Refloated 'Costa Concordia' departs for Genoa

Refloated 'Costa Concordia' departs for Genoa

Crowley Maritime subsidiary TITAN Salvage, along with partner Micoperi, have confirmed that the ‘Costa Concordia’ cruise ship has been refloated and has begun it...

In the wake of ECAs, old ferries find new roles

In the wake of ECAs, old ferries find new roles

‘Silja Europa’ In a surprise deal, Baltic ferry operator Tallink has chartered its largest cruise ferry, the ‘Silja Europa’, to Bridgmans Services as an ...

Ferry Tales July

Ferry Tales July

‘Cacilhas’ slammed into a breakwater off Macau’s main ferry terminal What is going on in Hong Kong? More than 70 people were injured when a Turbojet Hong Kon...


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WSJ: Body of ‘Sewol’ owner found dead

The body of Yoo Byung-eun, the head of the family in charge of the doomed South Korean ferry ‘Sewol’, was found this week in a plum orchard, reports...

Fortescue unveils VLOC newbuilding plans

Fortescue unveils VLOC newbuilding plans

A bulk carrier berthed in Port Hedland, Western Australia Fortescue has entered into arrangements for the construction of four efficient very large...

Scorpio secures vessel financing

Scorpio Bulkers has received a commitment from two European financial institutions for a loan facility of up to US$540 million.

Cosco secures contracts, delivers livestock carrier

Cosco has announced approximately US$300 million worth of shipbuilding contracts at three of the company’s subsidiary shipyards.

Global shipbuilding takes ten per cent hit

The global shipbuilding industry is estimated to take a ten per cent year-on-year decline in newbuilding tonnage, a new report estimates.

Evergreen container vessel named

MOL delivers coal carrier to Tohoku Electric Power

First gates moved to new locks for Panama Canal expansion

Algoma christens vessel in the Great Lakes

Portsmouth aims to become first UK LNG bunkering hub

Fayard takes over Scandline vessel completions

Canada: Vessel in Prince Rupert's outer harbour refloated after grounding

EU-US negotiate maritime trade issues

Port of LA container volumes increase nearly 14 per cent

New reefer pair for Seatrade

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Refloated 'Costa Concordia' departs for Genoa

Refloated 'Costa Concordia' departs for Genoa

Crowley Maritime subsidiary TITAN Salvage, along with partner Micoperi, have confirmed that the ‘Costa Concordia’ cruise ship has been refloated...

Thoma-Sea launches ‘Fugro Americas’

Thoma-Sea launches ‘Fugro Americas’

Thoma-Sea has announced the launch of the ‘Fugro Americas’, a 58.8-metre offshore geotechnical and hydrographic survey vessel for Fugro’s North...

Ares to build patrol boats for Qatar Coastguard

Ares Shipyard has announced a design and build contract for seventeen composite patrol boats for the Qatar Coastguard.

Eastern signs MPFSV order with Harvey Gulf

Eastern Shipbuilding has announced a contract to construct a new Multi-Purpose Field Support Vessel (MPFSV) for Harvey Gulf International.

Barge sinks in Batam

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has issued notice of a report that a Singapore-registered barge, ‘Posh Mogami’, has sunk two...

Western Marine lands tug order, readies IPO

Vroon introduces subsea newbuildings

Ezra and EMAS consolidate, create large OSV operator

ER Workboats announces fireboat delivery

SWZ installs “power socket at sea”

USCG aids grounded casino boat

E.R. Offshore orders Vard PSV

Swire names second L-class vessel

Fourth Saryu-class OPV handed over to Indian Navy

New ship-handling tug for SMIT-Rebras

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SETFIA slams proposed Tasmanian fishing vessel ban

SETFIA slams proposed Tasmanian fishing vessel ban

Australia’s South East Trawl Fishing Industry Association (SETFIA) has rejected a motion under consideration by the Local Government Association...

EU-Morocco Fisheries Partnership Agreement to enter into force

The European Commission has welcomed Morocco’s ratification of a Fisheries Protocol which is set to open the door for European vessels to go back fishing...

NOAA opens shellfish research centre

The United States National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has announced the opening of the Kenneth K. Chew Center for Shellfish Research...

Pingtan Marine announces fishing joint venture

Pingtan Marine Enterprise has announced the finalisation of a joint venture with China Co-op (Hainan) Industry Development.

Zamakona launches tuna vessel ‘Ljubica’

Spanish shipbuilder Zamakona has recently launched the tuna freezer vessel ‘Ljubica’, the company announced in a blog post.

US govt announces aquaculture plan

Aquaculture booming in South Australia

Portugal bans trawling

Pingtan orders 25 fishing vessels

FAO report shows growth of aquaculture [INFOGRAPHIC]

Marketex to build “world’s biggest fish feeding barge”

Positive results for US fisheries sector

Malawi loses millions in unsustainable fisheries

Mahachai Dockyard building trawlers

Russia stimulates regional aquaculture development