-Lloyd Warns of Port of Oakland Delays

Delays at Port of Oakland Still an Issue

Carriers continue to experience delays at the Californian Port of Oakland amid labor shortages that have seen ...

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Tanker Ordering Frenzy Winding Down

Tanker Ordering Frenzy Winding Down

Tanker newbuilding activity in the second quarter of the year is showing signs of slowing down compared to the ...

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Three Workers Evacuated from Pemex Rig, Fire Contained

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Three workers have been evacuated from a Pemex-run oil rig in the southern part of the Gulf of Mexico following ...

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GasLog Partners Buys Methane Sisters

GasLog Partners Buys Methane Sisters

NYSE-listed GasLog Partners LP has agreed to purchase from GasLog Ltd. 100% of the shares in the entities that own ...

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Panama Canal Pacific Locks Get First Taste of Water

Panama Canal Pacific Locks Get First Taste of Water

The Panama Canal expansion program reached another milestone when the Canal’s Pacific locks began to fill ...

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Harmony of the Seas Ready for the Next Step

Harmony of the Seas Ready for the Next Step

Soon to be one of the world’s largest cruise ships, Harmony of the Seas’ exterior construction was ...

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