- 1 seafarer killed, 15 kidnapped from MV Mozart
- Container ship attacked, boarded, Gulf of Guinea
- Costa Smeralda Loses Lifeboat in Docking Mishap
- Storm-hit Maersk Essen reroutes to Mexico
- Biden steers U.S. back towards Paris Agreement on his first day
- NEO Energy in talks to buy ExxonMobil’s North Sea assets
- MSC Says It Will Pony Up to Avoid General Average in Maersk Elba Fire
- 750 boxes fall off Maersk ship during another Pacific storm
- 37% of all boxes are rolled over
- Singapore to vaccinate over 10,000 frontline maritime workers by end of month
- Frank Coles, CEO of Wallem Group, resigns
- Pavimar grows fleet to 12 with capesize acquisition
- Pacific Drilling seals new drillship contract with Petronas
- US imposes further sanctions on Iranian shipping entities
- Dana Petroleum terminates Maersk Drilling contract
KSS Line Returns to Hyundai for 5th LPG Carrier
South Korean shipping company KSS Line placed an order for the construction of a new class 84,000 cbm Very Large Gas Carrier (VLGC) at compatriot Hyundai Heavy Industries.
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Grimaldi welcomes hybrid RoRo newbuildItalian Grimaldi Group started 2021 with the delivery of Eco Barcelona, the second of twelve hybrid Grimaldi Green 5th Generation (GG5G) class vessels.
Viking’s 1st expedition ship floated outViking’s first expedition ship, Viking Octantis, was floated out by Norwegian shipbuilder Vard on 22 December, marking a major construction milestone denoting that the ship will now move into its final stage of construction.
Aegean Shipping orders another eco-friendly AframaxGreek shipping company Aegean Shipping Management has exercised an option to build its third Aframax tanker in China.
Landmark ammonia fuel cell project moves aheadThe ultimate goal of the project is to demonstrate the feasibility of ammonia fuel cells for ocean going vessels and long sea voyages,' said Dr Michail Cheliotis, research associate at the University of Strathclyde, lead partner in the project.
Costa Rican Sailing Cargo Ship Aims to Reduce Shipping's Carbon FootprintSome 200 workers from 27 nations are building a hybrid sailboat on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica designed to carry 350 tons of goods, hoping to demonstrate that in the 21st century it is possible to transport cargo without polluting the environment.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy