SMI Issue 87 OUT NOW

Ship Management International Issue 87 Features First Person, Notebook, How I Work, Honk Kong Special Report, Fuel, Crew Management / Welfare, P&I and Law, Classification, Regional Focus: Panama, Lay-Ups, Alternative Viewpoint, Cyber, SMI Webinar Round-up and many more of our regular features Click here to read 

Tanker hijacking brought to an end

Seafarers should not be allowed to get caught up in the crisis of political refugees or economic migrants, according to the UK Chamber of Shipping. Speaking a day after news broke about the hijacking of the Nave Andromeda in the Solent, the UK Chamber said it was heartening to see the UK authorities take swift […]

Lloyd’s Register selected for Australia’s Hunter Class Frigate Program

Lloyd’s Register (LR) has been appointed as the classification society for Australia’s Hunter Class Frigate Program, the largest surface ship project in the nation’s defence history. Through Hunter, BAE Systems Australia’s shipbuilding business, ASC Shipbuilding, will deliver nine anti-submarine warfare frigates, known as the Hunter class, to the Royal Australian Navy. ASC Shipbuilding recently awarded […]