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One dead after Antarctic cruise ship hit by ‘rogue wave’
The ship was struck by a “rogue wave.”
You can now travel direct from Ireland to Spain on this cruise-ferry
Travellers will soon be able to travel directly from Ireland to the Spanish city of Bilbao on this twice-weekly ferry.
Dozens of migrants stopped from disembarking by Italy’s new government
Italian authorities prevented 35 migrants they did not deem as “vulnerable” from getting off a boat in Sicily on Sunday as Italy's new far-right-led government takes a hard line against privately run maritime rescue ships operating in its waters.
Cargo ship beached after colliding with vessel in bay of Gibraltar
A government spokesperson said that the situation was under control and that no one was injured in the collision.
Shipping traffic briefly halted on Rhine as cargo vessel breaks down
The blockage occurred at a time when ships are already facing record low water levels on the river amid a drought.
Oldest shipwreck in English waters given government protection
The survival of the 13th-century Mortar Wreck, which was carrying gothic Purbeck stone gravestones, is extremely rare.
How are cruises evolving to try and be less environmentally harmful?
As travellers return to cruising, the industry is wooing new customers with tech enhancements, meaningful experiences and new sustainability goals.
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.
Huge crane ship partially capsizes in Norwegian port
The Saipem 7000 is one of the largest specialised crane ships in the world.
P&O Ferries: Staff fired last week will receive €43.8 million payout
800 P&O staff were fired with no warning, leading to outcry from politicians and the public.
Is it safe to go on a cruise right now?
With travel restrictions easing around the world, cruise liners are trying to tempt tourists back. But is it safe?
Portuguese navy rescues 22 from burning cargo ship in Atlantic Ocean
The 200-metre-long ship caught fire near the Azores Islands on Wednesday.
Large container ship freed after running aground off German island
Initial attempts to free the 400-metre long vessel were unsuccessful.
Crew rescued after two ships collide off Dutch coast amid Storm Corrie
The two ships had collided near the port of Ijmuiden on Monday.
Dutch King Willem-Alexander unveils 'world's largest' sea lock
The new sea lock will greatly improve the Port of Amsterdam's accessibility and stimulate the region's economy by providing tide-independent space for increasingly large seafaring vessels.
Banksy-funded boat brings migrants to safety in Lampedusa
Thirty-one migrants sailing on an overcrowded wooden boat were rescued off the coast of Tunisia by the Banksy-funded Louise Michel vessel and taken to the small Italian island of Lampedusa.
48 passengers test positive for omicron variant on cruise ship
The cruise operator said it had 6,091 guests and crew members on board the ship.
This enormous kite is dragging ships across the Atlantic Ocean
This innovative solution is one of a number being explored to cut the carbon emissions of shipping.
What are ‘unicorns of the sea’ and why are they in danger?
The Arctic must not be turned into a shipping highway, say scientists, as narwhals are stressed by sounds up to 40km away.
One dead, one missing after cargo ships collide in Baltic Sea
The incident occurred between the Swedish coastal town of Ystad and the Danish island of Bornholm.