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Offshore aquaculture: The future of seafood?

Offshore aquaculture: The future of seafood?

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of the US has implemented a program that will allow for the production of sustainable seafood in federa...

Russia’s Navy to receive 42 new ships in 2016

Russia’s Navy to receive 42 new ships in 2016

Russia’s Navy is looking to receive 42 new ships and vessels in 2016, according to the state-owned news agency, TASS.

Fincantieri to build four cruise ships for Carnival

Fincantieri to build four cruise ships for Carnival

The cruise market is showing signs of expansion in in the coming years, as Italian shipyard Fincantieri will soon finalise a deal with Carnival for four new vessels. Ca...

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Cause of Tianjin explosion identified

A State Council investigatory team has named 123 people, including five officials at ministerial level, as responsible for the Tianjin warehouse explosions...

Demolition age of ships drops

Demolition age of ships drops

  The average scrapping age of capesize has dropped to 21 in 2015 from 25 in 2014, as the result of a record amount of capesize tonnage being scrapped...

Incorrectly declared dangerous goods increasing

Global liner shipping company, Hapag-Lloyd has registered a considerable increase in the number of incorrectly declared dangerous goods. Drastic tightening...

S$3 for a shipping company

Mercator International has sold it’s Singapore subsidiary, Mercator Lines for S$3 (US$2.12) according to The Hindu Times. The three-dollar company...

New Design for River Murray Ferry Services

BMT Design and Technology (BMT) has recently completed a replacement design for ferries that operate on the River Murray, Australia for the South Australian...

Ports of Auckland to develop freight hub

USCG issues Zika warning

ABS, COSCO Sign Cooperation Agreement

'Greenland' completes sea trials

First level 1 LNG-ready ships christened

Optimarin enters fishing sector

Panama Canal expansion nears completion

"Severe" kidnap locations rises to 11

Baleària to build eco-efficient "Smartship"

European shipowners support EU guidelines on places of refuge

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Conman sentenced for shipping swindle

The British man responsible for duping Swiss offshore construction firm Allseas, out of more than US$100 million is facing 14 years in jail after he was...

Construction of Visby's new cruise quay under way

Construction of Visby's new cruise quay under way

Work has started on the cruise quay in Visby, which is expected to be completed in Spring 2018. Region Gotland is building the cruise quay and...

Chinese vessel to assist MH 370 search

A Chinese ship, the ‘Dong Hai Jiu 101’, will be deployed to join search operations for the MH370 plane that went missing nearly two years ago....

Vard Marine awarded icebreaker contract

Vard Marine has secured a new contract for the design of an Antarctic icebreaking vessel for the Chilean Navy, a deal worth around €4 million (US$4.5...

Environmentally friendly support craft for America’s Cup bid

Land Rover BAR, the UK industry and government-sponsored team which is working up to compete in Bermuda next year for the very prestigious America’s...

New Zealand ferry catches fire

No issue with ferry -- Kiwirail

Seaworks boosts fleet

Russia’s Navy to receive 42 new ships in 2016

‘VOS Primrose’ delivered to Vroon

ESG delivers tug to Bisso Offshore

Bibby Marine orders Damen SOV

First diamond exploration vessel launched

Norwegian owner orders wind farm service vessel

‘Spirit of Tasmania II’ smashes pier in Melbourne

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Seafood industry crackdown in Thailand

More than 100 people have been arrested in a crackdown on the Thai seafood industry according to the BBC. Questions have been often asked of the country’s...

Offshore aquaculture: The future of seafood?

Offshore aquaculture: The future of seafood?

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of the US has implemented a program that will allow for the production of sustainable...

Japanese whalers fined in Australian court case

A case put forward by Humane Society International (HSI) has resulted in the Australian Federal Court has fining Japanese-based Kyodo AU$1million (US$720,000)...

Obama signs new fishing laws

US President Barack Obama has signed the Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing Enforcement Act. The bi-partisan act promotes the sustainable...

‘Miss Berdie’ gets a make-over

  The fishing boat ‘Miss Berdie’ has received renovations at the Fred Wahl shipyard in Reedsport Oregon, USA. After taking the 23 by 8.4...

Tsukiji Market set for move to Toyosu

Zamakona delivers 'Euskadi Alia'

Arctic Ocean commercial fishing accord signed

NOAA implements fleet-wide electronic monitoring

Value of Scottish catch reaches record high

New aquaculture zone policy proposed for South Australia

Strict new conditions imposed in Australia's Small Pelagic Fishery

New ice plant for Somaliland fisheries sector

Pacific Coast Sardine Fishery closed

CFA disputes Wilkie's take on the 'Geelong Star'