TURKISH MARITIME NEWS
- Demand to Store a Glut of Diesel at Sea is Rising Fast
- Developing Simulations to Analyze Decarbonization Design Decisions
- Abu Dhabi Takes $615 Million Stake in U.S. LNG Exporter
- Sri Lanka Seeks Compensation and Will Charge New Diamond's Captain
- DP World Announces Agreements in Israel Under New Peace Deal
- Pentagon's Naval Shipbuilding Plan Endorses Unmanned Vessels
- Russian newbuild LNG carrier goes on charter to Shell
- Newest US Coast Guard Cutter Undergoes Sea Trials
- Families Plead for Search to Resume for Missing Livestock Carrier
- European Support to Retrain Spain's Unemployed From Shipbuilding Jobs
- U.S. Violated Trade Rules With Tariffs on China, WTO Says
- EU Parliament Votes to Make Ships Pay for Their Pollution
- Cable Laying Vessel Catches Fire and Sinks Off South Korea
- Abu Dhabi Ports making headway with Khalifa Port expansion
- Isle of Man registry ramps up flag promotion in Asia
U.S. Navy, Canadian Navy Complete Search for Crashed Helicopter
Canadian and American forces have ended the search and recovery mission for the wreckage of the Canadian Navy Cyclone helicopter that crashed off Greece in April.
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Newest US Coast Guard Cutter Undergoes Sea TrialsThe US Coast Guard's newest vessel, the national security cutter Stone, recently completed sea trials in the Gulf of Mexico.
Germany Orders Additional RBS15 Mk3 Anti-Ship MissilesSaab has received an order from its German partner Diehl Defence for the RBS15 anti-ship missile for provision to the German Navy. The order value is approximately €160 million with deliveries between 2022 and 2026.
UK Home Office Calls for Royal Navy to Push Back Migrant BoatsFacing an increase in the number of migrants attempting to cross the English Channel, the UK Home Office has asked for assistance from the Royal Navy to address the number of crossings.
Royal Navy's "Build British" Debate Heats Up Once MoreThe UK Ministry of Defence's contract tender for three new fleet auxiliaries has begun again, nine months after it was suspended amidst concerns about foreign bidders.
"Small Number" of COVID Cases Aboard Carrier USS George H.W. BushThe U.S. Navy has confirmed that a "small number" of sailors aboard the carrier USS George H.W. Bush have tested positive for COVID-19.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy