Cyprus hosts discussion on sustainable shipping and performance optimisation

(http://www.MaritimeCyprus.com) Cyprus is a vibrant and large ship-owning nation with an expanding maritime community and a government that is making plans to boost its shipping sector. One year ago, Cyprus appointed its first dedicated deputy minister of shipping to the president, Ms Natasa Pilides, driving the growth and sustainability of Cyprus’ shipping sector. Next week,…

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Hear about Columbia’s new high-tech performance optimisation control room in Cyprus at Digital Ship Vessel Performance Optimisation Forum.

(http://www.MaritimeCyprus.com) Shipowners, their investors and customers, are looking harder and harder at vessel performance, as regulation pushes up fuel costs, we see carbon emission costs on the horizon, and people recognise that the general trend is to reduce carbon in general. The ship managers which achieve good results will be the ones who get the…

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Cyprus’ Deputy Minister of Shipping to open Digital Ship’s Vessel Performance Optimisation forum next month

(http://www.MaritimeCyprus.com) Ms Natasa Pilides, Deputy Minister of Shipping, Republic of Cyprus is to deliver the keynote address at Digital Ship’s Vessel Performance Optimisation forum held in Limassol next month. The forum will discuss how current and new digital technologies can be applied to shipping and maritime operations to improve fuel efficiency and overall vessel performance. Operating…

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Flashback in maritime history – The Wrecks of HMS St. George and HMS Defence, 24 Dec. 1811

(http://www.MaritimeCyprus.com) The two warships, the HMS St. George and the HMS Defence, both part of the British Baltic fleet, ran aground and were lost outside Thorsminde at the west-coast of Jutland on the 24th of December 1811. The disaster took place during the wars with England in which the St. George were Admiral Reynolds’ flagship. The St. George together…

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