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Shipowners say they are trying to cut their heavy-polluting industry's impact on the environment by using cleaner energy - but some have stalled over limiting the speed of ships.
Switzerland has asked an international court to order Nigeria to release a Swiss-flagged oil tanker, its cargo and crew, that have been detained off Port Harcourt for the past 16 months.
A California man who died after being attacked by a shark while swimming in Hawaii was pulled ashore missing a leg, according to a witness. Warning signs were posted after the attack in Ka'anapali Beach Park area on Maui where the man died.
Hawaiian "super corals" that have recovered despite living in warm and acidic water offer a glimmer of hope that dying reefs across the world could be saved, a new study says.
Ocean heat hit a record high in 2018, the United Nations said, raising urgent new concerns about the threat global warming is posing to marine life.
A drama in which a submersible made an emergency ascent from 250m below the Indian Ocean was caused by condensation burning out a small motor in the cockpit, the director of the British-led Nekton Mission said.
A cruise ship has rescued two Costa Rican fishermen who had been stranded at sea for about three weeks.
Scientists have launched the largest-ever attempt to regenerate coral on the endangered Great Barrier Reef by harvesting millions of the creatures' eggs and sperm during their annual spawning.
It was not so long ago when swimmers at Ein Gev would lay out their towels in the grass at the edge of the Sea of Galilee.
Stakeholders are looking to develop SA's maritime sector, which has opportunities for youth and small businesses, says an industry representative.
A team of scientists in the US have managed to reproduce coral in a lab setting for the first time ever, an encouraging step in the race to save "America's Great Barrier Reef" off the coast of Florida.
Five fishermen have been rescued after their boat struck a whale, cracking the vessel's hull in the process.
Marine insurers in London are holding an extraordinary meeting to discuss the situation in the Gulf following attacks on ships off the United Arab Emirates.
The US Coast Guard says dozens of passengers have been rescued from a Canadian whale-watching boat from British Columbia off the coast of Washington state.
Norwegian officials have opened an investigation into why a cruise ship carrying more than 1 370 people set sail despite storm warnings, forcing a major evacuation after a mayday call had been issued.
Dozens of containers with items including flat-screen televisions have washed up on Dutch islands in the North Sea after a ship lost part of its cargo in heavy seas, bringing a windfall for local treasure hunters.
News24 has learnt that the project was put on hold after Transnet was presented with a forensic report compiled by Paul O'Sullivan and Sarah-Jane Trent of Forensics for Justice.
Ukraine's president has demanded that Russia immediately release Ukrainian sailors and ships seized in a standoff around Crimea that sharply escalated tensions between the two countries and drew international concern.
South Africa's fisheries authority is in a state of crisis, paralysed by a factional war between its two most senior officials and hollowed out by a culture of corruption, GroundUp reports.
The discovery of the world's oldest intact shipwreck known to man has been made in the Black Sea after three years of highly advanced mapping. Scientists have now carbon dated the shipwreck to 400BC.
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