Russia on Thursday has begun shipping grains from Ukraine’s occupied territory, with a vessel that was loaded with 7,000 tons of cereal from Ukraine’s port of Berdyansk, which is occupied.
Videos from terrified passengers on a Norwegian Cruise vessel were able to capture an iceberg struck by a vessel near Alaska. Per CNN, the Norwegian Sun was on a nine-night-long trip, sailing toward Hubbard Glacier in Alaska when it unexpectedly rammed into a “growler” iceberg on Saturday.
A crewless, intuitive robotic boat that was retracing the sea voyage of the 1620 Mayflower has landed close to the Plymouth Rock.
Kongsberg Maritime’s Dunfermline facility has announced a contract to supply Aquarius 50 Retractable Fin Stabilisers for two new ferries to be built by the Cemre Shipyard in Turkey for Scotland’s Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited.
On 31st March 2022, Maersk Minder docked at Fitjar Mekanisk Verksted in Norway, ready for the installation of a battery: a container-based hybrid power system built by Wärtsila.
APM Terminals has implemented its industry-leading global container tracking solution in Valencia. Known as Track & Trace, customers can now access real-time data for their containers, check live vessel schedules and cut-off times, save containers to a Container Watchlist and set up email notifications.
Seafarers Hospital Society Partners With Ocean Technologies Group To Improve Seafarer Physical Health
Seafarers Hospital Society (SHS) has developed a new physiotherapy video to empower seafarers to avoid work-related injuries through exercise.
The Department of the Navy implemented a Safe-to-Report Policy for victims of sexual assault on June 29, eliminating a critical barrier to service member reporting of sexual assault.
The successful construction of the world’s highest specification drillship, based on the Group’s proprietary Jurong Espadon 3T design, attests to Sembcorp Marine’s continuous progress up the value chain and proven capabilities in providing leading-edge advanced drilling rigs solutions.
TOKYO-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. today announced that the Japan Federation of Pilots’ Association has presented its Best Quality Ship Award for fiscal year (FY) 2021 to two MOL-operated vessels—the LNG carrier LNG SATURN and the bulk carrier TAIYO.