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The first engineer from the capsized South Korean ferry Sewol has pointed fingers at the ferry captain, saying the latter’s dereliction of duty resulted in many deaths.  Full story >>

Singapore-headquartered offshore inspection repair and maintenance (IRM) services provider firm, Core-IRM has been acquired by V Group.  Full story >>

Japanese shipbuilder Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding said yesterday that a Taiwanese owner has asked the company to modify the engines of three ultra-large container ships to improve the fuel efficiency.  Full story >>

Using innovative project planning techniques and highly specialised equipment, Damen Shiprepair Vlissingen (DSV) completed a major upgrade on one of the largest drilling rigs in the North Sea in just 100 days, a month less than projected by the client.  Full story >>

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) will be transformed into a multi-sector cruise major following the acquisition of Prestige Cruises International.  Full story >>

Sri Lanka's Laugfs Gas, an LPG supplier that is diversifying into other businesses, announced it plans to buy the 7,046dwt LPG vessel, Gas Puffer, for $6.9M and rename it Gas Challenger.  Full story >>

Japanese shipbuilder Shikoku Dockyard has secured an order for two Handysize bulkers from returning compatriot shipowner Nissen Kaiun.  Full story >>

Japanese shipbuilder Hakodate Dock has won orders for two Handysize bulkers from Mumbai based Chowgule Steamships, a handysize bulker from Hamburg based Johann M K Blumenthal, and a Fishery Support Vessel (FSV) from Japan’s Fisheries Research Agency.  Full story >>

A new ship agency, Wave Shipping, has been established in Singapore, joining the city state’s growing maritime ecosystem.  Full story >>

A man was run down on board a ro-ro vessel in Melbourne, Australia on 20 May, despite both crew watching the tragedy unfold and calling out, an investigation has found.  Full story >>

Malaysia-listed shipping company, HUBline bounced to profits of MYR2.02M ($640,000) for the third quarter of 2014 from a loss of MYR163.17M in the same period last year.  Full story >>

Japan-headquartered ship classification society ClassNK and Japan-based general marine manufacturer Nakashima Propeller has installed the world’s first carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) propeller on the main propulsion system of a merchant vessel.  Full story >>

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