Last Updated on Friday, 31 October 2014 17:41 Written by John Young (Marine Correspondent)
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In 10 to 20 years time, there will be 200m long cargo vessels sailing the oceans without the need of a captain or crew, say researchers at the Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute (MARINTEK).
Nexth month, work is to start on a new canal in Nicaragua linking the Caribbean Sea with the Pacific Ocean.The canal is due to be completed in 2019. The work on the Interoceanic Canal of Nicaragua, also known as the Nicaragua Grand Canal, will begin at the mouth of the Brito River in the Rivas department.
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