Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 10 April 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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IN CONVERSATION: The toll and toil it took to cleave the Suez Canal through the Egyptian desert
WHARF TALK: Coastal tanker service: Maersk Altus
Romania’s border on the Black Sea: EMSA provides enhanced surveillance capacities
Quark’s Ultramarine ready to sail the polar oceans
Tullow Oil begins drilling at Ghana’s Jubilee Field
Call back the past: Coaster Sunergon plies her trade to Africa
MSC to base flagship MSC Virtuosa in UK waters for summer
Egypt ready to open new naval base on Mediterranean coast
NIGER DELTA KING: the story of a long-staying Cape Town visitor
REFLECTIONS: Antarctic reserach ship Akademik Aleksandr Karpinskiy returns to Cape Town
High calibre chefs
IN CONVERSATION: Farming fish in fresh water is more affordable and sustainable than in the ocean
WFO responds to emergency in harbour town of Palma
USCG protecting America’s interests at home and abroad
WHARF TALK: Yenesei River calls at Cape Town – first Suez diversion to enter SA port?
REFLECTIONS: Bulkers in our ports
Tanzania Ports Authority Director-General suspended over corruption charge
PORT IS WHAT WE DO: Hamburg’s Marker Men are back on the Water
Narcotics just keeps coming as CMF makes 5 seizures in 1 week
Multiple cruise ship anchor failures: UK MAIB Safety Bulletin 1/2021
Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment: What’s in a name?
USCGC Walnut At homeport Pensacola, Florida

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