Port of Amsterdam Striving to Become Future Ready

Port of Amsterdam

The Port of Amsterdam has embarked on a number of initiatives aimed at a more sustainable future.

Rossanda Resigns as Brodosplit, Fincantieri Offer a Lifeline


Rossanda's resignation was one of the demands from the shipbuilder's striking workers.

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VesselsValue: 44 Pct of 2018 Orderbook Yet to Be Delivered

ships under construction

Out of 1,966 vessels scheduled for delivery in 2018, only 1,100 have hit the water so far this year.

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Court Orders JES’ Shipbuilding Business to Be Wound Up


Shipbuilding subsidiaries of the Chinese group JES International Holdings Limited to cease operation.

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Hurtigruten Orders Another Hybrid Cruise Ship

Expedition ship

Hurtigruten has ordered another hybrid-powered expedition cruise ship from Kleven.

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First Aloha Class Vessel Delivered to Matson

Daniel K. Inouye

Matson has taken delivery of the first of two new Aloha Class containerships built at Philly Shipyard.

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Virgin Voyages Orders Another Ship from Fincantieri


Fincantieri signed a contract to build a fourth cruise ship for Virgin Voyages.

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MacGregor, CSSC Sign Deal on Strategic Cooperation


MacGregor signed an LOI on a strategic cooperation with China State Shipbuilding Corporation.

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Balearia Unveils Construction of Dual-Fuel RoPax Fast Ferry

Fast ferry

Baleària announces the construction of the world's first fast ferry for passenger and cargo powered by dual-fuel ...

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Austal Splashes Molslinjen's New Ferry


Austal has launched a high-speed vehicle/passenger ferry for Danish ferry operator Molslinjen.

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Okeanis Eco Tankers to Get Funds for Two VLCC Newbuilds


Okeanis Eco Tankers secures firm commitments for 2 secured loan facilities to finance its VLCCs.

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Sembcorp Marine Wins Its 1st Order in RoPax Ferry Sector

Artist's impression of Norled hybrid plug-in ropax ferry

Sembcorp bags its first design-and-construction ropax ship project.

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One More MR Unit Joins Maersk Tankers

Maersk Cayman

Maersk Tankers added Maersk Cayman, a new MR product tanker, to its fleet on October 26.

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Delivery of World's 1st LNG-Powered Cruise Ship Postponed


The delivery of the world’s first cruise ship to be powered solely by LNG, AIDAnova, will be delayed.

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Video: Spectrum of the Seas Gets Its Azipods

Spectrum of the Seas;

Spectrum of the Seas taking shape in Papenburg, Germany.

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ICBC Leasing In for Up to 8 Bulkers at Zhoushan Changhong


Zhoushan Changhong has reportedly won orders for up to eight Ultramax bulkers from ICBC Leasing.

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Rolls-Royce to Power Havila Kystruten’s New Ferries

Havila Kystruten's new cruise ferries

Havila Kystruten has hired Rolls-Royce to provide power and propulsion for its new Ro-Pax vessels.

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IRISL Denies Ordering Tankers at Sadra


IRISL refutes shipbroking reports that linked the company to an order for three tankers at Sadra.

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France, Italy Join in RDI to Remain Ahead of Asian Yards


French and Italian shipbuilding associations signed a common RDI Roadmap for Shipbuilding and ship supply.

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Odfjell Adds New Tanker to Its Fleet

Bow Precision

Odfjell expanded its fleet with a new chemical tanker, Bow Precision, on October 17.

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MHI Christens 3rd Sayaringo STaGE LNG Carrier


Mitsubishi Heavy Industries christens MOL's LNG carrier-LNG Juno.

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Norden Signs Scrubber Installation Deal with Besiktas


Norden has signed an agreement for scrubber installations with Turkey's Besiktas Shipyard.

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Daitoh Trading Tied to Orders for Five Tankers


Japan's Daitoh Trading linked to orders for five chemical/product tankers with compatriot builders.

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Hartree, Hunter Group to Form Scrubber-Fitted VLCC Pool


The joint fleet would be made up of eleven eco VLCC vessels.

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Uljanik Workers on Strike Again


Disgruntled workers of Uljanik Group take to the streets.

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IRISL Linked to Three Tankers at Sadra


IRISL orders three 113,000 dwt tankers at compatriot shipbuilder SADRA.

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More LNG Carrier Orders Needed to Keep Market Balance

LNG Carrier

Lack of timely investment in the LNG carrier fleet could pose a threat to market development and security of supply.

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Hyundai Heavy to Build VLGC Duo for Latsco


Hyundai Heavy Industries received an order for two VLGCs from Greece-based Consolidated Marine Management.

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