Aftermath of Attack on Bahri’s VLCC

Abqaiq VLCC

Dryad Maritime provides details on the attack and security picture in the region.

Salvage Giant Formed in the Med

Ardent Global, partners form the largest salvage company in the Mediterranean.

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Crowley Extends Wärtsilä's ATB Maintenance Deal

Wärtsilä has won an expanded deal for the maintenance of Crowley's articulated tug barges.

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APM 2018 Launched amid Industry Anticipation for Upturn

Asia's exhibition and conference Asia Pacific Maritime (APM) was officially launched on March 14.

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Steel Cut for America’s First LNG ATB

VT Halter Marine starts construction on America’s first liquefied natural gas articulated tug and barge unit.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Check out the most read stories from last week.

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Bourbon Shedding 41 Non-Smart Ships

Bourbon to sell 41 supply vessels as they cannot be connected within the group's smart shipping program.

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ASL Marine Warns of Expected Loss

ASL Marine Holdings anticipates reporting red ink for the second quarter of 2018 financial year.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Here are the most read articles of the past week.

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COSCO Shipping-Seacor’s New JV Buys Eight PSVs

A newly established company SEACOSCO Offshore LLC has bought eight new platform supply vessels (PSVs) from COSCO ...

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PSA Marine Tugs to Assist Ships at Bangladesh LNG Terminal

PSA Marine Bangladesh is to provide support services to LNG ships calling at Summit LNG FSRU Terminal in Bangladesh. 

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KOTUG Wants to Use Drones in Tug Operations

KOTUG has applied for a patent to use drone technology in its tug operations.

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Finland: Two Maritime Pilots Die after Their Vessel Capsizes

Two pilot cutter operators, employees of Finnpilot, died after their vessel overturned outside of Emäsalo island.

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Hamburg Towage Trio Fined USD 15 Mn for Cartel Activity

Bundeskartellamt has fined three harbor towage service for cartel activity.

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NTSB: Second Mate Fell Asleep Prior to Tug Grounding

Nathan E. Stewart ran aground in the Seaforth Channel probably due to the second mate falling asleep while on watch.

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World’s 1st Class Approved 3D Printed Ship's Propeller

Dutch Damen Shipyards Group has presented today its 3D printed ship’s propeller, the WAAMpeller, following a ...

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CMB Shows Off Its Hydrogen-Powered Vessel

Antwerp maritime group Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB) has launched its new hydrogen-powered passenger vessel-the ...

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Second Stingray for Maersk Supply Service

Maersk Supply Service AS has taken delivery of its second of four Stingray vessels, Maersk Involver, from COSCO ...

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Deutsche AM Buys Stake in RR's Towage Business

Deutsche Asset Management (Deutsche AM) is to acquire a stake in a Rimorchiatori Riuniti (RR) business as part of ...

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Gallery: Ship Suffering Engine Failure Rescued off Scotland

A general cargo vessel broke down half a mile offshore in Sinclair’s Bay, Scotland, in the morning hours of ...

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Unions to Fight Against Fairmount Crew Replacement Plans

Dutch marine services and dredging company Boskalis is planning to lay off 20 crew members and replace them with a ...

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Damen to Build Four Tugs for Smit Lamnalco

Dutch towage and marine services company Smit Lamnalco has ordered four Damen ASD 3212 tugs from compatriot ...

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Craig Group Disposes of Its Shipping Arm amid Restructuring

UK-based Craig Group has sold its shipping arm, North Star Shipping, a provider of emergency response and rescue ...

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A Month Needed to Prep for Kea Trader's Refloating Attempt

Following the unsuccessful refloating attempt on October 9, salvage company Ardent is devising a new plan to move ...

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Seven Tug Crew Arrested after Cocaine Bust in Atlantic

Seven seafarers have been arrested after Spanish authorities seized close to four tons of cocaine from an ...

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Abu Dhabi Ports Orders 3 New Tugs from Damen, Sanmar

Port developer and operator Abu Dhabi Ports ordered three new tugboats during the Seatrade Offshore Marine & ...

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Kleven Secures Cash Injection from Hurtigruten-Led Investors

Norwegian builder of ferries and offshore support vessels has obtained an investment worth NOK 300 million (USD ...

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Svitzer Bolsters Footprint in Portugal

Maersk’s tug operator Svitzer has signed an agreement with Portuguese company Rebosado to provide services to ...

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