2021 October 24


Carnival Cruise Line christens Mardi Gras

This was the first naming ceremony in the U.S. since cruise industry restart


TenneT's Hollandse Kust (noord) jacket ready to set sail

The jacket load-out was was completed in the Port of Vlissingen


Jonathan Lord MP visits Petrofac to discuss hydrogen technology in woking

The Road to COP26 campaign is supported by the UK Government’s Department for International Trade


CDWE signs ECA for the provision of pin piles with EEW for Hailong project

The Hai Long wind farm will be built around 50 kilometres off Taiwan’s coast


Prosafe SE: Prosafe awarded 2022 contract by TotalEnergies

Prosafe to provide accommodation support at the Elgin complex in the UK sector of the North Sea


FMD names Robert Starr Chief Financial Officer

In this role, Starr will lead the corporate finance team and oversee all financial reporting for the company


Holland America Line's Rotterdam is on maiden voyage from Amsterdam to Florida for inaugural Caribbean season

Rotterdam departed Oct 20 on maiden voyage to cross the Atlantic Ocean from Amsterdam to Ft. Lauderdale

2021 October 23


Viking begins sailing from Port Everglades for 2021-2022 winter season

A river cruise line, Viking has launched seven ocean ships since 2015


Maritime NZ launches latest No Excuses on-water boating safety campaign

The campaign will run from 23 October to 31 March next year


Governor Ron DeSantis: Florida’s seaports are open and ready to meet holiday demands

JAXPORT announced that they will be offering incentives to any company that chooses to bring its business to the port


Ecochlor appoints Andrew Marshall as CEO

Mr. Marshal has more than 30 years of experience in developing and launching emerging technologies


USCG interdicts 3 lanchas illegally fishing US waters

The interdicted lancha had 1,000 pounds of red snapper on board

2021 October 22


RS provides the designers with a tool for automated check of hull structures

RS introduces new software for checking the hull structure strength calculations


IADC supports 5th International Congress “Hydraulic Engineering Structures and Dredging” as its Partner

The event will be held in Moscow on 16-17 February 2022


EXMAR and LATTICE announce joint development of CO2 carrier

EXMAR and LATTICE Technology announce the signing of a joint development agreement for the design of a 40,500 m³ CO₂ carrier, which is also suitable for LPG and Ammonia transportation


Cargo traffic within Azov-Don Basin of Russia’s IWWs fell by 12% in 10M’21

Transportation of agricultural goods and sulphur fell by almost a half


COSCO SHIPPING Ports and Silk Road Fund agree to establish cooperative strategic relationship

Navigator Investco became an indirect 40.797% shareholder of CSP Abu Dhabi Terminal through its holding in COSCO SHIPPING Ports


Port of Salalah partners with Maersk to launch a new end-to-end logistics service to Yemen through the Al-Mazyunah free zone

The new offering extends beyond the Port and includes securing customs clearances and bonded trucking services to Salalah and Al-Mazyunah free zones hubs under carrier haulage


Marine Recruiting Agency trained 38% more people in 9M'2021

Under the programmes of basic professional education, MRA trained 1,397 people


North Sea Port makes up for pandemic losses step by step in the first nine months of 2021

The companies in North Sea Port recorded 51.3 million tons of seaborne cargo transhipment


Bollinger Shipyards delivers 46th fast response cutter ahead of schedule despite direct hit from hurricane Ida

Bollinger Shipyards LLC has delivered the newest Sentinel-class Fast Response Cutter, the USCGC John Scheuerman, to the U.S. Coast Guard in Key West, Florida


Port of Los Angeles reduces net air pollution during pandemic year

The Port’s Inventory of Air Emissions for 2020 shows criteria pollutants fell slightly from 2019 levels, with diesel particulate matter (DPM) down 1%, nitrogen oxides (NOx) down 3% and sulfur oxides (SOx) down 1%


Navigation season officially closed in Lena Basin of RF IWW

About 200 units of technical, auxiliary and transport fleet were involved