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Cyprus Shipping Deputy Ministry launches consultation campaign to shape positive industry-wide progress


The Cyprus Shipping Deputy Ministry (SDM) has updated its ship registration policy with the introduction of technical standards for four types of vessels. These new technical and safety standards are designed to attract quality yacht and mega yacht owners to the Registry of Cyprus ships, as well as increasing safety standards. Motor or sailing vessels used [...]

X-Gas Project Leads the Charge in Next Generation sustainable fuel Transport & Bunkering


The X-gas Project is a series of innovative and unconventional, medium-capacity Liquefied Gas / Gas bunkering tankers designed by KNUD E. HANSEN. The flagship design of the project is a 126.5 metre vessel with a total cargo capacity of 9,000 cubic metres, split between two Type C tanks. The platform, however, is highly customizable and [...]

Digital Greener Shipping Summit – Spring 2021


Experience from 2020 environmental regulations shapes future changes

Elvictor strengthens its crew management activities in GEORGIA setting up MARITIME TRAINING CENTER


Following a policy of a continuous expansion in new emerging maritime regions of the world Elvictor has expanded its crew management activities in Georgia setting up a new nautical training Centre. With the presence of Alexander S. Galanakis and Capt Dimitris Kalosakas from Elvictor and Mrs Tamara Ioseliani director of MTA Maritime Transport Association of [...]

International Animation Competition from Blue Star Ferries and the Animasyros International Animation Festival


In celebration of its 20 years of operation, BLUE STAR FERRIES, a member of Attica Group, announces an International Animation Competition for the creation of the new television spot of the company’s mascot, BLUESTARINO, in collaboration with the Animasyros International Animation Festival. In appreciation of the love and admiration of young passengers for the Company’s [...]

LNG reduces shipping GHG emissions by up to 23%


An independent study has reconfirmed that greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions of up to 23% are achievable now from using LNG as a marine fuel, depending on the marine technology employed. This is compared with the emissions of current oil-based marine fuels measured from Well-to-Wake (WtW). The 2nd Lifecycle GHG Emission Study on the use of LNG as [...]

The shipping industry’s ultimate Golf Tournament


On September 3-5, 2021, at Costa Navarino, Messinia

Greek shipping registry must regain its wolrld status


By Stefanos Papandreou

Panama Ship Registry, Experience is our Strength


The Panama Ship Registry, under the administration of the Panama Maritime Authority (AMP), is a government entity with more than 100 years of history and the world’s largest registry since 1993. It ended 2020, a record year, with 8,516 vessels and more than 230M GT. The Panamanian flag flies over 16% of the world maritime [...]

Special Report: Flag States


Greek control shipping dominates the world market despitethe Covid-19 pandemic, Liberian Registry: “We are committed to Greek shipping”, ……….

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