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RDM delivers the 'Kilimanjaro V'

RDM delivers the 'Kilimanjaro V'

Richardson Devine Marine (RDM) has recently delivered the catamaran ferry ‘Kilimanjaro V’.

Zycraft receives counter-piracy vessels

Zycraft receives counter-piracy vessels

Singapore-based Zycraft has taken delivery of composite vessels ‘Nimble Leopard’ and ‘Nimble Cheetah’.

FB Design's new multi-purpose military vessel

FB Design's new multi-purpose military vessel

FB Design has unveiled a new multi-purpose military vessel, which can reach up to 50 knots in speed.

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Profit for Hapag-Lloyd in the first quarter of 2015

Hapag-Lloyd generated a profit in the first three months of this year, and concluded the first quarter with a profit of US$139 million.

Bumi Armada's earnings up

Malaysia-based offshore oilfield services provider Bumi Armada has announced its financial results for the first quarter of 2015, which saw net profit...

VT Halter Marine begins construction on LNG-powered ConRo

  VT Halter Marine has begun construction on ‘Taíno’, the second of two LNG-powered, combination container, roll-on/rolloff (ConRo) ships for...

Plans to lease the Port of Melbourne for 50 years

The Victorian State Government in Australia has released plans of proposed legislation that would lease the Port of Melbourne for 50 years in order...

Panama Canal's golden age is over

The chief of the Panama Canal Authority, Jorge Quijano, has said that the amount of shipping containers sailing through the Panama Canal is unlikely to...

Keel laying ceremony for nuclear-powered icebreaker in Russia

Hyundai Heavy Industries launches Korea's second minelayer

Yang Ming launches new container vessel, the 'YM Express'

Who is best placed to rescue displaced refugees?

Oil tanker bombed off the coast of Libya

COSCO delivers bulk carrier

Bahri to build five VLCCs

Australian Government full steam ahead on coastal shipping reform

38,800DWT bulk carrier delivered by Chengxi Shipyard

Jiangnan Shipyard finishes first LNG ship built in China

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Aurora Yachts delivers working catamaran

Aurora Yachts delivers working catamaran

Aurora Yachts has delivered a workboat designed for fish farming and aquaculture.

Zycraft receives counter-piracy vessels

Zycraft receives counter-piracy vessels

Singapore-based Zycraft has taken delivery of composite vessels ‘Nimble Leopard’ and ‘Nimble Cheetah’.

Sefine Shipyard delivers the 'Gaso Viking'

  Turkey’s Sefine Shipyard has handed over the 3,000-cubic metre live fish carrier ‘Gaso Viking’ to a Norwegian owner.

Kvichak delivers Bristol Bay gillnetter

Seattle-based Kvichak Marine Industries has delivered the first of three new Bristol Bay gillnetter boats for use off the coast of Alaska.

RDM delivers the 'Kilimanjaro V'

Richardson Devine Marine (RDM) has recently delivered the catamaran ferry ‘Kilimanjaro V’.

Hyundai Heavy Industries delivers the 'Ocean BlackLion'

Groen Offshore to customise Damen twin axe

Intervention vessel 'Sheila Bordelon' delivered

Deltamarin's PCTC 'Hoegh Target' soon to be delivered

Refit and maintenance of torpedo ship 'Mercuur'

Rhode Island Fast Ferry awarded 20-year wind crew transfer contract

Four new Voith water tractors for the Port of Alexandria

'Marilyn M' sets out

US Senators push for more icebreakers

Austal launches joint high-speed vessel

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Fisheries and Aquaculture

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Value of Scottish catch reaches record high

The value of fish landings in Scotland is at a record high having increased by 19 per cent to £513 million (US$788 million) in 2014, according to the...

New aquaculture zone policy proposed for South Australia

Public feedback is being sought on a new aquaculture zone policy proposed for Franklin Harbor on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia.

Strict new conditions imposed in Australia's Small Pelagic Fishery

Mid-water trawlers in Australia’s Small Pelagic Fishery, including the ‘Geelong Star’, will only be allowed to fish during daytime hours as...

New ice plant for Somaliland fisheries sector

It is hoped the recent delivery of a new ice plant to Somaliland will provide a major boost for local fisheries by ensuring that catches are landed in...

Pacific Coast Sardine Fishery closed

  The Pacific Fishery Management Council has voted to close the Pacific Coast Sardine Fishery until 2016 after they said they received scientific...

CFA disputes Wilkie's take on the 'Geelong Star'

Australian scientists grow marine worms in wastewater

Gael Force lands Scottish Salmon contract

Questions raised about "dolphin safe" labelling

Calls for mandatory labelling of imported seafood in Australia

Government buyout of commercial fishermen questioned

Study to conserve genetic resources of tilapia

White House sets its sights on illegal fishers

Australian border protection officers board illegal fishing vessel

US Coast Guard disrupts illegal Mexican fishermen off Texas