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  • De Stoop: "We are scrubber watchers."

    The new Euronav CEO sounds a lot different from the old Euronav CEO when it comes to talking about exhaust-cleaning devices and his fleet.

    Tankers  tradewindsnews.com 18 minutes old Joe Brady

    Solus looks to sell quartet of Nautical ultramaxes

    Another case of private equity’s dwindling patience appears to underlie the latest attempt to cash out a losing bet, this time in Wilbur Ross-founded venture

    Dry cargo  tradewindsnews.com 35 minutes old Joe Brady

    Middle Eastern VLCC market returns to life with spot rate hikes

    Led by the MOL-owned Kasagisan, at least four VLCCs are tentatively booked at stronger rates than pre-attack levels.

    Tankers  tradewindsnews.com 1 hours old Max Tingyao Lin

    Viking cruiseship crash captain not drunk

    The master of a Viking River Cruises vessel involved in a fatal collision last month was not drunk, Hungarian police have said. Clash involving Viking ship kills seven in Hungary ABC cited a police spokesman as saying that tests showed the 64-year-old Ukrainian captain of the Sigyn, named as Ukrainian Yuriy C, was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the accident in Budapes

    Casualties  tradewindsnews.com 2 hours old Gary Dixon

    Avenir LNG mulls employment options for first newbuilding

    Small-scale venture Avenir LNG is considering the employment options for its first newbuilding, which will be delivered in just over six months. Avenir commercial director Mats Fagerberg told TradeWinds that the first of four 7,500-cbm LNG newbuildings being built by the company is scheduled for delivery in December. That is in advance of the planned mid-2020 start-up of a new LNG-receiving termi

    Gas  tradewindsnews.com 2 hours old Lucy Hine

    Atlantica Shipping boosts fleet with boxship buy

    Atlantica Shipping has bought a 14-year-old, German-controlled containership. Johan Werner, managing director of the low-profile Norwegian shipowner, confirmed the purchase of the 3,091-teu JPO Leo (built 2005). Brokers said it is paying $6.8m for the ship. Atlantica Shipping sells kamsarmax to Oldendorff Equasis lists the JPO Leo as controlled by a KG (limited partnership) backed by HanseConto

    Liner  tradewindsnews.com 2 hours old Trond Lillestolen

    BSC to add 32 tankers, bulkers and LNG carriers

    Bangladesh Shipping Corporation (BSC) has revealed its latest fleet update plan to add 32 ships. The UNB news agency reported that the state-run owner wants a range of tankers, bulkers, LNG carriers and boxships to join its fleet by 2041. BSC plots orders for 26 more tankers and bulkers The aim is to cut back on charter fees of BDT 24bn ($284m) paid by the state each year to overseas owners, an

    Tankers  tradewindsnews.com 3 hours old Gary Dixon

    War-risk rates to rise further after Gulf terror attacks

    Premiums soar as Japanese and Norwegian providers of war-risk cover prepare to shoulder the full cost of most recent Fujairah attacks

    Insurance  tradewindsnews.com 4 hours old Adam Corbett

    West of England targets offshore market as members go for growth

    Key appointments made in stage one of modernisation drive at 150-year-old P&I club

    Insurance  tradewindsnews.com 5 hours old Adam Corbett

    Greeks hail IMO fuel flashpoint action plan

    UGS sees first signs of IMO putting oil industry on the hook for new, clean bunkers

    Legal  tradewindsnews.com 5 hours old Harry Papachristou