Italy to Impound German Charity's Migrant Rescue Ship
Italy appeared to relent on Thursday after at first refusing to accept 226 migrants on board a German charity rescue ship…
Superyacht Summer: Italian Yachts Lead
The summer season in most of Europe has been off to a sunny and warm start, which has many longingly wishing to spend time at sea. Those with access to the privileged…
Odin's Eye & the Quiet Trawler
When it was time for France Pelagique to start renewing its fleet, an electric-power alliance of Dutch and Scandinavian yard…
Oil Tanker Tows Disabled Sailboat to Safety
A Singapore flagged oil tanker came to the rescue of four French sailors whose sailboat became disabled by broken sails and…
Oil Exploration Is Ramping Up Off Norway
Oil firms are expected to drill 40-50 exploration wells off Norway this year compared to 36 wells drilled the previous year, the Norwegian Petroleum D
Maersk Poaches New CFO from Assa Abloy
Denmark's A.P. Moller-Maersk has chosen Carolina Dybeck Happe as its new Chief Finance Officer, it said on Wednesday.Happe…
In 1993, Bouchard Transportation Co. christened the B. No. 230, which was the first double-hulled barge to enter service in the United States.
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Cruise Ship Construction: China Rising
China earns cruise newbuild business, aims for ship financeWhile China has steadily built shipbuilding market share
Fire Aboard 1,000-foot Freighter in Lake Superior
The U.S. Coast Guard received a report of a generator fire aboard a 1,013 foot bulk carrier freighter in Lake Superior, at 4:20 a.m. Monday.
Interesting Launch for Interesting Tugs
The ownership of the Canadian firm Island Tug and Barge has changed with the purchase by the U.S. parent company Tidewater Inc.