Hong Kong-based Seaspan Corporation posted a record USD 687 million operating earnings for the full

Cork County Council’s marine contractor boarded the vessel that washed ashore over the weekend in

Fuel vessels have been evacuated urgently from Tripoli port and all offloading operations were canceled

UAE-based ship owner and manager Tomini Shipping has registered on the Norwegian over-the-counter (OTC) market

The quarantine of the cruise ship Diamond Princess has officially ended and passengers have started

German container shipping heavyweight Hapag-Lloyd recorded an over 80 pct increase in earnings before interest

The quarantine of the cruise ship Diamond Princess has officially ended and passengers have started

The Cambodian Ministry of Health has announced that 781 passengers on board the cruise ship

Greek shipowner Performance Shipping has signed a memorandum of agreement (MoA) to purchase a 2007-built

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) is cutting port dues to provide relief

The European Union Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) has moved the Republic of the

Coronavirus: First passengers disembark from Diamond Princess in Japan The first passengers have begun disembarking from the virus-hit cruise ship moored off Yokohama, Japan after 14 days of quarantine.

Baltic index jumps to 2-week high, capesizes stay in negative zone The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index rose to a two-week high on Tuesday, as higher rates for panamax and supramax vessels more than offset the capesize segment lingering in the negative zone.

EU white-lists Marshall Islands A European Union (EU) Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) meeting in Brussels announced that the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) is now considered “white-listed” by the ECOFIN.

The World Trade Organization has released its goods trade analysis for December 2019, and the results indicate that "trade volume growth may continue to weaken into early 2020," even without taking the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic into account.

The Government of Canada has announced its support for a ban on heavy fuel oil (HFO) in Arctic waters.

A motor breakdown during sea trials aboard the Arktika, one of the world’s biggest nuclear icebreakers, has thrown the vessel's completion date into doubt.

Automation and autonomous systems have been key, and sometimes controversial points in the debate over the future of the maritime sector.