Consolidating its leadership as a haven for crews stuck on board ships due to COVID-19
Archives for July 2020
NYK became one of the first shipping companies to become a member of the Hydrogen Council,* a global initiative of leading energy, transport and industry companies with a united vision and long-term ambition for hydrogen to foster the energy transition.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has banned the Liberian-flagged bulk carrier Agia Sofia from Australian ports for six months.
In April 2020, Resolve Marine Alaska (Resolve) mobilized teams and resources in response to a mining platform barge used for placer gold mining that was grounded in shallow water west of Nome Harbor.
Driven by the impending IMO 2020 sulphur cap, the scrubber market was in the middle of a historic boom when Reksten joined Yara Marine from parent company Yara International a couple of years ago.
Watch the video of the float out of the brand new cruise ship “Spirit Of Adventure” At Meyer Werft Shipyard.
Water Jet Propulsion is a popular form of propulsion system used in the marine industry. Let’s take a look at water jet propulsion, its working principle, and the advantages that offers.
Hong Kong’s third wave of the coronavirus outbreak is at its most severe in the last 7 months, meaning that it should now ready itself for stringent protocols to avoid community spread in its efforts to fight the pandemic in the next two weeks.
TUI cruises, a German Company, will be the first cruise line to sail after lockdowns around the world forced cruise companies to shut down operations. The ship, named “Mein Schiff 2”, will be sailing with 1,200 passengers on board.