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Oshima Shipbuilding and DNV GL sign strategic cooperation

0Oshima Ultramax 2030 designSpurred by the IMO strategy to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, Oshima Shipbuilding and classification society DNV GL have signed a long-term strategic cooperation to conduct research and development together on new bulk carrier designs.

INTERTANKO/OCIMF update following recent attacks in Gulf of Oman

intertankoTwo tanker incidents in International waters in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday 13 June have been widely reported. While damage has been sustained, INTERTANKO and OCIMF are relieved that no seafarers were injured.

Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum sets new attendance records

0PSTFMore than 830 participants from 21 countries and 35 exhibitors from every facet of sea tourism framed the 5th Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum, setting new attendance records for the biennial Athens Confex event that is fast becoming the bellwether for the state of the cruise and yachting sectors in the East Med and Black sea regions.

ROMAS project completes first phase of remote machinery operation testing

0ROMASClassification society DNV GL, automation systems vendor Høglund, ferry operator Fjord1, and the Norwegian Maritime Authority (NMA) have completed the first testing phase of the ROMAS (Remote Operation of Machinery and Automation Systems) project.

Thomas Cook opens first Casa Cook for families in Chania, Crete

0casa cookThomas Cook just recently opened its latest own-brand hotel, Casa Cook in Chania, Crete, which is the first of its boutique lifestyle collection aimed at families.

Major cruise lines call for improved infrastructure and new destinations in East Med to meet demand for increased volumes of guests and new travel experiences

0PSTF11Regional volatility, the small available pool of cruise-ready ports, an acute lack of busses and tour guides at destinations during peak times and a dated infrastructure that is unable to cope with increasing numbers of cruise guests are the key challenges obstructing the growth of cruising in the East Med, according to representatives of three of the world’s biggest cruise lines speaking on the second day of the 5th Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum in Athens.

GREECE’S CRUISING PROSPECTS POSITIVE DESPITE OF REGIONAL GEOPOLITICAL CHALLENGES

0PSTFThe prospects for the growth of the cruise industry in East Med are positive but still need much to improve in terms of safety and security for the sector to fully capitalize on its unique advantages.

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