- ALPHABET WINDS DOWN ITS ENERGY KITE COMPANY
- DISNEY CRUISE LINE RETURNS TO GREECE
- U.S. NAVY STEPS UP CORONAVIRUS SCREENINGS
- NAVAL GROUP UNVEILS ITS COOPERATION PLAN WITH GREECE
- SHIPS TRADING WITH NORTH KOREA WILL NOT FLY PALAU FLAG
- HARVEY GULF TO ENTER INTERNATIONAL MARKETS
- CARNIVAL CRUISE LINE INTRODUCES NEW AIR OPTION
- MOL AND DSME JOIN FORCES FOR NEW FSRU TECHNOLOGY
- NEW PUSH TUG DELIVERED TO VANE BROTHERS
- TEN CREW KIDNAPPED FROM TANKER OFF COTONOU
- WINDSTAR CANCELS STAR BREEZE'S ASIA PROGRAM
- CARNIVAL AND NORFOLK SIGN 5-YEAR DEAL
Alphabet winds down its energy kite companyAlphabet has announced that it quits on its efforts to build and monetize its Makani wind energy kites.
U.S. Navy steps up coronavirus screeningsThe 7th Fleet of the US Navy will be required to undergo checks for COVID-19 coronavirus
Ships trading with North Korea will not fly Palau flagVessels which violate the current United Nations Security Council Resolutions (UNSCRs) on trading with North Korea will not be registered with the Palau International Ship Registry (PISR).
Carnival Cruise Line introduces new air optionCarnival Cruise Line has introduced a new Fly2Fun air option, which provides guests the handy ability to secure their flight arrangements immediately after booking their cruise.
MOL and DSME join forces for new FSRU technologyMitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd. (DSME) have entered into an agreement to jointly develop a new technology
New push tug delivered to Vane BrothersThe newbuild, Annapolis, has a design that is identical to the tug Salisbury, delivered in 2019.
Ten crew kidnapped from tanker off CotonouThe incident occurred some 76 nautical miles southwest of Cotonou on February 20, 2020. The ship was enroute to Lagos, Nigeria, from Ijmuiden, Netherlands.
Carnival and Norfolk sign 5-year dealCarnival Cruise Line has signed a five-year agreement with the City of Norfolk, Virginia, to operate seasonal cruises
The River Cruise Line rebrands as Arena River CruisesUK-based The River Cruise Line is changing its name to Arena River Cruises and expanding its cruise programme.
Royal Caribbean signs agreement for Beach Club in AntiguaRoyal Caribbean International and the Government of Antigua and Barbuda have officially signed an agreement for the company’s first Royal Beach Club.
First Liebherr portal slewing crane in the USNorth Carolina Ports opted for a new Liebherr portal slewing crane type LPS 420. The fully assembled crane was handed over in autumn 2019.
Cargo ship ran aground near CorkThe Revenue service acts as the "Receiver of Wreck" and has administrative responsibility for dealing with wrecked vessels.