DW: Subsea vessel demand to accelerate

DW: Subsea vessel demand to accelerate

Reel-laying vessel ‘Deep Blue’  Photo: BoH/Wikimedia In a new report, Douglas-Westwood (DW) anticipates subsea vessel demand will experience accelerated ...

BIMCO finds comfort in China’s growth figures

BIMCO finds comfort in China’s growth figures

Photo: Eustace Bagge/Wikimedia The change in growth pace, size and composition of China’s economy will affect the entire global shipping industry, said BIMCO. ...

Ferry Tales October

Ferry Tales October

Undercooked sulphur rules may increase emissions Older ferries cannot easily adopt the LNG technology of modern newbuildings such as Incat’s ‘Francisco’ Not ...

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BIMCO finds comfort in China’s growth figures

BIMCO finds comfort in China’s growth figures

Photo: Eustace Bagge/Wikimedia The change in growth pace, size and composition of China’s economy will affect the entire global shipping industry,...

Meyer Turku up and running

Meyer Turku up and running

As final approval from the German antitrust authorities arrived, Meyer Turku officially came into existence following its August acquisition.

HHI leads Korean shipbuilding orders

South Korea’s largest shipbuilders have posted their latest quarterly figures, with Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) coming out on top with an order...

Reefer vessel for Kurinoura

Japanese shipbuilder Kurinoura Dockyard has won a contract to build a reefer container vessel for fellow Japan-based vessel operator Toei Reefer Line....

INTERTANKO applauds IMO bunkering decision

Bunker barge ‘Asperity’ at North Ness                    ...

Construction begins on Crowley LNG Con-Ro ships

YWAM ship due to be replaced

LNG’s Baltic future discussed in Estonia

Dredging of Australian port complete

Australian state closer to marine estate reform

China and Vietnam discuss maritime disputes

LNG hybrid barge christened

Algeria orders LNGCs

Dalian Shipbuilding to build VLCCs

Suez Canal expansion contract awarded

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DW: Subsea vessel demand to accelerate

DW: Subsea vessel demand to accelerate

Reel-laying vessel ‘Deep Blue’  Photo: BoH/Wikimedia In a new report, Douglas-Westwood (DW) anticipates subsea vessel demand will experience...

JMU wins eco-ferry order

JMU wins eco-ferry order

Japan Marine United has won an order for the construction of two eco-ferries for operator MOL Ferry.

Zhejiang delivers tugs

3300AV-series tug 'KST Passion' Chinese work boat builder Zhejiang has delivered several tug newbuildings in October.

Willard Marine to provide demonstration craft to US Navy

Willard Marine (WMI) has been selected to supply a demonstration model of a new combatant craft for the United States Navy.

Zenhua wins turbine jack-up vessel order

Chinese shipbuilder Shanghai Zenhua (ZPMC) has won an order for the construction of a jack-up vessel specialising in the construction and installation...

More crewboats for Swissco

Triyards acquires Strategic assets

Lockheed Martin-led team launches LCS

South Boats launches first-of-class crew boat

Wuchang to build AHTSs for COSL

Kleven signs AHT order with Maersk

Crowley christens new Ocean-class tug

Uzmar delivers final tug to Australia

Seacontractors orders three Damen work boats

Rolls-Royce scores Island Offshore OSV package

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Zamakona delivers second tuna vessel

Zamakona delivers second tuna vessel

Spanish-headquartered shipbuilding group Zamakona Yards has recently delivered a second tuna freezer vessel to the Jadran Group.

Ramoen orders stern trawler

Ramoen orders stern trawler

Norwegian fishing company Ramoen has recently ordered a stern trawler newbuilding, to be built at Spanish shipyard Astilleros Armón.

First Federal mussel aquaculture project underway

The first shellfish aquaculture project permitted in federal waters off the East Coast of the United States is expected to begin operating next year....

Fishing vessels inspected in NZ

Two Korean-flagged foreign charter fishing vessels (FCFVs) were sent back to port to address non-compliance with marine protection rules during a joint...

EU audit slams aquaculture subsidies

A report published by the European Court of Auditors (ECA) has revealed that measures to support aquaculture in the period up to 2013 were not well...

Malawi fishermen up in arms against law enforcers

Danish herring fishery enters MSC reassessment

Fisheries improvement project developed for Greek fishery

New report links aquaculture and poverty reduction

NZ Government passes fishing vessel re-flagging bill

SETFIA slams proposed Tasmanian fishing vessel ban

EU-Morocco Fisheries Partnership Agreement to enter into force

NOAA opens shellfish research centre

Pingtan Marine announces fishing joint venture

Zamakona launches tuna vessel ‘Ljubica’