Hapag-Lloyd Cruises Cuts Steel for 2nd Expedition Ship

German cruise company Hapag-Lloyd Cruises launched the construction of its second expedition ship HANSEATIC ...

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South Korea Takes the Lead in Ship Orders in September

Following the last year’s turmoil in the sector, shipyards from South Korea won the majority of orders ...

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Grimaldi's ACL Criticized for Scrapping ConRo Duo in India

The NGO Shipbreaking Platform is urging German authorities to hold Atlantic Container Line (ACL), a subsidiary of ...

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Brokers: Chinese Yards Cashing In from Bulker Ordering

The insatiable appetite for bulker newbuilds continued into last week as brokers reported orders for at least 14 ...

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Brødrene Aa Wins Order for Catamaran Trio

Norwegian ferry builder Brødrene Aa, Hyen, has received an order for three high-speed carbon fiber catamaran ...

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Tsuneishi Eyes Construction of Cruise Ships by 2020

Tsuneishi Shipbuilding is said to be planning to venture into the construction of cruise ships at its Chinese yard ...

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MAN Offering Discounts for LNG Retrofits

German provider of engines and turbomachinery MAN Diesel & Turbo has pledged a EUR 2 million (USD 2.35 million) ...

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Titan Petrochemicals Buying OPCO's Nantong Shipyard

Hong Kong-based Titan Petrochemicals has reached an agreement to buy the entire issued share capital in the Gold ...

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Fred Olsen Orders Trimaran Ferry Duo from Austal

Spanish shipping firm Fred Olsen has placed an order for two vehicle passenger trimaran ferries at Australian-based ...

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Navibulgar Orders Up to Six Bulkers at Jiangsu Yangzijiang

Navigation Maritime Bulgare (Navibulgar), Bulgaria’s leading shipowner, has contracted up to six Bluetech 45 ...

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Meyer Turku Lays Keel for New Mein Schiff 2

Finnish shipbuilder Meyer Turku laid the keel of New Mein Schiff 2, the sixth next-generation cruise ship being ...

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Genting Hong Kong to Delist from Singapore Exchange

Genting Hong Kong, a part of Genting Group, has received a green light from the Singapore Exchange Securities ...

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Fednav Orders Six More Lakers in Japan

 Canada’s dry-bulk shipping company Fednav has placed an order for six 34,500 DWT bulkers at Japanese Oshima ...

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Brokers: Petredec to Expand Fleet with Two More VLGCs

LPG specialist Petredec has reportedly exercised the option for the construction of two additional very large gas ...

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Suez Canal Authority Invests in Maintenance Fleet

The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) has ordered two custom-built 29,190kW heavy-duty rock cutter suction dredgers (CSDs) ...

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SHI Delays Delivery of LNG Carrier Duo

South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) is in talks on a new delivery deadline for a liquefied ...

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Spotted: Capesize Newbuild Joins Berge Bulk

Singapore-based dry bulk vessel owner and operator Berge Bulk has taken delivery of Berge Toubkal, a 210,000 dwt ...

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World’s 1st Converted FLNG Vessel Departs Keppel Shipyard

Owner and operator of LNG carriers Golar LNG informed that Hilli Episeyo, the world’s first converted ...

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The Gotham Project Takes the Spotlight

The Netherlands-based shipyard Icon Yachts is building a very special yacht, named the Gotham Project, scheduled ...

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Norway Provides Grant for Construction of Yara Birkeland

Norwegian fertilizer producer Yara has been granted NOK 133.6 million (USD 16.7 million) for the construction of ...

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MOL’s FSRU Challenger Named at DSME

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines’ (MOL) first independently owned, built and operated floating storage and regasification ...

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Video: New Mein Schiff 1 Floated Out at Meyer Turku

New Mein Schiff 1, a next-generation cruise ship built for German cruise line TUI Cruises, was floated out from ...

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HMD's LNG Bunkering Cargo Handling System Design Approved

South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) has received approval in principle (AiP) from Lloyd’s Register ...

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Yara’s Autonomous Ship Model Put to the Test

A model of what promises to be the world’s first autonomous containership kickstarted today its testing stage ...

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COSCO Shipyard Secures Orders for Up to 10 New Ships

COSCO Shipyard Group, part of COSCO Shipping International (Singapore), has, through its subsidiaries, won ...

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Seaspan Adds Third 11,000 TEU SAVER

Hong Kong-based ship owner and manager Seaspan Corporation has accepted delivery of MSC Nitya B, an 11,000 TEU ...

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CMA CGM Newbuild Faces Troubles during Sea Trials

CMA CGM’s newbuild New Panamax containership CMA CGM Lisa Marie suffered a mechanical failure during sea ...

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