Cammell Laird Rescue Attempt in Danger
The British government's attempts to save 1,500 jobs at struggling shipbuilder Cammell Laird were apparently in grave danger on Wednesday after the chairman of a…
Sri Lankan Navy Sinks Rebel Boats
The Sri Lanka navy sank two Tamil rebel boats in a pre-dawn skirmish on Wednesday in waters off the country's northern Jaffna peninsula, military officials said.
Clean Tanker Decline Deepens
Tumbling freight rates for clean tankers in the Atlantic have dropped steeply this week, and brokers pointed to the almost total closure of most transatlantic arbitrages as the reason.
Bid Launched for Worldwide Marine Census
Marine scientists from across Australia are meeting at laboratories this week as part of an ambitious $1 billion international attempt to record all life in the world's oceans…
Cruise Ship Worker Arrested for Smuggling
A crew member aboard a Miami-based cruise ship was arrested on smuggling charges after Royal Caribbean security officers found a laundry bag full of cocaine and 3…
Carnival Corp. Appoints Banks for Euro Bond
Carnival Corp the world's biggest cruise line, has mandated UBM and JP Morgan as lead managers for a debut euro-denominated issue, the banks said on Thursday. The…
Carnival Not Expected to Interrupt Brazilian Shipping
Brazil's main ports will continue to load and unload ships through the Carnival festival although port administrators will be off from late Feb. 27 to midday on Feb.