Navy's Newest Expeditionary Fast Transport Ship Named
The U.S. Navy’s next Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) ship will be named USNS Newport (T-EPF 12), announced Secretary of the Navy Richard V.
Tech File: New Cylinder Pressure Sensor Helps Optimize Large Engines
The shipping sector is constantly striving to optimize the efficiency of large engines. This endeavor calls for new approaches…
Petrobras Extends DOF Deal
Norwegian shipping company DOF has been awarded an extension of a contract for one of its anchor handlers working in Brazil.
UN Environment Visits IMO
When it comes to ocean protection and delivering on the Sustainable Development Goals, International Maritime Organization…
Hydrographic Survey Vessel Converted for Autonomous Ops
ASV Global said it has converted a 26ft hydrographic survey launch to enable it to operate autonomously using the ASView control system…
ClassNK Updates PrimeShip-HULL Software
ClassNK has just released the latest version of its design support software PrimeShip-HULL (HCSR) Ver.5.0.0, developed in response to the IACS Common Structural…
Hafnia Tankers Inks Fresh Sale and Leaseback Deal
Denmark-based shipping company Hafnia Tankers has successfully completed a sale and leaseback in the Japanese market through…
Cruise Ships & Eco-Trends in Energy Transition
Around 360 cruise vessels are operating on the ocean today, transporting thousands of passengers to both new and established…
Hyundai Merchant Marine Forms Consortium with MSC, Hapag-Lloyd and ONE
Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) announced that it has established a consortium with global liners, MSC, Hapag-Lloyd, and ONE…
Mexico's Oil Reform a Boon for Hard-hit Oil Service, Seismic Firms
Oil service and mapping firms still emerging from an industry recession have received a boost from about $800 million of…
US-built Survey Vessel Bound for Israel
A new 32’ x 11’ survey catamaran constructed by Washington based boat builder Armstrong Marine for an Israeli engineering…
Top Maritime News
Telford Offshore: A New Offshore Services Provider
There’s a new name in the global oil and gas industry: Telford Offshore, which officially launched today after acquiring four vessels from Sea
Triple-screw Tug for the Hudson
“The Daisy Mae is the closest you can get to Z-drive maneuverability, without the cost of Z-drive,” maintains her builder Joseph Rodriguez of
Bouchard Transportation Co. acquires its first oil barge, a sunken 15,000 barrel vessel, which Capt. Fred Bouchard purchased for $100.
Vigor Adds $20 Mln Drydock
Vigor built on its ongoing investments in critical infrastructure in the Puget Sound in 2017 with the $20 million investment in another drydock.