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NTSB Issues Report on the Sinking of the Scandies Rose NTSB Issues Report on the Sinking of the Scandies Rose
WATER IS LIFE, LET'S HELP WATER IS LIFE, LET'S HELP
UK flag overhaul looks to Singapore for inspiration UK flag overhaul looks to Singapore for inspiration
Singapore Reports Negative COVID Tests Clearing Royal Caribbean Ship Singapore Reports Negative COVID Tests Clearing Royal Caribbean Ship
Hapag-Lloyd Reports 2020 Transport Volume Recovery Hapag-Lloyd Reports 2020 Transport Volume Recovery
ZIM reports all-time record Q3 profit ZIM reports all-time record Q3 profit
MSC moves for six boxships in $158m deal MSC moves for six boxships in $158m deal
Golden Ray Salvage: VB10000 Set to Arrive in St. Simons Sound Next Week Golden Ray Salvage: VB10000 Set to Arrive in St. Simons Sound Next Week
Mauritius Denies Bail to Wakashio's Captain Mauritius Denies Bail to Wakashio’s Captain
Forfeiture of Iranian Gasoline From Venezuela-Bound Tanker Forfeiture of Iranian Gasoline From Venezuela-Bound Tanker
Report: Saudi Arabia warns of an oil slick near Yemen's decaying tanker Report: Saudi Arabia warns of an oil slick near Yemen’s decaying tanker
Massive Chinese Fishing Fleet Leaves Area Near the Galapagos Islands Massive Chinese Fishing Fleet Leaves Area Near the Galapagos Islands
Independent Report Released into Hurtigruten's Handling of COVID-19 Independent Report Released into Hurtigruten's Handling of COVID-19
Report: More Ammonium Nitrate Found at Port of Beirut Report: More Ammonium Nitrate Found at Port of Beirut
Wakashio captain faces 60 years in jail Wakashio captain faces 60 years in jail
Preliminary Report Shows No Oil Found in Dead Dolphins in Mauritius Preliminary Report Shows No Oil Found in Dead Dolphins in Mauritius
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NTSB Issues Report on the Sinking of the Scandies Rose

The National Transportation Safety Board has completed its investigation into the loss of the fishing vessel Scandies Rose off Sutwik Island, Alaska on New Years' Eve 2019.

WATER IS LIFE, LET'S HELP

Now because of our environment, our state's power and air pollution has grown out of control. As a result, harmful emissions from power plants shot up last year, soaring in the fall and air-conditioned summer turning from crunch to crisis.

UK flag overhaul looks to Singapore for inspiration

The article, headlined ‘UK draws up plans to rival Singapore with post-Brexit shipping regime’, makes clear the British admiration of Singapore’s business regime.

Singapore Reports Negative COVID Tests Clearing Royal Caribbean Ship

The Singapore Ministry of Health cleared Royal Caribbean International’s cruise ship the Quantum of the Seas to disembark its passengers after reporting that it received negative test results for the passenger suspected of having COVID-19.

Hapag-Lloyd Reports 2020 Transport Volume Recovery

German container liner Hapag-Lloyd expects transport volumes in the fourth quarter to pare sharp losses seen earlier this year as a demand recovery in Asia lifts seaborne shipments.

ZIM reports all-time record Q3 profit

Underscoring the remarkable bounce back of container shipping from reduced volumes due to Covid-19 lockdowns in the first half of the year, ZIM has reported its highest ever Q3 profit.

MSC moves for six boxships in $158m deal

Swiss-headquartered container line Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) is set to increase its owned fleet by six according to broking reports.

Golden Ray Salvage: VB10000 Set to Arrive in St. Simons Sound Next Week

The heavy lift vessel VB10000 will soon head to St. Simons Sound in Georgia where it will prepare for cutting and lifting operations in the salvage of the Golden Ray wreck.

Mauritius Denies Bail to Wakashio’s Captain

Mauritius rejected an application for bail made by Sunil Kumar Nandeshwar, the captain of the MV Wakashio that sunk off its southeastern coast in July.

Forfeiture of Iranian Gasoline From Venezuela-Bound Tanker

American authorities claim to have intercepted several shipments of Iranian petroleum in August 2020, forcing at least two vessels to bring their cargo to US ports.

Report: Saudi Arabia warns of an oil slick near Yemen’s decaying tanker

An oil spot has been identified some 50 km west of the Safer oil tanker moored off the western coast of Yemen, Reuters reported citing a letter from Saudi Arabia to the UN Security Council.

Massive Chinese Fishing Fleet Leaves Area Near the Galapagos Islands

Ecuador’s navy said on Tuesday that Chinese fishing vessels have gradually left the area near the Galapagos Islands and are now operating in international waters off Peru, following months of fishing that spurred criticism from environmental groups.

Independent Report Released into Hurtigruten's Handling of COVID-19

“The outbreak on MS Roald Amundsen was not due to a single incident or an individual's actions. The situation arose as a result of a series of events and actions,” said Jan Fougner a lawyer at the Wiersholm firm in Oslo that led the investigation assisted by DNV GL. ”The report provides several recommendations to prevent such a situation from happening again.”

Report: More Ammonium Nitrate Found at Port of Beirut

The Lebanese Army has discovered more than 140of potentially explosive ammonium nitrate at the Port of Beirut, according to the local Daily Star. The find comes just weeks after a massive ammonium nitrate explosion leveled the central port area and destroyed much of the city's waterfront, killing nearly 200 people.

Wakashio captain faces 60 years in jail

The captain of the split vessel Wakashio is facing 60 years of imprisonment for failing to safely navigate the vessel in Mauritius waters, reports said.

Preliminary Report Shows No Oil Found in Dead Dolphins in Mauritius

The cause of death of 27 dolphins that washed up in Mauritius near the site of an oil spill remains unclear after two of the animals showed no trace of oil in their bodies, a preliminary autopsy report showed on Thursday.

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