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Carnival Making Strides on Cutting CO2 Footprint

Cruise liner major Carnival Corporation claims to be ahead of schedule on reducing its carbon intensity and on ...

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Golar LNG Inks Deal on Hilli’s Dropdown

Golar LNG, owner and operator of LNG carriers and FSRUs, together with its affiliates Keppel Shipyard and Black and ...

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Carrier Consolidation Turns Up the Heat on APM Terminals

The ongoing consolidation of container carriers through acquisitions and alliances continues to exert pressure ...

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Video: Royal Caribbean Cuts Steel for Newest Ship

Video Courtesy: Royal Caribbean Miami-based cruise company Royal Caribbean International has marked the official ...

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Tanker Market Earnings on Path to Recovery?

Tanker market earnings in the third quarter of 2017 are encountering difficulties, but peaking fleet growth and ...

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Port of Oakland Adds New Equipment to Cut Ship Emissions

Californian Port of Oakland has commissioned new equipment bolstering efforts to curb diesel emissions from ships. ...

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Niche Carriers Offer Better Rewards, but with Higher Risks

Niche carriers have both outperformed and vastly underperformed the top 16 carriers, with a high degree of ...

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Drewry: Container Trade Outlook Rises with More Volumes

World container trade appears to be back on track after two lean years, right on time for carriers that are taking ...

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Port of Montreal Can Now Power Cruise Ships with Electricity

The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) has completed its shore power project allowing vessels that dock at the ...

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Ships in Canada Must Slow Down to Prevent Whale Deaths

The Canadian government has implemented a temporary mandatory slow down for vessels of 20 meters or more in length ...

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Man Medevacked from Gachem Stade Tanker off Egmont Key

The US Coast Guard medevacked a 55-year-old male Philippine national from a 550-foot tanker while the vessel was ...

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Interview: Do Seafarers Really Matter?

Seafaring has been described as a vital support mechanism for the global economy by the International Maritime ...

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Maersk CEO: Five or Six Carriers to Survive Consolidation

Further consolidation in the container shipping market seems to be imminent and is likely to result in the survival ...

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THE Alliance Adding Safety Net in Case of Insolvency

The members of THE Alliance are looking to form a contingency fund which would protect them in case one of the ...

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Calumet Refloated, Traffic Back to Normal in Soo Locks

The cargo vessel Calumet, a 629-foot ship that ran aground on the north side of Sugar Island Wednesday, was ...

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Waterway Closed after Bulker Runs Aground

Commercial vessel traffic in the St. Marys River was shut down after the 629-foot US bulk carrier Calumet ran ...

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GPA's Volumes on the Rise

The Georgia Ports Authority witnessed an increase in its volumes for the calendar year through July, which were up ...

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Volumes Continue Growing at Port of Los Angeles

The Port of Los Angeles’ container volumes climbed by 9.5 percent during the first seven months of the ...

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Whale Found Lodged on Princess Cruises Ship in Alaska

A deceased whale was found lodged on top of the bulbous bow on the cruise ship Grand Princess when the vessel ...

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USCG Grants BWTS Type Approval to Ecochlor

The United States Coast Guard (USCG) has issued the USCG Type Approval Certificate to Ecochlor, a Boston-based ...

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Ports America Denies Reports on Possible Sale

US terminal operator Ports America has denied rumors on a possible sale of the company to Turkish port operator ...

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Damaged Warship to Be Moved to US for Repairs

The US Navy’s severely damaged guided missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald is to be moved back to the US months ...

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NRF: Imports at Top US Container Ports to Hit New Records

August is expected to be the busiest month on record for imports at the US major retail container ports and 2017 is ...

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Vale Sells Two VLOCs to China's Bocomm

Brazilian mining giant Vale has finalized a sale agreement for two of its very large ore carriers (VLOCs) with ...

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USCG: Detained Ship Departs Baltimore after 10 Months

Having been detained for the last ten months, the 5,900 dwt tanker Asphalt Trader departed Baltimore on August 5, ...

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NAT Inks Two Charter Deals with Shell

Bermuda-based tanker owner Nordic American Tankers Limited (NAT) has entered into two time charter arrangements ...

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