Maritime Increasingly "Sends in the DRONES"
Drones increasingly take on the dirty, dangerous jobs in maritime. For insight, we spoke with David Knukkel, Founder & CEO…
Semi-sub Rig Undergoes Long Distance Tow
Maersk Supply Service has completed the tow of a semi-submersible from Las Palmas to North-Western Australia. The tow was…
Hull Vane Retrofit Improves OPV’s Performance
CMN Shipyard in Cherbourg, France, conducted sea trials on the June 13, 2018 on the OPV Thémis from the French Coastguard…
Bay Ship to Build First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Passenger Vessel
California based shipbuilder Bay Ship and Yacht Co. said it has won a contract to build the first hydrogen fuel cell passenger vessel in the U.S.
Shipping’s Half Year Report: Extra Classes Needed?
With the industry hoping for better “grades” after the “effort” of recent years, this week’s Analysis updates our half year…
Interview: Natasa Pilides, Cyprus Deputy Minister of Shipping
Natasa Pilides, Cyprus Deputy Minister of Shipping, has held this newly created political post for only three months, but…
Key Oil Export Terminals Reopen in Libya
Tripoli-based National Oil Corp (NOC) said on Wednesday four export terminals were being reopened after eastern factions handed over the ports…
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As the U.S. Coast Guard continues planning for the construction of the new icebreakers it desperately needs, U.S.
US Navy Sailor Killed in Training
A U.S. Navy Sailor assigned to the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Jason Dunham (DDG 109) died from injuries sustained while