Ships Monthly December issue out now

Ships Monthly December issue out now

Latest issue of Ships Monthly out now

Royal Caribbean gets largest cruise ship Symphony of the Seas ready

Royal Caribbean gets largest cruise ship Symphony of the Seas ready

Symphony of the Seas will claim the title of the largest cruise ship in the world when she debuts in April 2018 for her inaugural season in Europe

Wightlink’s new flagship to be named Victoria of Wight

Wightlink’s new flagship to be named Victoria of Wight

Wightlink’s new £30million environmentally friendly car ferry for the Portsmouth-Fishbourne route will be named Victoria of Wight.

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  • Ships Monthly December 2017 issue out now

    Ships Monthly December 2017 issue out now

    19th October 2017

    Ships Monthly December 2017 The latest issue of Ships Monthly is out now. It includes all the latest news you won’t find anywhere else, as well as exclusive features on a variety of ships from the latest warships to classic…

  • Transnet Refloats All Three Vessels in Port of Durban

    Transnet Refloats All Three Vessels in Port of Durban

    17th October 2017

    On the 10th October a storm hit the Port of Durban and grounded three vessels. The three that were grounded have now been successfully refloated and remoored alongside. Port teams remain on scene. The Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) has…

  • SALE OF TANKER HIGH PROSPERITY

    SALE OF TANKER HIGH PROSPERITY

    15th October 2017

    International marine transportation company d’Amico International Shipping (DIS) operating in the product tanker market, announces that its operating subsidiary d’Amico Tankers signed a memorandum of agreement for the sale of MT High Prosperity. The vessel is a 48,700 dwt medium-range…

  • Commodore Clipper resumes normal service after refit

    Commodore Clipper resumes normal service after refit

    11th October 2017

    Condor’s passenger and freight ship, Commodore Clipper, resumed normal service on 11 October 2017 ahead of the half term break after a month spent in dry dock undergoing planned maintenance. The ship will operate her usual schedule offering overnight travel…

  • Saudi Arabia’s Bahri expanding fleet

    Saudi Arabia’s Bahri expanding fleet

    10th October 2017

    Saudi Arabia’s Bahri, formerly known as the National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (NSCSA), is continuing to build up its fleet and expand its route structure worldwide. It has recently taken delivery of its fourth 300,000dwt Very Large Crude Carrier…

  • Good news for historic New York-built tug

    Good news for historic New York-built tug

    9th October 2017

    New York’s South Street Seaport Museum has received a $200,000 Maritime Heritage Grant from the US National Park Service and a $200,000 challenge grant from George A. Matteson, author of the book ‘Tugboats of New York’, to help restore the…

  • Metal Shark Wins US Navy Patrol Boat Contract

    Metal Shark Wins US Navy Patrol Boat Contract

    8th October 2017

    Louisiana-based shipbuilder Metal Shark has been awarded the contract to produce the US Navy’s next-generation patrol boat, the PB(X). This award is the culmination of a multi-year process by the Navy to select the replacement for the fleet of force…

  • Stena Line Lands Top Freight Award

    Stena Line Lands Top Freight Award

    7th October 2017

    Stena Line has been awarded the Excellence in Maritime Logistics Award at the prestigious Export & Freight 2017 Awards held at Belfast’s Waterfront Hall recently. Over 700 members of the local and national transport and logistics industry attended the awards ceremony, the…

  • Conversion of Container Ship to Dual-Fuel Operation

    Conversion of Container Ship to Dual-Fuel Operation

    6th October 2017

    In September 2017 MAN Dr Uwe Lauber, CEO of MAN Diesel & Turbo, presented Gerd Wessels, Managing Owner of Wessels Reederei with a take-over certificate marking the formal conclusion of the Wes Amelie LNG conversion project. Gerd Wessels said: “This…