• Deplorable footwear and its connection to fleet risk reduction

    By Dermot Loughnane CEO, Tactical Marine Solutions Ltd. Read more »
  • Methanol-fueled vessels mark one year of safe, reliable and efficient operations

    Waterfront Shipping and partners celebrate an exciting year... Read more »
  • Cruise ship industry contributes $3.2 billion to the Canadian economy in 2016

    Economic impact expected to continue growing as passenger visits rise again in 2017 Read more »

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Deplorable footwear and its connection to fleet risk reduction
A couple of years ago, an article in Lloyd’s List caused me to ponder. The article was headlined Viking Islay Master ‘failed in his duty of care.’ I quote directly from the article concerning the actions of some of the cre...
Final Salish Class vessel sets sail for B.C.
BC Ferries’ Salish Raven, the third and final Salish Class vessel, is on its way. The vessel departed Gdansk, Poland this morning, for a 10,440 nautical mile journey bound for its new home in British Columbia. The Transatlantic voyage will take...
Methanol-fueled vessels mark one year of safe, reliable and efficient operations
April 2017 marks one-year since Waterfront Shipping (WFS) welcomed seven of the world’s first ocean-going vessels capable of running on methanol into its fleet. The first three vessels were delivered in April and the remaining four later in 201...
Cruise ship industry contributes $3.2 billion to the Canadian economy in 2016
Cruise ships, together with their passengers and crew, make a significant annual contribution to the Canadian economy – and cruise industry spending is increasing at a healthy rate in all three of Canada’s major coastal cruise regions...
Ogden Point, Victoria
When the Star Princess arrives at the Ogden Point cruise ship terminal at noon today, she will kick off a cruise season in Victoria that will bring more than 550,000 visitors to the city. (Photo above: Soon to be a familiar sight for the season, Ogde...