Cruises have long been a holiday favourite. Stopping at a variety of destinations and with luxury on-board facilities, tourists worldwide choose to spend their summers on the seas.
Protest against rising fuel prices brings economy to a halt and causes severe disruption to fruit exports
The International Maritime Organization (IMO), part of the United Nations, approved a joint proposal by the United States and Russia to establish two-way shipping lanes across the Bering Sea and into the Arctic Ocean late last week. The newly adopted measure, bound to come into effect on Dec 1, specifies six two-way routes and six areas of precaution and aims to improve safety of navigation and reduce the risk of incidents and collisions.
While the use of these shipping lanes is voluntary, the...
Semco Maritime has been chosen to prepare the Floatel Victory accommodation rig for a new assignment for Maersk Oil in the UK sector.
Mental illness is estimated to cost UK businesses £30 billion every year through lost production, recruitment and absence.
US Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., Chairman of the Senate has introduced the “Energizing American Shipbuilding Act.”
Following its long tradition of advisory service to maritime operators, the American P&I Club has issued two comprehensive shipowners’ guides to regulatory compliance; Welcome to Greater China and Welcome to the USA.
Denmark has presented its plan to ratify the 2010 International Convention on Liability and Compensation for Damage in connection with the Carriage of Hazardous and Noxious Substances by Sea.