Sunday, December 21, 2014
   
Text Size

Massive Night Search for Lone Yachtsman

HMS St AlbansThree lifeboats, two search and rescue helicopters and a Royal Navy destroyer were involved in an operation at night to find a lone yachtsman in trouble in the English Channel on Oct 6-7.

Read more: Massive Night Search for Lone Yachtsman

   

Haiti Wreck ‘is not the Santa Maria’

Haiti diveA UNESCO mission has concluded that a shipwreck near Haiti, cannot have been the flagship of Christopher Columbus on his first voyage to America.

Read more: Haiti Wreck ‘is not the Santa Maria’

   

Alert Over Nuclear Waste Ship

ParidaA cargo ship carrying nuclear waste encased in concrete caught fire near an oil platform in the North Sea and had to be towed to safety.

Read more: Alert Over Nuclear Waste Ship

   

‘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.

Read more: ‘Ordering a Little Less is the Way Forward’

   

World’s Largest Cruise Ship in Solent

User Rating: / 1
PoorBest 

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.

Read more: World’s Largest Cruise Ship in Solent

   

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.

Read more: End of Syria Chemical Operation

   

JPAGE_CURRENT_OF_TOTAL

Shopping Cart

Search

Competition

MYSTERY SHIP COMPETITION


Sea Breezes has teamed up with Amberley Publishing to offer the chance of winning a set of The First World War at Sea in Photographs books

Only in Sea Breezes December Issue

Latest Issue

Costa Diadema