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Rescuers Struggle to Reach Burning Ferry in heavy Seas

Passengers aboard a car ferry that caught fire off the coast of Greece early on Sunday pleaded for help as rescue vessels struggled to approach the burning vessel in high winds and rough seas.

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Storm Shuts Dardanelles Strait to Tankers

Turkey shut its Dardanelles Strait to tankers and its flag carrier cancelled some domestic

Asia-Europe Box Rates Fall 6.6 pct

Shipping freight rates for transporting containers from ports in Asia to Northern Europe fell by 6.

EMGS in Brazil Data Sale

Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS) has entered into a data licensing agreement with

Workboats

Glycerin Powers into the Propulsion Picture

Maine Maritime Academy Receives a $1.4 Million U.S. DOT Research Grant to Develop a Marine

FMT Embraces Electronic Records Management

After Testing Records Technology Waters, Tug and Barge Company Jumps In. Shortly after Florida

New Generation SSAV Delivered to PACC Offshore

POSH Xanadu, the first of a new generation of DP3 Semisubmersible Accommodation Vessels (SSAV)

Maritime Security

Libya's Oil Output Wanes as Fighting Shuts Ports

Hariga fields still producing but Libya's current output a fraction of pre-2011 levels. Libya

USCG Search for Man Overboard

The Coast Guard is searching for the master of a freight ship reported overboard approximately

IMB Concerned About Compensating Pirates

The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has joined other maritime organisations in expressing

People & Company News

Asia-Europe Box Rates Fall 6.6 pct

Shipping freight rates for transporting containers from ports in Asia to Northern Europe fell by 6.

Oil at $60 per Barrel, Libya Fire Supports

Brent on track for biggest annual drop since 2008; stimulus measures from Japan, China lend some support.

Libya's Oil Output Wanes as Fighting Shuts Ports

Hariga fields still producing but Libya's current output a fraction of pre-2011 levels. Libya

Legal

Thieves Fry Kenya's Power Grid to Cook Fast Food

(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The morning scene is increasingly routine for Kenyans. When

Russia to Supply Coal, Electricity to Ukraine

Russia has agreed on a new deal to supply coal and electricity to Ukraine, which is struggling

Panama Economic Activity Picks Up in October

Panama's economic growth accelerated in October from a year ago, the government said on Friday.

Marine Propulsion

ARC Towage Takes Delivery of 4 Damen Tugs

ARC Towage of Trinidad & Tobago has taken delivery of the last of a series of four Damen ASD 2810 Tugs.

Wärtsilä Donates Ship Engine to S. Africa

An important initiative by Wärtsilä to support and stimulate the maritime economy in South

WESMAR Bow Thruster Integrate Safety

“The WESMAR thruster works really well. It turns the boat on a dime,” says Wylie Sacks of Pembroke Pines,

 
 
 
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