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Over the Moon with Luna
MOL to Pioneer Arctic Route for LNG
An Eye for Art With Containers...
The 38th Voyage - Charles W. Morgan Sails Again

With 49 crew and the ability to accommodate 18 guests, a charter on board Luna presents a unique opportunity to experience the finest that the yachting world has to offer.

Launched by Lloyd Werft in Germany during 2010 to international acclaim, this magnificent superyacht is now available for charter for the first time. At 115m build she has become the world’s largest charter expedition yacht.

Mitsui OSK Lines will begin shipping liquefied natural gas through the Arctic Ocean in 2018 — making it the first company in the world to tap the sea as a regular transit route.

Using icebreakers and tankers, the company plans to deliver LNG shipments to Europe and Asia from a gas plant to be built on the Yamal Peninsula in northern Russia, where gas producer Novatek is engaged in a joint LNG venture.

The container ship CMA CGM Magellan, 150,269gt, has been transformed into a gigantic work of art by a world-renowned artist, JR.

The artist worked on the collage of 151 containers and these were used as pixels so that once loaded onto the ship, they became a work of art.

The picture that was assembled on the ship is the eyes of Elizabeth, a Kenyan woman living in the Kibera slums, in Nairobi.

On May 17 the rebuilt whaler Charles W. Morgan of 1841 was towed from Mystic, Connecticut to start her 38th voyage.

This was the first time that she had left Mystic since 1941 and was on a tour of the ports of New England. At New London the 105ft Charles W. Morgan was fitted with running rigging and her sails were bent ready for sail trials.

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Costa Concordia Salvaged in Massive Operation

Maritime Log | Tue, 9 Sep

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The massive operation to refloat the wreck of the cruise ship Costa Concordia, 114,137gt, was successfully completed on July ...

DFDS Contemplates UN Buy

Ferry World | Tue, 9 Sep

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If DFDS are closing perhaps what was once their most iconic route they have made a bid for a ...

P&O Cruises’ Latest Ship Names Revealed

Asia-Pacific | Tue, 9 Sep

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After sifting through more than 30,000 suggestions from across Australia and New Zealand, P&O Cruises literally drew a line ...

Naval Update

Naval Focus | Tue, 9 Sep

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British NewsOn 5 July the helicopter assault ship HMS Ocean put to sea for the first time since October ...

Tyne Connection to the Asian Market

Maritime Log | Sat, 30 Aug

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The shipping and logistics specialist Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL), is providing a link to the Port of Tyne on ...

The 38th Voyage - Charles W. Morgan Sails Again

Sail Review | Sat, 30 Aug

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The first recorded race for fishing smacks in Essex was at Bradwell in ...

Peel Ports Apprentices ‘Under Sail’ for Two Weeks

From the Lookout | Sat, 30 Aug

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Recently, apprentices from Port of Liverpool and Medway completed the first ever Apprentice Ship Cup Challenge....

Eddie Jordan Factor Sells Second Sunseeker 155

Superyacht News | Sat, 30 Aug

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Getting high profi le celebrity endorsements is one way to secure the production of a ...

Syrian Chemicals Arrive at UK Military Port

Maritime Log | Wed, 20 Aug

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Some 150 tonnes of chemical materials from Syria’s chemical weapons stockpile arrived at the Marchwood Military Port in Hampshire ...

Australian Mining Giant Eyes Four More

Asia-Pacific | Wed, 20 Aug

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Last month we reported Fortescue Metals Group’s order for four very large ore carriers valued at $275m....

Last Scandanavian Route Closes

Ferry World | Wed, 20 Aug

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The end of September will see the demise of the last UK-Denmark passenger service when DFDS’s Sirena Seaways is ...

Forgotten Fighters - The First World War At Sea

From the Lookout | Wed, 20 Aug

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I hope to be in London in the next few weeks and fully intend to visit the exhibition “Forgotten ...

Heavy Lift Semi-submersible Storm Rrolls Into Service

Maritime Log | Thu, 31 Jul

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Now in service with the Dutch heavy lift company RollDock Shipping BV is the Rolldock Storm, its fourth semi-submersible ...

Naval Update

Naval Focus | Thu, 31 Jul

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US NewsIn an effort to boost the effectiveness of its NATO Ballistic missile defence plan, the US Navy has ...

China Cosco Invests $176m in Six Panamax Bulkers

Asia-Pacific | Thu, 31 Jul

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China Cosco Holdings has entered into agreements to construct and buy a total of six dry bulk carriers at ...

Corsican Troubles

Ferry World | Thu, 31 Jul

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Down on the Med another French operator representing another 2,600 crew and shore staff is facing financial trauma and ...

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The History of the RMS Queen Mary

In 1929, the Mauretania lost the Blue Riband record for transatlantic crossings to Germany’s new ss Bremen liner. Then it became clearer to Cunard Line’s directors that they had to replace their increasingly outdated Mauretania, Aquitania and Berengaria ships with new ocean liners. As such, Cunard laid down the first design plans for the RMS Queen...

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Radio Waves over Anglesey

The cliff bound shoreline along the north coast of the island of Anglesey in North Wales is a favoured holiday haunt during the summer months, but with its strong tides, currents and over falls (areas of steep breaking seas produced by the opposing forces of wind and tide), coupled with northerly gales in autumn and winter, it can be a very different place indeed,...

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When this August 2014 edition of Sea Breezes is published it will be one hundred years since the beginning of the First World War. Heralding this anniversary, a flood of new books has filled the shelves both...

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