TURKISH MARITIME NEWS
- Island Victory on Barents subsea duty
- Lithuanian FSRU back online
- Giant Pioneering Spirit vessel put in charge of removal and disposal at Valhall
- ABB, HDF to power ocean-going vessels with fuel cell systems
- US Navy: New fast-attack submarine commissioned
- Elia and 50Hertz seeking certification body for offshore platforms
- ICS, ITF call for urgent action on facilitating crew changes
- Acting secretary of US Navy resigns after insulting fired aircraft carrier captain
- Hospital Ship USNS Comfort to Start Accepting COVID-19 Patients
- PD Ports Continues Investment in Eco-Friendly Technology
- Australia Orders All Foreign Cruise Ships Out of Its Waters
- Disabled Lebanese freighter towed back to Marmara sea
- VTT to Explore Use of Bio- and Waste-Based Oils for Ships, Power Plants
- Imports at US Container Ports Hit Five-Year Low
- Pacific Basin Puts the Breaks on Fleet Growth Plans
Diana’s Post-Panamax to Work for SwissMarine
Greek dry bulk shipowner Diana Shipping has entered into a time charter contract with Singapore-based SwissMarine for one of its Post-Panamax dry bulk vessels, the M/V Amphitrite.
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Island Victory on Barents subsea dutyIsland Offshore’s deep water installation vessel Island Victory has secured more work in the Barents Sea this spring.
ABB, HDF to power ocean-going vessels with fuel cell systemsTechnology firm ABB has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Hydrogène de France to jointly manufacture megawatt-scale fuel cell systems capable of powering ocean-going vessels.
ICS, ITF call for urgent action on facilitating crew changesThe current deadlock caused by crew change bans across the globe is increasing the risk of marine accidents and jeopardises global supply chains essential to overcoming the pandemic, industry bodies insist urging governments to remove the restrictions.
Hospital Ship USNS Comfort to Start Accepting COVID-19 PatientsThe U.S. Department of Defense has opened the hospital ship USNS Comfort to patients with COVID-19 in order to relieve pressure on New York area hospitals, the Northern Command announced Tuesday.
Australia Orders All Foreign Cruise Ships Out of Its WatersIn the wake of what has been characterized as a humanitarian crisis as thousands of seafarers and passengers are left stranded on board cruise ships in Australian waters, Australia has ordered all foreign cruise ships to leave as soon as possible.
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