Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Marine News

  • 29 Mar 2023

    Ship Seized by Pirates Seen 540 Miles West from Gulf of Guinea Attack Point

    The Monjasa Reformer was previously known as Ekfors © Krijn Hamelink /
  • 28 Mar 2023

    Pirates Board Danish-owned Ship in Gulf of Guinea

    The Monjasa Reformer was previously known as 	EKFORS ©FBN Raiger/
  • 27 Mar 2023

    Spain Tightens Rules on Ship-to-ship Oil Transfers

    © Vallehr / Adobe Stock
  • 27 Mar 2023

    Canada's Davie Moves to Buy Helsinki Shipyard

    (File photo: Eric Haun)
  • 27 Mar 2023

    At Least 29 Migrants Die When Two Boats Sink off Tunisia

    Map of Tunisia in red © harvepino/AdobeStock
  • 27 Mar 2023

    Italy's Coast Guard Seizes Banksy's Migrant Rescue Ship

    MV Louise Michel ship ©Christian Herrou/
  • 27 Mar 2023

    Pertamina Confirms Deaths and Missing Crew Member in Oil Tanker Fire

    Credit: Pertamina
  • 24 Mar 2023

    Maersk Teams Up with Shanghai Port on Green Methanol Shipping Fuel

    (Image: A.P. Moller - Maersk)
  • 23 Mar 2023

    Oil Spills and Near Misses: More Ghost Tankers Ship Sanctioned Fuel

    © komi$ar / Adobe Stock
  • 23 Mar 2023

    Uncrewed Boats Are Changing the Way Wars Are Fought at Sea

    An L3 Harris Arabian Fox MAST-13 unmanned surface vessel sails behind Royal Bahrain Naval Force missile corvette RBNS Al Muharraq (P 51) during a vessel boarding drill in the Arabian Gulf during exercise Neon Defender, Jan. 22. (Photo: Anita Chebahtah / U.S. Navy)







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