The Connecticut Maritime Association (CMA) has named Gary Vogel, CEO of Stamford, Conn.-headquartered Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc. (NASDAQ: EGLE) as its Commodore for the year 2022. The 2022 Commodore Award will be
In one of the latest fall outs from Genting Hong Kong’s liquidation filing, its Miami-headquartered luxury cruise brand Crystal Cruises yesterday announced that it was suspending operations. Following is the text of
The first fully-electric, high-speed passenger ferry in the southern hemisphere recently made its debut in Wellington, New Zealand. The 19 meter long ferry, the Ika Rere, can carry up to 132 passengers
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has released its spend plans, outlining the Civil Works studies, projects and programs that the Corps will implement in Fiscal Year 2022. The plans include $22.81
Looking for what’s ahead in the dry bulk shipping markets? The thermometer usually used to measure the health of the dry bulk market is the Baltic Dry Index, and through the first
The Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) ended the year in 2021 strengthening its economic benefit to the region and state with wins across all four of its lines of business: cargo,
By Matthew Spolarich, CDR, U.S. Coast Guard, Marine Safety Unit Houma Wire rope and its associated cable assemblies are an essential part of the marine industry in a variety of load-handling applications.
“The future is already here,” said Columbia Shipmanagement (CSM) President and CEO Mark O’Neil, as he addressed an audience in Manila, Philippines, recently. The Mark O’Neil that the audience saw and interacted
Two former spill response vessels have been acquired by Hornblower Group, which is to offer them for charter as multipurpose supply vessels through its Seaward Services Inc. subsidiary. Now named the Seaward
The Construction and Operations Plan (COP) for South Fork Wind, New York’s first offshore wind farm, has received approval from the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM).