• FISHING/AQUACULTURE WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Wan Qu Hengzhou Hao – China’s newest deep-sea pen with capacity for 200,000 fish

    VESSEL REVIEW | Wan Qu Hengzhou Hao – China’s newest deep-sea pen with capacity for 200,000 fish

  • FISHING/AQUACULTURE WEEK
    REMINISCENCES | Two sharks: one real, one fake

    REMINISCENCES | Two sharks: one real, one fake

  • FISHING/AQUACULTURE WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Danny Finn – French-owned stern trawler built for sailings off southwestern Ireland

    VESSEL REVIEW | Danny Finn – French-owned stern trawler built for sailings off southwestern Ireland

  • MEPS WEEK
    VESSEL REFIT | Haiyang Shiyou 229 – Chinese-built 235m deck cargo barge to support oil and gas construction projects

    VESSEL REFIT | Haiyang Shiyou 229 – Chinese-built 235m deck cargo barge to support oil and gas construction projects

  • FISHING/AQUACULTURE WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Georgiy Meshcheryakov – Russia’s Okeanrybflot takes delivery of Pacific squid trawler

    VESSEL REVIEW | Georgiy Meshcheryakov – Russia’s Okeanrybflot takes delivery of Pacific squid trawler

  • VESSEL REVIEW | Wan Qu Hengzhou Hao – China’s newest deep-sea pen with capacity for 200,000 fish
  • REMINISCENCES | Two sharks: one real, one fake
  • VESSEL REVIEW | Danny Finn – French-owned stern trawler built for sailings off southwestern Ireland
  • VESSEL REFIT | Haiyang Shiyou 229 – Chinese-built 235m deck cargo barge to support oil and gas construction projects
  • VESSEL REVIEW | Georgiy Meshcheryakov – Russia’s Okeanrybflot takes delivery of Pacific squid trawler
FISHING/AQUACULTURE WEEK
REMINISCENCES | Two sharks: one real, one fake

REMINISCENCES | Two sharks: one real, one fake

By Bob Iversen

This story has two sharks involved, a real one, an oceanic whitetip (Carcharinus longimanus), sometimes called the shipwreck shark, and which are quite large, and something else masquerading as a shark. Initially there were four participants: me, fellow biologist Eugene Leroy Nakamura, a school of about a hundred aku ..

FISHING/AQUACULTURE WEEK
OPINION | How solid is the science behind CITES anyway?

OPINION | How solid is the science behind CITES anyway?

By Godfrey Harris

Animal rights groups, with their allies in the Western environmental bureaucracies and their friends in related UN agencies, have long promoted the myth that whatever CITES decides and does is rooted in science. By invoking the common belief that “following the science” is an action worthy of being preserved in stone, ..

OPINION | Lessons from Ukraine war for Indo-Pacific navies

OPINION | Lessons from Ukraine war for Indo-Pacific navies

By Malcolm Davis

The war in Ukraine looks set to become protracted. Russia’s expected rapid victory has failed to materialise and the conflict is now well into a second phase of a Donbas campaign that is likely to last weeks if not longer. One of the most dramatic moments of the conflict so far has been the sinking of the Russian Black ..

COLUMN | Singapore spin hits Cayman secrecy? Temasek, Keppel, Baluran and Kyanite’s US$2.9 billion drilling rig deal is very hard to follow [Offshore Accounts]

COLUMN | Singapore spin hits Cayman secrecy? Temasek, Keppel, Baluran and Kyanite’s US$2.9 billion drilling rig deal is very hard to follow [Offshore Accounts]

By Hieronymus Bosch

It’s the biggest offshore rig deal of 2022, and it is the most confusing by far. The complexities of the deal scream out why more transparency is needed in corporate disclosure in Singapore, and in the Caribbean tax havens, which we discussed here. Neither investors nor I should have to dig through footnotes, corporate ..

FISHING/AQUACULTURE WEEK
Focus on Fishing and Aquaculture

Focus on Fishing and Aquaculture

By Baird Maritime

The global fishing and aquaculture industries continue to benefit from new developments, particularly in the areas of vessel design and construction. For this month’s focus on those two key industries, Baird Maritime presents a selection of noteworthy vessels, serving different roles for different owners and featuring ..

MEPS WEEK
Focus on Marine Engines and Propulsion Systems

Focus on Marine Engines and Propulsion Systems

By Baird Maritime

Regular readers of Baird Maritime will be quick to notice that the news stories, feature articles, and vessel reviews posted on our site regularly mention ongoing developments with regards to marine engines and propulsion as well as related equipment such as gearboxes and active stabilisers. One notable trend is growing ..

Focus on Fishing and Aquaculture

Focus on Fishing and Aquaculture

The global fishing and aquaculture industries continue to benefit from new developments, particularly in the areas of vessel design and construction. For this month’ ..