Marino Shipyard delivers research vessel

Marino Shipyard delivers research vessel

Sardinia-based shipyard Marino has recently delivered a 7.92-metre-long fiberglass research vessel to the marine science department of the Genoa University.

Irish offshore patrol vessel to Malta

Irish offshore patrol vessel to Malta

The continuing unauthorised migrant (UM) crisis in the Mediterranean is posing huge security and political problems. An astonishing daily total of up to 3,000 UMs a...

Shoreline unveils new class of police patrol boat

Shoreline unveils new class of police patrol boat

Australian builder Shoreline Marine Fabrication has supplied a pair of patrol boats to the Western Australian Water Police.

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Australian Government full steam ahead on coastal shipping reform

Australian businesses will have a wider choice of shipping companies to use after the Federal Government announced “substantial” deregulation of shipping...

38,800DWT bulk carrier delivered by Chengxi Shipyard

A naming ceremony has been held for a 38,800DWT bulk carrier at the outfitting quay of Chengxi Shipyard.

Jiangnan Shipyard finishes first LNG ship built in China

China National Offshore Oil has taken delivery of a 30,000m³ LNG ship called ‘Hai Yang Shi You 301’ from Jiangnan Shipyard.

Two vessels delivered by Jiangnan Shipyard

Jiangnan Shipyard Group has delivered one 1,100TEU container ship and another 21,000m³ LEG (liquefied ethylene gas) ship to two different ship owners....

MHI receives order from NYK Line for two next-generation LNG carriers

  Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has received an order for two Sayaringo STaGE LNG carriers for delivery to Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line)....

LNG carrier for Osaka Gas named 'LNG Mars'

World's first fleet of ultra-large, LNG-ready container vessels

Rolls Royce to axe 600 marine jobs

Fremantle Port to be sold

CMA CGM Group's largest vessel christened

New PCTC contract for TTS

Australian Federal Budget proposes shipping reform

New Zealand gives funds to Vanuatu

"Super" cruise ships mooted for New Zealand's Otago

Former NZ Navy ship relaunched as the 'Geo Resolution'

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Uljanik Shipyard launches two barges

Uljanik Shipyard launches two barges

  Uljanik Shipyard has launched two barges destined for service under Swedish company Wisby Tankers.

Tugs from Turkey's Sanmar Shipyard to Australia

Tugs from Turkey's Sanmar Shipyard to Australia

Towage and marine services provider Smit Lamnalco has taken delivery of the ‘SL Wiggins Island’, the fifth and final tug purpose-built at Sanmar...

Green Marine takes delivery of Multi Cat 2712 workboat

  Marine operations company Green Marine Energy Support Services recently took delivery of a Multi Cat 2712 workboat for its offshore wave and tidal...

Tuco Marine's 11-metre ProZero WFSVs to Windea Offshore

  Tuco Marine Group will supply its 11-metre ProZero wind farm service vessel daughter crafts to two vessels ordered by the German-based Bernhard...

'Venus NS' en route to Iceland

HB Grandi’s new pelagic vessel ‘Venus NS’ is on its way to Iceland.

'Skandi Angra' delivered to Petrobras

Eddy Tug unveils new 24-metre design

Santos considers LNG barge off Australia's north coast

Japan to bid for Australian submarines

Delta SubSea acquires the 'Olympic Delta'

Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard contract Damen for fleet

Vancouver Shipyards names BC Ferries' first-ever cable ferry

Moran Iron Works delivers two ocean-going barges

'Michelle Sloan' added to Harley Marine Services' tug fleet

Unique Group delivers dive support vessel

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New aquaculture zone policy proposed for South Australia

Public feedback is being sought on a new aquaculture zone policy proposed for Franklin Harbor on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia.

Strict new conditions imposed in Australia's Small Pelagic Fishery

Mid-water trawlers in Australia’s Small Pelagic Fishery, including the ‘Geelong Star’, will only be allowed to fish during daytime hours as...

New ice plant for Somaliland fisheries sector

It is hoped the recent delivery of a new ice plant to Somaliland will provide a major boost for local fisheries by ensuring that catches are landed in...

Pacific Coast Sardine Fishery closed

  The Pacific Fishery Management Council has voted to close the Pacific Coast Sardine Fishery until 2016 after they said they received scientific...

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

Australia’s Commonwealth Fisheries Association (CFA) has said it is appalled by the lack of understanding of fisheries management by the independent...

Australian scientists grow marine worms in wastewater

Gael Force lands Scottish Salmon contract

Questions raised about "dolphin safe" labelling

Calls for mandatory labelling of imported seafood in Australia

Government buyout of commercial fishermen questioned

Study to conserve genetic resources of tilapia

White House sets its sights on illegal fishers

Australian border protection officers board illegal fishing vessel

US Coast Guard disrupts illegal Mexican fishermen off Texas

New aquaculture leases granted for Australian state