Crowley Alaska Tankers has completed the acquisition of three tankers from SeaRiver Maritime, and is chartering them back under multi-year terms.
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The world’s first polar-class dual-fuel oil and chemical tanker Mia Desgagnés has been christened and launched at Besiktas shipyard in Turkey.
Peel Ports Group and ASV Global (ASV) have joined forces to develop the use of autonomous vessel technology for UK port operations.
The environmentally-friendly trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) Bonny River has been launched at Royal IHC’s partner yard COSCO Guangdong Shipyard in China.
Responses to questions asked by Australian Alliance Senator Rex Patrick show that the Australian Antarctic Division’s replacement icebreaker project is eight months behind schedule after just over two years.
A document released to Australian Senator Rex Patrick under freedom of information laws shows the Federal Government paid AU$870 million (US$680 million) above the price offered by German shipbuilder Lürssen to build 12 offshore patrol vessels (OPVs) for the Royal Australian Navy.
Russia’s port of Ust-Luga has unveiled plans to reconstruct its Yug-2 multi-purpose terminal to increase its annual capacity to 20 million tonnes by 2020.
The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) will begin restoring the 1912 tug Delaware in the northern winter.
Turkish tug builder and operator Med Marine has delivered the 23rd tug to its harbour fleet at İzmit Bay Province.