Watch the launch of the brand new ‘Windea TBN’ Service Operation Vessel by ULSTEIN for BS Offshore. She will be working for Siemens on two Vattenfall offshore wind farms, starting in 2017.
Checkout this amazing video that shows the maneuvering and fastening of Nissos Mykonos ferry by captain Vaggelis Arathimos at Chios port Greece.
In this video of a shocking incident, which nearly could have turned into an unfortunate event, a shark breached the side of a cage during a white shark cage diving trip while there was a diver in the cage.
Potentially extremely dangerous realistic rogue waves – also called as freak waves – can now be controlled and generated at will in laboratory environments, in similar conditions as they appear in the ocean.
WSS is launching a first within the market place – a digital, cloud-based, automated boiler water dosing solution.
Watch the River Conveyance of the latest ship from Dream Cruises – Genting Dream from Meyer Wreft Shipyard.
From the time a new ship is just an idea on paper, the Program Manager acts as the project’s Captain, steering the construction throughout all of its milestones.
World’s largest permanent shiplift will start trial operation Sunday at the Three Gorges Dam in central China’s Hubei Province.
Watch a hyper-lapse tour of the world’s largest ship, Harmony of the Seas at STX Shipyard in France.
Checkout this cool video of two professional free runners running a ship, strapped up with GoPro cameras to record a short film, complete with all the flips, tricks, rolls and leaps.
Super Typhoon Meranti was packing maximum sustained winds of 178 mph (155 knots) as it moved south of Taiwan early Wednesday morning
The first of two SIGMA 10514 PKR naval frigates for the Indonesian Navy has successfully completed its sea trials as of 7 September.
Mariner B – the FSU for the Statoil operated Mariner field on the UKCS – left South Korea on 20 June. It has sailed a distance equalling two thirds around the world.
The fifth vessel in Höegh Autoliners’ New Horizon class series was successfully named Höegh Traveller, at a naming ceremony at Xiamen Shipbuilding Industries in China.