Lack of Automation Rules a Major Challenge

Wasaline ferry

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

EU Ports Policy: Time-Out Not an Excuse to Wind Down Efforts

MEP Knut Fleckenstein, the rapporteur on the European Commission’s proposal for a Regulation on Market access to ...

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UKHO Publishes Guide to ECDIS Implementation, Policy ...

The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) has published a new Nautical Publication to support the transition to ...

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BOURBON Continues Its Policy of Standardizing Its Fleet

BOURBON announces that it sold 3 vessels, including a tug, an MPSV (Multi-Purpose Supply Vessel) from the Subsea ...

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UK: Seacurus Launches New Insurance Policy for Crew Wages

Specialist marine insurance intermediary Seacurus has launched a new insurance policy to indemnify seafarers in the ...

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WOC to Improve US Ocean Policy and Marine Spatial Planning

The World Ocean Council (WOC) is launching a two-year effort to improve ocean business community understanding, ...

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EU Ports Policy Review: No Convincing Case for New ...

The European Commission held on Friday a public hearing for port stakeholder organisations and Member State ...

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Greece: Star Bulk Contributes to Policy Making for ...

  Star Bulk Carriers Corp. yesterday announced that Star Bulk was invited to share its views and experience with ...

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Global Cruise Industry Announces Latest Safety Policy (USA)

  On behalf of the global cruise industry, Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) and the European ...

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UK: ICS Publishes Annual Review of Maritime Policy and ...

UK - ICS Publishes Annual Review of Maritime Policy and Regulatory Developments

To coincide with its Annual General Meeting, in Queensland Australia, on 24-25 May, the International Chamber of ...

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European Parliament Approves EUR 40 Million to Support ...

European Parliament Approves EUR 40 Million to Support Maritime Policy

The European Parliament (EP) approved the allocation of EUR 40 million for the ‘Integrated Maritime ...

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Denmark Hosts 8th China-EU Major Shipping Policy Meeting

  On 26-28 September 2011, Denmark hosted the 8th China-EU Implementation meeting. Present at the meeting were ...

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Spain, France and Portugal Support Fishery Agreements ...

Authorities in Spain, France and Portugal signed a joint declaration for the maintenance of fishery agreements in ...

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Piracy remained serious in 2007 and may get worse

As the year closes, the situation regarding piracy on the high seas remains of serious concern with the African ...

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DP World aims to double capacity

DP World, the Dubai-based container terminal operator, is planning to double worldwide capacity over the next 10 ...

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New warship launched on Clydeside

Thousands of people watched as the Royal Navy’s latest warship was launched on the River Clyde. HMS ...

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