All Marine articles

  • 'Abeille Liberte' was on hand to avert a potential pollution disaster off the French coast

    Salvage round-up (February 2022)


    A sunken fishing vessel in Norway, disabled tanker in the Western Approaches and an oil spill in Chile, incidents requiring the attention of the professional salvage industry.

  • Wärtsilä has over half a decade’s experience with methanol

    Methanol milestone


    A new Offshore Wind Installation Vessel (WIV) being built for Dutch contracting company Van Oord at Yantai CIMC Raffles shipyard in China will be powered by five Wärtsilä 32 engines capable of operating with methanol.

  • 'Galwad-Y-Mor' low in the water following the explosion (Photo- Andrew Oliver)

    Unexploded seabed bomb refuses to remain unexploded


    For those of us who read (or write) updates in MJ about UXO (Unexploded ordinance) route surveys, and wonder what would actually happen if an old bomb ever got pulled up, the Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) has some illuminating answers.

  • News

    Maritime and offshore investment banking team


    Alantra, an independent global mid-market investment banking and asset management firm, has recruited a Maritime and Offshore investment banking team within its Investment Banking division.

  • Vesper Marine specialises in AIS, VHF and vessel monitoring solutions

    Garmin acquires Vesper Marine


    Garmin has acquired Vesper Marine, a privately-held, New Zealand-headquartered provider of AIS, VHF and vessel monitoring solutions for the marine industry.