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Incat Tasmania names new fast crew boat Muslim Magomayev

Australian Shipbuilder Incat Tasmania has named its new fast crew boat (FCB) as Muslim Magomayev, which has been specifically designed for use in the oil and gas...

Incat Tasmania names new fast crew boat Muslim Magomayev

One of Canada’s Franklin expedition ships is found

Canada's Victoria Strait expedition crew has found one of the two explorer ships that were lost in 1846 during an expedition to find the Northwest...

One of Canada’s Franklin expedition ships is found

US FTA approves construction of new ferry terminal in Mukilteo, Washington

The US Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has approved plans to design and construct a new ferry terminal, which will eventually replace the existing 60-year-old Mukilteo Ferry Terminal...

US FTA approves construction of new ferry terminal in Mukilteo, Washington

Australia bans container ship Vega Auriga’s entry into local ports

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has banned the container ship Vega Auriga (IMO 9347786) from using or entering any of the country's...

Australia bans container ship Vega Auriga’s entry into local ports

British Antarctic Survey selects Synectics for surveillance assistance

British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is set to install Synectics solutions onboard the marine ice-class royal research ship (RRS) James Clark Ross, for increased surveillance...

British Antarctic Survey selects Synectics for surveillance assistance

Irregular crossings of the Mediterranean Sea leave nearly 300 dead in the past week

More than 300 deaths have been recorded in the Mediterranean Sea in the past week, due to irregular sea crossings by migrants from North Africa to...

Irregular crossings of the Mediterranean Sea leave nearly 300 dead in the past week

KKR and Borealis Maritime acquire nine ships

Global investment firm KKR and Borealis Maritime have acquired nine feeder container vessels in an undisclosed transaction....

KKR and Borealis Maritime acquire nine ships

Italy to ban big cruise ships from entering Venice lagoon

The Italian Government is set to ban large cruise ships from entering Saint Mark's lagoon in Venice, in order to reduce the damage to the city's foundations....

Italy to ban big cruise ships from entering Venice lagoon

Rolls-Royce to supply additional offshore cranes for Brazilian PSVs

Rolls-Royce has been awarded a contract for the delivery of offshore cranes in support of nine platform supply vessels (PSVs), which are under construction at Detroit Brasil's shipyard in...

Rolls-Royce to supply additional offshore cranes for Brazilian PSVs

EBDG supports Vigor Marine in M/V Columbia’s repower

Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) has successfully completed the repower of the Alaska Marine Highway System's (AMHS) flagship vessel, M/V...

EBDG supports Vigor Marine in M/V Columbia’s repower

Ulstein launches X-STERN to increase vessel operability

Ulstein Group has launched a new design feature that can increase vessel operability through positive effects on station keeping, wave response, comfort and safety in adverse...

Ulstein launches X-STERN to increase vessel operability

Voith bags record order for water tractors from South Africa

South Africa's Transnet National Ports Authority has placed a record order with Voith for nine new Voith water tractor (VWT) tugs for deployment at several ports across the...

Voith bags record order for water tractors from South Africa

Ulstein secures PX121 design and equipment contract from Wuchang

Ulstein Design & Solutions has been awarded a design and equipment contract for four PX121 type platform supply vessels (PSV) for Wuchang Shipbuilding...

Ulstein secures PX121 design and equipment contract from Wuchang

Wärtsilä unveils Low Loss Hybrid energy system at ONS 2014 exhibition

Wärtsilä has unveiled its new low loss hybrid (LLH) energy system at the on-going Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) 2014 exhibition being held in Stavanger,...

Wärtsilä unveils Low Loss Hybrid energy system at ONS 2014 exhibition

Diana Shipping takes delivery of new Capesize dry bulk vessel

Diana Shipping has taken delivery of a 179,492dwt newly built Capesize dry bulk vessel, the m/v G P...

Diana Shipping takes delivery of new Capesize dry bulk vessel

Kongsberg launches maritime security sonar system

Kongsberg Mesotech has launched a new shallow-water maritime security sonar system designed to meet the customer requirement for an affordable, rapid-deployment turnkey system for maritime...

Kongsberg launches maritime security sonar system

Shvabe to test new ship-mounted laser cannon for cutting ice

Shvabe has designed and developed a new laser cannon for ships, which is capable of cutting...

Shvabe to test new ship-mounted laser cannon for cutting ice

Condor Ferries acquires Austal trimaran stock vessel

Condor Ferries has completed the acquisition of a 102m-long trimaran stock vessel from Austal, for...

Condor Ferries acquires Austal trimaran stock vessel

Nakilat Damen Qatar delivers two mooring boats to Port of Ras Laffan

Nakilat Damen Shipyards Qatar (NDSQ) has delivered two 16m-long mooring boats to towage operator Nakilat SvitzerWijsmuller in the port of Ras...

Nakilat Damen Qatar delivers two mooring boats to Port of Ras Laffan

Wärtsilä to supply control system to Harvey Gulf International Marine

Wärtsilä has been contracted to deliver the control system for a shore-based liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuelling facility in Port Fourchon, Louisiana, US, which is owned by Harvey...

Wärtsilä to supply control system to Harvey Gulf International Marine

CalMac awards integrated ticketing system contract to Worldline

Ferry operator Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) has awarded a contract to Worldline to deliver an integrated ticketing system in a bid to enhance the customer experience onboard CalMac...

CalMac awards integrated ticketing system contract to Worldline