Indian Ocean

Casualties – Livestock Carrier AL BADRI 1 sank – 12.06.2022

On Sunday 12th June the 1973 built TZA flag livestock carrier AL BADRI 1 carrying around 16,000 sheep capsized and sank at her berth at Suakin Port, Sudan. All crew members escaped safely, but almost all of the cargo was lost. The loss of the vessel may affect the port’s operations, as well as the environment, given …

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CMA CGM News – Launching INDAMEX 2 connecting the Indian Subcontinent with the US East Coast from 25.10.2021

CMA CGM is pleased to announce the launch of the INDAMEX 2, a complementary service to the current INDAMEX, offering optimized connections to/from the INDIAN SUBCONTINENT and the US EAST COAST. With this new loop, CMA CGM strengthens its service offer on the trade in order to match customers’ strong demand. 8 vessels will be deployed …

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Cruise Liners – SAGA ROSE

One of the elegant Ocean Liners we had around was undoubtedly the SAGAFJORD. She was built in 1965 as yard number 1366 by Société Nouvelle des Forges et Chantiers de la Meditarranee, France for Norwegian America Line costing around $30 million as a combined ocean liner/cruise ship trading until 1980. in 1983 she was sold to Cunard …

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