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SAFE Boats International patrol boats to Tunisia

SAFE Boats International patrol boats to Tunisia

SAFE Boats International has recently completed an order for two 20-metre full cabin inboard boats for the Tunisian Navy.

FB Design custom high-speed RIBs to Gibraltar

FB Design custom high-speed RIBs to Gibraltar

Italian performance patrol boat specialist FB Design has recently delivered two high speed RIBs to HM Customs in Gibraltar.

Willard Marine riverine boats to Nepalese Army

Willard Marine riverine boats to Nepalese Army

Willard Marine has been awarded a contract to supply the Nepal Army with two newly designed aluminium riverine boats.

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Work begins on logistics base in Darwin

Toll Group has started works on the offshore logistics base it is constructing for Inpex’s Ichthys LNG Project in Australia.

SAS enters into MOU with China Shipbuilding Trading Company

Southern African Shipyards (SAS) has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with China Shipbuilding Trading Company (CSTC), a subsidiary of China...

NASSCO launches world's first LNG-powered containership

  General Dynamics NASSCO has launched the ‘Isla Bella’, the world's first LNG-powered containership.

Seaspan receives 14,000TEU SAVER containership

Seaspan has announced that it accepted delivery of a 14,000TEU containership, the ‘YM Wellhead’.

Hapag-Lloyd orders five new container ships

Hapag-Lloyd has ordered five 10,500TEU container vessels from the South Korean shipyard Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries. The ships are to be built at the...

New tanker for Concordia Maritime

Patrick and ACFS establish joint venture

Harper Review recommends cutting red tape

Container ship freight rates fall on declining Chinese exports

Bitter dispute no more

New berth opened at Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

MNZ advances review

CentrePort targets 8,000TEU vessels

LNGC 'Grand Elena' embarks on hundredth voyage from Prigorodnoye

Vessel runs aground in St. Lawrence Seaway

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Cemre launches seismic support vessel

Cemre launches seismic support vessel

  Turkey’s Cemre Shipyard has launched a seismic support vessel, which was ordered by Norfield.

CTruk wins order for more 22-metre WFSVs

CTruk wins order for more 22-metre WFSVs

  CTruk has won an order for two more of its 22-metre multi-purpose catamaran wind farm service vessels (WFSVs).

Safehaven Marine launches new high-speed military interceptor

  Safehaven Marine has unveiled its new high-speed military interceptor.

Eastern Shipbuilding launches MPSV 'Warland'

  Eastern Shipbuilding has announced the launching of the ‘Warland’ for Hornbeck Offshore Services.

Textron LCAC vehicles to US Navy

  Textron has announced it has been awarded a US$84 million contract option from the US Navy for two next-generation landing craft, air cushion...

Island Offshore takes delivery of new PSV

Royal ICH launches 'Sapura Jade'

EMAS AMC clinches several projects worth US$55 million

Foss christens Arctic Class ocean tug

Cochin Shipyard launches fast patrol vessel

Jan De Nul Group secures windfarm project contracts

Windfarm support vessel 'Dart Fisher' upgraded

Crowley and Svitzer merge their salvage divisions

GE to provide support for Australian Navy Frigates

BMT Nigel Gee-designed 'Njord Odin' completes sea trials

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Australian scientists grow marine worms in wastewater

Australian scientists grow marine worms in wastewater

  Marine biologists based at Australia’s Bribie Island Aquaculture Research Centre have successfully started growing worms in wastewater, which...

Gael Force lands Scottish Salmon contract

Gael Force lands Scottish Salmon contract

  Gael Force Group has secured a multi-million dollar order for new feed barges from the Scottish Salmon Company (SSC).

Questions raised about "dolphin safe" labelling

A new paper published in Marine Mammal Science by NOAA’s Jay Barlow of the Marine Mammal and Turtle Division, Southwest Fisheries Science Centre indicates...

Calls for mandatory labelling of imported seafood in Australia

A recent Australian Senate enquiry has recommended that country of origin labelling for cooked seafood be introduced.

Government buyout of commercial fishermen questioned

Australia's South East Trawl Fishing Industry Association (SETFIA) has questioned whether a government ban on fishing in the Great Barrier Reef was...

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

"Supertrawlers" to be banned from Australian waters

Action taken against transgressing FCVs

NOAA issues Atlantic tuna management measures

Long-term development plan for fisheries in the Horn of Africa

Deep-sea fishing legislation met with mixed feelings