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  • Cruise Ship Rides Out Severe Storm

    Anthem of the seas

    2016 Feb 09

    Cruise Ship Rides Out Severe Storm

    Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas departed Cape Liberty, NJ for Port Canaveral on Saturday, with 4,529 passengers and 1,616 crew aboard. On Sunday, she entered a rapidly developing, severe storm with sustained winds to 65 knots and seas in the range of 30 feet, centered off the Carolinas.

  • One Dead, Two Injured Due to Toxic Fumes aboard Tanker

    Araz River

    2016 Feb 09

    One Dead, Two Injured Due to Toxic Fumes aboard Tanker

    One crew member died and two were hospitalized after they inhaled poisonous fumes while cleaning cargo tanks aboard a 2007-built chemical tanker Araz River on February 5, Italian media reported.

  • Republic of Georgia Selects Anaklia Development Consortium to Build a Deep Sea Port in Anaklia

    Anaklia logo

    2016 Feb 09

    Republic of Georgia Selects Anaklia Development Consortium to Build a Deep Sea Port in Anaklia

    Georgia’s Ministry of Economy & Sustainable Development today announced that the Anaklia Development Consortium LLC has been awarded the contract to build and develop a Deep Sea Port in Anaklia. The $2.5 billion project will establish a new maritime corridor between China and Europe, helping restore the historic Silk Road and stimulating national and regional economic growth.

  • 2016 Feb 09

    Johan GÄRDIN from DNV·GL confirmed to speak at the 12th Offshore China Convention 2016

    During the past two years, although plunging oil prices have prompted a severe oil industry downturn, the long-term market outlook is still bright. China's government have issued national strategy called “One Belt, One Road” initiative and unveiled "Made in China 2025" plan to boost up the slowing Chinese economy. With no doubt, the offshore engineering industry will be beneficial a lot from these policies.