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21-Jun-2017, SWS launches 20,000-teu "Cosco Shipping Taurus"

Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding (SWS) has launched the largest containership ever built in China the 20,000 TEU COSCO Shipping Taurus. The boxship was built for COSCO Shipping Corporation and feature...



19-Jun-2017, Petredec to order up to four VLGCs

Petredec Holdings has agreed a contract with Jiangnan Shipyard for the construction of two 84,000cbm LPG carriers. The vessels will be built to be the most economical VLGC’s in the global fleet whilst...



15-Jun-2017, DSIC Offshore holds steel cutting for the first 85,000cbm VLEC

On 15 June, DSIC Offshore held the steel cutting ceremony of first 85,000cbm VLEC for JHW Engineering & Contracting’s (JHW). The VLEC will be equipped with FOUR cargo tanks, three of which are IMO Typ...



13-Jun-2017, Royal Caribbean has launched the "Symphony of the Seas"

On 13 June, Royal Caribbean has successfully launched "Symphony of the Seas". The "Symphony of the Sea", with 2,775 total staterooms, is under construction at STX France shipyard. It will be the large...



09-Jun-2017, Second DFDS RoRo launched in Flensburg

The vessel was launched from the construction berth into the water to be completed alongside the quay in Flensburg by the Danish shipping and logistics company DFDS. Following the delivery of sister v...



01-Jun-2017, Chengxi Shipyard held the naming and delivery of asphalt tanker "Black Duck"

On June 1, the naming and delivery of an asphalt tanker "Black Duck" was held at Chengxi Shipyard. This vessel was the first 7,800DWT asphalt tanker built for Kumiai Senpaku Pte Ltd. Features with 119...



31-May-2017, PERFECt phase II readies COGES LNG boxship for the order book

At the Nor-Shipping trade fair in Oslo today, project partners ABB, OMT, GTT, Caterpillar's Solar Turbines, CMA CGM, its subsidiary CMA Ships, and DNV GL, presented the results of phase II of the PERF...



31-May-2017, STX France to build two LNG-fuelled with options for two additional mega cruise ships for MSC Cruises

STX France has signed a contract to build two 200,000 GRT LNG-fuelled with options for two additional mega cruise ships for MSC Cruises. Both vessels will measure 330m in length and 47m in a breath. N...



30-May-2017, Berge Bulk takes delivery of "Berge Phan Xi Pang"

On 30 May, Berge Bulk took delivery of "Berge Phan Xi Pang" from Japanese Imabari Shipyard. The 38,000 dwt vessel features a length of 180 meters and a width of 29.8 meters. "Berge Phan Xi Pang" embar...



29-May-2017, Eimskip, Royal Arctic Line Opt for Deltamarin design

Icelandic Eimskip Ltd and Greenland-based Royal Arctic Line A/S have ordered three container vessels based on Deltamarin's design. The 2,150 TEU container vessels will be built at the Guangzhou Wencho...



26-May-2017, CLDN books two more ro-ro ships from Hyundai Mipo

Viking Ocean Cruises extend their order books at Fincantieri with a signed memorandum of agreement for two additional cruise ships. The two vessels together were priced at USD 119.38 million and will ...



23-May-2017, DSME sure for its LNG technical superiority

Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) can no longer claim exclusivity and will be banned from promoting the LNG Carrier Partial Re-liquefaction System (PRS), after South Korea's Supreme Cour...



19-May-2017, GSI delivers final newbuilding "Navig8 Gratitude"

On 19 May, Navig8 Product Tankers have taken delivery of the "Navig8 Gratitude" from China's Guangzhou Shipyard International Company Limited (GSI). The 113,000 DWT LR2 tanker will be entered into and...



11-May-2017, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) has taken delivery of "Cape Hayatomo"

On 11 May, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) has taken delivery of Capesize bulk carrier "Cape Hayatomo" from Namura Shipbuilding. "Cape Hayatomo", which features a length of 330 meters and a width of 57...



11-May-2017, Pasha Hawaii's had selected for the construction of two LNG plus two additional vessels at Keppel AmFELS

Pasha Hawaii announced for the construction of two new Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) fueled containerships, with the option to order two additional vessels at Keppel AmFELS, a subsidiary of Keppel Offsh...



11-May-2017, Hyundai Samho wins two VLCC

Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries has won a new order to build up to four Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs) from John Fredriksen's Frontline. Frontline has been reported that it is having talks for 1+1 3...



09-May-2017, Vogemann orders four bulkers at Taizhou Kouan

Taizhou Kouan Shipbuilding has announced that it has signed shipbuilding contracts for the construction of four 38,800dwt bulk carriers with German owner Reederei H. Vogemann. The Green Dolphin type 3...



05-May-2017, Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction wins order for a pair of 114,000 DWT Aframax tanker

HHIC-Phil Inc. (Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction - Philippines) has recently secured a contract for a pair of 114,000 DWT crude oil tankers. The 114,000dwt tankers measure 249.9 meters in length...



03-May-2017, BW orders 4 VLCCs at Samsung Heavy Industries

BW Group order for four crude carriers at Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI). Samsung Heavy Industries informed that the contract has a value of KRW 378.4 billion (USD 334.8 million), with each of the shi...



02-May-2017, Korea Shipping Corporation signed four bulker newbuilding contracts

Korea Line Corporation has placed an order for four bulk carriers from Chengxi Shipyard. The four new vessels were scheduled to be delivered from April 30, 2019, until January 31, 2020 and would be us...




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