After being adrift and off course for months in the Pacific Ocean, two women and their two dogs were rescued Wednesday by Sasebo-based amphibious dock landing ship USS Ashland (LSD-48).
Archives for October 2017
Lt. Cmdr. Brandon Link with the Office of Port & Facility Compliance poses five key questions maritime professionals can consider when deciding how to manage risks to cyber systems.
Neither U.S. sailors nor civilian personnel were involved in so-called “drug-fueled” parties with members of the crew of the U.K. nuclear ballistic missile submarine HMS Vigilant.
MPA Singapore and Shell Eastern Trading (PTE) LTD. have signed MOU, to cooperate in the research and development and test-bedding of projects within the maritime industry.
The innovative ε-ORB produced by LISCR, in co-operation with Cyprus-based maritime technology company, Prevention at Sea, has received two more prestigious industry awards.
Wärtsilä will supply an ultra-silent propulsion package for a new research vessel to be built for the Faroe Islands Marine Research Institute, a Faroese Government organisation.
Unsafe mixed migration by sea continues to claim many lives, despite the strenuous efforts made by Governmental and naval rescue services, often supported by merchant vessels.
Panama Canal has announced the launch of the Emissions Calculator, an innovative new tool which will offer shippers the most accurate assessment of their carbon emissions.
On 26th October, the Caribbean Princess, operated by Princess Cruises, became the first cruise of the 2017-2018 season to transit the Expanded Panama Canal.