June issue of Ships Monthly out now

June issue of Ships Monthly out now

The June 2022 issue of Ships Monthly is out now, and contains the usual mix of news, reviews and features.

Havila Kystruten makes history in the Geirangerfjord

Havila Kystruten makes history in the Geirangerfjord

Havila Kystruten`s newest ship, Havila Castor, made history in the Geirangerfjord on 2 June 2022 by operating the first zero emission cruise through the world heritage fjord.

USS Kitty Hawk decommisioned and ready for recycling

USS Kitty Hawk decommisioned and ready for recycling

The decommissioned US Navy aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk docked at the Port of Brownsville, Texas on 31 May.

Windermere steamer honours Her Majesty The Queen

Windermere steamer honours Her Majesty The Queen

The Queen’s favoured Windermere Lake Cruises’ vessel, Teal, is sporting a new flag in honour of Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee.

Maersk Supply Service will continue to support The Ocean Cleanup for another year

Maersk Supply Service will continue to support The Ocean Cleanup for another year

Maersk Tender and Maersk Trader, the two Maersk Supply Service anchor-handling vessels, have been contracted for an additional year of operations.

Cruise ship Amadea makes her maiden call at Poole

Cruise ship Amadea makes her maiden call at Poole

Amadea became the second cruise ship at the Port of Poole in 2022 with a maiden call on 7 June as part of a British Isles itinerary.

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    Hopes of Channel Islands ferry service out of Weymouth dashed

    22nd June 2022

    Hopes of reviving a Channel Islands ferry service out of Weymouth have been dealt a blow after local council bosses rejected the scheme due to the numerous issues to be overcome. Condor Ferries ran their last ferry from the Dorset…

  • Second emission-free high-speed catamaran for commercial traffic in Stockholm

    Second emission-free high-speed catamaran for commercial traffic in Stockholm

    20th June 2022

    Swedish Echandia, a leading developer of heavy-duty energy solutions for maritime electrification, has received a second order from Green City Ferries AB. Green City Ferries is expanding its waterborne public transport in Stockholm with another ambitious zero-emission Beluga24 vessel. Beluga24…

  • New ships in China to get electric power

    New ships in China to get electric power

    19th June 2022

    China’s COSCO Shipping Development has ordered two 700TEU container ships from its affiliated Cosco Shipping Yangzhou shipyard for operation along the Yangtze River, both to be battery- powered. The ships will be chartered out to Shanghai PanAsia Shipping, another COSCO…

  • Ships Monthly bumper July 2022 issue out now

    Ships Monthly bumper July 2022 issue out now

    18th June 2022

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  • Montrose Port and Baker Hughes win national safety award

    Montrose Port and Baker Hughes win national safety award

    17th June 2022

    Two North-east businesses have been named as joint winners of a major national maritime safety award recognising both parties’ commitment to the environment and the welfare of workers and their wider local community. Montrose Port Authority (MPA) and Baker Hughes…

  • Container ship Maersk Surabaya grounds in Savannah River

    Container ship Maersk Surabaya grounds in Savannah River

    16th June 2022

    Authorities are investigating what caused the container ship Maersk Surabaya to become grounded in the shipping channel to Georgia’s busiest seaport. The US Coast Guard said that the Danish-flagged container ship ran aground on the evening of 14 June while…

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