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Van Oord lands development projects

Van Oord lands development projects

Van Oord has recently won orders for two development projects in Brazil and the Bahamas, respectively.

Refurbished Seajacks vessels leave Amsterdam

Refurbished Seajacks vessels leave Amsterdam

‘Seajacks Leviathan’ and ‘Seajacks Kraken’ have recently prepared for upcoming assignments following a series of repair and renewal jobs by Shipdock Amsterda...

PSV ‘Ocean Star’ named

PSV ‘Ocean Star’ named

More than 100,000 people witnessed the naming ceremony for Atlantic Offshore’s newest delivery, the PSV ‘Ocean Star’, during the Tall Ships Races event in Berg...

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DSME wins VLCC order

DSME wins VLCC order

Greek shipping company Maran Tankers Management has reached an agreement with Daewoo Shipbuilding for the construction of four very large crude carriers...

Hyundai dips into the red

Hyundai dips into the red

Hyundai's fortunes have taken a turn for the worse, with the shipbuilding giant posting a quarterly loss of 1.1 trillion Won (US$1.08 billion) in...

Half yearly losses for Scorpio

Scorpio has announced small losses in its latest quarterly and half yearly results, with the company experiencing a net loss of US$15.0 million in...

NewLead acquires new vessel, to re-list on NASDAQ

The sistership 'NewLead Albion' in May 2014 NewLead Holdings has announced the delivery of the ‘Newlead Venetico’, a 2012-built dry-bulk eco-type...

ABS to class world’s first CNG ship

Classification society ABS has been selected to class the world’s first compressed natural gas (CNG) carrier ordered by Pelayaran Bahtera Adhiguna,...

Fincantieri to build new Princess cruise ship

Chinese shipyards gain marketshare

Global shipping to recover by 2017?

IMB reports tanker hijacks in SE Asian waters

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DSME to build nine ice-breaking LNGCs

WSJ: Body of ‘Sewol’ owner found dead

Fortescue unveils VLOC newbuilding plans

Scorpio secures vessel financing

Cosco secures contracts, delivers livestock carrier

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Refurbished Seajacks vessels leave Amsterdam

Refurbished Seajacks vessels leave Amsterdam

‘Seajacks Leviathan’ and ‘Seajacks Kraken’ have recently prepared for upcoming assignments following a series of repair and renewal jobs by...

PSV ‘Ocean Star’ named

PSV ‘Ocean Star’ named

More than 100,000 people witnessed the naming ceremony for Atlantic Offshore’s newest delivery, the PSV ‘Ocean Star’, during the Tall Ships...

Sinopacific pens OSV order

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Indonesian ferry sinks

A ferry has sunk in Indonesia, with 12 casualties reported and a further six still missing. The incident occurred on the Kapuas River on Wednesday. Indonesia's...

Gondan to build two patrol boats

Gondan Shipyard has recently signed a contract with the Guardia Civil of Spain for the building of two patrol boats.

Van Oord lands development projects

Saipem awarded drilling contracts worth $850m

‘Costa Concordia’ arrives in Genoa

Crowley christens Ocean-class tug

Swissco acquires Scott and English

Bollinger wins six more USCG cutters

Weather contributed to fatal Canadian tug accident

Australian maritime union plans ten-day strike

Sea Shepherd fined for oil spill

Russian shipyard lays down three subs

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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