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  • Norwegian Cruise Line Counts Losses after Insignia Fire

      Miami-based cruise ship operator Norwegian Cruise Line has quantified the financial impact of the engine room fire on board Oceania Cruises’ Insignia which killed one crewmember and two contractors on December 11.  The incident occurred while Insignia was docked in St. Lucia during a ten-day voyage that departed San Juan, Puerto Rico on December 7, resulting in the cancellation of the remainder ...

  • OOCL Adds New Intra-Asia Service

    Hong Kong-headquartered container shipping company Oriental Overseas Container Line (OOCL) has  introduced a new service, the North China / Pusan / Southeast Asia Service (NPS), as part of its existing Intra-Asia network.The new service will be operated by OOCL with four 2,200-2,500 TEU (twenty foot equivalent unit) container ships and will commence on January 27, 2015, with the ina...

  • Russian Cruise Operators Launch St. Petersburg Association

    Russia’s cruise operators Arctur Travel, Baltic Travel, Inflot Worldwide, St. Peter Line and Passenger port of St. Petersburg established the Cruise Industry Leaders Association of St. Petersburg to develop cruise tourism in Russia, raise awareness about cruises among citizens of the country and to promote St. Petersburg as a major cruise and ferry destination on an international level.The as...

  • Oil Spill Threatens Black Sea Coastline

    A leak on Tikhoretsk-Tuapse-2 pipeline caused an oil spill in the Black Sea, close to Russia’s port of Tuapse, covering some 70,000 square meters, according to preliminary estimates, IAA PortNews reports.According to Rescue & Environmental Operations Centre OJSC (ECOSPAS), the photos show that the spill is quite large, and that the entire Black Sea coast ...

  • MV Fairload Ships Beaver Dredger and Workboat to Mexico

      Jumbo’s crew assisted in dismantling the cutter ladder part of the dredger utilizing the Fairload’s cranes. The cutter ladder was stowed below deck together with the workboat. The main unit was stowed on deck and measured 47.15 x 12.45 x 11.60m and weighed 356t.  During the technical evaluation Jumbo positioned herself with a reliable and safe proposal with ample space between the cranes...

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