Canadian locals found themselves in quite an uncanny situation when they saw two ships collide in a rather unusual manner within Canadian waters.
An excavator with the multitool was used for the first time in the port of Hamburg. Take a look for yourself in this episode of PORT IS WHAT WE DO.
If you go through the pictures of ships, or if you are lucky enough to see one, you might’ve noticed that most of them are painted red below the waterline. But do you know the reason? Let’s find out.
What exactly happens to all the gallons of wastewater which are produced on board ship? Where does the flush water from the toilet go? Is it simply dumped into the ocean? Let’s find out.
Blue Star Chios inaugurated the new summer route Piraeus-Mykonos-Mesta-Sigri Lesvos on Saturday, bringing 347 passengers and 107 cars.
Did you ever stop and wonder why a ship’s bridge is named so? The reason, however, maybe unravelled through the pages of navigation history, taking us to the very origins of human sailing and shipbuilding.
The twin-hull heavy lift vessel VB-10,000 uses its dynamic positioning system to maneuver into its mooring at the Port of Fernandina, Fla., July 3, 2020, for final modifications and function checks prior to heading to St. Simons Sound in early to mid-July.
BW LNG announced the delivery LNGC ‘BW Pavilion Aranthera’, a 173,400 cubic meters latest ME-GI dual-fuel two-stroke engine and full reliquefaction capabilities.