Sailing the Seven Seas

Have you ever thought about the first journey of a ship, her maiden voyage from the shipyard to its owner?

Infographic: Casualties in 2015

Opting for a job at sea may turn out to be rewarding at times as it offers the opportunity to venture out into 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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Siphoning Incidents Nothing New?

The trend of incidents involving siphoning of fuel/oil from product and oil tankers at sea is not new. Statistics ...

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Human Error Cause of Singapore Collisions

Human Error Cause of Singapore Collisions

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) conducted investigations to determine the causes of the three ...

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Piracy on the Seven Seas at Its Lowest

The International Chamber of Commerce’s International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has revealed that piracy on the world’s ...

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Maersk Training’s New Program Addresses Human Error in ...

Maersk Training announced today that it launched a new training programme aimed at minimising incidents through ...

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ReCAAP: Report on Piracy Incidents for 1st Quarter of 2013

For the period January-March (1st quarter) of 2013, a total of 28 incidents comprising 27 actual incidents and one ...

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Iran: Bandar Abbas Reports Decrease in Port Incidents

The Head of the Safety Department of Bandar Abbas port has said that this decrease in port incidents is due to the ...

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India: Shipping Ministry Closely Monitoring Piracy ...

  One of the main and most serious threats to shipping is in the form of piracy off the coast of Somalia. A ...

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Singapore: Keppel Wins Bonus for Zero Incidents ...

  Keppel Singmarine Pte Ltd (Keppel Singmarine), the specialised shipbuilding arm of Keppel Offshore & ...

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