Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line (BPCL) is set to launch a refurbished cruise ship in April this year, which is slated to serve the route connecting Grand Bahama Island to the...
The European Commission (EC) has imposed a fine of €395m on four maritime car carriers for taking part in cartels that violate the European Union's (EU) antitrust rules.
Denmark-based company OSK-ShipTech has been selected to design four new luxurious RoPax ferries, which have been jointly commissioned by global container shipping line MSC Group and Italian operator Onorato Armatori.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed an agreement with Dutch financial institution ING to provide €300m in funding to support green investments in the European shipping sector.
France-based offshore vessel provider Bourbon has announced plans to sell 41 of its old supply vessels, known as the ‘non-smart fleet’, as they are not compatible with the company’s current...
Ferry operator Red Funnel has placed an order with UK-based shipbuilder Cammell Laird for a new RoRo freight ferry to serve its Southampton-East Cowes route across the Solent.
The Netherlands-based shipowner Seatrade has faced criminal charges from a local public prosecutor as part of a case alleging that the company has been engaging in illegal scrapping practices.
Estonian shipowner Platano Eesti has selected SeaQuest Marine Project Management to supervise the construction of a new purpose-built, Polar Code-compliant ice-class bulk carrier.
The International Organization for Standardisation (ISO) has developed a new global standard that aims to ensure the safety of people who fall overboard on ships.
Denmark-based shipping company DFDS is set to invest a total of Dkr1.8bn ($296m) for the purchase of two new combined freight and passenger vessels (RoPax) to serve its Baltic routes.