Marine insurance is another variant of the general term ‘insurance’ and as the name suggests is provided to ships, boats and most importantly, the cargo that is carried in them.
Clipper Ships are types of ancient merchant vessels which were famous for their speed and strength. Clipper ships are still used today in some parts of the world.
A rogue wave is twice the significant wave height of the region. They are bigger than the other water waves in the surrounding sea at that particular time, and can be deadly since they are unpredictable and may strike a ship anytime.
Tug Boats are small but powerful ships which are used to pull or push other large ships for maneuvering or salvage purpose
Santa Maria, Niña and the Pinta were the three Christopher Columbus Ships that discovered America. Find out more about these legendary ships in the article inside.
Contamination of seawater due to an oil pour, as a result of an accident, explosion, blowout or human error, is termed a marine oil spill. Let’s understand oil spill at sea and all aspects related to it.
International Maritime Organization or IMO is an agency of the United Nations that oversees the maritime industry by laying down rules, guidelines and measures to be followed by stakeholders and shipping companies.
Ship management deals with managing a ship or a fleet of other companies or independent owners. Know all about ship management in this article.
The Port of Los Angeles (LA), one of the largest in the United States, will be operating 24 hours a day to clear the queue of ships waiting outside.