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Yangshan Green Ship of the Year
22 Nisan 2013 Pazartesi 10:47
SINGAPORE's APL, a part of the global shipping and logistics group NOL, has become the first container shipping line to receive the Green Ship of the Year award launched at the 2013 International Maritime Awards.
NYK Receives Japans Award
Nippon Yusen Kaisha and the Monohakobi Technology Institute (MTI), an NYK Group company, have received Japans 2012 Minister of the Environment Award.
Maersk Line Wins Award
On 26 November, Maersk Line won two prestigious awards at the Middle East & Indian Subcontinent Awards, one of the regions most well recognised annual maritime events.
Fish consumption in Turkey
A professional organization in the fishing sector, the Sea Industrialists' Association (DESAD) organized a panel titled, Why is fish consumption so low in our country? DESAD Executive Board Chairman Niyazi Önen, said in his opening speech.
Large Impact on Seabed
Not only physical forces such as tides and sand transport but also small organisms such as molluscs, tube worms and sea urchins have a large impact on seabed formation.
House or Boat seems unclear
Is it a house or a boat? Does a coffee mug float? The Supreme Court struggled with all types of questions Monday as it tried to figure out what kind of floating structures fall under maritime law.
Super-trawler company to fight
A company that wants to operate a super-trawler in Australian waters vowed on Wednesday to fight an environmental ban set to be imposed by the government on the giant vessel.
New way to tag great whites
The scientists and fishermen on board the Ocearch, a repurposed crabbing vessel, received word that their scouting boat had hooked a great white shark, sparking a flurry of activity.
Super-trawler to call home
The controversial super-trawler Margiris will undergo a name change and will officially call Brisbane home, but it might not even visit the city's port.
The Norwalk Harbor Management Commission's Application Review Committee tabled action Tuesday night on a request by the city to allow commercial vessels "unrestricted" use of the visitors' docks at Veterans Memorial Park.
Supreme Court To Decide
As yachts go, Fane Lozemans vessel was no Queen Mary. First of all, the two-story, 60-foot boat had no name, motor or way of being steered.
FV Margiris is no cute fishing boat
One of the world's largest fishing vessels is on its way to Australia.
Government Still in Denial
The first independent scientific investigation of the marine life contamination in Gladstone harbour still hasnt prompted the Government to suspend the likely cause of the ecological crisis, Senator Larissa Waters said today.
A.S.A.'s Final Implementation
The American Salvage Association (ASA) expressed its recognition for the final implementation of Salvage and Marine Firefighting Regulations (SMFF), 33 Code of Federal Regulations Part 155 Subpart I, for tank vessels that went into effect on February 22,
Gulf water is at risk
Today, the world is celebrating World Water Day. In Kuwait, where the climate is desert hot and water resources are already poor, the demand of water has increased. The local production of water depends on distillation stations which take water from the s
Dolphinarium plans create protest
Opposition to the construction of a dolphinarium in southwestern Turkey is mounting, leading concerned residents to hope that plans for the new facility may be permanently shelved.
Sailors appeared 1.4 M Years Ago
Human ancestors left Africa not only by land but also by sea, recent findings of Russian archeologists on Socotra island show.
NMFS accepts bass regulations
The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) issued an emergency order on Tuesday that accepts recommendations for black sea bass increases by the Mid-Atlantic Council?s Scientific and Statistical Committee.
Titanic ticket belonging to last
A ticket for the Titanic's ill-fated voyage that belonged to the last survivor with memories of the disaster sold to a collector from the United States at a British auction Saturday.
Gotheborg relives history on seas
A replica of the Swedish East India Company's 18th century merchant ship, the Gotheborg, was welcomed back home with fanfare and festive celebrations on Saturday.
Baby killer whale beach in Mexico
A two-week old killer whale was being nursed back to health Sunday in a marine park after beaching itself along Mexico's Pacific Coast.
UN panel issues climate
Blue skies may cost dolphins dear
Pollution from shipping...
Tsunami swamps Solomons
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Enhancing maritime safety and security
Shipyard can not be closed because of accident
The International Regime on Liability
Jose Maura Barandiaran
Seaman love depth horizons
VTS AND MORE
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Urgent action still required
CONTINUING recession in Europe is badly timed for ocean carriers with deliveries of an armada of ultra large container vessels coming before the end of the year, says analysts at Drewry Maritime Research in London.
New Hydroplane Route
According to Melih Gökçek, metropolitan municipality mayor of Ankara, there will be a new flight route between Turkeys Metropol Istanbuls Golden Horn and Turkeys Capital Ankaras Golbasi.
New investors needed to help
THE collapse of the German KG ship financing system leaves a hole in the small box ship market, which needs to be filled, particularly as smaller vessels need to be more fuel efficient and eco-friendly, says Drewry Maritime Research.
Sefine Shipyard is Growing
Pirates' spokesman claimed
LNG carrier heads back to sea
Ship Owner Award: Geden Line
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