Marine Navigation in the Canadian Arctic
Marine industry groups announced the launch of a new trial incentive program in the Santa Barbara Channel to slow cargo ships down to reduce air pollution
Navigating the poles with the help of the UN
ICS has published its latest Annual Review of maritime policy and regulatory developments in advance of its Annual General Meeting
The U.S. Navy released an updated Arctic Roadmap to prepare naval forces over the next 15 years for operations in the Arctic Ocean.
MONALISA 2.0 had its debut in Western Norway during the Green Fjord’ conference in Geiranger, January 22/23, 2014
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has awarded two substantial new contracts to provide emergency towage services in Far North Queensland and maintain its aids to navigation network.
European Commission adopted the NAIADES II package “Towards quality inland waterway transport”.
California Shipping Lanes Moved in Attempt to Avoid Killing Whales
AMSA takes measures to protect Western Australia s Ningaloo Coast
Princess Cruises, P&O Cruises extend pause in cruise sailings05/06/2020
Atmospheric CO2 peak hits record in May 202005/06/2020
RMI investigation: Poor SMS implementation linked to fatal fall onboard05/06/2020
Black Sea MoU: 17 detentions for CIC-related deficiencies in 201905/06/2020
Risks and challenges arising during remote pilotage05/06/2020
USCG alerts on risks posed by small fish05/06/2020
InterManager encourages seafarers to submit data to Maritime Champions Club05/06/2020
US DOE looks for input on offshore wind environmental research05/06/2020
2000 seafarers to land in Goa via chartered flights05/06/2020
MPA Singapore launches smart port challenge 202005/06/2020