Marine Money to host Shipping Financiers and Investors in Limassol

The expanding shipping developments and ship finance activities in Cyprus has tempted Marine Money International to accept an invitation by the Cyprus Minister of Transportation, Communications and Works to host an annual Marine Money event in Cyprus which will bring in International Ship Owners, Lenders, Financiers and Investors from Europe and further away. The 1st…

East Med Marine and Oil & Gas Exhibition 6-7 April, Limassol

Fameline Holding Group is organising the 8th East Med Marine and Oil & Gas Exhibition, which will be held from 6th – 7th April 2017, at the GrandResort Hotel in Limassol. The East Med Marine and Oil & Gas Exhibition, being held for the second time under this name and capacity, is the evolution of the East Med Marine Exhibition. This development derives…

Marine Money Cyprus Forum to Take Place in Limassol 26 April 2017

Marine Money International will host the inaugural Marine Money Cyprus Forum on Wednesday, 26 April 2017 at the Four Seasons Hotel, Limassol. The event is creating waves and the organisers, Mia Jensen and Kevin Oates, are delighted to have Hellenic Bank as Anchor Sponsor.  All Cypriot and international companies as Prime and Corporate Sponsors to-date…

East Med Marine and Oil & Gas Exhibition to Take Place in Limassol

Fameline Holding Group is organising the 8th East Med Marine and Oil & Gas Exhibition, which will be held from 6th – 7th April 2017, at the GrandResort Hotel in Limassol. The East Med Marine and Oil & Gas Exhibition, being held for the second time under this name and capacity, is the evolution of the East Med Marine Exhibition. This development derives…

Flashback in history: Ro-Ro Princess Victoria sinking, claiming 133 lives, 31 Jan 1953 (Video)

MV Princess Victoria was one of the earliest roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) ferries. Built in 1947, she operated from Stranraer to Larne. During a severe European windstorm on 31 January 1953, she sank in the North Channel with the loss of 133 lives. This was then the deadliest maritime disaster in United Kingdom waters since World War…