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Russia's newest corvette conducts the first launch of cruise missile off Pacific coast Russia’s newest corvette conducts the first launch of cruise missile off Pacific coast
Map details rising incidents of crew abandonment Map details rising incidents of crew abandonment
Jeff Bezos urged by shipping bodies to support stranded seafarers Jeff Bezos urged by shipping bodies to support stranded seafarers
Volkswagen to operate ships on vegetable oil to slash emissions Volkswagen to operate ships on vegetable oil to slash emissions
Korean Trade Commission Fines GTT Over LNG Licensing and Sales Tactics Korean Trade Commission Fines GTT Over LNG Licensing and Sales Tactics
China labels Australian coal as poor quality, 66 bulk carriers and more than 1,000 seafarers left stranded China labels Australian coal as poor quality, 66 bulk carriers and more than 1,000 seafarers left stranded
MOL Tests First Technology to Capture Microplastics in Ballast Water MOL Tests First Technology to Capture Microplastics in Ballast Water
Russia accuses US Navy destroyer of violating territorial waters in Sea of Japan Russia accuses US Navy destroyer of violating territorial waters in Sea of Japan
Fincantieri to build new ship repair yard in Mexico Fincantieri to build new ship repair yard in Mexico
U.S. CDC Recommends Against All Cruise Ship Travel U.S. CDC Recommends Against All Cruise Ship Travel
Osprey Group bags Moray East OWF contract Osprey Group bags Moray East OWF contract
Iran seizes Panama-flagged vessel for alleged fuel smuggling Iran seizes Panama-flagged vessel for alleged fuel smuggling
Oceangoing warship 'Rudaki' joins IRGC navy Oceangoing warship 'Rudaki' joins IRGC navy
Australian SAR Plane Airdrops Emergency Supplies to Freighter Australian SAR Plane Airdrops Emergency Supplies to Freighter
Thomas Wilhelmsen battles for control of family empire Thomas Wilhelmsen battles for control of family empire
Mexico Detains Heavy Lift Ship Carrying Cocaine-Laden Catamaran Mexico Detains Heavy Lift Ship Carrying Cocaine-Laden Catamaran
A Cost-Effective, Environmentally Compliant Sealing Solution A Cost-Effective, Environmentally Compliant Sealing Solution
Five crew kidnapped off Nigeria Five crew kidnapped off Nigeria
Barge Strike Closes Drawbridge Near Norfolk Barge Strike Closes Drawbridge Near Norfolk
14 crew kidnapped from Chinese heavylift vessel in the Gulf of Guinea 14 crew kidnapped from Chinese heavylift vessel in the Gulf of Guinea
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Russia’s newest corvette conducts the first launch of cruise missile off Pacific coast

The latest corvette of Project 20380 (Steregushchiy-class), Aldar Tsydenzhapov, built for Russia’s Pacific Fleet conducted its first launch of an Uran cruise missile against a naval target in the Peter the Great Gulf in the Primorye Region, the Fleet’s press office reported on 25th November.

Map details rising incidents of crew abandonment

Cases of desperate shipowners abandoning their vessels and crews last spiked in 2017, but the number of incidents is now heading back up.

Jeff Bezos urged by shipping bodies to support stranded seafarers

“As one of the world’s most prominent entrepreneurs, you have unparalleled influence, which we hope you will use to join us in pushing public recognition of seafarers as key workers, and champion the cause at the highest levels of government, including in the United States with the incoming Biden administration,” the shipping bodies wrote in the letter.

Volkswagen to operate ships on vegetable oil to slash emissions

In an effort to lower its CO2 emissions by as much as 85% on certain vehicle shipments in Europe, car manufacturer Volkswagen Group will bunker two of its vehicle carriers with biofuel under a new partnership with Dutch fuel supplier GoodFuels

Korean Trade Commission Fines GTT Over LNG Licensing and Sales Tactics

In a dispute over licensing and sales tactics related to the construction of LNG ships, South Korea’s antitrust regulators took the unusual step of fining France’s Gaztransport & Technigaz S.A. (GTT) for unfair sales tactics and ordering a correction.

China labels Australian coal as poor quality, 66 bulk carriers and more than 1,000 seafarers left stranded

China has labelled Australian coal as poor quality as hundreds of seafarers languish on stranded bulk carriers off the Chinese coastline, unable to offload their cargoes in the ongoing political spat between Beijing and Canberra.

MOL Tests First Technology to Capture Microplastics in Ballast Water

In a first of its kind demonstration project, Japan’s Mitsui O.S.K. Lines in collaboration with the Miura Company have developed and tested a water filtration device to capture the plastics.

Russia accuses US Navy destroyer of violating territorial waters in Sea of Japan

Russia has accused a US naval vessel of "operating illegally" in territorial waters in the Sea of Japan near the country's far east.

Fincantieri to build new ship repair yard in Mexico

Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri has signed a letter of intent with the Ministry of Economic Development and Labour of the Yucatán State (Mexico) for the design and construction of a new ship repair, conversion and maintenance yard.

U.S. CDC Recommends Against All Cruise Ship Travel

he U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Saturday it recommended that all people avoid cruise ship travel as the risk of COVID-19 on liners is very high.

Osprey Group bags Moray East OWF contract

The Osprey Group has won a contract to provide handling and storage services for the spare export cable for the Moray East offshore wind farm.

Iran seizes Panama-flagged vessel for alleged fuel smuggling

The semi-official Fars news agency did not give the nationality of the crew members or other details of the incident in its report.

Oceangoing warship 'Rudaki' joins IRGC navy

The ceremony of joining the ocean-going warship “Rudaki” to Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Navy was held in the presence of the IRGC's Commander-in-Chief in Bandar-Abbas, southern Iran.

Australian SAR Plane Airdrops Emergency Supplies to Freighter

Over the course of the past five days, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority arranged a medical intervention for an injured aboard a freighter in the Indian Ocean.

Thomas Wilhelmsen battles for control of family empire

Wilhelmsen took the reins at the family’s holding company via his holding of A shares following the suicide of his father, Wilhelm Wilhelmsen, in February this year.

Mexico Detains Heavy Lift Ship Carrying Cocaine-Laden Catamaran

Mexican authorities are detaining a heavy lift vessel after the discovery of cocaine hidden aboard one of the sailboats the vessel was transporting and offloaded in Mexico. An investigation is ongoing into the circumstances.

A Cost-Effective, Environmentally Compliant Sealing Solution

The Wärtsilä Airguard two pipe system can be easily installed which means less time in dry dock, less space in the engine room and more time on focusing on business operations.

Five crew kidnapped off Nigeria

Criminal syndicates are trawling the seas of West Africa, swooping for kidnap for ransom targets with security firms describing the current risk levels as critical.

Barge Strike Closes Drawbridge Near Norfolk

The U.S. Coast Guard has launched an investigation into the circumstances of an allision between a barge and a bridge span on the Intracoastal Waterway near Chesapeake, Virginia.

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