The Tina 1, owned by Technomar Shipping of Greece and on charter to Maersk, ploughed into the wreck of the Shahraz boxship late on Sunday night having departed Singapore for Jakarta.
Three crewmembers have been abducted from a small tanker off the coast of Nigeria, the latest incident in an exceptionally busy year for piracy in the Gulf of Guinea.
The HM Coastguard has ended a major search and rescue operation for two missing fisherman after their vessel sank Saturday morning off Newhaven, England.
View of Viking Line cruise ferry Viking Grace after it ran aground with some 300 passengers in south of Mariehamn, autonomous Aland Islands territory, Finland November 21, 2020.
Port officials said container operations have returned to normal following the incident and no crew members were injured in the incident.
The National Transportation Safety Board identified an inadequate preload procedure as the probable cause in its investigation of the overturning of the liftboat Kristin Faye in the Gulf of Mexico.
The 138,600 dwt containership One Aquila arrived in Tacoma, Washington this afternoon for an unscheduled stop after having suffered a collapse of containers during its trans-Pacific crossing.
An offshore workbarge sunk at the Baram field in Malaysian waters this morning, sparking a huge rescue operation.
The 4,533 teu Maersk Launceston collided with a Greek navy minehunter off Piraeus at 7.30 am local time this morning.
A crew member of a bulk carrier berthed at Providence, Rhode Island, USA, fell into cargo hold in the evening Oct 24.
Officials say a rescue operation is underway for three missing crew members of a Russian oil tanker that experienced an explosion in the Sea of Azov.
The saga of the crew aboard the tanker Gulf Sky continues according to the NGO Human Rights at Sea and the Commonwealth of Dominica Maritime Administration.
Three rescue boats with Royal National Lifeboat Institution came to the rescue of a cargo ship that had lost power and was in danger of hitting rocks in southeast Ireland on Tuesday.
For the second time in less than twenty-four hours, there was an attack on a vessel in the Gulf of Guinea. While it appears the crew of the second vessel was able to protect themselves, the two incidents highlight the growing threat to vessels in this area of the world.
For the second time in a month, the Indian Coast Guard has been called upon to assist in fighting a fire aboard a commercial ship at sea. They are currently assisting with a container fire aboard a vessel operating regional service.
A Finnish passenger-car ferry, the Amorella, grounded on September 20, in the Aland Islands during one of its daily voyages between Turku, Finland, and Stockholm, Sweden. None of the passengers or crew were injured, but the vessel remains hard aground with reports of damage.
Crane collapsed, crane operator sustained injures and was hospitalized. MSC MIA was anchored at Valencia outer anchorage, and as of 1300 UTC Sep 13, remained anchored. Her next port of call is Gioia Tauro, Italy.
A ferry in Bangladesh carrying around 40 passengers capsized after colliding with a sand-laden vessel on Wednesday, leaving at least 11 people dead and many more missing, officials said.
A team of experts from the Sri Lanka Navy and the salvage company hired by the owner of the fire-damaged supertanker New Diamond has boarded the vessel for the first time after several days of fighting a fire on board.