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Shipyard Employees Work Under Fear Of Closure

The nearly 5,000 employees of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard will find out in four weeks whether the ...

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Sailing: Record Entries for this week’s YouthSail 2005

Yachting New Zealand has received record entries for the annual Youth Sail 2005 Regatta which gets u...

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Borneo Cup Yachting 2005 begins tomorrow

The Borneo Cup Yachting Challenge 2005 – the second sailing regatta in the South China Sea onc...

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Ship docks after cruise terror

New York – A cruise ship struck by a freak seven-storey-high wave that smashed windows and sen...

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Norwegian Authorities Order Rig Shutdown

Norwegian authorities on Friday ordered the Eirik Raude to remain shut down until the cause of its t...

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Fleet changes may lower shipyard’s value

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery is the more vulnerable of Maine’s two military bases, acc...

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$850 million order for Daewoo Shipbuilding

Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., the world’s second-largest shipbuilder, won...

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China to enter America’s Cup

Wang Chaoyong, chairman of China Equity Investment and Xavier de Lesquen, co-founder of Le Defi, a F...

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Qeshm-Jebel Ali Shipping Line planned

Following an agreement reached between Qeshm Free Trade Zone and United Arab Emirate ...

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Yachting: Barker gets one back on former boss Coutts

Team New Zealand skipper Dean Barker beat former boss Russell Coutts in the final of the Congression...

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Borneo Cup Yachting Challenge 2005

The Borneo Cup Yachting Challenge 2005 is the first truly International yachting event to be held of...

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Second Ship Aims at Younger Cruise Passengers

Another ship designed exclusively for younger cruise holiday passengers is to come into service next...

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Gulf Maritime 2005 opens today

Gulf Maritime 2005, the Middle East’s premier exhibition and conference for the commercial, go...

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Marine terminal lifts port to profit for 2004

The Port of Olympia reported its first operating profit in eight years last year. The $825,061 profi...

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Experts urge fighting sea piracy

Experts from eleven countries, including Yemen, called on the region ...

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Massive Wave Damages, Diverts Cruise Ship

A seven-story wave damaged a cruise ship returning from the Bahamas over the weekend, smashing windo...

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Queen Mary 2, other cruise ships abandoning Manhattan

Four luxurious passenger and cruise ships including the Queen Mary 2 and the Queen Elizabeth 2 will ...

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Titanic menu among auction relics

A menu from the Titanic is among a selection of rare artefacts from the ill-fated ship which are goi...

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Turkey’s First Cruise Ship Msc Opera To Begin First Trip On April 27th

Turkey’s first cruise ship ”MSC Opera” will begin its first trip on April 27th, 20...

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Port Everglades to host cruise industry event

The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has chosen Broward County and its seaport for the ...

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Harriet JV Strikes Oil with Remus-1 Well

Tap Oil reports that the Remus-1 well located in the Harriet Joint Venture Permit, TL/6, has reached...

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Kelvin Hughes: World

Kelvin Hughes has achieved a sale for the world

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Fresh hopes for Swan Hunter jobs

Top level talks are under way to steer a

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Bill Clinton to appear at Philly shipbuilding ceremony

Former President Bill Clinton will speak Thursday morning at the Kvaerner Philadelphia Shipyard to c...

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$1bn Akpo Fpso: Italian, French Firms in Stiff Contest

nch firm, Technip and Saipem of Italy, are known to be justling for the plum contract to build the F...

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