Latest News for: Greek shipping


Elderly remembers first time Greek ship sank at Oudekraal as wreck washes ashore

Eye Witness News 21 Jan 2022
Christopher Brown said he swam down to the first wreck site as a teenager in the 70s and recovered special relics ... .

Jefferies raises Danaos outlook following $870m fixture spree

Tradewinds 20 Jan 2022
... ship owner found multiyear charters for 11 vessels.

On this day in 1906, Greek tycoon Aristotle Onassis was born

Greek City Times 20 Jan 2022
Commonly called Ari or Aristo Onassis, he was a Greek shipping magnate, who amassed the world’s largest privately owned shipping fleet and was one of the world’s richest and most famous men ... Aristotle Onassis was a Greek entrepreneur born in Smyrna (modern-day İzmir in Turkey) ... It has been recorded that Onassis never lost a ship during the war.

Royal Caribbean unveils production in the summer of 2023

Swords Today 19 Jan 2022
The company, which builds 9 ships on the old continent, chose only the port of Marseille for one of its voyages ... The Odyssey of the Seas, one of the newest ships in the Royal Caribbean, will also depart from Rome, making 7 to 9 voyages to Naples, the Greek islands and Turkey, and longer ships (12 nights) to Israel, Cyprus and Turkey.

$5 Million Cache of Ammunition Seized from Cargo Ship in Dakar

The Maritime Executive 19 Jan 2022
Senegalese authorities in the West African country are confirming reports of a seizure of ammunition valued at approximately $5 million from a cargo ship in the port of Dakar ... A 39-year-old general cargo ship named Eolika registered in Guyana but reportedly owned by Greek interests arrived at the anchorage off Dakar, Senegal on December 19.

Euroseas trebles its money on three-year charter for feeder ship

Tradewinds 19 Jan 2022
Greek owner Euroseas has re-fixed one of its large ...

Danaos boosts coffers with host of boxship charter and S&P deals

Tradewinds 18 Jan 2022
Greek container ship player Danaos disclosed on ...

Dissecting an ancient computer

Astronomy 17 Jan 2022
In the first century b.c., a massive Roman cargo ship was caught in a storm near an island now called Antikythera ... The ship, bound for Rome, was more than 150 feet (46 meters) long and built to carry grain. But on that day, it was stocked with treasure and plunder from across the Greek world ... The crew abandoned ship; not everyone survived.

Every cloud has a silver lining

Ekathimerini 14 Jan 2022
A possible cancellation of the project would look like a nod to Turkey ... However, this pharaonic project has ceased to be considered economically viable for years now ... Besides, natural gas from the region can be transported to Europe – for as long as we will still use it – on LNG ships, which are widely used by the Greek shipping industry ... .

Boats remain docked as the Aegean is lashed by gale-force winds

Greek City Times 13 Jan 2022
Gale-force winds on Wednesday have docked ships for the Cyclades, Dodecanese and Eastern Aegean Islands at the main Greek port of Piraeus ... AEGEAN, Gale-force, greece, Greece news, Greek news. Previous Article Natural beauty secrets we can learn from Ancient Greeks ... Body of Iranian found by Greek rescuers; wife still missing.

How ‘obsolete’ ship types roared back during the pandemic

Splash24/7 13 Jan 2022
Ship types previously deemed obsolete or outdated have roared back to become highly prized items during the pandemic. Writing in his company’s weekly market report, Timos Papadimitriou, an S&P broker at Greek broker Intermodal, picked out a few previously shunned ship types that have returned to prominence during shipping’s recent boom.

Athens provides heated shelters for the homeless as bad weather batters Greece

Greek City Times 12 Jan 2022
The welcome announcement comes as Greece continues to be battered by bad weather conditions as gale-force winds on Wednesday have docked ships for the Cyclades, Dodecanese and Eastern Aegean Islands at the main Greek port of Piraeus ... greece, Greek homeless, Greek news, homeless shelters, Municipality of Athens.