Email email Print print

News

  • Hella Marine launches new downlights

    Hella Marine is expanding its range with the new EuroLED 75 downlights, said to be highly efficient with long lasting illumination. 04 Sep 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Diesel deal

    Marking its return to the diesel outboard market, engineering company Yanmar Marine International has agreed exclusive distribution rights with German outboard manufacturer Neander Shark. 04 Sep 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Paimpol–Bréhat agreement

    Natural Power and sister company SeaRoc have joined forces to develop their offshore energy capabilities in France. 04 Sep 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • New Shoalbuster for Abu Dhabi – three weeks early

    Abu Dhabi Petroleum Ports Operating Company (IRSHAD), part of the ADNOC group of companies have taken delivery of a Damen Shoalbuster 2308, three weeks ahead of schedule. 03 Sep 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Windcat delivers latest newbuild

    Netherlands-based Windcat Workboats has handed over its latest newbuild, ‘Windcat 38’, to UK-based SSE for use on Great Gabbard offshore windfarm. 03 Sep 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Uzmar delivers push-tugs for South American operation

    Uzmar Shipyard in Turkey have delivered eight Robert Allan Ltd (RAL) designed push-tugs, part of an optimised tug-barge system delivering ore from Brazil down the Paraguay-Paraná river to Uruguay, a distance of 2,500km. 03 Sep 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • TOWLINES

    After tugs & Towing reported recently on delivery of the first of a seven vessel order by Sanmar for Aqaba Port Marine Services Company, three more in the series have now joined the Al Subah LNG terminal in Jordan. 03 Sep 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Sanmar six for Svitzer

    Denmark based Svitzer Towage have placed a significant order for six Robert Allan Ltd designed terminal escort tugs with Turkish shipbuilder Sanmar. 03 Sep 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • South Africa’s Hippo hits the water

    The South African Navy has taken delivery of the first of two Damen ATD 2909 azimuth tractor tugs bearing the name ‘Imvubu’ meaning Hippo. 03 Sep 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Neri orders its first Damen tug

    Italian tug owner Fratelli Neri S.p.A. has placed an order for its first Damen tug which will also be the first ASD tug in the Mediterranean with a Damen render recovery escort winch. 03 Sep 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Norwegian gamechanger for offshore wind?

    The WaveCraft Offshore Service Vessel, manufactured by Umoe Mandal in Norway, is part of the next generation of offshore wind farm service vessels, and according to UK-based vessel operator Tidal Transit, it is considered an industry ‘game-changer' by those who have been exposed to this surface effect vessel. 03 Sep 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Harding secures training certification

    Harding Safety AS is now a ‘Maritime Training Provider’ of Life Saving Appliances (LSAs) after being certified to DNV GL St-0029 by DNV GL. 02 Sep 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Frederikshavn makes expansion plans

    Danish civil engineering company, Per Aarsleff AS, has signed a contract to carry out expansion work at the Danish port of Frederikshavn. 01 Sep 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • New president for BMP Designers & Planners

    Kai Skvarla has been promoted to president of BMT Designers & Planners (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group. 28 Aug 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Zodiac RIBs afloat

    There is a bold sign on the website of the financially challenged, but iconic French RIB manufacturer Nautic Zodiac, otherwise known as Z Marine. 28 Aug 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Weight not the issue for ‘Rhodina’

    Despite media speculation, it seems weight gain wasn’t actually the cause of the plight of the Dutch workboat 'Rhodina' which sank as it went about its duties around the Dutch city of Groningen. 28 Aug 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • French port out to catch the wind

    St Nazaire is laying foundations, quite literally, for its future role as an offshore wind hub – but it’s not without its challenges, including politics, investment and last but not least: scale. 28 Aug 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • IHC cuts away home facilities

    In only two years, Royal IHC (IHC Merwede) has gone from soaring profits to Dutch job cuts. 28 Aug 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Hydrosphere wins order to supply 32 lights to Belfast Harbour

    Aids to Navigation specialist Hydrosphere, has won an open tender to supply 32 self-contained lights to Belfast Harbour. 28 Aug 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Russian patrol boat changes engines

    The sanctions imposed on Russia by EU countries have led to a change of engines for the lead boat in a series of patrol boats building to patrol the waters around St.Petersburg in the Baltic. 27 Aug 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Close Brothers wind farm specialists

    Close Brothers Marine and Aviation is a finance company that has become a specialist in providing finance for wind farm vessels. At their recent exhibit at Seawork the company had visits from several foreign potential owners. One came from Japan as the owners of the first wind farm vessel in that country whilst they were also in contact with the owners of the first wind farm vessel building in the US where British expertise is being used. 27 Aug 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Ship management merger

    The largest ever merger of independent, third party ship management companies has been completed by Anglo-Eastern Ship Management Group and Univan Ship Management Group, advised by Clyde & Co. 27 Aug 2015 - Maritime Journal