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EU naval force facing “impossible challenge”

EU naval force facing “impossible challenge”

The establishment of the EU’s naval force in the Mediterranean (EUNAVFOR MED) in June 2015 was not greeted with universal enthusiasm. The force, dubbed Operation S...

New pilot launches for Briggs Marine in Liverpool

New pilot launches for Briggs Marine in Liverpool

Briggs Marine has ordered three ORC 171 Pilot vessels from Goodchild Marine, based in Great Yarmouth, UK. The 17.63-metre vessels are destined for Liverpool where...

Coastal Cruiser ordered for Wuzhizhou Island

Coastal Cruiser ordered for Wuzhizhou Island

CoCo Yachts and AFAI Southern Shipyard has announced a new contract for a custom designed passenger ferry for Wuzhizhou Island, China, as works on a major upgrade of...

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Two new Italian flagged vessels launched in Vietnam

D’Amico International Shipping (DIS), an Italian product tanker company, has launched two new eco-ships at the Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard in Vietnam....

Royal Caribbean Cruises expands Oasis- and Edge-class

Royal Caribbean Cruises has signed a memorandum of understanding with French shipbuilder STX France to build three new cruise ships. STX will construct...

Gondan Shipyard to construct a cat for Naviera Nabia

Spanish ship builder, Gondan Shipyard and ferry operator Naviera Nabia have signed a newbuilding contract for a 250-passenger-capacity catamaran. The...

Coastal Cruiser ordered for Wuzhizhou Island

CoCo Yachts and AFAI Southern Shipyard has announced a new contract for a custom designed passenger ferry for Wuzhizhou Island, China, as works on...

‘Norwegian Joy’ fitted with go-kart track

Norwegian Cruise Line's next vessel ‘Norwegian Joy’ will feature a fully equipped premium Go-Kart track built by RiMO Supply, a German karts and...

Keppel forms joint venture to grow presence in Russia

The Fjords names hybrid tourist vessel

Damen continues growth in South Korean ferry market

Euronav announces termination of Suezmax joint venture

Korean shipbuilders backlog drops 19 per cent

Report predicts potential shortage of almost 150,000 officers by 2025

‘El Faro’ captain attempted to avoid storm

GSS Australia and Rizhao Port enter shipping agreement

World’s largest cruise ship delivered

VARD signs LOI with international cruise company

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Tanzanian boat sinks on Lake Malawi

Twelve people are feared dead in Tanzania after the ‘Mapeza’ passenger vessel is believed to have sunk en route from Mbamba Bay in Tanzania to Nkhata...

Uljanik launch cutter suction dredger in Croatia

Uljanik launch cutter suction dredger in Croatia

A self-propelled cutter suction dredger constructed by Uljanik Shipyard for the Dutch company Royal IHC has been launched in Pula, Croatia. Once...

New pilot launches for Briggs Marine in Liverpool

Briggs Marine has ordered three ORC 171 Pilot vessels from Goodchild Marine, based in Great Yarmouth, UK. The 17.63-metre vessels are destined...

‘Dalby Ouse’ launched in Great Yarmouth

The ‘Dalby Ouse’ support vessel is the latest addition to the fleet of offshore support provider, Dalby Offshore after it was launched in Great...

Dual-power platform vessel built by Zhenjiang Shipyard

A hybrid design anchor handling, towing and supply vessel built by Zhenjiang Shipyard has been delivered to its owners and begun service. The...

Eastern Shipbuilding launches the ‘Blue-Sea’

‘T.Damala 6’ ASD tug delivered by RMK

‘Noordstroom’ delivered to Van Wijngaarden Marine Services

OSD introduces low-emission hybrid Azistern e-tug

Naming of first ocean-going tug for ALP

‘Arihi’ ready to be delivered to New Zealand

Subsea 7 awarded wind farm contract offshore UK

Bourbon-JACCAR deal on hold

Offshore engineering standard takes a forward step

Indian Navy orders seven frigates

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Damen unveils new utility vessel

Damen unveils new utility vessel

Daman is about the begin work on the first of a new class of utility vessel, the UV2410. The multi-role platform is designed for customers active...

Treaty to begin tackling IUU fishing

The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the UN’s Port State Measures Agreement (PSMA) will come into force on June 5, 2016 targeting illegal,...

Columbian fisherman rescued after two months at sea

A 29-year-old Columbian has been rescued after a two-month ordeal at sea after his skiff suffered engine failure in the Pacific. The man was collected...

EU pledges to improve Mediterranean fish stocks

The European Union has highlighted its concern surrounding the decline of Mediterranean fisheries, prompting the planning of a new strategy for the area....

Number of overfished stocks remains near all-time low in USA

The number of local fish stocks listed as overfished or subject to overfishing remain near all-time lows, according to the 2015 Status of US Fisheries...

Fishing sector calls for equal treatment

USA prohibit new forage fisheries

Norwegian offshore aquaculture project gets green light

Vietnamese fishing vessels apprehended in Australian waters

Pirate fishing groups caught as net tightens

Kleven to build trawler for Spanish ship-owner

Arkhangelsk Trawl Fleet to add four new trawlers

Fisherman fatality proves need for action: TSB

LNG fish food carrier under build

Fishing vessel conversion completed