The moment the idea of ordering a ship takes root marks the start of an incredible journey that will pull together people throughout the world and from all walks of life, as...READ MORE
For most people, the world’s ports and terminals are the visual representation of the maritime industry. Always a hive of activity, these outlets and inlets for cargo...READ MORE
No industry can safely operate outside of the long arm of the law and the maritime industry is no exception.
There are numerous national, regional and international rules...READ MORE
There are dozens of different ship types, all specially customised to the type of cargo needing transportation.READ MORE
Buying a ship is just the first step in becoming involved in the maritime industry. Post-purchase, the actual day-to-day operations take an immense amount of organisation...READ MORE
If the ships, ports and supporting infrastructure make up the limbs of the maritime industry, the passionate people behind the metal structures represent its pumping heart...READ MORE
Maritime transport is responsible for about 90% of global trade and is considered the least environmentally damaging mode of transportation. Compared to land-based...READ MORE
Let us explore together the topic and the importance of Women in Shipping by recognizing associations, industry wide initiatives and notable women in our industry today!READ MORE
This section highlights many Maritime Museums we hope you find of great interest!
If you are interested in learning about Maritime History and enjoying a complete list...READ MORE
Seafarers are an integral part of the maritime industry. It is crucial that we always cherish the human element of shipping and ensure the education, safety and happiness of...READ MORE