Two dry bulk carriers collided in GreeceOn Saturday morning, two dry bulk carriers collided 10 nautical miles west of the Greek island of Kithira in the southern Peloponnese.
Ocean Winds and Terna Energy to work on Greece's floating offshore wind farmOcean Winds, a joint venture between EDP Renewables and Engie, has agreed to collaborate with Terna Energy, a renewable energy developer, on the development of a floating offshore wind project in Greece.
Castor Maritime joins tanker sector with two aframax buyWith the purchase of two Korean Aframax tankers built in 2005 for $27.2 million, Nasdaq-listed Greek owner Castor Maritime has joined the tanker industry.
Greek dry bulk outfit Pavimar grows fleet to 12According to several broking sources, Greek dry bulk outfit Pavimar doubled the size of its capesized fleet with an acquisition from Imabari Senpaku.
Greek-flagged vessel damaged by mine at Saudi terminalA mine exploded and disabled an oil tanker in the Red Sea off the coast of Saudi Arabia near Yemen on Wednesday, authorities said the latest incident hitting the kingdom in the midst of its long war against Yemen's Houthi rebels.
Cargo ship catches on fire off Elafonisos, GreeceThe Hellenic Coast Guard said a fire broke out on board a Togo-flagged general cargo vessel which was moored near Elafonisos, Greece.
Greek Navy vessel and Portuguese-flagged containership collide off PiraeusOn Tuesday, a Portuguese-flagged container ship collided with a Greek navy minehunter off the Greek port of Piraeus, severely damaging the Greek ship.
Greece receives five bids for Kavala Port TerminalFive non-binding bids have been received by Greece to run part of the port in the northern town of Kavala.
Greece to sell country's largest shipyardOn Friday, Greece launched a tender to sell Hellenic Shipyards SA, the largest shipyard in the country that was under special administration, the Ministry of Finance announced.
Crew of TUI Cruises test positive for coronavirusAfter 12 of its crew members tested positive for the coronavirus, a cruise ship carrying approximately 920 passengers was scheduled to dock at the Port of Piraeus near Athens.
Okeanis Eco Tankers receives final suezmax from HyundaiThe Greek oil tanker company Okeanis Eco Tankers has taken delivery of the Nissos Sifnos Suezmax tanker, concluding a new construction program for the company.
Women from Turkey and Greece call for peaceThe Women's Initiative for Peace (WINPEACE), an organization created jointly by Turkish and Greek women, has called for a non-violent solution to the two countries' Eastern Mediterranean crisis.
Greece and Bulgaria to cooperate in LNG terminal projectA signing ceremony was held Monday in Athens for the participation of Bulgartransgaz EAD (BTG), operator of the National Natural Gas Network of Bulgaria, in the Alexandroupolis liquefied natural gas terminal project in northern Greece.