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NYK Stolt Tankers Expands Chemical Tanker Fleet

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Stolt InvestionNYK Stolt Tankers, a joint venture between Japan’s Nippon Yusen Kaisha and Norway’s Stolt Tankers, has ordered a 38,000 dwt chemical tanker from China’s Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding.

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Two Lost as Chinese Bulker Sinks

Typhoon DanasA dramatic rescue of the crew of bulk carrier Jing Ye 88 in heavy seas associated with Typhoon Danas took place on 7th October.

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Sydney Sparkles for RAN Celebrations

HMAS SydneyIt’s a harbour that night and day is alive with activity; harbour ferries, jostling for space with cruise ships, yachts, cargo vessels and naval ships.

Never, in my experience, is there nothing of interest going on between its famous Heads, around the Opera House or under its mighty bridge.

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Lyttelton Insurance Deadlock Keeps Cruise Ships Out

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LytteltonThe New Zealand port for Christchurch, Lyttelton is running the risk of being unable to welcome cruise ships again for several years with the potential loss of millions of dollars of tourist revenue.

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Second Attempt to Sell Korea Line

KLCThe second attempt to sell Korea Line looks likely to succeed despite a dispute among the bidders over the fairness of the preferred bid.

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Motala to the Baltic

DianaHaving crossed the third largest lake in Europe, Vättern, to the town of Motala, Diana edged into the small dock in the heart of the town, astern of the replica wood-burning paddler Erik Nordvall (See Ferry World Oct 13).

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