Who pays for Ever Given Suez delays? Also, CLIA speaks up for cruise industry

Marine Daily
Glosten
Ever Given Suez delays—who pays?

Delays caused by blockage of Suez Canal may last for weeks or even months. BIMCO provides a Q&A on who pays depending what’s in the charter party and what insurance is in place. Full Article

Mororka
CLIA calls for lifting of CDC Conditional Sailing Order

With 400,000 guests sailing safely elsewhere in the world and vaccines becoming available, cruise lines seek end to a ban that threatens to push the industry out of U.S. ports. Full Article

Blount
Golden Ray: Cutting operation gets back in the groove

Operations to separate Section Seven of the wreck of the capsized car carrier resumed over the weekend as divers successfully placed a new cutting chain into the existing groove on the hull-side of the wreck. Full Article

Subsea
Vard wins order for Dogger Bank SOV trio

Service Operations Vessels for the world’s largest offshore wind farm feature advanced hybrid design. Full Article

NCP
Inmarsat lands Clearwater Seafood Fleet Xpress contract

Canada’s largest vessel-operating seafood company will install the Fleet Xpress combination of high speed Ka-band and continuous FleetBroadband in seven vessels. Full Article

Marine Log Magazine
Vigor starts work on DDG 110 DSRA

The contract is second in which Vigor is partnered with Navy’s Hawaii Regional Maintenance Center. Full Article