Bluefin Tuna: Interesting Facts About A Surprising Endangered Species

Beyond critically endangered there are categories of extinction including extinct in the wild all the way up to entirely extinct. So, here is a little information about on species that is endangered headed in the direction of critically endangered: the Bluefin Tuna.

The World’s Most Dangerous Shark

White and tiger sharks are well known as some of the largest and most aggressive shark species. Bull sharks are smaller, relatively speaking, but are thought to have attacked more people than any other species. What makes bull sharks so dangerous?

Ship Burst into Flames off Japan

A container ship burst into flames on 12 July in waters off Japan.

Oceanology International China 3-5 November 2015, CECIS, Shanghai

There are just two weeks left to submit your abstract for Oceanology International China 2015 Conference.

Alfa Laval Environmental Products Selected for the New Petrofac JSD6000

Oil and gas industry service provider Petrofac has selected a range of Alfa Laval environmental products for the new Petrofac JSD6000.

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Bluefin Tuna: Interesting Facts About A Surprising Endangered Species

Beyond critically endangered there are categories of extinction including extinct in the wild all the way up to entirely extinct. So,...

- 26th August 2015

The World’s Most Dangerous Shark

White and tiger sharks are well known as some of the largest and most aggressive shark species. Bull sharks are smaller,...

- 23rd August 2015

Marine Life of Western Australia- GoPro, by Lisa West

A short video showing marine life you can see freediving throughout Western Australia ; stingrays, caves, crayfish, dolphins, fish, seabirds and...

- 1st August 2015

8 Most Amazing Facts About Sharks

Sharks are one of the most fascinating species on earth. Here are the most amazing facts about them.

- 8th June 2015

Ocean Tankers to strengthen its Anti-Piracy Measures

Ocean Tankers told IHS Maritime it plans to strengthen its anti-piracy measures in the wake of the second hijacking its fleet...

- 15th May 2015

Shipping Losses ‘Lowest in 10 Years’

The number of shipping losses dropped to a 10-year low last year, according to the third safety and shipping review.

- 5th April 2015

Flaws in Port State Control Regime Revealed By ‘Ghost ships’

Smuggling of migrants to Europe on two merchant ships has raised questions over the effectiveness of port state control and maritime...

- 10th January 2015

New Chemical Tanker Safety Guide Published by ICS

A fully updated edition of the definitive industry guidance on chemical tanker safety has just been published by the International Chamber...

- 13th December 2014

Panel Proposes New Jobs to Root Out Piracy

Piracy is the by-product of unemployment and disregard faced by entire generations of young men and women in Somalia, according to...

- 25th November 2014

Anti Piracy: Maritime Security Company Takes Action on New Threats

An international maritime security company is stepping up its services to combat piracy and maritime crime.

- 20th November 2014

Somalian Pirates Release Indian Asphalt Venture seafarers

Seven Indian seafarers held hostage by Somalian pirates for more than four years have been released.

- 5th November 2014

Anti-Piracy: Shipping cuts piracy roots with learning centre Girija Shettar

A anti-piracy initiative has taken shape in Djibouti. Companies in the shipping sector to eliminate the foundations of piracy in the...

- 4th November 2014