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‘Ordering a Little Less is the Way Forward’

MaerskMaking money by investing in ships on speculation is limited, despite the fact that prices of ships are pretty low, according to Nils Smedegaard Andersen, chief executive of the Danish shipping company AP Møller- Mærsk.

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World’s Largest Cruise Ship in Solent

Oasis of the SeasThe largest cruise ship in the world, the Oasis of the Seas, 225,282gt, (pictured) called at Southampton on Oct 15, her first visit to a British port.

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End of Syria Chemical Operation

Cape RayTHE US Military Sealift Command cargo ship Cape Ray (pictured) was due to be returned to layup following her mission in the eastern Mediterranean involving the destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons.

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Discovery of Franklin Ship on Seabed

Erebus or TerrorThe wreck of one of the two expedition ships used by Sir John Franklin in a bid to find the North-West Passage in 1846 has been found during a Canadian expedition to the Victoria Strait.

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Perth Harbour Put Up For Sale

Perth HarbourPerth Harbour has been put up for sale by the Perth and Kinross Council to try and raise private-sector investment and position the harbour as a key logistics hub.

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New Family of Bi-Fuel Engines

Rolls Royce B3345Rolls-Royce has developed a new family of medium-speed engines for the marine market that will include versions powered by diesel and gas.

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Langness Lighthouse on the Isle of Man was established in 1880 and was a manned lighthouse until being automated in 1996. The stars of Orion’s Belt can be clearly seen. The brightest object is actually the planet Jupiter. The dark skies on the Isle of Man make it an ideal location for admiring the celestial wonders (Ron Strathdee www.digitalmanphotography.com)