CMA CGM Puts Biggest French-Flagged Boxship into Service

CMA CGM Puts Biggest French-Flagged Boxship into Service

The 18,000 TEU CMA CGM Bouganville has become the largest container ship sailing under the flag of France after ...

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Spotted: Oak Spirit Gets First Taste of Water

Oak Spirit Gets First Taste of Water

Oak Spirit, Teekay’s second LNG MEGI newbuilding, has been launched at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine ...

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Baleària Orders Two LNG Ferries from LaNaval

Balearia Orders Two LNG Ferries from LaNaval

Spanish ferry operator Baleària has ordered two dual-fuel ferries from compatriot Shipyard Construcciones Navales ...

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CMA CGM Reshuffles Asia-Europe Service

CMA CGM

French container shipping company CMA CGM and Ocean Three partners have decided to merge their FAL2 and FAL3 loops ...

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Spotted: Armada Pride Ready to Serve

Armada Pride Ready to Serve

Turkish shipbuilder Armada Shipyards, part of Palmali Group, launched the Armada Pride, the thirteenth 7,150-dwt ...

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Dry Bulk Market in the Dumps at Least Until 2017

Dry Bulk Market in the Dumps At Least Until 2017

The dry bulk shipping market will remain in recession due to contracting demand for iron ore and coal, and any ...

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MHI to Miss AIDAprima Delivery Deadline by 3 Months

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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) will miss the delivery deadline of Aida Cruises’ flagship AIDAprima by ...

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Firearms, Ammo Found on Freighter Arrested off Crete

Thousands of Firearms, Ammo Found on Freighter Arrested off Crete

Greek authorities have discovered two containers carrying undocumented ammunition and firearms on the general cargo ...

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Borealis Maritime Joins Hanseatic Unity Chartering

Borealis Maritime Joins Hanseatic Unity Chartering

London maritime shipping company Borealis Maritime Ltd. and German ship managers Reederei NORD GmbH and Bernhard ...

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VIDEO: Moving a Sea Giant into Place

Moving a Sea Giant into Place

The 13,000 TEU boxship NYK Hyperion, built in 2013, called at Deepwater Container Terminal (DCT) Gdansk, Poland, on ...

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Philly Tankers AS Okays USD 568m Deal with Kinder Morgan

Philly Tankers AS Okays USD 568 Million Resale Deal with Kinder Morgan

Majority of investors at the tanker operator Philly Tankers AS have agreed to sell the contracts for four tankers ...

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Tokyo, Paris MoUs Launch CIC on Enclosed Space Entry

Tokyo, Paris MoU Begin Concentrated Inspection Campaign

The Maritime Authorities of the Tokyo and the Paris Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) on Port State Control have ...

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Dorian LPG Adds Two, Postpones One VLGC

Dorian LPG Adds Two, Postpones One VLGC

Dorian LPG, a U.S.-based liquefied petroleum gas shipping company, has taken delivery of the very large gas carrier ...

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Drones Becoming Ever More Popular in Shipbuilding

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Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), or drones, as they are better known, are gaining in popularity in various ...

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Gallery: Damage from Hit off Bosphorus Revealed

Damage from Bosphorus Hit Revealed

The latest series of photos published by Turkey’s General Directorate of Coastal Safety shows the extent of damage ...

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Product Tanker Supply About to Outpace Demand

Product Tanker Supply About to Outpace Demand

Impending fleet growth is expected to reduce the product tanker market’s earnings over the medium term ...

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HCG Arrests Freighter Carrying Undocumented Weapons to Libya

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A cargo ship carrying an undocumented shipment of weapons to Libya was arrested yesterday some 20 nautical miles ...

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Alphaliner: Containerhips Idling Away

Containerhips Idling Away

Idling of containerships across the global fleet has soared to new high in 2015 reaching 500,00 TEU capacity mark, ...

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Video: Naming of First Philippine-Built LPG Carrier

Naming of First Philippine-Built LPG Carrier

Teekay LNG and Belgium’s Exmar held a naming ceremony for M/V Kaprijke on August 24 at Hanjin Heavy ...

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Healthy Tanker Market Brings TEN a Better Charter

Healthy Tanker Market Brings TEN a Better Charter

Athens-based crude, product, and LNG tanker operator Tsakos Energy Navigation Limited (TEN) has renewed a charter ...

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Tanker and Bulk Carrier Collide off Bosphorus

Tanker and Bulk Carrier Collide off Bosphorus

A product tanker laden with fuel oil collided with a dry bulk carrier carrying wheat around 11:30 pm local time ...

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Euronav Takes USD 750 Million Facility

Euronav Takes USD 750 Million Facility

Antwerp-based tanker owner and operator Euronav has signed a new USD 750 million senior credit facility to ...

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Mediterranean Rescue Teams Stretched Beyond Their Means

Mediterranean Rescue Teams Stretched Beyond Their Means

The International Maritime Rescue Federation (IMRF) is re-launching its ‘Members Assisting Members’ webpage to help ...

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Hyundai Mipo Strikes Again

Hyundai Mipo Strikes Again

South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Mipo Dockyard has won an order for two Roll-on/Roll-off (RORO) ships, worth a ...

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VIDEO: Take a Tour of Besiktas Shipyard

Take a Tour of Besiktas Shipyard

Maintenance is a key aspect of keeping ships in service and improving their durability and life expectancy. Since ...

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Star Bulk Reports USD 105.2M Loss

Star Bulk

Dry bulk shipping company Star Bulk has posted a net loss of USD 105.2 million for the first half of 2015 due to ...

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Greece to Sell Two Largest Ports under Identical Terms

The Port of Thessaloniki

Greek ruling party Syriza has proposed a change in the terms of the sale of the country’s second largest port ...

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