Watch: World’s First Diver-Less Remote Hyperbaric Tie-In Completed
Resolve Marine Removes Wreck from Sea Turtle Nesting Site
ITF: Crew Claim Exploitation and Discrimination
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Resolve Marine Removes Wreck from Sea Turtle Nesting Site

Resolve Marine Group reports that it has completed the removal of the cement carrier Raysutt II from an environmentally-sensitive beach at Salalah, Oman.  The Raysutt II departed the port of Salalah last May following an order from the port authorities to evacuate...

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Watch: World’s First Diver-Less Remote Hyperbaric Tie-In Completed

DeepOcean has conducted the world's first offshore diver-less remote hyperbaric tie-in operation with the successful completion of the 36-inch oil export pipe spool tie in project on the Johan ...

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ITF: Crew Claim Exploitation and Discrimination

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has been contacted by current and ex-crew members from Blumenthal vessels who have allegedly recounted stories of intimidation, threats a...

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Canada Funds Coast Guard Fleet Renewal Program

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced plans for the construction of up to 18 new Coast Guard ships. Total funding for the 18 large ships is $15.7 billion, which represents early ...

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"K" Line Cuts Executives' Pay

Japanese shipping company Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha ("K" Line) has announced that it has reduced its executives pay by 10 percent for six months, starting April. The move has been m...

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Russia Readies World's Largest Monolithic Fiberglass Ship

Russia will launch the Vladimir Yemelyanov on May 30 claiming the minesweeper to be the world's largest hull made of monolithic fiberglass. She is being built at the Sredne-N...

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Op-Ed: China is Well-Placed to Make Shipping "Green"

[By Ned Molloy] The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, said last month that his country’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) to stimulate global trade and integration must be &ldqu...

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Vertical Turbine Developed for Onboard Renewable Energy

Two European companies are collaborating to introduce vertical wind turbines as a renewable energy source for ships. The Swiss company Bonum Engineering and Consultancy and the Finnish sh...

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MEPC 74 Approves Revisions of MARPOL Annex IV and its Guidelines

To protect marine water from ships’ sewage discharges is no less important than any other environmental aspirations of the IMO. But its reality is ...

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Time to Take Another Look at Satellite AIS Data

Modern data analytics are making AIS data more relevant than ever before. The maritime space is undergoing a digital revolution: innovators worldwide are applying advanced analytics and data fusion...

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Wreck of Last American Slave Ship Confirmed

The wreck of the last slave ship ever to reach American shores has been found in a river delta near Mobile, Alabama, according to the state's historical commission.  In 1860...

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