Marine News Boat of the Month: June 2017
The Elastec Inlander river utility boat (RUB) is a unique concept. But, Elastec already manufactures many other response…
Submersible, Magnetic Robot Performs Hull Inspections
Canadian company Deep Trekker has launched a new inspection vehicle at Nor-Shipping 2017: the Deep Trekker DT640 Utility Crawler…
Tropical Storm Cindy Rolls in on US Gulf Coast
Tropical Storm Cindy is likely to hit the Gulf Coast near the Texas-Louisiana border on Wednesday night, threatening to bring…
Seven Sailors Killed as US Navy Destroyer Collides with a Container Ship
Bodies of seven U.S. sailors recovered after the U.S. destroyer collided with with Philippine-flagged vessel CX Crystal near…
12 Flags on Paris MOU Black List for 2016
At its 50th meeting last month, the Paris MoU Committee approved the 2016 inspection results and adopted new performance…
Hapag-Lloyd's Newest Ship Named Guayaquil Express
Hapag-Lloyd held a naming ceremony in Hamburg for the Guayaquil Express, the fourth of five newbuildings in its 10,500 TEU class.
Day of the Seafarer 2017 on 25 June
With only Nine days to go until Day of the Seafarers, International Maritime Organization (IMO) encourages everyone to join…
Rolls-Royce, Svitzer Trial Remote Controlled Tug Operations
Earlier this year in Copenhagen Harbor, the 28-meter-long tug Svitzer Hermod berthed alongside the quay, undocked, turned…
US Built Refrigerated Liquefied Gas Carrier Launched
New ATB tank barge will transport up to 22,000 tons of American-made anhydrous ammonia (NH3), a key ingredient in fertilizer U.S.
Autonomous Workboats: The Future is Now
Sea Machines is bringing autonomous self-driving systems to the world of workboats. At an impressive virtual reality demonstration seen late last
An Hour Passed before Japan Authorities were Notified of Fitzgerald Collision
Nearly an hour elapsed before a Philippine-flagged container ship reported a collision with a U.S. warship, the Japanese coastguard said on Monday
Dredging: Digging Deep for a 'WIIN'
In the waning days of 2016, the outlook brightened dramatically for the big U.S. dredging contractors. Just before Congress dispersed for the