Dry dock means tough work for seafarers. However, it also means a unique opportunity to click some amazing pics. Checkout ten amazing dry dock photos clicked by seafarers.
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Ocean Infinity, the next generation seabed survey and ocean exploration company, is pleased to announce it will be working with the Government of South Korea in the search for the wreckage of the ship Stellar Daisy, which was lost on 31 March 2017.
Ship Finance announces that it has acquired two 2016-built 19,400 TEU container vessels and contracted the vessels until late 2033, or for nearly 15 years, to a leading container line on long term bareboat charters.
A small bulk carrier was loaded and underway under pilotage in coastal confined waterways in the early morning hours. The pilot had his portable pilot unit (PPU), which was loaded with the applicable charts for the voyage.
Transocean announced that it has signed a rig design and construction management contract, as well as a five-year drilling contract, with Chevron for one of its two dynamically positioned ultra-deepwater drillships currently under construction at the Jurong shipyard in Singapore.
NAVTEX is a device used on-board the vessels to provide short range Maritime Safety Information in coastal waters automatically. Learn about the working, types of messages and advantages of this important ship navigation device in the article inside.
A vessel collided with a bridge because of improper information between the bridge operator and the pilot. Find out more about the incident inside the article.
A cave is defined as a natural occurring which can be accessed either through an opening either on land or through water. While caves located on hard grounds are easier to find and beautiful to admire, there are water caves which are rare but are equally spell-binding.