Float out of the first mega block of AIDAnova on 11.12.2017 at the shipyard MEYER WERFT in Papenburg (Germany). AIDAnova becomes the first ship of the so-called Helios class that MEYER WERFT builds.
Established to support the growth in development of new solutions for autonomous maritime operations, the new area is open to both Norwegian and international organisations.
Damen Shipyards Galati launched a FRV 7417 for the Angolan Ministry of Fisheries. The FRV has Silent A/F/R Class notation.
HRAS launches the second in its series of freely available educational films and accompanying infographics concerning maritime human rights protections and their impact on the maritime community.
After being adrift and off course for months in the Pacific Ocean, two women and their two dogs were rescued Wednesday by Sasebo-based amphibious dock landing ship USS Ashland (LSD-48).
Nb. 445, named as ‘Snow Crystal’ is the first ship in a series of two from a new design that was developed for Erik Thun AB from Lidkoping, Sweden.
Hywind Scotland, becomes the first floating wind farm in the world, has started to deliver electricity to the Scottish grid.
The delivery of two Mantsinen 300 cranes weighed nearly 800 000 kg. The cranes were transported from Finland fully mounted and ready for operation by using a special ro-ro vessel.
In this revolutionary TEDx talk titled, ‘Social Ransom’, Capt. Yogiraj Khanwelkar talks about the social phenomenon that has successfully plagued our lives and pushed us into a bottomless pit of materialism and consumption.
Maiden grounding of the Maersk Connector at Morecambe Bay, during pull-in of export cable for DONG Energy’s Walney Extension Offshore Wind Farm.
Throughout the maritime world, the technical regulations developed and adopted by IMO are well known.
In order to make the navigation experience a realistic one, HR Wallingford’s hydrodynamic model uses data from tide gauges and flow measurements along the Thames to simulate realistic flow and tide conditions on the river, and its Naval Architects have developed a suite of realistic ship manoeuvring models for the vessels used in the simulation.
Human Rights at Sea continues to support the case of the crew of the MV Seaman Guard Ohio, including the British maritime security guards who were detained on 12th October 2013.
NASSCO welcomed USS Makin Island to its Master Ship Repair facility in San Diego. The 843’ long and 104’ wide Amphibious Assault Ship docked on Friday at a weight of 30,693 long tons.
Panama Canal welcomed the largest capacity vessel to ever transit the Expanded Locks, the CMA CGM Theodore Roosevelt, which began its voyage from Asia.
Britain’s future flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth sailed into her home port of Portsmouth for the first time on 16th August.
On August 14th the CSCL JUPITER ran aground on the river Scheldt. She is to stuck to be pulled free by the tugboats at this moment.
An estimated 650 jobs in total, all in a day’s work (17 days’ work) for the ship and fleet team managing the LNG carrier Tangguh Hiri drydocking in Singapore.
Following the launch of IMO’s film on the IMO Polar Code, a new video focused on search and rescued in polar regions is being published today.
The U.S. Navy partnered with Oak Ridge National Laboratory to 3D print its first submersible that could be used to deploy logistics capabilities and sensors.
Maritime Prefecture of the Channel and the North Sea, in liaison with the CMA CGM Group and Les Abeilles, organized a towing exercise between, CMA CGM Marco Polo, and the Abeille Languedoc.
At 488m in length, and longer than four football pitches, Shell’s Prelude FLNG facility was always going to represent a formidable challenge even for the skilled tug masters who were charged with towing the facility.
A maritime focus on the application of human rights in the maritime environment and the start of a series of films designed to used for educational purposes.
A hundred lucky guests recently got an exclusive look behind the scenes of Europe’s second biggest seaport at the HPA Insider Tour.