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New EU policy for the Arctic adopted

New EU policy for the Arctic adopted

The High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and the European Commission have adopted a policy proposal that will guide the actions of the Europea...

First US-Cuba cruise ship in 50 years

First US-Cuba cruise ship in 50 years

Carnival Corporation’s cruise ship ‘Adonia’ sailed into Havana on May 2, completing the first leg of its inaugural voyage to Cuba from Miami. Its arrival ma...

Offshore wind service vessel launched

Offshore wind service vessel launched

The first of two service operation vessels for the offshore wind industry being constructed for Bernhard Schulte Offshore has been launched in Norway. Once deliver...

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Costa Concordia captain’s appeal begins

The captain of the Costa Concordia cruise liner, which capsized in 2012 killing 32 people, has begun an appeals trial in Italy. Francesco Schettino was...

Sembcorp profits halve in first quarter

The quarterly profits for Singapore shipbuilder Sembcorp Marine have halved due to deferred projects from customers as the oil industry continues to struggle....

DHT Tankers sells its last Suezmax

DHT Tankers has agreed to sell the Suezmax crude carrier ‘Target’ for US$22.5 million. The ‘Target’, a 164,626DWT, 274-metre long carrier built...

MOL receives LNG carrier ‘Kumul’

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) received the LNG carrier ‘Kumul’ at Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding in Shanghai on April 29. The ‘Kumul’ was...

First US-Cuba cruise ship in 50 years

Carnival Corporation’s cruise ship ‘Adonia’ sailed into Havana on May 2, completing the first leg of its inaugural voyage to Cuba from Miami....

NTSB locates sunken cargo ship’s voyage data recorder

Seized ‘Panagia Tinou’ listing in port

Violent attacks worsen in seas off West Africa - IMB

Oregon University calls for shipbuilding interest

South Korean Government to step in on shipping industry

Wreck removal of ‘Flinterstar’ given go-ahead off Belgian Coast

‘Theben’ joins growing fleet of HERO vessels

AET signs agreement to acquire Paramount Tankers

‘Magnolia State’ christened in San Diego

Hurtigruten to build up to four new cruise ships

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Keppel stop work on Sete Brazil drilling rigs

Singaporean shipbuilder Keppel has announced it has ceased work on six semisubmersible drilling rigs that were being built for Sete Brasil. Keppel has...

Cantiere Navale Vittoria delivers fast supply vessel ‘Blue Brother’

Cantiere Navale Vittoria delivers fast supply vessel ‘Blue Brother’

The fast supply vessel ‘Blue Brother’s’ has been completed by Cantiere Navale Vittoria of Adria, Italy and is now set to join the fleet of Bambini,...

Lockheed and DSME to build multi-mission combat ships

Lockheed Martin and Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) have signed a teaming agreement to partner on the multi-mission combat ship (MCS),...

Offshore wind service vessel launched

The first of two service operation vessels for the offshore wind industry being constructed for Bernhard Schulte Offshore has been launched in Norway....

US aircraft denied permission to dock in Hong Kong

China has denied a US aircraft carrier to visit a Hong Kong port following a patrol of the South China Sea. The ‘USS John C Stennis’ had tried to...

Van Oord selected for German windfarm project

Edda cancels order at HHI due to delays

Tank barge for Harley Marine Gulf delivered

Astinave EP to build offshore crewboat

New offshore vessel for Østensjø Rederi

Australian submarine program awarded

Passenger ship sewage discharges into the Baltic Sea banned

NERC “name our vessel” poll closes

New EPA boat boosts frontline defence

Milaha takes delivery of biggest lift boat in Qatar

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EU pledges to improve Mediterranean fish stocks

The European Union has highlighted its concern surrounding the decline of Mediterranean fisheries, prompting the planning of a new strategy for the area....

Number of overfished stocks remains near all-time low in USA

Number of overfished stocks remains near all-time low in USA

The number of local fish stocks listed as overfished or subject to overfishing remain near all-time lows, according to the 2015 Status of US Fisheries...

Fishing sector calls for equal treatment

The UK Oil and Gas Authority has released seismic data for the Rockall Trough and mid-North Sea High areas acquired during a survey carried out last year,...

USA prohibit new forage fisheries

The United State’s National Marine Fisheries Service has prohibited the development of new commercial fisheries for forage, or bait, species in all...

Norwegian offshore aquaculture project gets green light

The Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Fisheries has approved Ocean Farming’s project to build what the company is calling the world’s first automated,...

Vietnamese fishing vessels apprehended in Australian waters

Pirate fishing groups caught as net tightens

Kleven to build trawler for Spanish ship-owner

Arkhangelsk Trawl Fleet to add four new trawlers

Fisherman fatality proves need for action: TSB

LNG fish food carrier under build

Fishing vessel conversion completed

Australian fishing ban fails to boost fishing population

Vard secures $40 million contract

Seafood industry crackdown in Thailand