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Fleet Week is back in NYC

New York Post 25 May 2022
Navy Wasp-class amphibious assault ship, as it takes part in a parade of ships during Fleet Week 2022 in New York, U.S ... US Sailors and Marines stand on the flight deck of the USS Bataan as the ship passes the Statue of Liberty ... Marines stand on the deck of the USS Bataan, as part of the parade of ships for Fleet Week in New York.
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Provaris links up with Stena’s Northern Marine to advance compressed hydrogen carrier project

Splash24/7 25 May 2022
The ASX-listed Provaris said it will also review commercial opportunities for a fleet of H2Neo carriers currently under development for Northern Marine to provide ship management services ... “A partnership with a globally recognised ship manager ...
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Globus Maritime orders bulker pair from Nantong COSCO KHI

Seatrade Maritime News 20 May 2022
... Ship Engineering ... Globus is an integrated dry bulk shipping company that provides marine transportation services worldwide and presently owns, operates, and manages a fleet of nine dry bulk vessels.  .
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How a Cold War-era Navy ship was sunk to become famous diving spot off Florida Keys

Stars and Stripes 19 May 2022
The 6,880-ton ship was delivered from the James River Reserve Fleet in Virginia, where it had sat mothballed since being decommissioned in 1989 ... Regardless of the ship’s position on the ocean floor, it was now a dive tourism hot spot, and the way it was situated on its side ...
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Major Marine Tours Orders Scania Quad V8 Powered High-Speed Catamarans

The Maritime Executive 18 May 2022
The 87-foot Spirit of Matushka, delivered in the Spring of 2021 and its sister ship Skana, launched this month, were constructed by All American Marine, a company based in Bellingham, Washington ... The identical ships are the fastest, most fuel-efficient vessels in the Major Marine Tours fleet.
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International Women in Maritime Day 2022

The Maritime Executive 18 May 2022
... dedicated to supporting maritime companies in their goals to add value to the global shipping industry; to founding NAMEPA (North American Marine Environment Protection Association); to taking on SHIPPINGInsight- the fleet optimization and innovation platform for shipping.
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Atienza Interisland Ferries readies for return of domestic tourism

The Manila Times 11 May 2022
... instrumental in realizing his dream to start modernizing his company's fleet, especially Marina; shipbuilder, RAJ & T Marine Services, which is owned by his classmate Tuliao; and the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP), which provided financing for the ship acquisition.
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Privatizing A Strategic Asset Like Sci Makes Little Sense | Mint

Live Mint 09 May 2022
With 7,318 ships under the Chinese flag in 2021 and a further 1,764 registered in Hong Kong, China is de facto the world’s biggest merchant marine power, with a total tonnage capacity of 348 million DWT, only marginally behind world leader Greece’s 373 million DWT, but most of ...
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The Royal Navy is more than about ships

Islington Tribune 06 May 2022
Fleet reviews may be history but there should always be “sea room” for ... The Fleet Air Arm and Royal Marines make it obvious that the Royal Navy is about more than ships and submarines ... (Royal Marines/Fleet Air Arm pilot).
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Navy shipbuilding plan draws congressional fire as legislators gear up for another funding battle

Stars and Stripes 03 May 2022
(Tribune News Service) — The Navy’s new long-term shipbuilding plan seems to raise as many questions for Congress as it answers — including when or if it will reach the longstanding goal of a 355-ship fleet and what it wants to do about the amphibious ships that carry Marines to hostile shores.
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Thirty years of climate research funding has overlooked the potential of experimental transformative technologies

Phys Dot Org 03 May 2022
The dominance of the Global North, and the U.K ... Dr ... Marine cloud brightening (0.15%) and Cloud thinning (0%)—The academics argue marine cloud brightening could be deployed relatively quickly, using fleets of ships to spray sea water into the air below marine clouds, thereby increasing the clouds' reflectivity and longevity ... These include. ... DOI ... ....
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Hapag-Lloyd Selects ORBCOMM’s Newest Dry Marine Container Telematics Solution to Manage Its ...

Kentucky New Era 26 Apr 2022
ROCHELLE PARK, N.J., April 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ORBCOMM Inc., a global provider of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, today announced that Hapag-Lloyd, one of the world’s leading global shipping lines, has selected ORBCOMM’s newest telematics technology to provide end-to-end visibility for their extensive fleet of dry marine containers.
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Can "Green Corridors" Help Cut Shipping's Carbon Footprint?

The Maritime Executive 25 Apr 2022
China is the world’s largest shipbuilder and the country with the largest shipping fleet, but noticeably did not sign up to the Clydebank Declaration in Glasgow ... “We anticipate that China will focus on improving energy efficiency of its fleet, but we do hope they ...

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