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  •   China is launching its first domestically built research icebreaker, or on Monday, and plans to officially put it into service in the first half of 2019, according to its builder. A launch ceremony for the vessel will take place at Jiangnan Shipyard Group in Shanghai, China State...
  •   Scottish skipper refuses to risk sending crews to scallop waters in fear of further attacks   North-east fishing vessels have fled the English Channel’s scallop grounds as the French Navy prepares to move in.  Fraserburgh and Peterhead vessels came under attack from their...
  • This photograph taken on August 27 shows a close up of the boat operated by France’s ENSTA Bretagne team at the World Robot Sailing Championship in Southampton, England. The contest and a related competition, a trans-Atlantic race known as the Microtransat Challenge, are aimed at stimulating...
  •   Fiji has agreed to sign the Port State Measures, a United Nations Treaty and administered by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the UN, aimed at stamping out illegal fishing. Fiji will now be able to take measures in detecting illegal fishing, stopping illegally caught fish being...
  •   A cargo vessel entering the Port of Richards Bay with dummy lookouts aboard, has raised a number of questions. This anti-piracy technique has been implemented for some years by smaller bulk vessels which are easier targets for pirates. It has been reported that Somali pirates are likely...
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