Meet Us at Nor-Shipping 2019


World Maritime News team will also be attending this year’s event.

Ocean Yield Takes Delivery of Scorpio's Ultramax Pair


Ocean Yield ASA takes delivery of two 2017-built Ultramax dry bulk vessels.

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Novatek Brings In TechnipFMC for Arctic LNG 2 Project

Arctic LNG 2

The first train of the project is scheduled for launch in 2023.

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IMO Tightens Climate Protection Requirements for Ships


MEPC: amendments to strengthen existing requirements for new ships to be more energy efficient.

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LNG Carrier Methane Princess Repaired after Tug Collision

Methane Princess

The LNG carrier collided with a tug while berthing at the Punta Europa LNG Terminal in Equatorial Guinea.

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Norled to Change Ownership


Norwegian DSD has signed an agreement to sell its ferry company Norled.

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TT-Line Ferry 1st to Feature MAN's Hybrid Propulsion System

MAN engine for new TT-Line ferry

Jinling Shipyard has ordered four engines for TT-Lines new 230-meter RoPax ferry.

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Hamburg Süd Christens Another Polar Class Vessel

Polar Ecuador

Hamburg Süd christens its latest Polar-class containership, Polar Ecuador.

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Russia to Pay USD 3 Mn to Greenpeace for Illegal Ship Arrest


The compensation is for the unlawful detention of Greenpeace's ship and its 30 crew.

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Zeaborn Picks KR, Verifavia for 100-Unit IHM Certification

Inventory of hazardous materials preparation and certification will include more than 100 vessels.

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Rescue Ship Seized in Italy after Migrants Disembark

Sea-Watch 3 disembarkation in Lampedusa, Italy

The migrants were disembarked against minister of interior Salvini's orders to prevent them from doing so.

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Seafarers Detail Working Conditions on Blumenthal Vessels

Anna Elisabeth

Current and ex-crew members told stories of intimidation, threats and abusive conditions on Blumenthal vessels.

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Shipowners from Around the World Can Now Join UK Flag

red ensign

The UK Ship Register is to expand its ownership eligibility.

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Baltic Exchange Council Elects New Chairman

Baltic Exchange

Petropoulos said he would focus on supporting the Baltic’s drive to increase its profile in Asia.

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Peel Ports Presents Plans for Hunterston Site


Peel Ports reveals plans for the major port and industrial center at Hunterston, Scotland.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Here are the most read stories from the previous week.

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Dutch Maritime Technology Sector Sees Cautious Progress


The Dutch maritime technology sector saw its activity rise slightly in 2018.

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MSC to Invest in Container Terminal at Port of Las Palmas


MSC, APLP ratify commitment to developing an investment plan for the Port of Las Palmas.

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MSC Cruises to Fund Cayman Islands' Cruise Berthing Project


MSC Cruises to provide funding for the construction of a new cruise berthing facility.

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Klaveness Combination Carriers Orders Two More CLEANBUs

Klaveness CLEANBU carrier

Klaveness Combination Carriers declared options for two new CLEANBU combination carriers in China.

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MPC Capital Expands Managed Tanker, Bulker Fleet


MPC Capital witnessed an increase in management services on the back of a fleet expansion.

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Maersk Tankers Closes Sale, Leaseback for MR Quartet


Maersk Product Tankers enters into a sale and leaseback agreement for four MR vessels.

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Rotor Sail Delivers Savings on Viking Grace, Tests Confirm

Viking Grace

Norsepower’s Rotor Sail has great potential to deliver savings on Viking Grace.

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NAT Sees Best Result in Almost Three Years


Nordic American Tankers managed to return to profitability during the first quarter.

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Finland's AHS Changing Ownership by End of May

Arctech Helsinki Shipyard

AHS will continue its shipbuilding operations as part of Nevsky Shipyard.

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Cruise Ship Fined for Violating Norwegian Fjords' SOx Limit

MS Magellan, owned by Global Cruise Lines

Global Cruise Lines' MS Magellan violated the legislation on fuel sulphur limits in the world heritage fjords.

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Svitzer Divesting Portuguese Business Amid Declining Volumes

Svitzer tugs

Svitzer’s operation in Portugal covers three ports.

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DFDS Offloads RoRo Vessel


DFDS decides to sell Anglia Seaways to Attica Group.

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