Monthly Archives : September 2014

Marine Pollution Miami

Marine Pollution USA

      17 – 18 November 2014, Mayfair Hotel & Spa, Coconut Grove, Miami Ensure marine pollution compliance, best practice claims management and effective emergency response. Get updated on what is going on in the industry as far as…

No Comments / 30th September 2014

Seawork International 2015

Seawork International 2015’s sales have rocketed, and far exceed that of previous years already; promising another bumper year for clients and exhibitors, old and new.

No Comments / 29th September 2014


Continuous Emissions Monitoring – Why Knowledge is Power for ECA Compliance

With the arrival of the Emission Control Area (ECA), shipowners will be under significant pressure to prove compliance or else face significant fines.

No Comments / 29th September 2014

Ballast Water Treatment

[Ballast Water] Hyde Marine Strikes Agreement for Expanded Hyde Guardian Gold™ Installations

Hyde Marine has established agreement for installation of the Hyde GUARDIAN Gold™ Ballast Water Treatment System in international markets.

No Comments / 28th September 2014

Oil Spill

[Oil Spill] Penguins Rescued in Need of Knitted Sweaters

Penguins rescued from oil spills need sweaters to wear as a source of warmth and a method of stopping them from trying to clean off the toxic oil.

No Comments / 27th September 2014

Marine Litter

Volunteers Clear Beaches of Marine Litter Left Behind by Others

The International Voluntary Coastal Cleanup Campaign Clear Beaches of Marine Litter Left Behind by Others.

No Comments / 26th September 2014


Fishing Vessel and Cargo Ship Collide In the East China Sea

Fishing Vessel and Cargo Ship Collide north off the disputed Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands.

No Comments / 25th September 2014

Climate Change

Pacific Islanders Threatened By Climate Change Face A Legal Black Hole

Indigenous communities make up five percent of the world’s population, and are often directly and drastically affected by climate change, even when they aren’t forced to relocate. And those like Ursula Rakova whose land is disappearing from beneath their feet have to negotiate a transition without any legal framework to guide them.

No Comments / 24th September 2014


[Anti Piracy] US joines ReCAAP

The United States has become the 20th member of Singapore-based anti piracy body Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP).

No Comments / 23rd September 2014

UN Climate Summit

People’s Climate March – Science Shows Up in Force

People’s Climate March is intended to remind world leaders gathering in New York City for a United Nations climate summit that people around the world demand action to halt global warming.

No Comments / 21st September 2014


Capturing the Essence and Beauty of Shipwrecks Around the World

Photographer Anton Rijsdijk hunted down the most intriguing shipwrecks. 66 beautiful photographs in this must-have book called: On the Rocks.

No Comments / 20th September 2014


New VDR System From Kelvin Hughes Boasts Many Innovative Features

New VDR System from Kelvin Hughes meets the new 2014 standards and boasts many innovative features.

No Comments / 19th September 2014


SOLAS: Majority of Global Tanker Fleet Have Yet to Adopt ECDIS Ahead of the 2015 Deadline

UKHO calls on tanker owners and operators to ensure compliance with SOLAS rules on ECDIS carriage.

No Comments / 18th September 2014

Ebola Virus

IMO joins international Ebola travel and transport task force

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has joined the international ad hoc Ebola Travel and Transport Task Force.

No Comments / 17th September 2014

Crew support services

Damen Starts Building The Walk 2 Work Crew Support Services Vessel

Final touches have been made to the Damen Walk 2 Work vessel , a completely new and innovative design for the offshore support vessel market.

No Comments / 15th September 2014

Shipping business

Shipping Business A Top Priority for Indonesia’s New President

Indonesia’s President-Elect declared in his election campaign that the development of maritime infrastructure would be a top priority for his government.

No Comments / 14th September 2014