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Nov. 26, 2018 at 10:56 by Mikhail Voytenko

0900 UTC Nov 26: Ukrainian gun boats and tug were taken by Russian military to port of Kerch, Crimea. Most countries stated their protest blaming Russian aggression and highlighting Russian violation of international laws – namely, Ukraina-Russia special agreement on Kerch ... continue reading

in Opinion 1591
Feb. 19, 2018 at 09:09 by Mikhail Voytenko

The core of Thailand Merchant Marine educational system is, without doubt, the Thailand Merchant Marine Training Centre, the main national facility for training Merchant Marine officers - navigators and engineers. There are at least two other facilities, in form of special ... continue reading

in Opinion 2409
Feb. 18, 2018 at 07:18 by Mikhail Voytenko

Notwithstanding Thailand geographic location, which puts nation outside main global cargo flows, Thai’s merchant marine fleet is listed in top 35 nations, albeit second-to-last, with Oman closing the list. As of 2017, total number of Thailand-owned ships was 393 ... continue reading

in Opinion 2384
Jan. 24, 2018 at 14:44 by Mikhail Voytenko

The aftermath of SANCHI tragedy is raging on with predictable conclusions and recommendations, offered by ever-ready to slate everything oil-related “environmentalist”, “socially concerned” journalists and dubious “experts”, eager to enlighten public at each opportunity. Iran suspected kind of sabotage from ... continue reading

in Opinion 1680
Jan. 22, 2018 at 16:29 by Mikhail Voytenko

Speculations on SANCHI tragedy, causes and consequences, are still going on, along with inevitable emergence of sabotage and conspiracy versions. Nearly all speculations on collision itself and why should it happen, justly assume, that both ships are guilty, both bridge ... continue reading

in Opinion 3189
Dec. 19, 2017 at 17:03 by Mikhail Voytenko

Thailand to buy Chinese submarines Thailand signed an agreement on Friday to import Chinese-made attack submarines. China Shipbuilding Industry Corp, one of the Chinese Navy's biggest contractors, announced on its website on Monday that the agreement to export the ... continue reading

in Opinion 3506
Nov. 20, 2017 at 17:15 by Mikhail Voytenko

Public interest in Kra Canal project goes in tides, and as of recent, it’s on the rise again. Project has a long history going centuries back, there’s no need in trying to retell it one more time. Kra ... continue reading

in Opinion 2736
Nov. 9, 2017 at 18:07 by Mikhail Voytenko

Russian Research Institute of Arctic and Antarctic forecasts Arctic temperature decrease cycle beginning 2020, decrease will last until 2030-2040, causing ice cover growth. During last decade average temperature in Arctic rose some 3C degrees, which is explained by 60-year cyclic ... continue reading

in Opinion 831
Nov. 1, 2017 at 12:06 by Mikhail Voytenko

Media alerted us on a new threat brought by ships’ emissions. Particles in those emissions are responsible for an increase in lightning, according to a team of researchers from the University of Washington. Curious study, this one. Extract from Geophysical ... continue reading

in Opinion 692
Sept. 27, 2017 at 19:42 by Mikhail Voytenko

How else to explain spoofing in Russian waters? GPS spoofing is attracting more and more attention, as more and more people in industry are becoming aware of this new threat to shipping safety. One of the latest articles on spoofing ... continue reading

in Opinion 1582
Aug. 7, 2017 at 17:11 by Mikhail Voytenko

Media, politicians and NGOs lashed out at a hapless “fascist” C-Star ship, chartered by “far-right” organization “Generation Identity group”, to monitor NGOs and their activities in rescuing migrants, amid growing mass resentment against illegal migration. Pro-migrant activists and NGOs oppose ... continue reading

in Opinion 833
July 31, 2017 at 06:16 by Mikhail Voytenko

General cargo vessel ANDA sank in Black sea in the morning July 29 some 25 nm off Crimean coast, near the main Russian Black sea Naval Base, Sevastopol, full of Russian Navy ships, busying themselves with preparations for annual Naval ... continue reading

in Opinion 1425
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