Human Rights at Sea launches its innovative Legal Research Programme as part of the expanding charitable work.
Servowatch, is supplying its IPMS to the initial three River-class OPVs built by BAE Systems Naval Ships for the UK Royal Navy.
Foreign ships entering the ports of States for which the ILO’s Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 is in force will be inspected for compliance by port State control authorities.
DNV GL has observed an increasing trend in reported incidents involving aft propeller shaft bearing damages.
A convoy of two bulk carriers and two icebreakers which got stuck in the ice off the coast of the town of Pevek on Chukotka Peninsula.
‘Island Venture’, delivered on 17 January 2017, is so far the largest OCV from Ulstein Verft, with a length of 160 metres and a beam of 30.
Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister has approved the MoU between India and the UAE on Institutional Cooperation in Maritime Transport.
IMO Secretary-General has welcomed the entry into force on 18 January of new obligations under the MLC 2006 which require shipowners to have compulsory insurance.
The importance of coherent and connected development across all maritime sectors will feature strongly in IMO’s work this year.
Today the project, Ventusky, that displays weather from around the world, introduced a unique wave visualisation system.
On 12 January 2016, the Government of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka deposited with the International Labour Office the instrument of ratification of the MLC, 2006.
Last year, one in three ships at the Port of Gothenburg received an environmental discount on the port charges.
Höegh LNG Holdings Ltd. is pleased to announce that it has signed a new SBC with HHI for a new FSRU for delivery in Q4 2018.
The Department of Justice’s Environment and Natural Resources Division announced today the publication of its accomplishments in 2016.
Seven crew members of a cargo ship were rescued in the North Sea last weekend after the vessel sank off the coast of Ramsgate, England.
A US-flagged vehicle carrier on Monday caught fire and went adrift in the Gulf of Mexico with 20 crewmembers onboard, US Coast Guard (USCG) officials said.
A state-of-the-art facility to ensure the safety of the Group’s seafarers, fleet and customers’ cargo as well as route optimization.
The 50 years since the grounding of the tanker Torrey Canyon in 1967 have seen dramatic and sustained reduction in major oil spills from ships.