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LNG Bunkering Vessel KEYS Azalea Delivered

Japan's First LNG Bunkering Vessel in Kyushu and Setouchi Area, Equipped with Dual-Fuel Engines A ceremony for the LNG bunkering vessel KEYS Azalea was held on March 28 at the Yamatomachi Shipyard of Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. in Yamaguchi …
Apr 2, 2024 / Vessels

Wan Hai Lines Holds Naming Ceremony for 13,100teu Newbuilding WAN HAI A15

Wan Hai Lines held ship naming ceremony for WAN HAI A15 accompanied by a charity event today (29th March) at Samsung Heavy Industries Geoje shipyard.  The ceremony was officiated jointly by Mr. S.A. Choi, vice chairman & CEO of Samsung …
Mar 29, 2024 / Vessels

Containership Ane Maersk calls at the Eurogate container terminal in Hamburg for the first time on its maiden voyage from Asia to Europe

On the morning of 28 March, the "Ane Maersk", the world's first large methanol-capable container ship operated by the Maersk shipping company with a capacity of more than 16,000 TEU, moored at Eurogate Container Terminal Hamburg for the first time on …
Mar 29, 2024 / Vessels

New Incat Crowther-designed, NSW-made Port Authority Vessels Make Waves on Sydney Harbour

Sydney Harbour has new stalwarts to support critical maritime capabilities, with an $11.5 million dollar investment into two operational vessels, custom-built in the heart of regional New South Wales. The state-of-the-art vessels, the Burra and …
Mar 28, 2024 / Vessels

Wan Hai Lines Holds Ship Naming Ceremony for New Vessels

Wan Hai Lines held ship naming ceremonies for WAN HAI 370, WAN HAI 371 and WAN HAI 373 accompanied by a charity donation event on Tuesday (26TH March) at Japan Marine United Corporation TSU Shipyard.  WAN HAI 370, WAN HAI 371 and WAN HAI 373 …
Mar 28, 2024 / Vessels

Davie Awarded First Contract For Design Of Icebreaker Fleet Under Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy

Chantier Davie Canada Inc. (Davie) today announced it has been awarded its first National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS) contract by the Government of Canada for the design of the six-ship fleet of Canada’s future Program Icebreakers. This major …
Mar 26, 2024 / Vessels

Yara Clean Ammonia and Azane granted safety permit to build world's first low emission ammonia bunkering terminal

The Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection gave their approval to the construction of the planned ammonia bunkering facility at Fjord Base in Florø, Norway. The permit marks a significant milestone for enabling ammonia as a safe and low emission …
Mar 26, 2024 / Vessels

Fugro completes primary phase in first vessel conversion to green methanol fuel

The Fugro Pioneer is ready to be equipped with methanol engines after successfully converting the main components on board. Using green methanol as a fuel reduces carbon emissions by more than 90% compared to conventional diesel, allowing clients to …
Mar 25, 2024 / Vessels

Stena Line boosts capacity on Dublin – Liverpool route with freight only vessel

Swedish ferry company, Stena Line has secured a freight only vessel, Bore Song, to operate on its Dublin-Liverpool (Birkenhead) route.  The ship will boost freight capacity on the route by 30%. Stena Line’s Dublin-Liverpool dedicated freight …
Mar 25, 2024 / Vessels

ClassNK certifies the world’s first onboard CCS installation on EVERGREEN’s Neopanamax container vessel

ClassNK has granted its “SCCS-Full”*1 class notation to “EVER TOP”, a Neopanamax container vessel owned by EVERGREEN. The notation signifies that the vessel is now equipped with an onboard CO2 capture and storage (CCS) systems, marking it as the …
Mar 22, 2024 / Vessels