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Costamare takes bulker fleet to 37 with acquisition of 21 vessels Costamare takes bulker fleet to 37 with acquisition of 21 vessels
Tsunami watch issued for Hawaii after 8.2M quake hits Alaska Tsunami watch issued for Hawaii after 8.2M quake hits Alaska
Aden Port Reports 'Great Difficulty' In Refloating Sunken Tanker Aden Port Reports 'Great Difficulty' In Refloating Sunken Tanker
USS Gerald R. Ford Completes Latest Round of Explosive Shock Trials USS Gerald R. Ford Completes Latest Round of Explosive Shock Trials
Delta Cases Rise on Containership in New Zealand Delta Cases Rise on Containership in New Zealand
Iran's Biggest Naval Vessel Enters Baltic Sea Iran's Biggest Naval Vessel Enters Baltic Sea
Cutting Commences on Sixth Section of Golden Ray Wreck Cutting Commences on Sixth Section of Golden Ray Wreck
Putin Touts Navy's New Hypersonic Nuclear Missiles Putin Touts Navy’s New Hypersonic Nuclear Missiles
Indian Union Accuses China Of Unofficial Seafarer Ban Indian Union Accuses China Of Unofficial Seafarer Ban
Putin Authorizes Attacks On Royal Navy Putin Authorizes Attacks On Royal Navy
Chinese Hackers Stole Hydroacoustic Data From Vietnam Chinese Hackers Stole Hydroacoustic Data From Vietnam
Putin Reviews New Short Sea Shipping Plans To Bypass Suez Canal Putin Reviews New Short Sea Shipping Plans To Bypass Suez Canal
US waives sanctions on Nord Stream 2 operator US waives sanctions on Nord Stream 2 operator
One Filipino crew died, one hospitalized, ship under quarantine in Bulgaria One Filipino crew died, one hospitalized, ship under quarantine in Bulgaria
China Challenges Singapore as Asia's Top Bunker Supplier China Challenges Singapore as Asia’s Top Bunker Supplier
MSC, Oldendorff Carriers join Methanol Institute MSC, Oldendorff Carriers join Methanol Institute
Royal Navy To Permanently Deploy Two Warships To Asia Royal Navy To Permanently Deploy Two Warships To Asia
Ever Given will need repairs Ever Given will need repairs
U.S. Appeals Court Blocks Florida's Suspension of CDC Cruise Ship Rules U.S. Appeals Court Blocks Florida’s Suspension of CDC Cruise Ship Rules
China Sends Two Spy Ships To US-Australia Naval Exercise China Sends Two Spy Ships To US-Australia Naval Exercise
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Costamare takes bulker fleet to 37 with acquisition of 21 vessels

The ships acquired include the 2012-built, 83,500 dwt Spring Aeolian, the 2010-built, 82,200 dwt Jaigarh, the 11-year-old, 55,500 dwt Darya Lakshmi and the 13-year-old, 76,600 dwt Imperial Rose.

Tsunami watch issued for Hawaii after 8.2M quake hits Alaska

A tsunami watch was issued for Hawaii on Wednesday evening following a large earthquake off the Alaska peninsula.

Aden Port Reports 'Great Difficulty' In Refloating Sunken Tanker

The oil ship 'Dia' which had been moored and abandoned at Al-Bariqah since 2014, a dumping ground west off the main port, reported having started sinking on Thursday.

USS Gerald R. Ford Completes Latest Round of Explosive Shock Trials

The latest Full Ship Shock Trials (FSST) test took place in the Atlantic Ocean on July 16th, on the fourth anniversary of the ship’s commissioning.

Delta Cases Rise on Containership in New Zealand

New Zealand health officials have confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 on board the containership Mattina, bringing the total number of confirmed cases on the ship to 15.

Iran's Biggest Naval Vessel Enters Baltic Sea

The much-scrutinized journey of the Iranian logistics platform IRINS Makran has taken a new turn - into the Baltic.

Cutting Commences on Sixth Section of Golden Ray Wreck

On Thursday, salvors on the Golden Ray wreck removal project in St. Simons Sound, Georgia began work on the sixth cut through the vessel's hull.

Putin Touts Navy’s New Hypersonic Nuclear Missiles

President Vladimir Putin used a Navy Day parade to deliver his latest reminder of Russia’s military muscle, touting the nation’s hypersonic nuclear weapons at a ceremony in his hometown of St. Petersburg.

Indian Union Accuses China Of Unofficial Seafarer Ban

This is not the first incident of China banning Indian seafarers. Earlier this year, 18 Indian crewmembers of the MSC ship Anastasia were stranded off the coast of China after being denied entry.

Putin Authorizes Attacks On Royal Navy

Putin said last month Russia could have sunk the British warship HMS Defender, that it accused of illegally entering its territorial waters, without starting World War Three and said the United States played a role in the “provocation.”

Chinese Hackers Stole Hydroacoustic Data From Vietnam

The accusations, which China has said were fabricated and politically motivated, were outlined in a 30-page U.S. court indictment detailing the activities of what it said was a front company run by Chinese state security in Hainan, a Chinese island province near Southeast Asia.

Putin Reviews New Short Sea Shipping Plans To Bypass Suez Canal

This week Russian President Vladimir Putin met with the country’s shipbuilding executives to review plans to prioritize short sea shipping with the hope of bypassing the Suez Canal.

US waives sanctions on Nord Stream 2 operator

On Wednesday the Biden administration hit Russian companies and ships with fresh sanctions for their work on the project. But Biden opted not to sanction the Swiss-registered Russian firm Nord Stream 2 AG, which is tasked with managing the project.

One Filipino crew died, one hospitalized, ship under quarantine in Bulgaria

One crew member was admitted to a hospital in Burgas on July 14. Unfortunately, the crew member passed away on July 19. Currently a second crew member is in hospital.

China Challenges Singapore as Asia’s Top Bunker Supplier

Singapore is facing the greatest competition yet to its status as the dominant marine fuel supplier in Asia, with China luring more ships to its shores following a rapid expansion of its port and refining facilities.

MSC, Oldendorff Carriers join Methanol Institute

Swiss shipping major MSC Group and German dry bulk shipping company have become the newest members of the Methanol Institute (MI).

Royal Navy To Permanently Deploy Two Warships To Asia

by Tim Kelly (Reuters) Britain said on Tuesday it would permanently deploy two warships in Asian waters after its HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier and escort ships sail to Japan in September through seas where China is vying for influence with the United States and Japan.

Ever Given will need repairs

The Ever Given, this year’s most famous ship, will need repairs. The Evergreen-operated vessel came to worldwide attention in March when it grounded and blocked the Suez Canal for six days.

U.S. Appeals Court Blocks Florida’s Suspension of CDC Cruise Ship Rules

Last month, U.S. District Judge Steven Merryday in siding with Republican-led Florida found the state was “highly likely” to show the CDC exceeded its authority in adopting rules governing the resumption of cruise ship sailing.

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