Indo-Pacific Endeavour 2017 Completes
The Australian Defence Force Joint Task Group, Indo-Pacific Endeavour 2017, has completed the first international engagement…
Wärtsilä Debuts New Tug Designs
A new portfolio of tug designs, to be known as the Wärtsilä HYTug series, place emphasis on environmental sustainability.
New Service Powers Cyber Resilience at Sea
Mobile satellite communications provider Inmarsat has rolled out a fully-managed service for the maritime industry that detects vulnerabilities…
Prelude FLNG Enters into Lloyd’s Register Class
Shell’s floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility Prelude has officially entered into Lloyd's Register (LR) class. At 488 meters long…
US Amphibious Assault Ships Relief Mission in Virgin Islands
The amphibious assault ships USS Wasp (LHD 1), USS Kearsarge (LHD 3) and dock landing ship USS Oak Hill (LSD 51) along with…
Biofouling Management for Sustainable Shipping
An IMarEST workshop workshop on practical biofouling management strategies just has concluded in Melbourne, Australia, September 12-15.
Hurricane Maria Regains Category 5 Strength
Hurricane Maria has intensified and regained its Category 5 hurricane strength, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on Tuesday. Maria, which made landfall…
Yanmar Provides Green Power for New Trawler
Norway’s newest and largest factory stern trawler features an auxiliary engine package from Yanmar, based on two 6EY22ALW generating sets.
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Maersk Sheds Oil Tanker Division
A.P. Moller-Maersk has agreed a $1.71 billion deal to sell its oil tanker division to its controlling shareholder
Harley Marine Orders Ocean Tugs from Conrad
Louisiana shipbuilder Conrad Shipyard said it has been awarded a contract to build two 3,000HP ocean service tugboats for Seattle’s Harley Marine
Horizon Shipbuilding to 'Reorganize' Amid Insufficient Revenues
Horizon Shipbuilding announced it will reorganize amid revenues insufficient for maintaining normal operations. Lance C.
U.S. Navy Fires Two Commanders After Sea Accidents
The U.S. Navy dismissed two senior officers on Monday after a series of collisions involving Seventh Fleet warships in Asia