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Swedish tall ship arrives today

After almost 10 months at sea, the Swedish ship Gotheborg will arrive in Shanghai today. The tall ship will first ...

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China shores up maritime rescue system

Bigger, faster, stronger: That is the plan for the updated offshore rescue system unveiled by China Rescue and ...

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BP fighting hurricane-related offshore oil leak

BP Plc is working to control an offshore oil well damaged by Hurricane Katrina nearly a year ago that continues to ...

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Chartering Superyacht ‘Phoenix’

Even before her 2004 launch, the L

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General Dynamics Finalize $1 Billion Contract to Build ...

General Dynamics NASSCO, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), announced today that it has ...

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Thousands of Mazda cars stranded on ship

The automaker had 4,700 vehicles aboard the automobile carrier Cougar Ace that began taking on water on Sunday and ...

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Virus ship stripped of carpets

HEALTH inspectors will rip up carpets and furnishings in a ship on which 100 people were struck down with a ...

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New Serasa Ferry Terminal To Open In October

Bandar Seri Begawan – The new Serasa Ferry Terminal in Brunei-Muara district will open its new gateway for ...

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ABG Shipyard receives export order of USD 10.55 mn

ABG Shipyard (Q, N,C,F)* has received an order for construction of 1 No. Anchor Handling tug – 80 ton Bollard ...

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Saginaw River dredging to start after judge rejects challenge

SAGINAW, Mich. Dredging is set to begin Monday to ease shipping on the Saginaw River. The river has been hampered ...

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H.M. Queen Silvia of Sweden to name Stena Primorsk in ...

With the tanker Stena Primorsk as the centre of attention, Concordia Maritime and the entire Stena group take ...

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Offshore rigs receive new mooring rules

WASHINGTON – Hoping to prevent drilling rigs from bobbing around the Gulf of Mexico in the wake of a ...

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Bar Harbor Welcomes First Cruise Ship

More than 80 cruise ships will pull into the port of Bar Harbor this year, the first, the “Maasdam” ...

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Nexen loses arbitration case to former parent over ...

Nexen Inc. has lost an arbitration with its former parent company over disputed offshore energy properties in ...

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Daewoo: Naming for Chandris P/C as

On April 10th, H.N 5259, a 105,000 DWT Product Oil Carrier for Chandris was named

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North Korea Demands Redrawn Border

Military officials from North and South Korea were at odds Friday over the North’s demand that they redraw ...

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Bush to Request $439.3B Defense Budget

The Navy will receive about $2.5 billion for the next Virginia Class submarine, built by Electric Boat in ...

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Big day for offshore industry

Southern North Sea gas operations will be put in the spotlight when leading players gather in Norfolk to thrash out ...

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Carriers work heads for Scotland

The Ministry of Defence is set to confirm that Scottish yards have landed a large part of the contract to build two ...

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Why shipbuilding in the UK is a special case

As the last shipyard in the United Kingdom to carry out new-build commercial work, Ferguson shipbuilders of Port ...

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