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JUNE 19, 2015 — A Lego brick model of the Queen Mary that's now on display on the iconic ocean liner in the Port of Long Beach is the world's largest Lego model of a…
JUNE 19, 2015 — Towage operator Kotug yesterday named its latest Damen Shipyards ART 80-32 Hybrid Rotortug during the annual Herring Party it hosts in the Port of Bremerhaven, Germany. The Lady Sponsor was Ms.…
JUNE 19, 2015 — Solstad Offshore's 5,000 dwt Construction Support Vessel (CSV) Normand Pacific recently arrived at Gibraltar ship repair company Gibdock for its first special survey.Gibdock has built up a close working relationship with…
JUNE 19, 2015 — Scorpio Bulkers Inc. (NYSE: SALT) has armed itself with a "poison pill," in the form of a stockholder rights plan, as defense against possible acquisition. The moves comes after the company…
JUNE 19, 2015 — Every cruise line that anyone has ever heard of has already stopped calling Crimean ports since the Russian annexation of the area. Be that as it may, the Danish Maritime Authority…
JUNE 19, 2015—Last night, a cruise ship carrying 274 people allided with the wall in the Eisenhower Lock in the Saint Lawrence Seaway in Massena, NY, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. Local reports said…
JUNE 18, 2015 — Jack Prendergast has been named as the new President and CEO of VT Halter Marine, Pascagoula, MS. A retired U.S. Navy Rear Admiral, Prendergast joined the company in 2011 as an…
JUNE 18, 2015—IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee adopted the new mandatory code for ships fuelled by gases or other low-flashpoint fuels when it met at its 95th session at IMO’s headquarters in London from June 3…
JUNE 18, 2015 — Following the Panama Canal expansion in 2016, up to 10 percent of container traffic to the U.S. from East Asia could shift from West Coast ports to East Coast ports by…
JUNE 18, 2015 — Ships' officers and crews need to be more aware of the testing requirements for voyage data recorders, says the London P&I Club after investigation by its loss prevention team revealed VDR…
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