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- BC Ferries Christens New Hybrid-Electric Ship Duo
- GoodBulk Offloads Capesize Duo, Points to Pick Up in Demolitions
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- Excelerate Launches In-House Ship Management Services
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- Marine Contractors Board Ghost Ship Grounded in Cork
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Pacific Basin to Pay USD 74 Mn for Bulker Quartet
Hong Kong-based dry bulk shipping company Pacific Basin has entered into a conditional agreement to acquire four secondhand dry bulk vessels for USD 73.84 million, that would be 33% funded by equity.
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Ten Seafarers Kidnapped from Tanker off CotonouTen crew members have been kidnapped from a crude oil tanker off Cotonou, Benin, Dryad Global said.
GoodBulk Offloads Capesize Duo, Points to Pick Up in DemolitionsDry bulk vessel owner and operator GoodBulk sold two older Capesize vessels in January 2020.
Excelerate Launches In-House Ship Management ServicesProvider of floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs) Excelerate Energy has secured the relevant documentation enabling the company to manage its entire FSRU fleet.
Marine Contractors Board Ghost Ship Grounded in CorkCork County Council’s marine contractor boarded the vessel that washed ashore over the weekend in Ballycotton, Co. Cork, Ireland to inspect the state of the ship.
LPG Tanker in Near Miss, Fuel Vessels Evacuated after Shelling of Tripoli PortFuel vessels have been evacuated urgently from Tripoli port and all offloading operations were canceled after projectiles struck a warehouse in the port, National Oil Corporation (NOC) of Libya said on Tuesday, February 18.
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