A second passenger handling facility will be built at Germany’s Port of Kiel to help its Ostseekai cruise shipping terminal cater for larger ships.
- Published in Port World
When then Prime Minister Paul Keating visited Vietnam in 1994 – a year before Vietnam normalised relations with the US and joined ASEAN – he came home convinced that this Southeast Asian nation would gain strategic weight.
The other day I was watching some videos on YouTube and an interesting clip appeared in my “recommended viewing” queue.
A few years ago NASA decided to take another look at one of their projects from the “Golden Age” of space, a compact nuclear reactor for use on extended space missions where batteries and solar panels wouldn’t be viable.
France’s Directorate General of Armament (DGA) has authorised iXblue H2X, Cegelec Defense and Naval Southeast to build five follow-on, multi-mission barges for the French Navy.
Norway’s Directorate of Fisheries has granted 7.68 development licences (totalling 5,990 tonnes MAB) for the development of Arctic offshore farming by Norway Royal Salmon (NRS), Aker and Aker Solutions.
The US Coast Guard has apprehended three suspected drug smugglers and seized 900 kilograms of cocaine following an at-sea interdiction in the Caribbean Sea south of Puerto Rico.
Subsea 7 has been awarded a contract by BP Exploration for the provision of subsea inspection, maintenance and repair services on the Azeri-Chirag-Gunashli and Shah Deniz fields, offshore Azerbaijan.
Cable specialist Nexans has extended its contract with NSG Wind and Maritime Logistics Service (MLS) to deliver and coordinate four guard vessels to the NordLink interconnector.
San Diego-based Pacific Tugboat Service (PTS) has completed its refit of the former push tug American River.
The remains of three missing crew members have been found on board Maersk Honam, which was hit by a major fire on March 6.
Disney Cruise Line says its three new LNG-powered vessels will be inspired by the golden age of ocean cruising from the 1920s and 1930s.