Limassol hosts Maritime Cyprus 2022

Limassol will host Maritime Cyprus 2022 from October 9 -12, with the participation of 900 delegates from 35 countries, Shipping Minister Vassilis Demetriades said. He said the 17th Maritime Cyprus conference, and

Larnaca Marina opening pushed back

Larnaca must wait a little longer for its new-look marina, as Kition Ocean Holdings – the Cypriot-Israeli consortium awarded the €1.2 bln redevelopment project – announced it is delaying the opening until

Oil tanker sets sail after blocking Suez

A Singapore-flag crude oil tanker was refloated Thursday and is headed to a nearby Saudi port after being stranded and briefly blocking the Suez Canal. Tugboats from the Suez Canal Authority released

US helps upgrade maritime security

The United States donated to Cyprus an underwater camera that upgrades the Port and Marine Police’s operational capabilities, especially in maritime security. Friday’s official handover ceremony of the submarine camera took place

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Cyprus targets Asia shipping

Cyprus, overcoming the loss of Russian maritime trade due to EU sanctions, the Mediterranean shipping hub is chasing business expansion in Japan and elsewhere in Asia as it looks to grow its

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