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Russian troops storm last Ukraine ship in Crimea: Kiev

Simferopol - Russian troops on Tuesday stormed the last naval vessel still flying the Ukrainian flag on the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea, a regional Ukrainian defence official said.The raid on the Cherkasy trawler occurred one day after Russian forces took control...
In the Media by AFP

Creditors seize ship tied to Mexican oil company probe

Creditors to Oceanografia, a Mexican oil services company at the center of an alleged fraud that forced Citigroup <C.N> to cut its 2013 profit, have seized a ship that was used as collateral for debt issued by the company....
In the Media by Reuters

Cruise ship worker admits to raping passenger

A cruise ship worker has confessed to raping, as well as beating a passenger in her stateroom. Federal investigators say he also tried to throw the victim overboard.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 2 comments

Replica Hanseatic cog ship sinks in Bremen, Germany (Video)

Bremen - A reconstruction of a 24-meter Hanseatic cog ship, named "Roland of Bremen," has sunk to the bottom in the River Weser in Bremen, due to a leaky valve. Only the mast and sections of the deck can now be seen.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 1 comment

World’s biggest ship enters the water

The oil giant Shell has launched a ship that the company claims to be the world’s biggest. The new boat is longer than the Empire State Building is high.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 6 comments

Japanese 'Tsunami Ship' in Kesennuma to be dismantled

Kesennuma - More than two years after Japan's devastating tsunami, workers have begun dismantling a stranded fishing boat that was swept inland of the northern port city of Kesennuma.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Carnival Ecstasy cruise ship's power fails

While out at sea, another Carnival cruise ship has lost power. This time the Carnival Ecstasy, which can carry 2,056 passengers, lost power.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 2 comments

Video: Crew of HMS Bounty rescued after Sandy sinks famed vessel

High seas from Hurricane Sandy proved to be too much for the HMS Bounty to handle, sinking the famed sailing ship off the coast of North Carolina on Monday.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 5 comments

Nuclear Sub, Cruiser collide off east coast of U.S.

A United States Navy nuclear submarine and an Aegis cruiser collided off the east coast on Saturday while participating in routine training exercises.
In the Media by Greta McClain

Roman-era boat found buried off Italian coast

Varazze - A well-preserved ship has been found buried in the sea off the Italian coast. The ship is believe to be dated about 2,000 years old, from the Roman-era.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 10 comments

Sydney International Boat Show 2012 — Live webcast Special

Sydney - The 45th Sydney International Boat Show will run from 2-6 August 2012. It takes place at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre & Cockle Bay Marina, Darling Harbour.
Digital Journal Report by Richard Milnes - 2 comments

Wrecked Brazilian ship spilling oil in Antarctica

The "Endless Sea" is trapped in the ice and is spilling fuel. There is no hope of containing damage until October this year, due to the long South Pole winter.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Replica Titanic to be built in China by billionaire Australian

While it will have all of the newest technological gadgets and safety systems, and other modern features, it will still be a replica of the RMS Titanic. So says the Australian billionaire, Clive Palmer, about the luxury liner he plans to build.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Costa Cruises denies offering discounts to survivors, 16 dead now

Giglio Island, Italy -The death toll has risen to 16 confirmed dead and the fuel removal is expected to begin on Saturday. Many ships are currently on site for salvage purposes and a large ship is expected to offload the 500,000 gallons of fuel.
In the Media by Daniel Boyington - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Costa Cruises offers discount to Costa Concordia survivors

Reports have said that Costa Cruises have offered 30% discount on the 'next cruise' to survivors rescued Friday 13th. That is if you weren't one of the 15 already dead from the tragedy in Giglio Island, Italy.
In the Media by Daniel Boyington

Salvage crews prepare to pump out fuel from Costa Concordia

A Dutch salvage company is on scene at the Italian island of Giglio of the Tuscan coast, ready to pump out more than 2,300 tonnes of heavy fuel and 200 tonnes of diesel oil.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro

Passenger Ship sinks near Zanzibar - updated

Bodies have now begun to wash up in the area of Zanzibar, an island in the nation of Tanzania, from a boat which has sunk nearby.
In the Media by Gar Swaffar

Officials fail to re-float grounded ship in South Africa

Durban - A bulk carrier, the MV Phoenix, is stuck fast on South Africa’s eastern coast despite three attempts to re-float the ship. Fears that the ship would cause an environmental disaster have receded as most of the fuel has been recovered.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo

Ark Royal for sale on MoD website

The recently decommissioned aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal is now being advertised for sale online by the Ministry of Defence.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 3 comments

HMS Chatham makes final trip into home port

Plymouth - Well-wishers waved, tugs fired hoses high into the sky in salute and the HMS Chatham fired her ceremonial guns as the ship made her final homecoming on January 26, after 20 years of service.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 11 comments

Federal agents raid Jam Cruise ship for drugs prior to departure

Fort Lauderdale - Passengers aboard a 'Jam Cruise' music festival ship got a surprise prior to send-off when federal, state and local police officers boarded the ship just before it embarked to search for drugs and contraband.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman

Netanyahu: No apology for Israeli raid of Turkish vessel

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu offered no apologies for the Israeli raid in international waters on a Turkish flotilla that was headed for Gaza in May.
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 1 comment

Chipping sections of Bluenose ll causes controversy

Lunenburg - Many people were upset to hear that the bulk of Bluenose II’s hull had gone through a wood chipper as restoration work takes place on the famous schooner, which is often used as a symbol of Nova Scotia.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 2 comments

Tragedy off Antarctic waters as Korean ship sinks

The “Number One Insung” sank in the icy waters of Antarctica, December 12 at 6:30 a.m. leaving 5 dead and 17 other crew members still missing.
In the Media by Nicole Karns - 1 comment

Ark Royal returns home for final time

Portsmouth - A large crowd gathered in the cold and fog in Portsmouth to see the HMS Ark Royal return to her home port for the final time.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 5 comments

Stowaway owl found on cruise ship

An owl in Florida almost set off on a Caribbean cruise. The bird was found near the synthetic grass on the ship’s miniature golf course.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin

Greenpeace ship heads for mystery location

The Esperanza, a ship belonging to environmental group Greenpeace, has set sail from London. It is, as yet, unknown where the 2,076 tonne vessel is heading for.
In the Media by Jane Fazackarley - 1 comment

Passenger ferry sinks off Indonesian coast, 10 dead 70 rescued

At least 10 people were found dead and more than 70 were rescued after a ferry boat sank off Flores island in Indonesia Monday, officials reported.
In the Media by Leo Reyes

A 112-year-old large wooden ship found buried in Lake Michigan

Milwaukee - A large wooden steamship that sank over a century ago during a violent Lake Michigan storm has been found perfectly preserved off the Milwaukee-area shoreline.
In the Media by Joan Firstenberg - 4 comments

Israeli troops board Gaza activist aid ship MV Rachel Corrie

Tel Aviv - Israeli soldiers have boarded and taken control of a ship attempting to break its blockade of the Gaza Strip. Israeli troops successfully boarded the Irish ship, the MV Rachel Corrie, and did not meet any resistance.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo - 5 comments
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The Pinta  facing west  on the Arkansas River.  Little Rock  Ark. 11-6-11
The Pinta, facing west, on the Arkansas River. Little Rock, Ark. 11-6-11
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An aircraft carrier at Pearl Harbor
U.S. Navy
An aircraft carrier at Pearl Harbor
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Merchant vessels like this one are at great risk when facing crime on the high seas.
Merchant vessels like this one are at great risk when facing crime on the high seas.
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Bird on the bow of a sailboat during sunset in Belmar  NJ
Bird on the bow of a sailboat during sunset in Belmar, NJ
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Ship Kalamata  Greece
Ship Kalamata, Greece
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The museum ship  the cruiser HMS Belfast  took part in the arctic convoys.
Wikipedia
The museum ship, the cruiser HMS Belfast, took part in the arctic convoys.
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A view of George Town  the main city of the Cayman Islands  from a cruise ship
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A view of George Town, the main city of the Cayman Islands, from a cruise ship
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First Greenpeace visit to Libya in 2007.
Salvatore Barbera
First Greenpeace visit to Libya in 2007.
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Ship repait at a drydock in St.Catharines Ontario Canada
Ship repait at a drydock in St.Catharines,Ontario,Canada
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The Phoenix aground north of the South African port of Durban.
Photo courtesy Ismail Jinnah
The Phoenix aground north of the South African port of Durban.
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Boat sank near Panama City  Florida
Boat sank near Panama City, Florida
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Boat sank near Panama City  Florida
Boat sank near Panama City, Florida
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Ship repair at a drydock in St.Catharines Ontario Canada
Ship repair at a drydock in St.Catharines,Ontario,Canada
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A ship sitting in a bay
A ship sitting in a bay
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The pirate vessel destroyed by Royal Marines from HMS Montrose
Britsh Ministry of Defence
The pirate vessel destroyed by Royal Marines from HMS Montrose
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The USS Mahan  stationed near Syria  caught during a live-fire weapons exercise
Via Official U.S. Navy Page
The USS Mahan, stationed near Syria, caught during a live-fire weapons exercise
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An Oryx helicopter of the South African Air Force.
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An Oryx helicopter of the South African Air Force.
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One of Roman Abramovich s yachts - Titan.

Moored in St. Aubin s Bay  Jersey  on 1st June 2011.
One of Roman Abramovich's yachts - Titan. Moored in St. Aubin's Bay, Jersey, on 1st June 2011.
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Carnival ecstasy
Carnival Cruises
Carnival ecstasy
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Ship of the French built Mistral class.
Defense Industry Daily
Ship of the French built Mistral class.
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