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.
Danish Maritime Authority Use Drones for Inspection
The Danish Maritime Authority now has its first certified drone pilot and will, in the future, use the drone as a supplement…
New Danelec ECDIS Includes UK AIO Service
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) ADMIRALTY Information Overlay (AIO) is now available on Danelec Marine DM800 G2 Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS).
Navtor Takes Lead for Autonomous Ship Project
NAVTOR will spend the next three years helping the EU chart a route towards autonomous vessels, as it was selected to represent…
China, Russia Begin South China Sea Drills
China and Russia began week-long joint naval exercises in the South China Sea today. It is the first-ever South China Sea…
IMO Attends Key UN Migrant Summit
International Maritime Organization (IMO) is at the high-level UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants being held at the UN Headquarters in New York…
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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.