AMSA has banned the Panama flagged bulk carrier DL Carnation for 12 months after the vessel was discovered keeping two sets of wage accounts, covering up the underpayment of crew.
On August 11, 2017, Transport Canada took action to help ensure navigational safety and to protect the marine environment, due to the increased presence of whales in the area.
Crowley announced that it has dispatched 18 company owned and/or operated Jones Act petroleum vessels to discharge gasoline and diesel into Florida ports in the coming few days.
HANSA HEAVY LIFT has successfully completed a round-trip voyage involving the transportation of two minehunting naval ships, each weighing 670 metric tonnes, between France and the Persian Gulf.
NYK will deploy a binary cycle power generation system on a newly constructed Panamax bulk carrier to be operated by the company.
MAN has revealed the successor to its 48/60CR engine in the company’s 4x line of high-performance diesel engines.
Homeland Security Acting Secretary extended the limited Jones Act Waiver initially signed on September 8 at the recommendation of the Departments of Defense and Energy.
The Mission to Seafarers takes over Seafarer Happiness Index launched by Crewtoo in 2015.
Transas has introduced a new Survival Craft Simulator (SCS) to prepare crew for the multitude of possible scenarios that can occur during lifeboat drills.
Ships are becoming increasingly complex and dependent on the extensive use of digital and communications technologies throughout their operational life.
ICS has used London International Shipping Week to launch a new brand identity, to better serve its important role as the global trade association for people in shipping culture.
MOL announced that the following 15 MOL-operated / managed vessels won commendations from the commanders of the 3rd and 5th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters of JCG.
The ship was allowed to leave the UK based on the false promise that it would be further operationally used in the Tin Can port in Nigeria.
UK P&I Club, has launched a gaming app ‘Risk Ahoy’ to coincide with International Shipping Week, to highlight the hazards that those on board ships face on a daily basis.
The steel cutting ceremony for the first of two Costa Cruises ships to be powered by LNG was held today 13.9.2017 at Meyer Turku shipyard, Finland.
The award is a recognition of APL’s safe working practices and initiatives which have demonstrably improved the work life and welfare of sea crew on board APL-operated vessels.
JNPCT was awarded “Container Terminal of the Year” Award for the above 0.6 million TEUs category at The Gateway Awards 2017 held at Mumbai.
The UK Chamber of Shipping’s CEO and its president were among a delegation of international shipowners and major figures from the shipping industry that visited 10 Downing Street.
LR releases Type Approval Requirements for components within Cyber Enabled Systems on board Ships – Procedure for Network and Network-related devices
Maritime activity over the next decade will be dominated by unmanned surface and underwater vessels, according to a report on the future of autonomous maritime systems launched today.
Divers have recovered two bodies out of the five missing crew of JBB DE RONG 19, following the collision between tanker KARTIKA SEGARA and dredger JBB DE RONG 19.
NTSB plans to meet Dec. 12, 2017, in Washington to determine the probable cause of the October 2015 sinking of the cargo ship El Faro in the Atlantic Ocean.
Royal Dutch Shell and Petrobras signed last week in The Hague, Netherlands, a MoU to establish a long-term mutual collaboration in developing pre-salt fields in Brazil.
ABS and GasLog LNG Services Ltd. have completed a joint development project demonstrating a new approach to evaluating LNG boil-off rate (BOR).