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Posted to Global Maritime Analysis with Joseph Keefe (by Joseph Keefe) on April 22, 2014

The events surrounding last week’s deadly South Korea ferry disaster are still playing out in the news, across web sites like this one, on television and myriad other media outlets. It isn’t yet clear what exactly caused the tragedy in which…

Modest Infrastructure’s 2nd shipyard to get underway

Posted to Modest Infrastructure’s 2nd shipyard to get underway (by Joseph Fonseca) on June 23, 2010

The emerging opportunities in ship building and ship repairs are seeing players make bold overtures, pumping in money certain to reap a rich harvest. Even early entrants, not wanting to be left out have got into an expansion mode and have firmed up plans to multiply their centers of operation.

Water bridges

Posted to Maritime Musings (by Dennis Bryant) on June 18, 2010

Water bridges, also called navigable aqueducts, were first developed by the Romans, but didn’t come into use again until 1690. That year, the Canal du Midi opened. The 150-mile long Canal connected the Garonne River (which flows into the Atlantic)…

Politicians Squawk over Pacific Antitrust Immunity

Posted to Martin Rushmere (by Martin Rushmere) on June 17, 2010

The Transpacific Stabilization Agreement, the carriers' carrier, is like a bus. Never there when you need one and then three press releases come along at the same time. Right now is just the moment for a news bulletin to be issued, to give another angle to the thorny topic of antitrust immunity.