Thursday, October 12, 2000 Maritime News

Vosper Thornycroft To Move Shipbuilding Work

Oct 12, 2000

Vosper Thornycroft Holdings Plc hopes to move its shipbuilding operations to Portsmouth from Southampton, including its work on the Royal Navy's new destroyer.

Better Late Than Never?

Oct 12, 2000

In what has become the norm rather than the exception, another cruise ship will be delivered late, forcing the shipowner to cancel valuable inaugural cruises. After

World LNG Trade To Grow Steadily

Oct 12, 2000

World trade in Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) will grow at an annual rate of seven to eight percent over the next 10 years, a senior BP Amoco Plc executive said last week.

Four Dead After U.S. Navy Ship Hit With Explosives

Oct 12, 2000

An explosives-laden rubber raft rammed a U.S. guided missile destroyer and exploded in the Yemeni port of Aden on Thursday, killing four U.S. sailors and injuring 36, five seriously, Reuters reported.

 

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