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Can new tech help the cruise industry have a cleaner future?
From using new fuels to reducing waste and sourcing greener materials, cruise liners are trying to clean up their carbon footprint – and their reputation.
Modern Pirates hack superyachts' cybersecurity
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Free and open Indo-Pacific
Toamasina port in Madagascar is being expanded, helped by funding and expertise from Japan
Search called off after Spanish trawler sinks off the coast of Canada
Rescue efforts were hampered by windy, rough seas and reduced visibility.
Italy's islands will be 'exiled' by vaccine restrictions, warn mayors
Under new restrictions on Monday, citizens must have a "super green pass" to use modes of transport such as boats.
Calm at Calais on first working day after Brexit takes effect
The port of Calais has remained quiet following the first working day of the UK exiting the European Union, with hauliers staying clear.
Ireland bypasses post-Brexit UK with more direct sea routes to Europe
More ships are to run directly to Cherbourg, in France, and the Spanish city of Bilbao in the early months of 2021
Technology innovations helping to cut emissions within shipping sector
In this episode of Ocean, Euronews explores how Europe is turning to technology to help clean up the shipping industry.
The world's largest E-ferry, connects two islands without emmiting CO2
It's hoped the vessel will pave the way to achieving carbon neutrality and the full electrification required by the international maritime authorities.
Changing Egypt's economic perspective
Sokhna World port in Egypt is a free economic and trade area that is on a mission to boost foreign investments
Global gateway: Somaliland upgrades its window to the world
A plan to expand the port of Berbera promises to turn Somaliland into a global shipping hub and unlock its massive potential.
Georgia's Batumi port expansion seeks to connect East and West
Georgia stands in a strategic location at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. Now one of its major sea ports is receiving a new terminal which will bring more Black Sea goods onto the European market.
France battles to stop oil spill spreading after cargo ship sinks
French authorities said an Italian cargo ship that sank in the Atlantic was transporting 45 containers of dangerous materials but that environmental damages would be limited.
UK creates fake traffic jam of 89 lorries to test no-deal readiness
Dozens of lorries took part in a traffic congestion test near the channel tunnel on Monday morning, in a rehearsal of what could be in store for a potential no-deal Brexit scenario.
UK to spend €118 million on extra ferries in case of no-deal Brexit
"Extreme urgency" and the "possibility of severe congestion" behind the Department for Transport's contracts with three ferry conpanies.
Search for missing cruise ship entertainer is suspended
Arron Hough, 20, went overboard 267 miles off the coast of Puerto Rico on Christmas Day.
Inside the first underwater lounge
"This bay is made of 19 coats of glass and it's 35 centimeters thick"
Two container ships collide at Pakistani port
Authorities in Pakistan's southern port of Karachi have launched an effort to retrieve 21 containers knocked overboard after a ship moving into its berth brushed against a stationary vessel
Ice-boating world championships takes place on frozen Wielimie lake
The ice-boating world championships kicked off on Tuesday on the frozen Wielimie Lake, near the Polish city of Szczecinek.
Leanships: changing the tide in shipbuilding
Scientists hail the imminent arrival of new, efficient, low-emission ships on the market thanks to leaps forward in hull and propeller development.
Ivory Coast port expansion seals country's position as commercial hub
Major expansion work is underway on the Port of Abidjan to seal its position as one of West Africa's leading commercial hubs.
Finally, dry land: rescued sailors come ashore after five-month ordeal
The two women set sail from Hawaii to Tahiti in May, but a storm battered their boat and they drifted in the Pacific with their two dogs until a US warship rescued them.
Drawing your nautical dreams
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Dozens dead in two ferry accidents in Brazil
Local authorities said 21 others were rescued by the navy after the accident on an early morning short route from the island of Itaparica.
View: Why heavy fuel oil must be banned in the Arctic right now
World renowned explorer and endurance record holder- Ranulph Fiennes- explains why heavy fuel oil must be banned in the arctic now
Journey of a digital nomad
Experience true wanderlust with adventure blogger Charli Moore, who made travelling the world her 9 to 5.