Ship Engineers Jailed for Obstructing Investigation on Illegal Dumping

8th December, 2016

A US judge on Wednesday sentenced two ship engineers to prison time for obstructing a US Coast Guard (USCG) investigation of suspected water pollution. . Read More

Fire Abroad Chemical Tanker Stops Traffic at Houston Channel Briefly

6th December, 2016

Vessel traffic resumed in the Houston Ship Channel after it was shortly stopped due to a fire aboard the 19,508 dwt chemical tanker Jo Kiri yesterday,. . Read More

SCI to Make Call at Iran After Four Years

6th December, 2016

Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) will call at Iran this month after a four-year gap because of sanctions. It will deploy a suezmax for state-refine. . Read More

Eight Swiber Management Employees Granted Bail

6th December, 2016

A host of current and former senior management at struggling Swiber Holdings have been interviewed by authorities in Singapore with eight people relea. . Read More

INS Sumitra Visits Darwin

6th December, 2016

In pursuit of India’s ‘Act East’ policy and outreach to friendly countries, the Indian Navy’s Offshore Patrol Vessel Sumitra, has reached Darw. . Read More

ICS Welcomes Deployment of Military Forces in Western Indian Ocean

5th December, 2016

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has welcomed the extension of EUNAVFOR Operation Atalanta, following a decision by the EU Council, which w. . Read More

President Greets Personnel on Navy Day 2016

5th December, 2016

The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee has extended greetings and felicitations to all members of the Indian Navy and their families on the occ. . Read More

Amba Bhakti Crew Paid After Court Order

2nd December, 2016

Shanghai Maritime Court has ordered the owner of the crude oil tanker Amba Bhakti to pay USD 110,000 to the vessel’s crew, local media report. The f. . Read More

Princess Cruises to Pay USD 40 Million Penalty for Dumping Oil-Contaminated Waste

2nd December, 2016

California-based cruise line Princess Cruises, part of Carnival Corporation, has agreed to pay USD 40 million penalty – the largest-ever criminal pe. . Read More

PSBA Urge Pak PM to Lift Ban of Ship Recycling

2nd December, 2016

The Pakistan Ship Breakers Association (PSBA) has called on the prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, to lift the ban on ship recycling work at Gadani. Shipbr. . Read More

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