Ships sailing at sea are subjected to a large number of forces in all directions which leads to different types of ship motions. Let’s understand and carefully analyse the various motions of a ship.
Archives for May 2020
The offences relate to pollution and/or damage of the Australian marine environment as a result of poor cargo loading.
Port of Antwerp brought seven leading chemical and energy companies together at the end of 2019 to reduce CO2 emissions and take practical steps in the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon port.
Konecranes and Fluidmesh Networks announce that they have joined forces and successfully carried out proof-of-concept testing of fully wireless communication for the Konecranes Automated RTG system.
ICS has issued updated health guidance for the global shipping industry to ensure ship operators and crew can safely deal with seafarers struggling with medical conditions during the coronavirus pandemic.
Wärtsilä will provide the propulsion solutions for a new 115 metres long high-speed ferry. The vessel is being built by Austal at the Australian shipbuilder’s yard in the Philippines for Danish operator Molslinjen.
The lubricant is specifically formulated for use with both 0.10% and 0.50% sulphur fuels and LNG and will be available from June 2020.
The Coast Guard medevaced a crewmember from the offshore support vessel Citation approximately seven miles offshore Corpus Christi, Texas, Thursday afternoon.
The Cyprus Shipping Chamber (CSC) expresses its growing frustration at the ineffectiveness of the international community to address the continuing piracy crisis in the Gulf of Guinea.