The blast on INS Ranvir, a destroyer ship that belongs to the Indian Navy, killed three personnel. The accident had resulted in 11 navy members experiencing injuries. The
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Yangtze River Three Gorges 1 is the biggest electric cruise vessel in the world to date. It has returned to Yichang, its homeport, after its trial voyage.
A keel-laying ceremony has been held for the ‘Ocean Albatros’, SunStone Ships’ new expedition cruise vessel, at the CMHI shipyard, China, on 20 January 2022.
Shipping companies regularly choose conversions to secure existing vessels a new life in another segment which increases the competitiveness of the tonnage. Why is this a sustainable choice?
MOL and Bombora have been working together to explore potential wave power projects in Japan and across the region as well as opportunities in Europe.
The maritime industry is growing ever more connected, with the majority of new build vessels today being built with integrated digital systems onboard.
Today’s arrival of the world’s first liquefied hydrogen carrier, the Suiso Frontier, in Victoria marks the success of the Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain (HESC) Pilot Project and the dawn of Australia’s hydrogen industry.
Located on the west coast of South Africa, Angola is the largest Portuguese speaking country only after Brazil. Let’s take a look at the major ports of Angola in this article.
On January 17, Jiangnan Shipbuilding, a subsidiary of China State Shipbuilding Corporation, joined hands with CSSC Trading and Anji Logistics, a subsidiary of SAIC Group, to sign a construction contract for two 7,600-space LNG dual-fuel ocean-going vehicle carriers. Lei Fanpei, Secretary of the Party Group and Chairman of China Shipbuilding Corporation, and Chen Hong, Secretary […]