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USCGC Stratton back after 140 days at sea

USCGC Stratton's crew, who was deployed 24,000 miles away in the Arctic and Central America, will return home- at Coast Guard Island …

Depletion of power and supplies threatens the crew of grounded bulker

The bulk carrier Adamastos, which ran aground in August and was detained in Rio Grande, Brazil, is threatened by depletion of power  …

Video: World’s Largest PSV Powered with LNG, delivered

The largest in the world liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered platform supply vessel (PSV), MV Rem Eir, has been delivered to its own …

Video: Cargo vessel aground in Denmark

The general cargo vessel Katre has run aground near the Hvide Sande's entrance. The Maltese vessel was en route from Parnu&nbs …

Building 24,000-TEUr: possible but problematic

More than 18,000-TEU ships are reported to soon be ordered as carriers are in the process of lowering their operating costs and now  …

UK ship broker Clarkson is seeking the Acquisition of PS Platou for $441 million

One of the world’s top ship brokers, Clarkson, is looking to ensure а $441 million deal for the acquisition of the Norwegian  …

Port of Long Beach opens temporary depot to ease the congestion

The Port of Long Beach is expecting a Temporary Empty Container Depot to be opened and working in December. It is planned as a  …

USCG Awards Matson Crew for Unusual Courage

The crew of the Matson vessel Manukai has received the Meritorious Public Service award by the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG). T …

Cargo ship carrying 700 migrants adrift off Crete

MV Baris, a Kiribati-flagged cargo vessel, has been sailing adrift some 30 nm (55 km) southeast of Crete with about 700 pe …

Repeat Offender banned from Australian ports by AMSA

Territory Trader (IMO 8812899), sailing under Indonesian flag, has been banned from entering or using any Australian port  …

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