TURKISH MARITIME NEWS
- Amphibious Assault Ship USS Bonhomme Richard Is On Fire At Naval Base San Diego
- Cargo ship aground, crew evacuated, South China sea
- Seafarers in crisis and the support from Maritime Charities
- Brave Tern arrives in Taiwan
- Maersk sells giant containership for green recycling in Turkey
- The World’s Cruise Ships Can’t Sail. Now, What to Do With Them?
- Governments Pledge Actions for Seafarers and Crew Change at UK Summit
- American Boxship Rescues Three Sailors Off Hawaii
- Unlocking Improved Safety and Standards for Dry Bulk Shipping
- Pilot Program Test Blockchain Technology to Improve Container Handling
- Two Chinese Fishing Vessels Detained After Body Found on Board
- TUI Completes Sale of Hapag-Lloyd to Royal Caribbean Joint Venture
- North Sea Port Reports Strong Declines in Seabourne and Inland Volumes
- Germany Cruises Set to Resume While British Advise Against Cruising
- New House Bill Would Provide Relief for U.S. Ports, Maritime Operators
Livestock Carrier with COVID-19 Remains in Australia as Deadline Looms
The livestock carrier Al-Kuwait remains in Fremantle, Australia as the outbreak of the coronavirus continues among its crew.
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Amphibious Assault Ship USS Bonhomme Richard Is On Fire At Naval Base San DiegoOne person was treated for smoke inhalation after an explosion and fire Sunday on board a ship at Naval Base San Diego.The blaze called in shortly before 9 a.m. on the USS Bonhomme Richard.
Seafarers in crisis and the support from Maritime CharitiesThe lack of prompt action by world governments, International shipping organisations and parts of the maritime sector, has seen a deep crisis develop in our global seafaring community not seen since World War II.
Maersk sells giant containership for green recycling in TurkeyMaersk, owner and operator of the world’s largest container shipping fleet, has sold a 9, 640 TEU containership Sine Maersk for demolition in Turkey.
The World’s Cruise Ships Can’t Sail. Now, What to Do With Them?Hundreds of people lined the banks of Glasgow’s River Clyde a few weeks ago for the rare sight of a small, high-end cruise ship sailing upriver—practically into the heart of the city.
Governments Pledge Actions for Seafarers and Crew Change at UK SummitThe shipping industry responded to these efforts calling the summit a positive step but challenging the nations to follow through with actions.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy