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Rescue Vessel | Flag: United Kingdom | Port: POOLE


Trawler | Flag: Iceland | Port: TORSHÖFN


Fish Carrier | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅKREHAMN


Supply Vessel/Tug | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA


Supply Vessel | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA


Sealer/Fishing | Flag: Norway | Port: BERGEN


Stern Trawler | Flag: Norway | Port: BERGEN


Rescue Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: BERGEN

Maritime News

Opportunities Gust Off US Shores

Opportunities Gust Off US Shores

15 hours ago
Throughout the world, offshore wind is on a growth trajectory. With green energy mandates from states in New England and the mid-Atlantic, the U.S. is joining the fray. Consultants Wood MacKenzie, in its U.S. Offshore Wind Outlook 2020-2029, suggested that as much as 25 gigawatts (GW) of capacity could be deployed in the U.S. by 2030 (though estimates range from 14 GW to as much as 34 GW), accounting for a hefty portion of incremental capacity coming online.Shipyards in New England have already seen the tip of the offshore wind iceberg, with Blount Boats and Senesco having delivered crew transport vessels. The potential is exciting.
Japan Sending Team to Mauritius to Investigate Wakashio Grounding

Japan Sending Team to Mauritius to Investigate Wakashio Grounding

3 hours ago
Japan said on Friday it will send a five-person team to Mauritius to investigate the grounding of a Japanese-owned ship off the country's coast that led to an environmental crisis.A bulk carrier owned by Japan's Nagashiki Shipping and chartered by Mitsui OSK ran aground on a reef off Mauritius on July 25 and later began leaking oil into the pristine waters around the Indian Ocean island.The Japanese government said in a statement that it would send a team of five people to Mauritius on Sept. 20.List: Major Oil Spills from ShipsJapan previously told Mauritius it would offer support on an "unprecedented scale."The Panamanian-flagged MV Wakashio began spilling fuel oil on Aug.
Asian Gypsy Moth Eggs Found on Vehicle Carriers in Baltimore

Asian Gypsy Moth Eggs Found on Vehicle Carriers in Baltimore

17 hours ago
U.S. Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialists in Baltimore recently uncovered egg masses of the highly invasive Asian Gypsy Moth (AGM) and a live Khapra beetle larvae, one of the world’s most destructive insect pests, aboard ships in one the nation’s busiest ports for vehicle imports.The suspected AGM egg masses were found from August 21 to September 4 affixed to various parts of the four vehicle carriers Graceful Leader (four), Hoegh Africa (one), Hoegh Jacksonville (two) and Figaro (two), which had arrived in Baltimore after port calls in Japan, South Korea and China.
Glencore Extends Charter for 'Bulk Shanghai' Bulk Carrier

Glencore Extends Charter for 'Bulk Shanghai' Bulk Carrier

2 hours ago
Mining giant and commodity trader Glencore has via its subsidiary ST Shipping extended the charter for the 2020 Bulkers' 'Bulk Shanghai' bulk carriers.2020 Bulkers said Friday that the charter would be extended for a period of 6-8 months from October 4, 2020. According to the 2020 Bulkers, the vessel will from October 4, 2020, earn a fixed rate of $18,000 per day, gross, as well as a share of the fuel savings generated from the scrubber fitted on the vessel.According to AIS data, the Bulk Shanghai left São Luís in Brazil - place known for iron ore export ports - in mid-August and is currently moving through Malacca Strait, on its way to Qingdao, China.
SCHOTTEL to Open Service Center in Russia

SCHOTTEL to Open Service Center in Russia

15 hours ago
German propulsion specialist SCHOTTEL's management board approved the acquisition of a 3,000-square-meter plot of land in Saint Petersburg, Russia, paving way for the construction of a new service center to strengthen OOO SCHOTTEL’s market position in the region.The company said it expects to plan and build an administration building with repair workshop and warehouse site on the purchased property within the next two years.Founded in 2011, OOO SCHOTTEL has equipped a number of inland waterways vessels with propulsion systems, especially in the cargo and passenger transport segments.