Berge Bulk ship fitteed with Anemoi rotor sails

Berge Bulk puts Anemoi rotor sails on a Valemax

Singapore-headquartered Berge Bulk reports that its 388,000 dwt Valemax ore carrier Berge Neblina is now en route to Brazil fitted with four Anemoi rotor sails. Each is 35 meters tall and has

ATB grounding

NTSB reports on role of ECS in $1.47 million Alaska ATB grounding

An articulated tug and barge (ATB) unit hit a known underwater rock near Kodiak, Alaska, last year, leading to a grounding that caused $1.47 million in damages, the National Transportation Safety Board

New Disney ship for Japan served as backdrop at announcement

Meyer Werft to build new Disney ship for Japan

Disney and Japan’s Oriental Land Co., Ltd. (OLC) , which owns and operates the Tokyo Disney Resort, have reached a new agreement that will bring year-round Disney cruise vacations to Japan. It

First NSMV training ship, Empire State VII

New SUNY Maritime training ship hit by tech problems

While social media posts indicate that SUNY Maritime College cadets look to be having a memorable time in their first Summer Sea Term aboard the school’s new training ship the Empire State

Lacey Greene

Nichols Brothers Boat Builders names Lacey Greene VP new construction sales

Freeland, Wash., based Nichols Brothers Boat Builders (NBBB) has appointed Lacey Greene as vice president, new construction sales. Greene returns to Nichols Brothers after a period serving as business development coordinator at

Ferry following retrofit

Gladding-Hearn redelivers Bermuda ferry following major refit

The Government of Bermuda’s Marine and Port Services has taken delivery of the 700-passenger ferry Bermudian after a major refit at Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding. Engineering and project management were jointly handled by the

New Saltchuk Marine tug

Eastern to build four new CARB-compliant escort tugs for Saltchuk

Panama City, Fla., based Eastern Shipbuilding Group (ESG) reports that it has been awarded a contract to construct four new Robert Allan Ltd. RApport 2600 escort tugs for Saltchuk Marine. They will

Hornblower Group CEO

Hornblower Group completes its restructuring

Hornblower Group, which filed for Chapter 11 protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas in February, reported on July 3 that it has successfully completed its financial

Houthi attacks harm international trade

New DIA report details effects of Houthi attacks on international trade

The U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has released a new report detailing how Houthi maritime attacks have affected international trade and are supported by an expansion of military capabilities with help from

DOF Group and Maersk Supply Service to merge

DOF Group in $1.1 billion agreement to acquire (most of) Maersk Supply

Goodbye Maersk Supply, hello Maersk Offshore Wind … and a bigger DOF Group fleet. Maersk Supply Service, which is a subsidiary of A.P. Moller Holding, announced on Tuesday that it is forming