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  Wind Powered Containership Concept Launched
26/02/2021 09:39:16 PM 
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  Finlandia Seaways Engine Fire Linked to Poor Maintenance
26/02/2021 07:34:33 PM 
Substandard maintenance was found to be a major contributing factor at the root of a 2019 catastrophic engine room fire aboard the DFDS ro-ro vessel Finlandia Seaways in April 2018, U.K. accident investigators found.The Lithuanian registered vessel was in transit from Zeebrugge
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  NOAA Begins Transition Exclusively to Electronic Navigation Charts
26/02/2021 04:37:32 PM 
NOAA will begin to implement its sunset plan for paper nautical charts this month, starting with the current paper chart 18665 of Lake Tahoe. After August, NOAA s electronic navigational chart will be the only NOAA nautical chart of the area.This
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  Cox to Ramp up Production of the CXO300 Outboard Engine
26/02/2021 04:44:58 PM 
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  US Navy Warship in the Middle East Has COVID-19 Cases
26/02/2021 03:41:01 PM 
A U.S. Navy warship operating in the Middle East has a dozen cases of the novel coronavirus, while another warship in the region is investigating whether some of its members are also infected.The USS San Diego which has the confirmed cases is at port in Bahrain.
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  Vehicle Carrier Ship Hit by Explosion in Gulf of Oman
26/02/2021 03:22:16 PM 
An Israeli-owned ship, the MV HELIOS RAY, was hit by an explosion in the Gulf of Oman overnight Thursday and a U.S. defense official said the blast left holes in both sides of the vessel's hull. The cause was not immediately clear.The vehicle
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  After Hellish Voyage, Cattle Ship Checked by Spanish Veterinarians
26/02/2021 03:14:55 PM 
Spanish government veterinarians were on Friday inspecting hundreds of cows crammed aboard a ship that returned to port after months at sea in which the animals endured what one NGO described as "hellish" conditions.The Karim Allah docked at
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  Master Convicted Over Passenger Death
26/02/2021 02:36:50 PM 
The master of a Sydney Harbor passenger vessel has pleaded guilty and been convicted of one count of unreasonably placing the safety of another person at risk in the Downing Centre Local Court on Monday, 22 February 2021.On behalf of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA)
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  C-Innovation Invests in Covid-19 Mitigation on its Offshore Construction Vessels
26/02/2021 12:23:07 PM 
Mako Industries signed an agreement with C-Innovation to mitigate the spread of Covid-19 on its offshore construction vessels, beginning with the 168-m Island Venture. Mako uses Puradigm to combat air and surface contaminants safely in populated environments 24/7
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  Demand for Oil-based Marine Fuels to Fall as Ships Cut Emissions
26/02/2021 11:39:47 AM 
Global demand for oil-based marine fuels is set to fall in the next three decades as stricter carbon emissions rules for the shipping industry kick in and alternative fuel use climbs, consultancy Wood Mackenzie said on Friday.The U.N.'s International
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  Wind Powered Containership Concept Launched
26/02/2021 09:39:16 PM 
  More>>
  Finlandia Seaways Engine Fire Linked to Poor Maintenance
26/02/2021 07:34:33 PM 
Substandard maintenance was found to be a major contributing factor at the root of a 2019 catastrophic engine room fire aboard the DFDS ro-ro vessel Finlandia Seaways in April 2018, U.K. accident investigators found.The Lithuanian registered vessel was in transit from Zeebrugge
  More>>
  NOAA Begins Transition Exclusively to Electronic Navigation Charts
26/02/2021 04:37:32 PM 
NOAA will begin to implement its sunset plan for paper nautical charts this month, starting with the current paper chart 18665 of Lake Tahoe. After August, NOAA s electronic navigational chart will be the only NOAA nautical chart of the area.This
  More>>
  Cox to Ramp up Production of the CXO300 Outboard Engine
26/02/2021 04:44:58 PM 
  More>>
  US Navy Warship in the Middle East Has COVID-19 Cases
26/02/2021 03:41:01 PM 
A U.S. Navy warship operating in the Middle East has a dozen cases of the novel coronavirus, while another warship in the region is investigating whether some of its members are also infected.The USS San Diego which has the confirmed cases is at port in Bahrain.
  More>>
  Vehicle Carrier Ship Hit by Explosion in Gulf of Oman
26/02/2021 03:22:16 PM 
An Israeli-owned ship, the MV HELIOS RAY, was hit by an explosion in the Gulf of Oman overnight Thursday and a U.S. defense official said the blast left holes in both sides of the vessel's hull. The cause was not immediately clear.The vehicle
  More>>
  After Hellish Voyage, Cattle Ship Checked by Spanish Veterinarians
26/02/2021 03:14:55 PM 
Spanish government veterinarians were on Friday inspecting hundreds of cows crammed aboard a ship that returned to port after months at sea in which the animals endured what one NGO described as "hellish" conditions.The Karim Allah docked at
  More>>
  Master Convicted Over Passenger Death
26/02/2021 02:36:50 PM 
The master of a Sydney Harbor passenger vessel has pleaded guilty and been convicted of one count of unreasonably placing the safety of another person at risk in the Downing Centre Local Court on Monday, 22 February 2021.On behalf of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA)
  More>>
  C-Innovation Invests in Covid-19 Mitigation on its Offshore Construction Vessels
26/02/2021 12:23:07 PM 
Mako Industries signed an agreement with C-Innovation to mitigate the spread of Covid-19 on its offshore construction vessels, beginning with the 168-m Island Venture. Mako uses Puradigm to combat air and surface contaminants safely in populated environments 24/7
  More>>
  Demand for Oil-based Marine Fuels to Fall as Ships Cut Emissions
26/02/2021 11:39:47 AM 
Global demand for oil-based marine fuels is set to fall in the next three decades as stricter carbon emissions rules for the shipping industry kick in and alternative fuel use climbs, consultancy Wood Mackenzie said on Friday.The U.N.'s International
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