The CMA CGM Group is pleased to announce that CMA CGM Magellan, a 365 meters long container ship, will be covered by a collage made by French artist JR on more than 150 containers as part of “Terre d’Eaux” festival.
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A 112-foot yacht caught fire in the Chula Vista Marina, sending intense flames and thick smoke into the air.
Survey reveals major misconceptions about the scale and importance of the UK maritime industry. The vast majority of people in the UK don’t realise they rely on seafarers to bring them their favourite foods, new research has revealed.
Doosan Engine has confirmed delivery of the world’s first dual-fuel, low-speed ME-GI engine to the American National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO) shipyard in San Diego, USA. The new engine is capable of operation on LNG and/or bunker C oil and will power the first of two 3,100-teu container ships ordered by TOTE, the American marine transportation company.
The Vessel Traffic Centre is the heat of Hamburg Harbour. Recently the Control Centre Unit moved to new facilities with high-end technology.
While the ship was at a port for cargo operations, a seaman moving around the hatch coaming greasing the hatch lid landing pads, suddenly slips and falls inside the cargo hold, landing about 8.5 metres below on top of a container.
The IMO Council has endorsed a proposal by IMO Secretary-General Koji Sekimizu to adopt “Maritime education and training” as the World Maritime Day theme for 2015.
Marine Seismic operations or seismographic acquisition is the method used for collecting information and data about the subsea surface. Learn about the main methods of seismic operations carried out at sea in the article inside.
The crew of the DFDS ship BRITANNIA SEAWAYS receives the award for the courage displayed in a vehement fire on board in 2013.