France “will continue the fight” with fishermen, assures the Minister of the Sea

The Minister of the Sea, Annick Girardin, on November 17, 2021 in Paris. LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP ” Continue the fight “ for Annick Girardin, “To fight license after license, boat after boat” for Jean-Yves Le Drian: the government reaffirmed, Sunday, November 21, its support for fishermen in obtaining fishing licenses in the Channel from … Read more

The Arab “city at sea” construction plan. From the space technology center

The new urban development project, announced by Saudi Arabia as part of the development plan for the NEOM future region, envisages the creation of a one-of-a-kind “city at sea”. The idea called OXAGON is endorsed by the successor to the Saudi throne, Prince Mohammed bin Salman. As quoted by The National News, it is the … Read more

Rising sea freight prices risk slowing global recovery, UNCTAD warns

The port of Garden City (Georgia, United States), November 12. SEAN RAYFORD / AFP Maritime transport, which sits on the crest line of globalization, offers one of the best perspectives on the transformation of the planet’s economy. However, at the time of Covid-19, the report on maritime transport published Thursday, November 18 by the United … Read more

Ncl launches “Greatest Del Sea” with the largest number of itineraries in its history

Norwegian Cruise Line presented its “Greatest Deal Ever” which provides a 35% discount on FlyCruise cruises and packages and includes all Free at Sea packages at 99 euros per person for a 7 day cruise. In addition, the company has put its itineraries on sale until summer 2024, the largest number in its history, with … Read more

China is building a new ship for sea launches to space

China is building a specially designed ship for launching rockets into space from the seas in an effort to boost its capacity to launch satellites and recover rocket stages. The 533 feet (162.5 meters) long, 131 feet (40 meters) wide “New-type rocket launching vessel” is being constructed for use with the new China Oriental Spaceport … Read more

The illuminating longevity of the sea bass

“Sebastes nebulosus” can live up to 79 years. Here pictured off Vancouver, Canada. M. CHAMBERLAIN Zoology. For a long time, the fishmongers passed it off for a sea bream. Or a ‘Norwegian haddock’. But since the legislation got tougher, the great redfish family, forced to be content with the less-selling term “sea bass”, has somewhat … Read more

The Sea Calls Me Wins The Best Short Story Film Trophy FFI 2021 : Okezone Celebrity

JAKARTA – Film The sea is calling me, by a young director, Tumpal Tampubolon took home the Best Short Story Film award from the event Festival Film Indonesia (FFI) 2021 which will be held at the Jakarta Convention Center, Central Jakarta, on November 10, 2021. The film succeeded in shifting other nominees, such as Dear … Read more

Valtur opens sales on the Red Sea and Tunisia

The Valtur Sharm El Sheikh Reef Oasis Blue Bay After a positive summer but necessarily limited to the tricolor offer, iThe Nicolaus group warms up its engines and returns to international markets, with the aim of realigning its programming to the composite pre-pandemic development plan, which provided for an ambitious diversification in which medium and … Read more

all the details of the Bellissima cruise between the Red Sea and Saudi Arabia

An image of AlUla – Credit: Cruise Saudi With some adjustments due to the pandemic situation, the program of the winter itinerary of Msc Bellissima departing from Jeddah has finally been defined in detail, in Saudi Arabia, from 6 November. The cruise therefore includes seven nights on board with a stop in the Saudi ports … Read more

Ems overpass: “AIDAcosma” is on its way to the North Sea | – Nachrichten – Lower Saxony

Status: 23.10.2021 8:25 a.m. The new cruise ship “AIDAcosma” set off for the North Sea from the Meyer shipyard in Papenburg during the night. The start had previously been postponed due to the storm. The ship was pulled into the Ems through the dock lock early in the morning. Then it went on the approximately … Read more