Among all the super-yachts launched during the year 2012, ‘Lady Sura’ by Trinity Yachts has caught everyone’s attention by its beauty and style. Continue reading
Southampton Boat Show in September this year will be a launching stage for Oyster 885, a classy megayacht. Continue reading
Last month Istanbul hosted a gala event during which Vertigo was presented. The stylish and ultra-modern yacht ‘Vertigo’ carved her place as the Sailing Yacht of the Year. She won the prestigious title ‘Neptune Award’ which acknowledged her title as The Yacht of the Year! She also stood high as the Best Sailing Yacht over 40metres. Continue reading
Japan’s factory ship Nisshin Maru and two more vessels set off to the whaling grounds to begin its controversial annual whale hunt in the Southern Ocean, without farewell ceremony.
Fleet’s departure this year was delayed by few weeks than usual. As a result, the hunt might get shortened. Continue reading
Nissho Shipping Co., Ltd. will own a new vessel that is being built at Japanese shipyard Naikai Zosen Corporation. The vessel is going to be the first one to get approval from PMA – the Panama Maritime Authority.
Technical assistance from ClassNK helped to obtain the certificate which was issued for a new 27,200 dwt (deadweight tonnage) open-hatch bulk carrier that will be delivered to Nissho Shipping in the fall of 2012.
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Updated Feb 2012
One of North America’s largest yachts ‘Attessa IV’ shows off all the glimmers and shimmers of high profile classy and lavish lifestyles. It not only has several guest cabins and dining salons but it also swanks a swimming pool and two helipads.
According to ‘Clarkson Research Services Ltd’, a unit of the world’s largest shipbroker, the global oil tanker convoy will undergo an expansion almost three times faster than this year’s demand. Continue reading
The Indian government is braced to go all ‘green’ on its shipping ports and is taking measures for it to actually become a reality. To lower greenhouse gas emissions, ships docking on Indian ports will be assessed on fuel consumption and gases emitted such as carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide. Green ships docking at Indian ports will be given discounts based on their performance at the International Environmental Ship Index. Continue reading