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ALTAMIRA EXPRESS

Container Ship | Flag: Bermuda | Port: HAMILTON

SYDNEY EXPRESS

Container Ship | Flag: United Kingdom | Port: LONDON

PORTLAND EXPRESS

Container Ship | Flag: Bermuda | Port: HAMILTON

PARIS EXPRESS

Container Ship | Flag: Bermuda | Port: HAMILTON

LIVORNO EXPRESS

Container Ship | Flag: Bermuda | Port: HAMILTON

HOECHST EXPRESS

Container Ship | Flag: Bermuda | Port: HAMILTON

HEIDELBERG EXPRESS

Container Ship | Flag: Bermuda | Port: HAMILTON

MILAN EXPRESS

Container Ship | Flag: Bermuda | Port: HAMILTON

VALENCIA EXPRESS

Container Ship | Flag: Bermuda | Port: HAMILTON

FREMANTLE EXPRESS

Container Carrier | Flag: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland | Port: LONDON

BARCELONA EXPRESS

Container Carrier | Flag: Bermuda | Port: HAMILTON

GENOA EXPRESS

Container Carrier | Flag: Bermuda | Port: HAMILTON

NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS

Container Carrier | Flag: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland | Port: LONDON

ROME EXPRESS

Container Carrier | Flag: Bermuda | Port: HAMILTON

Maritime News

MarTID 2020: The Maritime Training Survey is Open

MarTID 2020: The Maritime Training Survey is Open

2 days ago
The third annual global Maritime Training Insights Database (MarTID) 2020 survey is officially open.To facilitate a broader response globally, the MarTID steering group again opted to both shorten the survey and to offer three, targeted versions for these three stakeholders:Vessel Operators,Training Institutions, andSeafarers.     Take the Survey     Vessel Operator survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2020MarTIDOperator     METI survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2020MarTIDMETI     Seafarer survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2020MarTIDSeafarerWhy is MarTID Important?This MarTID initiative is the first of its kind in the world.
Keel Laid for Canadian Navy Joint Support Ship

Keel Laid for Canadian Navy Joint Support Ship

2 days ago
North Vancouver shipbuilder Seaspan Shipyards on Thursday held a keel laying ceremony for the Royal Canadian Navy’s future joint support ship HMCS Protecteur.Scheduled for 2023 delivery, the newbuild is the first of two joint support ships to be constructed by Seaspan as part Canada's National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS). With a length of 173.7 meters and a breath of 24 meters, the vessel will be the largest naval ship by length ever built in Canada.“Today’s keel-laying ceremony represents another milestone in our commitment to provide modern, safe and effective vessels to members of the Royal Canadian Navy and the Coast Guard.
Search Called Off for Two Missing After Ship Collision

Search Called Off for Two Missing After Ship Collision

2 days ago
Responders have called off a search for two fisherman missing following a fatal ship collision near Galveston, Texas, the U.S. Coast Guard said on Thursday.One crew member has been rescued, one is deceased and two remain missing at the conclusion of a three-day search involving the Coast Guard and local responders that covered more than 49 square miles by aerial flights, shore patrols and maritime searches.“It is never an easy decision to suspend a search," said Cmdr. Jordan Baldueza, Sector Houston-Galveston search and rescue mission coordinator. “Our hearts are with the families, friends and loved ones of every individual involved in this tragic event.
Low-sulphur Fuel Sales Surge

Low-sulphur Fuel Sales Surge

2 days ago
The final quarter of 2019 marked a massive decline of high-sulphur fuel oil (HSFO) sales, as the industry transitioned into compliance of the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) 2020 Sulphur Cap (IMO 2020). In Singapore, the world’s largest bunkering hub, the bunker sale landscape saw significant change as the sale of high-sulphur fuel oil dropped tremendously in a matter of months. In contrast, the sale of low-sulphur fuels skyrocketed in the final quarter.The first wave of IMO 2020Preliminary estimates from The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore indicates that a total of 4.
Subsea Robots in the Splash Zone

Subsea Robots in the Splash Zone

2 days ago
From their base deep within a former World War II U-boat pen, Norwegian outfit, OceanTech, is developing a set of robot tools that cling to offshore structures in order to effect inspection, maintenance and repair, or IMR. Old submarine anchorages are now subsea testing and training sites, but the North Sea is still the target. Hundreds of aging platforms and subsea structures require IMR that’s too costly, complex or hazardous for divers or remotely operated vehicles, or ROVs.As he walks us through Dora II, the original name of the U-boat pen,  OceanTech CEO, Berndt Schjetne