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Gjoa has been mated

More than 2,000 people have worked continuous shifts on Gjøa to make it ready for towing to the field in April. The ...

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Saipem wins two new offshore contracts in Southeast Asia

Saipem has secured two contracts offshore Southeast Asia. In Papua New Guinea, Esso Highlands Limited, an ...

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Southampton docks slowly resuming service

Southampton Container Terminals (SCT) is slowly returning to normal operation after one of its cranes collapsed on ...

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Van der Velden® Marine Systems now distributor for ...

During the EUROPORT Maritime 2007, Van der Velden Marine Systems and EFFER announced the cooperation between their ...

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Racing is postponed until Tuesday

Light, unstable winds forced the Race Committee to postpone racing for the day on Sunday at the 32nd America’s Cup ...

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Dubai Drydocks Bids for Singapore Shipyard

SINGAPORE — Dubai Drydocks World LLC has launched a bid for all outstanding shares of Pan-United Marine Ltd. that ...

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Cutting-Edge Intrepid Readies for Long-Range Debut

After Years of False Starts, Smooth Seas Ahead for Latest Purpose-Built Sportfisher They say good things come to ...

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SCAN signs agreement with Ship Finance International Limited

CAN Geophysical ASA (SCAN) today announced that the company has agreed to sell its three new building high capacity ...

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First Napoli load heads for docks

The first containers salvaged from the stricken vessel, the MSC Napoli, are due to arrive at Portland Port in ...

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Ruling Favors NCL in Cruise Ship Norwegian Dawn Rogue ...

A federal judge has ruled in favor of NCL and against a group of passengers who were aboard the Norwegian Dawn in ...

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The world’s first 14-cylinder low-speed engine entered service on 1 September 2006 in a large, fast container ...

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German Sailing Grand Prix

BMW Oracle Racing capped three days of brilliant racing by claiming the prize for the German Sailing Grand Prix ...

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Zim to increase shipping activity at Haifa port

Zim Integrated Shipping Services Ltd. has agreed to increase traffic to the Haifa port despite ongoing missile ...

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Ferretti Group to exhibit 5 megayachts at Genoa ...

The Ferretti Group, one of the world leaders in the design and construction of motoryachts and sporting boats, ...

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Skandia Cowes Week IRC 2 update

Winning the IRC 2 Class on the opening day is a good indication of who will be challenging for honours during the ...

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Clipper 05-06: Hot and Steamy

The drag race continues towards Jamaica, with the fleet tightly bunched in very similar conditions. Durban has the ...

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Major drilling equipment contract to Aker Kvaerner

Aker Kvaerner has signed a contract with Jurong Shipyard Pte. Ltd in Singapore for delivery of a drilling system ...

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New shipping lane will lessen damage from oil spills

The Norwegian maritime authorities have proposed that the lane for large ships be placed 30 miles off ...

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Scottish yard lands windfarm work

Workers at Scotland’s last heavy fabrication yard have clinched a big offshore windfarm deal. Burntisland ...

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