Demolition of containerships almost tripled in the first five months of 2016 in comparison to the same period of 2015.
Archives for June 2016
Representatives of European maritime workers and shipowners have made a solidarity visit to captain of the sunk Prestige oil tanker, who aged 81 has been sentenced to two years in prison by the Spanish supreme court.
Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam (DSAm) has concluded major modification works on the Sea Installer.
A new regulation requiring the gross mass of a container to be verified before it is loaded onto a ship enters into force today.
A new regulation aimed at protecting seafarers who need to enter enclosed spaces, by requiring ships to carry portable atmosphere testing equipment on board, enters into force on 1 July 2016.
Nautilus has called for calm among British shipowners in the wake of the referendum vote in favour of the UK’s exit from the European Union.
Project director for Johan Sverdrup, project manager for the riser platform and the processing platform and head of Samsung Heavy Industries’ offshore division led the formal celebration of the construction start in South Korea 30 June.
Ship terms related to the nautical industry are often misunderstood not only by the people outside of the industry but also from who are part of it. Let’s take a look at ten common nautical terms people often get confused with.
The new terminal will be a striking addition to PortMiami, and will serve as homeport to Royal Caribbean International ships, including a 5,400-passenger Oasis-class ship, the world’s largest and most innovative cruise ships.