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Princess Cruises' Newest Vessel Aces Sea Trials

Princess Cruises' vessel

After six days of trials, Sky Princess returned to Fincantieri's shipyard for exterior and interior works.

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K Line Takes Delivery of New Corona Coal Carrier

Coal carrier Corona Citrus

Corona Citrus will carry thermal coal to thermal power plants for Electric Power Development.

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MV Werften Cuts Steel for Dream Cruises' 2nd Global Ship

Global 2 steel cutting

The keel laying of the ship is planned for December 9, 2019, with delivery scheduled for 2022.

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COSCO Shipping Lines Names Its Final 21,000 TEU Giant

COSCO Shipping Planet

The 400-meter-long vessel was named COSCO Shipping Planet and handed over to its owner at the Chinese shipyard.

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South Korean Shipbuilders Reign Supreme in New Orders

South Korean Shipbuilding Orders

South Korean shipbuilders will build 24 of 27 LNG carriers ordered in the past 8 months.

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Oman Shipping Company Welcomes New Ultramax

Ultramax Jabal Shams

The Jabal Shams is one of four Ultramax bulkers scheduled for delivery to the company in 2019.

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H-Line Shipping Orders LNG Carrier from Hyundai Samho

Hyundai Heavy Industries

The new 174,000 cbm vessel would be delivered to H-Line Shipping by December 31, 2021.

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BW LNG Holds Naming Ceremony for LNG Carrier Duo in Korea

BW Magnolia

Following delivery, the vessels will start long-term charters with Pavilion Energy and BP.

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Hyundai Heavy Splashes Flex LNG's New Vessel

LNG carrier newbuilding, to be named Flex Aurora

The newbuilding number 8010, to be named Flex Aurora, was launched to sea on September 6.

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SunStone Names, Takes Delivery of Its First Polar Vessel

Naming of the Greg Mortimer

The vessel, named Greg Mortimer, has been delivered and is all set for its first Antarctica venture.

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Windstar Cuts Steel for 2nd Star-Class Ship Extension

Star Legend extension

Fincantieri started building a new mid-section for Windstar Cruises' Star Legend on September 5.

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3. Maj Renews Contract with Algoma

3 Maj

3. Maj Shipyard will complete the construction of a bulk carrier for Algoma. 

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Yangzijiang to Build Bulker Quintet for Asian Owners


The orders include three 82,000 dwt and two 325,000 dwt bulk carriers.

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Petredec to Order Up to Four Ethylene Carriers from Jiangnan

21,220 cbm ethylene vessel Ellington

The company placed two firm orders and two options for Handysize ethylene carriers.

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CMHI Lays Keel, Cuts 1st Steel for SunStone Ships


CMHI has made further progress in the construction of SunStone's polar expedition cruise vessels.

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Trafigura Orders Dual-Fuel VLGC Pair from South Korea

Trafigura VLGC

The two ships are set for delivery in 2021.

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Sanoyas Shipbuilding: Indigo Heritage Bulker Delivered


Sanoyas Shipbuilding Corporation has delivered Indigo Heritage, a Supramax bulk carrier, to Cleveland Shipmanagement. 

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Brokers: H. Vogemann Orders Bulker Fleet in China


German shipping company H. Vogemann Reederei has been linked to a bulker order in China. 

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DSME Gets Approvals for Crosstie-Less VLCC Design


Japan, the United States, Greece, UK, Norway, France, China and Korea granted approvals for the design.

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Samsung Heavy to Design Arctic LNG Carriers


Samsung Heavy Industries and Zvezda have concluded a contract to design Arctic LNG carriers for the Arctic LNG 2 project.

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Crowley Orders Articulated Tug-Barge for Alaska Ops

Articulated tug barge design

The ATB will be capable of performing nearshore ship-to-ship cargo transfers.

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HHI Seeks Regulatory Approval in Japan for DSME Takeover


Hyundai Heavy commences the process to obtain regulatory approval in Japan for its DSME acquisition.

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MSC Grandiosa Aces Sea Trials

MSC Grandiosa

MSC Cruises' first Meraviglia-Plus cruise ship successfully completed its first sea trials.

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Atomflot Inks Deal for Another Two Nuclear Icebreakers


FSUE Atomflot signs contract for the construction of the 4th and 5th nuclear-powered icebreakers.

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Singapore’s 1st Dual-Fuel Bunker Tanker Named

Marine Vicky

Singapore's first dual-fuel bunker tanker has been named Marine Vicky, Keppel Offshore & Marine said.

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Canada Investing in Development of Low-Noise Tankers

Canada Teekay low-noise tanker

The government wants to reduce underwater noise to protect the marine environment.

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Two Dead, 13 Injured in Bangladesh Shipbreaking Accident

VIRGIN STAR (first ship from the left) after its arrival in Chattogram

A heavy cable collapsed on the container ship CSL Virginia, hitting several workers at once.

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