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Holland America Line is introducing Rolling Stone Rock Room, a new classic rock club developed in partnership with Rolling Stone, the world’s leading authority in music.

40 years ago, on September 13, 1978, Jacques R. Saadé launched the first maritime line between Marseilles and Beirut, with only one ship and four employees.

The port aut­ho­ri­ties of Ham­burg, Bar­ce­lo­na, Ant­werp, Los An­ge­les, Long Beach, Van­cou­ver and Rot­ter­dam are plea­sed to an­noun­ce the launch of the World Ports Cli­ma­te Ac­tion Pro­gram.

Bureau Veritas is integrating its digital platforms with the [bluester] online marketplace.

A declaration of intent was signed on 11 September between AIDA Cruises, the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, and the Hanseatic city of Rostock.

DNV GL - Maritime has released its second Maritime Forecast to 2050 - Energy Transition Outlook (ETO)

Ship owner and operator of LPG vessels BW LPG has signed contracts for the delivery and retrofitting of four LPG-propelled dual-fuel engines in its Tanker fleet.

Airbus is to equip its own ships with SeaWing automated towing kites to help reduce energy costs by up to 20 percent.

AmaWaterways has released a 3D rendering video preview of its newest luxury river cruise ship, the AmaMagna, which is set to make its debut in May 2019. The video shows off a number of features of the new ship

the production of Viking Line’s new passenger cruise ship starts at the Xiamen Shipbuilding Industry Co., Ltd. (XSI) shipyard in China. The first steel plates are being cut in the traditional Steel Cutting ceremony. The new vessel will be...

Wärtsilä’s public announcement of ‘An Oceanic Awakening’ – a global initiative focused on the radical transformation of the world’s marine and energy industry into one supremely efficient, ecologically sound and digitally connected...

As a central part of Stena Line’s efforts to reduce fuel consumption and minimise environmental impact, the company is now running a pilot study where artificial intelligence technology is implemented on board vessels.


For visitors, the Russian town on Norway’s Svalbard archipelago combines the contrasts of pristine Arctic beauty and Soviet style industry. Nowadays, however, Barentsburg is reshaping its business-focus to become a modern Russian hub for...

More than 50 oceanographic researchers are on board Russia´s polar research flagship «Akademik Tryoshnikov» as it makes its way towards the Laptev Sea and East Siberian Sea.

Classification society DNV GL Tuesday introduced its free to access Alternative Fuels Insight (AFI) platform to the shipping industry. The new AFI platform offers a comprehensive and continually updated overview of alternative fuel...

On September 8, we will launch the world’s first ocean cleanup system from our assembly yard in Alameda, through the San Francisco Bay, toward the infamous Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

Preparations for the change of the vessel on Gothenburg-Frederikshavn are in full motion on the Öresundsvarvet in Landskrona. Yesterday afternoon the flag and name was changed. The flag was changed from Danish to Swedish and the name from...

Two 30-metre tall Rotor Sails have been installed onboard the product tanker vesselMaersk Pelican targeting a reduction in fuel cost and associated emissions on typical global shipping routes of 7-10%.


With the AIDAnova getting closer to launching service, Carnival Maritime has been running an advanced LNG training program at sea since June.