Sanmar to deliver latest upgrade of best-selling tug to Australian operatorSanmar Shipyards has signed a deal to deliver the latest updated version of its best-selling RAmparts 2400SX series of tugboats to family-owned operator Mackenzie Marine and Towage Pty Ltd based in Esperance, Western Australia.
Australian Navy conducts naval exercise with Philippine NavyThe Royal Australian Navy ships Anzac and Sirius have conducted two separate passage exercises with Philippine Navy vessels as part of a two-month deployment through the north-east Indian Ocean and Southeast Asia.
Solstad's vessels to provide support to NW AustraliaSolstad's vessels will help large drilling operations off the coast of NW Australia.
Coral Expeditions confirms restart of operations in Western AustraliaAustralian small ship cruise line Coral Expeditions has confirmed the restart of operations in Western Australia.
Princess Cruises unveils its 2022-2023 Australia and New Zealand programWith four ships in the region and cruises going on sale on March 2, 2021, Princess Cruises has announced its 2022-2023 Australia and New Zealand program.
Austal Australia unveils VOLTA seriesWith the introduction of the Passenger Express 46V, a fully electric 46 metre catamaran ferry design, Austal Australia has introduced the VOLTA series of electric-powered high-speed ferry solutions.
Kangaroo Island recovers from its devastating bushfiresIn January, almost half of the Kangaroo Island was incinerated and island slowly began to recover.
Hunter class frigate program of Australia begins the prototyping phaseThe Hunter-class frigate programme of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) has officially entered the prototyping process, marking a key milestone for the National Naval Shipbuilding Enterprise.
Australia to extend cruise restriction until MarchAustralia's human biosecurity emergency duration will be extended by a further three months, until 17 March 2021.
Austal Australia delivers another patrol boat to Australian Department of DefenceThe eighth Guardian-class Patrol Boat (GCPB) was delivered by Austal Australia to the Australian Department of Defence.
Palaszczuk Government plans to invest AU$21 million in Queensland shippingThe Palaszczuk Government of Australia has announced plans to spend AU$21 million ($14.9 million) over two years to revitalize the shipping industry in Queensland.
Australia arrests Japanese car import vessel overdue crew changeIn Australia, the Japanese-owned car import vessel Metis Leader was detained for overdue crew changes.
Bulk carrier with a coronavirus outbreak on board leaves AustraliaFrom its anchorage off Port Hedland, a Panama-flagged bulk carrier with a coronavirus outbreak on board has sailed and is en route to Manila , Philippines.