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Greek shipping cautious on future fuels amid questions over rewards for early movers

Tradewinds 30 May 2024
The gradualism in Greeks’ newbuilding approach becomes apparent when one looks at the fuelling choices for the ships they have ordered ...

Revival of Shipyards Could Turn Greece Into a Shipbuilding Hub

Greek Reporter 30 May 2024
Neorion Shipyard in Syros and Elefsis Shipyard have repaired over 500 ships, foreign and Greek-owned, since the New York-based ONEX Shipyards and Technologies group took over their operations in 2019.

Yemen : Ship takes on water after being attacked twice in Red Sea

YemenOnline 30 May 2024
A ship is taking on water after being hit by three missiles in the Red Sea off the coast of Yemen, maritime security firm Ambrey said on Tuesday ... Greek shipping sources said the Laax was sailing to a nearby port to assess the extent of the damage.

Yemen : UKMTO receives report of incident near Mocha

YemenOnline 30 May 2024
The ship issued a distress call, saying it had sustained damage to ... Greek shipping sources said the vessel, which bears the name Laax, was sailing to a port nearby to assess the extent of the damage.

10 Key Factors affecting finance across the maritime industry

Seatrade Maritime News 30 May 2024
With stakeholders facing wildly varying terms for finance availability across shipping, Wikborg Rein’s Beatrice Russ highlights the common factors to keep in mind ... Bank lending to Greek shipping falls, sale and leaseback deals increase.

Sumitomo Selects Light Structures for AFRAMAX Hull Stress Monitor Systems

The Maritime Executive 30 May 2024
The tankers are the final three in a series of eight newbuilds for Greek and Japanese shipowners. The ships will be the last tankers to be built at the Sumitomo yard, as the company shifts its focus to ...

Houthis Attack Greek Ship In Red Sea

MENA FN 29 May 2024
(MENAFN - Trend News Agency) BAKU, Azerbaijan, May 29. US Central Command(CENTCOM) reported that Houthi rebels from Yemen's Ansar Allahmovement attacked the Greek ship Laax, sailing under the ... .

Greek shipping white knights set sights on shipbuilding revival

Tradewinds 29 May 2024
... not George Procopiou’s only great shipping gamble.

Houthi-fired missiles hit Greek-owned ship in Red Sea, says US

The Siasat Daily 29 May 2024
Houthi rebels have attacked a Greek carrier ship in the Red Sea, the US military said on Tuesday ... (Sanaa time) May 28, Iranian-backed Houthis launched five anti-ship ballistic missiles (ASBM) from Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen into the Red Sea.

Ship taking on water after Houthi strike – Reuters

Russia Today 29 May 2024
A Greek-owned cargo ship was hit by missiles fired from Yemen on Tuesday. The Greek-owned bulk carrier MV Laax is taking on water after it was hit by Houthi missiles off the coast of Yemen on Tuesday, Reuters has reported, citing security services.

What we know on Houthis' latest Ghadr anti-ship Iranian ballistic missile

Al Monitor 29 May 2024
There were no casualties and the ship continued on its course ... The ship flies the Greek flag and arrived in the Suez Canal on Tuesday, having originated in Russia’s Novorossiysk, per MarineTraffic.

Missile attacks damage a ship in the Red Sea off Yemen's coast near previous Houthi ...

San Francisco Chronicle 29 May 2024
Missile attacks have damaged a ship in the Red Sea off the coast of Yemen ... military identified the ship as the Marshall Islands-flagged, Greek-owned bulk carrier Laax.

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