ABS Issues Cyber Safety Notation for Marine Industries

As the focus on cyber safety is rising, the classification provider ABS has issued its first notation for the ABS ...

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BC Ferries' Salish Eagle Makes 1st Stop on Its Way Home

Salish Eagle, the second of BC Ferries’ three new liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered Salish Class ...

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Fincantieri About to Seal Deal on Chinese Cruise Ships?

Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri has been linked to a binding deal on construction of cruise ships for the Chinese ...

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LR2s to Reap the Fruits from 0.5 Pct Sulphur Cap

Clean product tankers are likely to benefit from the implementation of the global 0.5% sulphur emissions cap as of ...

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DryShips Sails Back into Tanker Market

Greek owner of drybulk carriers DryShips Inc. has decided to re-enter the tanker shipping market as it agreed to ...

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Maersk to Get Decision on Hamburg Süd Deal by March 27

Danish shipping giant Maersk Line is scheduled to receive the EU antitrust regulator’s decision on the ...

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Six More Carriers to Start Calling at German Wilhelmshaven

Six more container shipping lines will start calling at Germany’s only deep water port, Wilhelmshaven, from ...

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Gallery: First Steel Cut for AIDA’s LNG Cruise Ship

The first steel has been cut for a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) -powered cruise ship ordered by German cruise ...

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Offen Group, DEVK Lend a Hand to Marenave

Hamburg-based shipping trust Marenave Schiffahrts has reached an investment agreement with Offen Group and ...

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Eimskip's Nor Lines Purchase Hits a Hurdle

Reykjavik-based shipping company Eimskip has received a notice of objection from the Norwegian Competition ...

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Euro Ferry Industry on a 4-Year Hot Streak

The number of cars carried by ferries increased by 1.7% from 8.6 million in 2015 to nearly 8.8 million in 2016, ...

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Shell: Bright Outlook for LNG Trade

By 2020, the size of global LNG trade is projected to grow by 50% compared to volumes in 2014, driven particularly ...

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Boluda Buys German Towage Operators

Spain’s Boluda Corporación Marítima has acquired the German towing company URAG and its subsidiaries URAG ...

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ECSA Condemns Logistics' Support for Regional Measures

The European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA) has criticized European port and freight forwarder ...

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ITF Criticizes Offer to Cut Wages of Ukrainian Seafarers

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has condemned a proposal by a coalition of Ukrainian trade ...

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MSC Fantasia Passes Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Test

The 150,000 dwt cruise ship MSC Fantasia, the first MSC Cruises’ ship to be retrofitted with exhaust gas ...

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Crude Tanker Market Hit Hard by OPEC's Cut

The predicted influx of new tonnage, combined with the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries’ ...

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SDU Calls Off Strike at APM Terminals Gothenburg

The Swedish Dockworkers Union (SDU) has agreed to cancel industrial action in the Port of Gothenburg, scheduled for ...

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Deal Signed for Construction of World's Largest Hybrid Ferry

Norwegian ferry operator Color Line has signed a contract with compatriot shipbuilder Ulstein Verft for the ...

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KNOT Shuttle Tankers to Buy Tordis Knutsen

KNOT Shuttle Tankers AS, a subsidiary of KNOT Offshore Partners, has entered into a share purchase agreement to ...

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Ocean Yield: Good Time to Invest in New Ships

Norwegian shipowner Ocean Yield ASA said it is financially well-positioned for new investments in vessels with ...

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Ministry: Spanish Dockworkers Cancel Planned Strike

Spanish dockworkers have called off the announced strike after the government promised it would postpone plans to ...

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Viking Line to Bolster Helsinki-Tallinn Route

Finnish ferry company Viking Line has decided to strengthen its Helsinki-Tallinn route as the company will add a ...

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Ruptured Containership Towed to Danish Repair Yard

The 22,506 dwt containership Victoria is being towed for repairs at the Danish Fayard ship repair facility after it ...

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Euroseas Triples Its Full Year Loss

Athens-based shipping firm Euroseas has seen its net loss for the year ended December 31, 2016 widen to USD 45.9 ...

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Solvang to Order up to Four Ethylene Carriers

Norwegian transporter of LPG and petrochemical gases Solvang Shipping has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for the ...

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