The CMA CGM Group has announced that the CMA CGM KERGUELEN, the group’s largest vessel, crossed the Suez Canal for the first time on May 2, 2015. On this occasion,
The United States Treasury Department has authorized passenger ferry services to Cuba for the first time in more than a half-century, in a major step in improving relations between the two countries.
Royal Dutch Shell's quest to return to Arctic drilling for the first time in three years could face delays after Seattle ruled that the city's port must apply for a permit before hosting rigs.
Ulstein introduces the HX103 and HX104 designs, DP3 vessels with heavy-lift capability and large outreach combined with a large open deck space and accommodation for 350 and 500 people.
Austal Limited announced it has delivered Cape Leveque, the sixth of eight Cape Class Patrol Boats being supplied to the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service under a $330 million design,
Protacon, a company based in Jyväskylä, Finland, informs it has received an order from Swedish
Maersk Line said on Wednesday it had provided a letter of undertaking in relation to uncollected
Iran said on Wednesday a legal settlement could be reached soon over its seizure of the Marshall-Islands
The first two-deck boat ever built by Blyth Workcats has recently been delivered to a customer in Belgium.
Drydocks World and Maritime World marked a milestone at the steel cutting ceremony for the
Libya has persuaded a foreign shipper to send a tanker to the eastern port of Derna for the
German police arrested three men on Wednesday suspected of belonging to an organised criminal
The U.S. Navy has stopped accompanying commercial ships through the Strait of Hormuz, a mission
Transocean Ltd., one of the world's top offshore drilling companies, reported a first-quarter
Hamburg-based Becker Marine Systems will present its 1,000th Becker Mewis Duct in Oslo at Nor-Shipping 2015.
Shell has declared force majeure on exports of Nigeria's Forcados crude oil stream, a spokesman
A settlement between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Navy will help reduce
Polar Code environmental provisions set for adoption at IMO’s Marine Environment Protection