Francesco Schettino is appealing against the 16-year prison sentence imposed on him in February 2015 for his role in the sinking of Costa Concordia which led to the deaths of 32 people.
Safety & Regulation
The Maersk group caused controversy when it announced a year ago that it planned to send some of its ships for recycling in Alang despite concerns about the standards applied by companies operating there.
Marine insurers and P&I clubs in the United Kingdom have been told to prove they are already making plans for a “worse possible” Brexit scenario.
London enjoys a monopolistic position in the financial services sector and the European Union will not live with a situation of having a financial centre over whose regulation it has no power, Munich Re's Michael Menhard tells Lloyd's event.
In a year when the Panama Ship Register is marking its 100th anniversary, the country’s maritime minister reflects on the flag’s impressive progress.
Fire safety is at the top of the list of reasons foreign vessels are detained in the United States, while illegal oil dumping persists.
Polaris Shipping refutes claims that its Stellar Cosmo is heading for repairs for technical issues after the shipping company comes under fire in the wake of its missing ore carrier Stellar Daisy in the Atlantic Ocean on 31 March.
Owned by now-defunct Chonghaejin Marine, the Sewol ferry was insured by KSA Hull P&I Club, which covers vessels belonging mainly to operators of ferries and other coastal ships.
Malaysian bunker supplier Continental Platform arrested the 550-teu PDZ Maju on 12 April, over MYR563,311 (USD127,309) in alleged unpaid bunker bills.
The marine cargo industry has been told it is ripe for the implementation of new technologies that will revolutionise performance and drive down costs.