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More crewboats for Swissco

More crewboats for Swissco

Cheoy Lee has delivered a second pair of monohull crewboats to Singapore-based operator Swissco Holdings.

YWAM ship due to be replaced

YWAM ship due to be replaced

The YWAM training and medical ship ‘Pacific Link’, is currently sailing from Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, to Townsville, Australia, toward its likely retireme...

UK mounts maritime response to Ebola crisis

UK mounts maritime response to Ebola crisis

The response of the international community to the Ebola crisis in West Africa continues to ratchet up, with London dispatching a maritime-based medical task force (...

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YWAM ship due to be replaced

YWAM ship due to be replaced

The YWAM training and medical ship ‘Pacific Link’, is currently sailing from Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, to Townsville, Australia, toward...

LNG’s Baltic future discussed in Estonia

LNG’s Baltic future discussed in Estonia

Tallinn's Old Harbour, Estonia The LNG in Baltic Seaports Project, an LNG industry group with a membership comprising eleven Baltic seaports from...

Dredging of Australian port complete

Dredging of a key Australian port has been completed in the state of Victoria.

Australian state closer to marine estate reform

The State Government of New South Wales has introduced the Marine Estate Management Bill 2014 to the NSW Parliament, which will enshrine reforms to...

China and Vietnam discuss maritime disputes

The nations of China and Vietnam have agreed to constructively cooperate to limit maritime incidents in the South China Sea, reported Chinese state...

LNG hybrid barge christened

Algeria orders LNGCs

Dalian Shipbuilding to build VLCCs

Suez Canal expansion contract awarded

Maritime union strikes Australian supply base

COSCO to build additional BigRoll boat

Hyundai wins LPG tanker order

Canadian govt invests in safe navigation

Qingdao to build Capesizes

Carnival and CSSC to grow Chinese cruise industry

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More crewboats for Swissco

More crewboats for Swissco

Cheoy Lee has delivered a second pair of monohull crewboats to Singapore-based operator Swissco Holdings.

Triyards acquires Strategic assets

Singapore’s Triyards Holdings has announced the completion of an acquisition of two shipyards from Australian work boat builder Strategic Marine. Announced...

Lockheed Martin-led team launches LCS

An industry team led by Lockheed Martin has recently launched the United States’ seventh littoral combat ship (LCS), the future ‘USS Detroit’....

South Boats launches first-of-class crew boat

South Boats IOW has launched its first-of-class South Cat 26m-series vessel, named ‘Seacat Intrepid’.

Wuchang to build AHTSs for COSL

CSIC subsidiary Wuchang Shipbuilding has won a tender for the construction of three 8,900kW anchor handlers for China Oilfield Services.

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

Austal delivers eighth WFSV

Swissco acquires four rigs

Keels for Russian OSVs laid in China

Nevsky lays Ro-Ro ferry keel

Rolls-Royce to power Spanish patrol vessels

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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

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

Fishermen in Malawi's Nkhata Bay District Local fishermen in Malawi are blaming the country’s Department of Fisheries for the declining fish stocks...

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’

US govt announces aquaculture plan