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Panama Exceeds Flag Registry Expectations

MarineLink 24 Jul 2024
Among the strategies to improve the PMA indicators is also the recruitment of newly built vessels ... The Panama Ship Registry has 8,606 vessels, which represent more than 247.7 million of GT, according to IHS Markit international platform.
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Fincantieri Signs Order with Carnival Corporation for 3 Mega Cruise Ships

The Maritime Executive 24 Jul 2024
The order is for a new class of liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered vessels, which will be approximately 230,000 gross tonnes, the largest ships ever built by Fincantieri and an Italian shipyard, to be delivered in 2029, 2031 and 2033.
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Longliner Sinks off Falklands, Leaving Crew Adrift in Extreme Weather

The Maritime Executive 23 Jul 2024
On Sunday, the 2018-built fishing vessel Argos Georgia got underway from Port Stanley and headed out to her fishing grounds with 27 crewmembers on board ... The vessel sank after they departed.
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NYK Installs Its First Suction Sails on Bulker Chartered by Cargill

The Maritime Executive 23 Jul 2024
The group joins an expanding number of ships and shipowners exploring wind-assisted propulsion as a tool to aid in reducing vessel emissions ... The vessel, which was built by Tsuneishi, is 751 feet (229 meters) and registered in Malta.
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Danish vessel dwarfs smaller ships as it docks in New London

The Day 23 Jul 2024
port sail on a U.S.-built vessel. Ørsted previously contracted with Dominion for use of its 472-foot Charybdis, the first U.S.-built wind turbine installation vessel ... “Large vessels have been arriving ...
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MSC’s “Runaway” Containership Finally Departs After 45-Day Detention

The Maritime Executive 23 Jul 2024
The MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company vessel MSC Michigan VII (81,574 dwt) was given clearance by the U.S ... Built in 2000 and operating previously as the Sealand Michigan, the vessel was acquired by MSC in 2022.
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Hafnia expects towing of damaged tanker to safe port will commence soon

Tradewinds 23 Jul 2024
... 74,200-dwt product tanker Hafnia Nile (built 2017) can transferred and repairs be made to the vessel.
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Star Bulk vessel arrested in legal fight over missing Russian fertiliser

Tradewinds 23 Jul 2024
An arrest warrant was issued against Star Bulk’s 63,300-dwt bulker Kaley (built 2015) on Monday at the request ...
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Six feared dead and 14 rescued after fishing boat sinks off Falkland Islands

AOL 23 Jul 2024
Late on Tuesday, emergency teams were still scouring the choppy waters of the south Atlantic for survivors after the Argos Georgia, a Saint Helena-flagged fishing vessel experienced “uncontrolled flooding” on Monday evening.
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New Royal Canadian Navy ship stopped in Hawaii after taking on water

Toronto Sun 23 Jul 2024
HMCS Max Bernays is one of Canada’s new Arctic and offshore patrol ships, built in Halifax by Irving Shipyards ... HMCS Max Bernays was delivered to the Navy in late 2022 and is the third Arctic and offshore patrol ships to be built.
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RIMPAC exercises continue on USS Carl Vinson

Stars and Stripes 23 Jul 2024
Beijing claims the entire sea as its exclusive sovereign territory over the objections of its neighbors, while the Chinese military has built bases on disputed islands and atolls as well as harassed and attacked vessels from neighboring countries ... .
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Product tanker seized off Iran

Splash24/7 22 Jul 2024
The vessel is owned by the Marshall ... The company was contacted today by one of the crew members and was informed that both the 1987-built vessel and its crew were taken.
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Sea1 Offshore bags long-term MPSV extension deal from PXGEO

Splash24/7 22 Jul 2024
... owner and operator has fixed the 2009-built MPSV for two years and four months in direct continuation of the vessel’s current employment.
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PXGEO Extends Siem Dorado MPSV’s Stay

MarineLink 22 Jul 2024
Norwegian offshore vessel owner Sea1 Offshore, formerly Siem Offshore, has secured contract extension with ... The Siem Dorado is a 2009-built diesel electric-driven vessel.

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