Australia settles six years after Barrier Reef accident
Australia on Monday reached a A$39.3 million ($29.66 million) out-of-court settlement with the owners of a Chinese coal carrier that ran aground in 2010 on the Great Barrier Reef.
Moody's Threatens Downgrade of Maersk
Denmark-based shipping and oil company A.P. Møller-Mærsk A/S (Maersk)'s decision to split the group into two parts now get…
Polaris: World´s First LNG-Powered Icebreaker Delivered
Arctech Helsinki Shipyard delivered the most powerful newcomer in the Finnish Icebreaker fleet, icebreaker Polaris, to the…
Woolly Hat Campaign for Mission to Seafarers
Following last year’s successful Woolly Hat Day, The Campaign for Wool is once again urging those up and down the country…
IMCA to Hold Maritime Security Seminar
The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) is hosting a Security Seminar in London on Thursday, November 10, which will focus on human factors in modern maritime security.
Danish Business Minister to Meet with Shipping Leaders
With his participation in the Danish Maritime Forum on October 26 the Danish Minister for Business and Growth will highlight…
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Toll to Build Two New Ships
Toll Group announced it is investing $170 million to build two new ships to support trade between Victoria and Tasmania and to meet the demands of
Capsized Migrant Boat: Egypt Arrests Crew Members
Egyptian authorities have arrested four crew members of a boat carrying almost 600 migrants which capsized off Egypt's coast, killing at least 43
Sirius Orders Two Oil/Chemical Tankers
Sirius Shipping AB has ordered two oil/chemical tankers with the latest technology and in compliance with future rules and regulations
Damen to Launch Composite Water Bus
Damen said it is set to launch its first composite Water Bus as the prototype undergoes sea trials in the next few weeks.