Lack of Automation Rules a Major Challenge

Wasaline ferry

Wasaline's Managing Director speaks on the concept of the automated ship.

Vancouver’s Alaska Cruise Season Winds Down

Vancouver's Alaska Cruise Season Winds Down

Port Metro Vancouver’s 2014 Alaska cruise season ended in October with numbers on par with the 2013 season, with ...

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Hamburg Keeping Close Eye on Mega-Ships

The number of ultra large vessels calling at the Port of Hamburg has increased by almost a third since 2008, ...

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Wärtsilä to Power Yamal LNG Carriers

Wärtsilä to Power Yamal LNG Carriers

The Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) yard in South Korea has ordered a total of 54 Wärtsilä dual ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (3rd-9th Nov)

Readers’-Picks-of-the-Week

MS Marco Polo Runs Aground in Norway Cruise ship MS Marco Polo has run aground with 750 passengers on board while ...

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Port Hedland Again Facing Strike

Port Hedland Again Facing Strike

The Australian Institute of Marine & Power Engineers (AIMPE) has given notice that the tug boat engineers at ...

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Westports Running Out of Terminals

Westports Running Out of Terminals

Malaysia’s Westports Holdings Berhad is planning to put in motion a USD 300 million “Container Terminal ...

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Suspected Somali Pirates Freed

A court in Mauritius has acquitted twelve Somali men tried for piracy due to insufficient evidence,  international ...

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Green Port Hull Project Set in Motion

Green Port Hull Project Set in Motion

Associated British Ports (ABP) has awarded a GBP 100 million (USD 158.3m) contract to carry out construction at the ...

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Finnlines Climbs Profitability Ladder

Finnlines Group’s profitability growth is impressive and the fleet is ready for 2015, Emanuelle Grimaldi, President ...

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One Dead, Four Missing after India Navy Ship Sinks

One Dead, Four Missing after India Navy Ship Sinks

At least one person died, with four still missing after a torpedo recovery vessel of Indian Navy sank off the city ...

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ALP Maritime Bolsters Towage Fleet

ALP Maritime Bolsters Towage Fleet

ALP Maritime Services B.V., a wholly owned subsidiary of Teekay Offshore, has agreed to purchase six long distance ...

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Long-Term Charters Keep Teekay Afloat

Teekay's Third Quarter Numbers Slightly Down

Teekay LNG Partners L.P. reported adjusted net income of USD 46.7 million for the quarter ended September 30, 2014, ...

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Maersk Line Agrees to Pay

Maersk Agrees to Pay

Maersk Line has paid the United States of America USD 8.7 million as the result of a civil settlement regarding ...

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TEN Secures Charter for Its Newbuild

Greek tanker operator Tsakos Energy Navigation (TEN) has secured a long-term time charter with a national oil ...

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Höegh LNG Rides the FSRU Wave

Höegh LNG Champions FSRU Segment

Höegh LNG Holdings Ltd. has declared the option for a fifth Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) at ...

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CSL Welland Embarks on Maiden Voyage

Canada Steamship Lines’ next generation bulk carrier CSL Welland set out on Wednesday on her maiden voyage from ...

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Crowley Sells Two Jones Act Tankers

Crowley Maritime Corporation’s petroleum services has sold two Jones Act tankers, the Pennsylvania and Florida, to ...

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Ardmore Benefiting from Improved Charter Market

Irish tanker owner Ardmore Shipping Corporation reported a net profit of USD 117,000 for the three months ended ...

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DSME, Samsung Heavy to Build LNG Carriers for Kogas

http://www.ihsmaritime360.com/article/15134/sk-shipping-klc-and-hyundai-lng-shipping-triumph-in-kogas-tender

South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering has been chosen by Korea Gas Corporation (Kogas) to ...

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Indonesia Plans Three New Ports

Indonesia Plans Three New Ports

PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Pelindo II), a state-owned port operator, is planning to issue USD 1 billion in bonds in ...

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ECSA Launches Sulphur Survey

ECSA Launches Sulphur Survey

European Community Shipowners’ Association (ECSA) has launched a survey to monitor the economic impact of the ...

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Hapag-Lloyd and CSAV Merger One Step Closer

Hapag-Lloyd and CSAV Merger One Step Closer

Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defence (CADE) has given an unconditional clearance to the ...

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ReCAAP: Siphoning Incidents Still Major Concern

There has been significant trend change in terms of the number of incidents reported within the nine-month period ...

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GSF Calls for Carbon Emissions Transparency

The Secretary General of the Global Shippers’ Forum, Chris Welsh, outlined the need for transparency of ...

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Marsur Ready for Action

EU Maritime Surveillance Program Ready for Action

The Maritime Surveillance (Marsur) project, encompassing seventeen European Union Member States plus Norway, has ...

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Ulsan Port Examines LNG Bunkering Possibilities

Ulsan Port Examines LNG Bunkering Possibilities

South Korea’s City of Ulsan is planning to launch a preliminary feasibility study  for the construction of an ...

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Tanker Solutions III Gets Funding for Fleet Expansion

Tanker Market Flourishing, Dry Bulk Mostly Down

CIT Maritime Finance provided USD 64 million in senior secured credit facilities to Tanker Solutions III, LLC, a ...

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