Willard Marine riverine boats to Nepalese Army

Willard Marine riverine boats to Nepalese Army

Willard Marine has been awarded a contract to supply the Nepal Army with two newly designed aluminium riverine boats.

Bisso Towboat recieves new ship-assist tug

Bisso Towboat recieves new ship-assist tug

Bisso Towboat has announced the delivery of a new ship-assist tug, the 3,350kW ASD tractor tug ‘Becky S’.

Tug launched for Vane Brothers

Tug launched for Vane Brothers

Chesapeake Shipbuilding has announced that it has launched another tug for Vane Brothers.

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New tanker for Concordia Maritime

New tanker for Concordia Maritime

Concordia Maritime’s first chemical and product tanker based on the IMOIIMAX concept, the ‘Stena Image’, was named at the Chinese shipyard GSI...

Patrick and ACFS establish joint venture

Australia's Asciano has announced that its logistics arm, Patrick Port Logistics, has agreed to form a new joint venture with ACFS Port Logistics (ACFS)....

Harper Review recommends cutting red tape

The Harper Competition Review Panel, which is undertaking a review of Australia’s competition laws and policy, has said that reform of regulation in...

Container ship freight rates fall on declining Chinese exports

Since February, freight rates on the three key container shipping lanes have left the erratic up and down movements behind only to slide week after week....

Bitter dispute no more

An about three-and-half-year industrial dispute between the Maritime Union of New Zealand (MUNZ) and Ports of Auckland has been formally resolved.

New berth opened at Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

MNZ advances review

CentrePort targets 8,000TEU vessels

LNGC 'Grand Elena' embarks on hundredth voyage from Prigorodnoye

Vessel runs aground in St. Lawrence Seaway

NASSCO starts construction on ECO tanker

Russian trawler sinks in Sea of Okhotsk

Carnival to add nine cruise ships to its fleet

World's largest containership calls at Slavyanka

Tanker free after grounding off Texas

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Penguin and Wärtsilä reach out-of-court settlement

Penguin International and Wärtsilä Ship Design Norway have reached an out-of-court settlement for a claim filed in 2010.

Rolls-Royce propulsion system for research vessel

Rolls-Royce propulsion system for research vessel

Rolls-Royce has signed a contract with ship builder Fincantieri to supply a fully integrated propulsion system for Norway’s new polar research vessel,...

Alnmaritec to build new boat for Offshore Shellfish

Alnmaritec has announced a contract with Offshore Shellfish to build a shellfish farming boat for a new project in the United Kingdom.

All American Marine delivers passenger catamaran

All American Marine (AAM) has delivered a new passenger ferry for Seattle, the ‘Sally Fox’, to King County’s Marine Division.

Strategic to build high-spped aluminium craft

A high-speed aluminium craft project has been awarded to Strategic Marine and will be delivered to its client in four years.

Svitzer ready to serve Gorgon LNG

Sanfu Shipbuilding hands over tug to Singapore

New oilfield services vessel to Petrofac

Nam Cheong secures US$58m contract for two vessels

Tuco Marine developing carbon air supported vessel technology

VT Halter Marine launches ATB tug for Bouchard Transportation

Bisso Towboat recieves new ship-assist tug

Anchor handling tug 'Swissco Garnet' delivered

300-tonne bollard pull 'ALP Centre' delivered

Neptune launches the 'Zealous'

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Questions raised about "dolphin safe" labelling

A new paper published in Marine Mammal Science by NOAA’s Jay Barlow of the Marine Mammal and Turtle Division, Southwest Fisheries Science Centre indicates...

Calls for mandatory labelling of imported seafood in Australia

A recent Australian Senate enquiry has recommended that country of origin labelling for cooked seafood be introduced.

Government buyout of commercial fishermen questioned

Australia's South East Trawl Fishing Industry Association (SETFIA) has questioned whether a government ban on fishing in the Great Barrier Reef was...

Study to conserve genetic resources of tilapia

With world fish stocks dwindling tilapia farming is a global success story, with production tripling in the past two decades.

White House sets its sights on illegal fishers

The White House’s Presidential Task Force on illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing and seafood fraud, co-chaired by the Departments of Commerce...

Australian border protection officers board illegal fishing vessel

US Coast Guard disrupts illegal Mexican fishermen off Texas

New aquaculture leases granted for Australian state

"Supertrawlers" to be banned from Australian waters

Action taken against transgressing FCVs

NOAA issues Atlantic tuna management measures

Long-term development plan for fisheries in the Horn of Africa

Deep-sea fishing legislation met with mixed feelings

Fish farming improving East African nutrition

Russia to develop aquaculture near Arctic Circle