TURKISH MARITIME NEWS
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- Scorpio Bulkers is Selling Off its Fleet and Shifting to Offshore Wind
- What the battle for the White House means for global shipping
- NYK takes delivery of 1st Japan-built LNG-fuelled PCTC
- DP World faces Shreyas shareholder opposition to acquisition
- Total taps Hafnia and Viken for LNG-fuelled aframax newbuilds
- Keppel and EMA to pilot floating energy storage system
- Shipping stocks hammered as Wall Street tumbles
- Malaysian workbarge sinks, 121 crew rescued
- Maersk Launceston boxship collides with Greek minesweeper off Piraeus
- Tufton Oceanic seals second vessel acquisition this month
- NITC targeted in latest US sanctions against Iran
- Gulf of Mexico Energy Industry Faces Another Hurricane
- Nord Stream 2 Pipe-Laying Vessel Underway to Project Hub
U.S. Navy Contractor Fined $11M for Selling Faulty Steel
U.S. Navy defense contractor Bradken and its former lab director are facing criminal charges alleging that it produced and sold substandard steel components for installation on U.S. submarines.
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Russian Navy Seen Escorting Iranian Tankers Bound for SyriaLast week, the Iranian-flagged oil tanker Samah entered the Mediterranean Sea via the Suez Canal. After a few miles, the 900-foot-long ship stopped reporting its position and destination. Evidence suggests the ship sailed to Syria, escorted by two Russian
Japan launches, names new diesel-electric attack submarineTaigei, a first unit in the Japan Maritime Self Defense Force’s (JMSDF) new class of attack submarines, has been launched and named in Japan.
Iran's Navy safeguards country's economy: SayyariIran’s Navy has different dimensions, he said, adding, “Not only the Navy has military responsibility but also it maintains the economic dimension of the country along with military operations.”
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.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy