Groen new twin axe christened ‘Merel-G’

Groen new twin axe christened ‘Merel-G’

Damen Maaskant Shipyards Stellendam has a decade-long relationship with the family-run Groen Offshore, Guard & Support, having built seismic research vessels and co...

Dockstavarvet’s new 20-metre interceptor

Dockstavarvet’s new 20-metre interceptor

A new 20-metre police/patrol/combat boat design has now been completed at Dockstavarvet in Sweden. The first of class is configured as a search, rescue and service v...

Damen’s ‘Legionnaire’ launched

Damen’s ‘Legionnaire’ launched

A launching ceremony was held on July 15 by Damen Shipyards, for the ‘Legionnaire’, a Ro-Ro ferry for Bell Island, Newfoundland. “The 'Legionnaire' will soon...


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MHI receives two orders for Sayaringo STaGE LNG carrier

Japanese multinational engineering company Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has received two orders for LNG carrier Sayaringo STaGE. They will be put...

The ‘Healy’ reaches the North Pole unaccompanied

The US Coast Guard’s cutter ‘Healy’, just became the first US surface ship to arrive at the North Pole unaccompanied. This is also only the fourth...

Sweden to introduce tonnage tax

The Swedish Government is proposing the introduction of a tonnage tax system. The system is aimed at levelling the playing field between local and other...

New warship for Nigerian Navy

The Nigerian Navy's Eastern Naval Command (ENC) has taken delivery of the warship NNS ‘Centenary’. It is one of two P18N offshore patrol vessels (OPV)...

MHI announces it will split operations

Engineering and electrical multinational Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is planning to split its operations. The company will spin-off its ship construction...

Collective effort to suppress pirate attacks successful

Baleària commissions two ferries

CSCL purchase 10 new ultra large container ships

Daewoo wins new contracts

Hyundai Mipo Dockyard wins contract from unnamed business

NACKS continues to broaden customer base

Solvang to constuct LPG carriers for Hyundai Heavy Industries

Daewoo Shipbuilding cuts 1,300 jobs and sells assets

Inland port in Tauranga’s backyard

Transport unions slam new Heath and Safety at Work Act

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Compact ferry ‘Härön’ for Sweden

Tjörn Commune has taken delivery of the FKAB-designed ferry ‘Härön’. The vessel will travel between Härön and the Kyrkesund bridge on the island...

The US Navy takes delivery of two new patrol boats

US maritime security arm Coastal Riverine Group 2 has taken delivery of the first two of 12 Mark VI Patrol Boats. The MK VI is a 25-metre combatant craft...

US Navy acquires LCS Freedom-variant

Ray Mabus, the US Secretary of the Navy has named a Freedom-variant LCS 21 the ‘USS Minneapolis/St Paul’. The vessel can reach speeds of more than...

Damen crewboat for the Middle East

Damen Shipyards has launched a Twin Axe vessel to used in the Middle East for safe passenger and crew transfer and the transport of industrial persons,...

White House implements funding for new ice breakers

According to a White House press release, the increase in maritime traffic through the Arctic region will necessitate a high level of stewardship in order...

Mediterranean migrant crisis- EU gets its naval act together

One dead and three injured in dry dock accident

Royal Moroccan Navy enlists Damen for drought response

Svitzer signs for six Sanmar tugs

Keel-laying of aircraft carrier ‘John F. Kennedy’

Clean Great Barrier Reef vessel enters service

Dryad report warns of danger in Southeast Asia

IRSHAD receives buoy maintenance vessel

Dockstavarvet’s new 20-metre interceptor

Groen new twin axe christened ‘Merel-G’

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‘Miss Berdie’ gets a make-over

‘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

Tsukiji Market set for move to Toyosu

Image via Arain Zwegers 80 years since its initial opening, the Tsukiji Wholesale Market in Tokyo Japan will move to a new market building in Toyosu....

Zamakona delivers 'Euskadi Alia'

Astilleros Zamakona recently delivered the tuna freezer vessel ‘Euskadi Alia’ to Bermeo Group Echebastar at the maritime cruise station in Getxo,...

Arctic Ocean commercial fishing accord signed

A declaration has been signed by the five countries that surround the Arctic Ocean, to prevent unregulated commercial fishing of the 1.1 million-square-nautical...

NOAA implements fleet-wide electronic monitoring

NOAA Fisheries has completed the first fleet-wide implementation of electronic monitoring in the United States.

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'

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