Activists Protest near Oil Rig in Norway's Arctic Sea Area
Environmental activists protested on Friday near an offshore rig contracted by Statoil in the remote Norwegian Arctic, where the firm is looking for oil and gas deposits.
DP World, Indonesian Government Sign Pact to Develop Ports
DP World and Indonesian government and port officials signed an agreement to advise on the development of the Kuala Tanjung…
Safe Bulkers Reports 2Q Loss, Buys Newbuild
Safe Bulkers has reported a loss of $1.6 million in its second quarter ended June 30, 2017 as compared to $9.0 million, during…
Diana Shipping's Vessel Melite Grounds off Indonesia
Greek dry bulk owner Diana Shipping's Panamax bulk carrier, Melite, has been temporarily disrupted due to a grounding incident at Pulau Laut…
Vard to Build Expedition Ship for Norway industrialist
Vard Holdings, a designers and shipbuilder of specialized vessels, announced that it has secured a contract for the design…
EMP Aquarius MRE Prepares for Sea Trials
Eco Marine Power (EMP) has begun preparing for sea trials of its Aquarius Marine Renewable Energy (MRE) solution in co-operation…
The Marshall Islands Move to Head of the Class
Leveraging 27 worldwide offices, the RMI Registry has been gaining market share year-on-year. Surging tonnage and a solid…
Merchant Ship Collides with UAE Navy Vessel
A merchant ship collided with a United Arab Emirates navy boat as it was taking part in a routine mission off UAE territorial waters in the Gulf on Tuesday, the UAE armed forces said.
Top Maritime News
Cruise Ship Passengers Evacuated after Blaze on Board
Almost 200 passengers and crew on a cruise along the Danube river had to be evacuated from their vessel on Monday when a blaze broke out on board
Duke Receives Funding for New Research Vessel
Duke University said it has received $11 million for the construction and operation of a new state-of-the-art vessel that will expand teaching and
Keppel, Sembcorp Merger on the Cards ?
A merger between two of the Singapore’s largest offshore rig builders, Keppel Offshore & Marine and Sembcorp Marine, might be on the cards
Is China Shipbuilding Sinking into Tough Waves?
The world’s largest shipbuilding nation China is facing some tough years ahead as new-vessel orders weaken and order backlogs decline