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The U.N.-backed government in Libya has not invited European ships into its territorial waters to help stop people smuggling because this could harm efforts to
Around 1,300 offshore support vessels lying idle worldwide.
Not everyone in shipping is bemoaning the industry's worst crisis in living memory: a cluster of
Thailand’s Mermaid Maritime said it has been awarded a number of subsea contracts in the Middle East with a total worth of $11million.
It has also reached
Ports and vessel operators challenge what they call “flawed pilotage fees”
A coalition of U.S. Great Lakes ports, vessel operating companies and maritime trade
Salvage divers from DonJon-Smit plan to begin an underwater survey of the hull of 833-foot U.S. cargo vessel Roger Blough, which ran aground Friday afternoon on
The U.S. Coast Guard is scheduled to discontinue 166 navigational aids within the Virginia Inside Passage (VIP) due to shoaling and other navigational safety concerns throughout the area.