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Govt to construct world-class cruise terminal in Varanasi: Sarbananda Sonowal

The Economic Times 26 Sep 2023
... terminal in Varanasi with the aim of enhancing river cruise tourism in the city.

At the Yacht Club de Monaco smart marinas lead to a sustainable tourism

Enid News & Eagle 26 Sep 2023
Egypt has worked hard to welcome all those who visit the country by sea on cruise ships or yachts,” underlines Rear Admiral Reda Ahmed Ismail, head of maritime transport sector of Egypt.

Reload and restart – A new chapter for the future

Seatrade Maritime News 25 Sep 2023
Five are regular sessions, including "Ship and Offshore Engineering" "Shipping and Port" "Maritime Finance and Law", and "Marine Equipment Technology", and a special session of "Cruise" is added ... With the featured zone “Marintec Cruise Interiors” at the exhibition this year, Senior Maritime Forum will also have a special session focusing on Cruise.

One dead, two seriously injured after NZ yacht accident off Fiji coast

RNZ 25 Sep 2023
Maritime New Zealand's Rescue Coordination Centre confirmed that one person died after being hit by the mast. An Australian cruise ship, the Pacific Explorer, diverted its route to help the yacht. But a Maritime NZ said the cruise ship was too big and could only pick up one of the survivors for medical treatment.

Mayday call: Three NZers on yacht seriously injured

RNZ 25 Sep 2023
Three New Zealanders on board a yacht are seriously injured after being hit by a broken mast off the coast of Fiji, with one now receiving medical attention on a cruise ship ... Maritime New Zealand's Rescue Co-ordination Centre said one person was transferred to the cruise for medical treatment, but more help would be needed.

Mayday call: Australian cruise ship reaches injured person on NZ yacht

RNZ 24 Sep 2023
An Australian cruise ship has ... Maritime New Zealand said the Australian cruise ship Pacific Explorer diverted its route to help the yacht.

PLA navy rescues Philippine fishermen

Shenzhen Daily 24 Sep 2023
... Coast Guard, the PLA naval vessel Aba was approached by two Philippine fishermen seeking help during its cruise in the eastern maritime zone of the Nansha Islands.

As San Pedro looks at tourist connections, the push to move USS Iowa resurfaces

The Press Enterprise 23 Sep 2023
... in connection also with the growing cruise terminal next door and a small park now being built along the street. The area, which also borders the cruise terminal’s parking lots, is within what is a security maritime designation that has brought some of the added barriers.

Royal Caribbean Group conducts 12 weeks of biofuel testing

SAFETY4SEA 22 Sep 2023
The Royal Caribbean’s cruise ship, Symphony of the Seas, successfully tested and used a biofuel blend in Barcelona, Spain for 12 weeks ... Innovation and collaboration between ports and shipping companies are key to accelerate the decarbonisation of maritime transport.

Agri-giant ADM agrees to cease port operations, terminate lease

The Galveston Daily News 22 Sep 2023
With the agreement comes the prospect of demolishing a grain elevator and silos, relics of a once prosperous island industry, to make way for cargo and other maritime industry development long coveted but not as easily forthcoming as the port's booming cruise business.

PLA navy rescues wounded Philippine fisherman

Xinhua 22 Sep 2023
... Command Navy and the South China Sea division of the China Coast Guard, the PLA naval vessel Aba was approached by two Philippine fishermen seeking help during its cruise in the eastern maritime zone of the Nansha Islands.

Seaside LNG Joins SEA-LNG Enhancing Coalition Reach and Expertise

Enid News & Eagle 21 Sep 2023
Seaside LNG provides LNG production and maritime transportation logistics to meet the growing demand for LNG, a cleaner alternative fuel, to customers in the maritime, aerospace and transportation industries ... TRAVEL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CRUISE MARITIME OTHER ENERGY TRANSPORT UTILITIES OIL/GAS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY FINANCE.

Weathernews: Collaboration is Essential to Help Shipping Meet the Future

The Maritime Executive 21 Sep 2023
The message was loud and clear at Weathernews Inc’s ‘Explore the Future of Maritime Operations’ cruise reception during London International Shipping Week, with unanimous agreement that joining forces in constructive, transparent partnerships is the only way the ...

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