TURKISH MARITIME NEWS
- Beirut Port Tragedy: Ports and Dangerous Chemicals
- Aker Offshore Wind sets sights on deep-water projects
- Heavy Weather Topples Cranes at India’s Top Container Port
- Port Canaveral Sees Progress for Congressional Relief
- Tripoli and Adjacent Ports Set to Pick Up Imports in Wake of Beirut Blast
- Transocean Hires Financial Advisor to Evaluate ‘Strategic Alternatives’
- Beirut Blast: Two Killed on Orient Queen Cruise Ship Docked Near Explosion, Ship Sinks
- USCG Intercepts $24M Cocaine Cargo Off Central America
- The Largest Floating Dock in the Baltic States
- Work starts on second phase of Wuhan intermodal facility
- MIT-Panama to integrate TradeLens with Tideworks TOS solution
- IRClass launches first of five vessels for Unichart Navigation
- Japan Marine United closes Ariake yard over Covid-19 cluster
- Fugro orders two SEA-KIT unmanned vessels for remote offshore inspections
- MAN Energy Solutions reducing job cuts to 2,600 in restructuring
Hurtigruten Expands Cruising Including First Departures from Germany
In June, Hurtigruten became the first ocean-going cruise line to resume service with its coastal voyages from Bergen, Norway sailing north along the coast and crossing the Arctic Circle to the northern port of Kirkenes.
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Beirut Port Tragedy: Ports and Dangerous ChemicalsThe explosion tore through the city, registering a force as strong as a 3.3 magnitude earthquake. Residents claimed that the scenes looked “like an apocalypse” and that the port was “totally destroyed.”
Heavy Weather Topples Cranes at India’s Top Container PortThree cranes collapsed at India’s largest container port on the outskirts of Mumbai due to strong winds on Wednesday, police and port officials said.
Port Canaveral Sees Progress for Congressional ReliefA week after announcing significant job cuts due to the impact of COVID-19 on its operations, Port Canaveral may be making progress in the effort it is leading to urging the U.S. Congress to provide emergency relief for America’s ports.
Tripoli and Adjacent Ports Set to Pick Up Imports in Wake of Beirut BlastLebanon’s main grain silo at Beirut port was destroyed in a blast, leaving the nation with less than a month’s reserves of the grain but enough flour to avoid a crisis, the economy minister said on Wednesday.
USCG Intercepts $24M Cocaine Cargo Off Central AmericaLast week, the U.S. Coast Guard seized about 1,400 pounds of cocaine from a go-fast vessel off the Pacific coast of Central America.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy