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Locked 26/09/22 09:45

After shy sunshine, clouds return to the skies of marine insurers

At the IUMI 2022 conference in Chicago the association, having certified the industry's good performance in 2021, warns of new risks between inflation and the Ukrainian crisis

Locked 26/09/22 09:49

New world helm for marine insurers

Frédéric Denèfle was elected President of IUMI to replace the outgoing Richard Turner. He will be joined by Vice President Kosuke Hashimoto

Locked 26/09/22 09:51

d’Amico takes over the High Adventurer

The italian shipping group exercised its purchase option on this MR tanker, built in November 2017 by Japanese shipyard Onomichi, for US$ 30.4 million

Locked 26/09/22 09:52

The merger between Attica Holdings and Anek Lines takes shape

With a press release on its website Attica announces that it has reached an agreement with the shareholders and major creditors of Anek, including the banking institutions Piraeus Bank and Alpha Bank

Locked 26/09/22 09:56

Carnival Luminosa ready to quit Palermo shipyard

The cruiseship sold from Costa Crociere to its US parent company has completed the refitting at Fincantieri and will sail towards Australia

Locked 26/09/22 09:57

Double order for Prysmian in Germany offshore

The Italian company will supply and install the cables connecting two wind farms on behalf of Amprion, as part of an EUR 800 million contract

Chiuso 26/09/22 10:19

Cantiere Navale Vittoria delivers a new patrol vessel to the Italian Finance Police

P.04 Osum is not only the largest ship managed by the GdF, but it is also the first sustainable one, being equipped with a diesel-electric hybrid propulsion system

Chiuso 26/09/22 10:15

Relaunch of the cruise sector and sustainability at the centre of the Seatrade Cruise Med in Malaga

The fair returned after a two-year stop due to the pandemic and was attended by more than 150 exhibitors and thousands of visitors. During the award ceremony, the first MedCruise Special Award, dedicated to Black Sea ports, was presented to Julia Strikh, External Relations Manager of the Odessa Port Authority

Chiuso 26/09/22 10:02

Sanmar and Igus develop an innovative shore-based electric bunkering system

The cable management system is operated with a radio control by a crew member, without the need for additional personnel on the ground

Chiuso 21/09/22 16:54

Finnlines turns 75 and raises its ambitions

The Finnish company has increasingly consolidated its position in the Baltic and expanded its scope by sailing new routes. Two Superstar ro-pax will join the fleet in 2023 enhancing the Naantali-Långnäs-Kapellskär connection

Chiuso 19/09/22 10:16

Global Dream’s surprise: it will not be demolished nor sold at auction

MV Werften has announced that it will complete the construction of the global class ship by this year and will have a second one in the pipeline for 2024

Chiuso 19/09/22 10:06

New ro-ro ship in service between Genoa and Libya

It is the Amy M, operated by the Spanish Merna Shipping, every 20-30 days

Chiuso 19/09/22 09:57

Grimaldi to sign a maxi-order for 10 'ammonia-ready' car carriers

According to TradeWinds, CEO Emanuele Grimaldi finalised the details with China Merchants Group for a USD 1 billion order

Chiuso 19/09/22 09:54

Double award for Gas and Heat, in the wake of the energy transition

RINA and Bureau Veritas granted their Approval in Principle to two different solutions developed by the Livorno-based company to transport and use ammonia as fuel

Chiuso 19/09/22 09:51

ENI draws from Exmar for the development of its assets in Congo

The Italian group took over the Tango FLNG from the Belgian shipowner and chartered the gas carrier Excalibur as a storage unit for 10 years. Both are destined for the offshore block Marine XII

Chiuso 19/09/22 09:49

CMA CGM's MedGulf service returns to Genoa

The first ship of the new rotation, which will reach the US Gulf, is expected to call the Italian port on 29 September. MSC meanwhile adds calls on its shuttle between Gioia Tauro and Egypt

Chiuso 18/09/22 19:06

Barcelona Port Authority signs agreement with major cruise lines to speed up cold ironing

The project, called Nexigen, will reduce harmful emissions by 38%. The first ships will be connected to the grid in 2026

Chiuso 18/09/22 19:04

Hyundai Samho will build two new dual-fuelled PCTCs

The units will have a capacity of 8,000 cars and will be delivered in 2025. The name of the owner is not yet officially known, but it should be Ray Car Carries

Chiuso 14/09/22 15:35

Yang Ming also chooses transparency, Taiwanese company joins SRTI

By signing the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative, companies pledge to make public the policies they adopt on ship recycling. With Yang Ming, the number of signatory shipowners rises to 31

Chiuso 14/09/22 09:19

The sixth cruise ship in the Disney fleet will be called Treasure

In service from 2024, it was built by Meyer Werft shipyards and will have 1,250 guest cabins and 140,000 tonnes of tonnage

Chiuso 12/09/22 10:16

Rosetti Marino lands in Qatar with a new local branch

With the strong recovery of gas-related projects, the Ravenna-based shipyard has returned to expand its international presence, also to cope with the increase in orders

Chiuso 12/09/22 10:14

Neil Palomba quit Carnival

The Italian manager, Chief Operating Officer of Carnival Cruise Line since July 2020, has reportedly decided to pursue new professional opportunities

Chiuso 12/09/22 10:03

Isola now comes aboard as Master owner

RifLine buys the first ship for the fleet of controlled Kalypso Shipping Company: it is the 'French' (as for its last charter to CMA CGM) Burgundy of 3,400 TEUs

Chiuso 12/09/22 10:00

Rolls-Royce hybrid engines for new Liberty Lines ferries

At the SMM trade fair in Hamburg, the Spanish shipyard Armon commissioned the British group to supply 9 propulsion systems for hi-speed ferries for the Italian company

Chiuso 12/09/22 09:56

Hyundai Heavy Industries will build the world's largest LCO2 carrier

Following the delivery of the certificate of approval by Lloyd's Register, the 40.000 cm unit will be built in Korea

Chiuso 12/09/22 09:53

SAL Heavy Lift and Jumbo Shipping will build zero-emission heavy-load vessels

This joint project, which involves the two companies specialized in heavy lift, is aimed at the construction of four new units and is called Orca Class