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Ferry Tales: EU says “happy new year”

Ferry Tales: EU says “happy new year”

2015 has dawned and with it the European Union’s new sulphur regulations.

Costa Concordia captain faces court

Costa Concordia captain faces court

Italian prosecutors have asked a court to convict and sentence the captain of the ill-fated ‘Costa Concordia’ cruise liner to more than 26 years in jail.

ALMC: Latest trends in maritime arbitration

ALMC: Latest trends in maritime arbitration

A seminar at the recent Asian Logistics Maritime Conference (ALMC), held in Hong Kong, discussed the latest trends in maritime arbitration in the region.

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Qube expands into New Zealand market

Australian logistics and infrastructure company Qube Holdings has said it has finalised its acquisition of New Zealand stevedoring company ISO. A spokesperson...

Matson pushes into the South Pacific

Matson pushes into the South Pacific

Fijian media has reported that American shipping company Matson has bought assets off New Zealand-based shipping company Reef Shipping as part of...

Piracy downturn in Africa

Dryad Maritime has released its maritime crime figures for 2014, which revealed a marked decline in Somali and Nigerian piracy but an increase in crime...

Costa Concordia captain faces court

Italian prosecutors have asked a court to convict and sentence the captain of the ill-fated ‘Costa Concordia’ cruise liner to more than 26 years...

Stena to use ethanol fuel

Swedish ferry company Stena Line has started to convert a 1,500-passenger ferry to methanol propulsion, which will reduce emissions compared to using...

Skangass commissions new LNG bunker vessel to meet rising demand

Three new Chinese container ships for Asia-Europe trading line

LNG powered ships on the way for Crowley Maritime

Recovery for dry bulk market in 2015

Upgrade for Gdasnk Northern Port

New coal carrier for Mitsui O.S.K.

Port of Kiel growth despite trouble in Ukraine

ALMC: Latest trends in maritime arbitration

Maersk and Hamburg Süd led carrier reliability rankings

MOL seals long term shipping deal with Reliance

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Plenty Ships to build CoCo Yachts design

Plenty Ships to build CoCo Yachts design

Plenty Ships has signed a contract to build and supply a CoCo Yachts-designed Coastal Cruiser 300. The vessel will be 42.3 metres in length, 10.3 metres...

New destroyer for Chinese navy

Chinese government news agency Xinhua reported this month that a new guided missile destroyer has been commissioned to the People’s Liberation Army Navy...

HHIC to build second Korean Navy LC

Hanjin Heavy Industries (HHIC) has been selected by the Korean Navy to construct a second Dokdo-class amphibious assault ship.

Subsea processing in peril?

Much of the recent commentary concerning the decline in oil prices has focused on US onshore production, specifically whether the continued extraction...

Long-range patrol vessel one of nine for Royal Bahamas Defence Force

The first Damen Stan Patrol 3007 has arrived at Damen Shipyards Gorinchem in the Netherlands for outfitting.

A. K. Suda liftboat delivered

MPI acquires additional wind turbine vessel

Keppel Singmarine secures offshore vessel contracts

DP2 ECOBOX designs ordered

Will well intervention vessels supplant rigs?

Fugro receives final Damen FOCSV

Zhejiang launches Asia’s first LNG tug

Boskalis nabs offshore wind farm contract

Construction underway for Steamship Authority ferry

11 work boats to be built for Qatar port project

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New aquaculture leases granted for Australian state

The government of the Australian state of New South Wales has approved 50 hectares of aquaculture leases on the state’s south coast. Minister for Primary...

"Supertrawlers" to be banned from Australian waters

"Supertrawlers" to be banned from Australian waters

The Australian Government will move to ban "supertrawlers" from Australian waters, adopting the previous definition of a supertrawler as,...

Action taken against transgressing FCVs

New Zealand’s Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) has launched a crackdown on foreign charter vessels (FCVs) breaching the country’s fisheries...

NOAA issues Atlantic tuna management measures

NOAA Fisheries has announced regulations that aim to help protect Atlantic bluefin tuna by reducing dead discards and providing measures to help ensure...

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

A long-term development plan for fisheries in Somalia and Somaliland that will help stimulate economic growth is in the works.

Deep-sea fishing legislation met with mixed feelings

Fish farming improving East African nutrition

Russia to develop aquaculture near Arctic Circle

High seas jurisdiction confirmed in NZ fisher case

Zamakona delivers second tuna vessel

Ramoen orders stern trawler

First Federal mussel aquaculture project underway

Fishing vessels inspected in NZ

EU audit slams aquaculture subsidies

Malawi fishermen up in arms against law enforcers