The first convictions under renewed anti-piracy laws were made in Nigeria on Wednesday. This comes as a boost to those who believe that piracy in the Gulf of Guinea could be curbed only via legal actions.
10th August may well be a historic day in the Indian maritime chapter as the Indian Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, announced a $1 billion investment to develop a trans-shipment hub in the Indian Islands of Andaman and Nicobar.
Check this amazing drone video of a drug-smuggling freighter which was sunk to form an artificial reef in the waters of Florida, USA.
With COVID-19 impacting all sectors of the economy, the cruise industry has been particularly brought to its knees. Now the question that arises is – Where did hundreds of these humongous cruise ships go?
An amphibious assault vehicle (AAV) accident in the Southern Californian coast has led to the death of one U.S. Marine. Eight others are supposedly missing after the incident.
Norwegian cruise line Hurtigruten made headlines around the world when it became among the very first cruise ships to operate during the pandemic.
We were not joking when we said all of the largest, fastest, as well as shiniest altogether. That’s because Heesen Yachts’ brand new 265-foot superyacht, Cosmos has it all.
The Department of Foreign Affairs(DFA) reported that they have single-handedly repatriated more than 40,000 Filipino seafarers in July alone.
Check out the video of the world’s largest and most powerful engine – Wärtsilä RT-flex96C.