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Kazakhstan tourists to enjoy five-star liner for $8,000 during 10 Sochi Olympics days

Kazakhstan tourists will be staying on board of a five-star liner for $7 000 during the Sochi Olympics.

Kazakhstan tourists to enjoy five-star liner for $8,000 during 10 Sochi Olympics days
Antarctic mission over as ships clear ice field
Antarctic mission over as ships clear ice field

A complex international operation to free a Russian ship trapped in Antarctica ended Wednesday when the vessel cleared the ice field, as officials released a United States icebreaker from the rescue.

Antarctic mission over as ships clear ice field
Sea Shepherd catches Japanese fleet, four whales dead
Sea Shepherd catches Japanese fleet, four whales dead

Militant anti-whaling activists Sea Shepherd said they had zeroed in on a Japanese fleet Monday and captured evidence that four whales had been slaughtered, alleging the ships were found inside a Southern Ocean sanctuary.

Sea Shepherd catches Japanese fleet, four whales dead
Relief at Antarctic rescue turns to fear for Chinese ship
Relief at Antarctic rescue turns to fear for Chinese ship

Australian authorities expressed relief Friday after 52 passengers were safely evacuated by helicopter from a Russian ship stranded in Antarctica, but then raised concern for a Chinese rescue vessel caught in heavy ice.

Relief at Antarctic rescue turns to fear for Chinese ship
Panama president warns Spain and Italy over canal row
Panama president warns Spain and Italy over canal row

Panama's president warned Thursday he would visit Europe to force a consortium to drop a threat to suspend expansion work on the Panama Canal, as a row over a $1.6 billion cost overrun escalated.

Panama president warns Spain and Italy over canal row
New Year on ice as weather stalls Antarctic air-sea rescue
New Year on ice as weather stalls Antarctic air-sea rescue

An icebound Russian research vessel prepared to ring in the New Year in remote Antarctica Tuesday as blizzards hampered a helicopter rescue planned after several icebreaking attempts failed.

New Year on ice as weather stalls Antarctic air-sea rescue
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Rescue underway for Russian ship trapped by Antarctic ice

Three icebreaking ships were Thursday hurrying to reach a Russian vessel carrying 74 people on a scientific expedition which is trapped by ice off Antarctica, with Australian authorities coordinating the rescue mission.

Rescue underway for Russian ship trapped by Antarctic ice
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US, Chinese warships nearly collide in S. China Sea

A Chinese naval vessel came dangerously close to a US warship during a tense incident in the South China Sea last week, US military officials said Friday.

US, Chinese warships nearly collide in S. China Sea
US to maintain 35,000 troops in Gulf region: Hagel
US to maintain 35,000 troops in Gulf region: Hagel

The United States is committed to maintaining a 35,000-strong force in the Gulf region regardless of a nuclear deal with Iran, Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel said Saturday in Bahrain.

US to maintain 35,000 troops in Gulf region: Hagel
Samsung floats world's largest vessel
Samsung floats world's largest vessel

South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries has floated a tanker-shaped vessel tagged as the world's largest "floating facility" with a length greater than the height of the Empire State Building in New York.

Samsung floats world's largest vessel
Young Frenchman too heavy to fly will go home by ship
Young Frenchman too heavy to fly will go home by ship

A young Frenchman who weighs 230 kilograms (500 pounds) and was deemed too heavy to fly on a jetliner arrived in New York Tuesday to head home by ship.

Young Frenchman too heavy to fly will go home by ship
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Kazakhstan may export ships to neighbors

Kazakhstan ships might be export to the neighboring countries after the domestic demand is met.

Kazakhstan may export ships to neighbors
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Japan firms to invest in Brazilian shipbuilder

A Japanese consortium on Tuesday said it would buy a 30 percent stake in a Brazilian shipbuilder as its eyes the lucrative market for resource-exploration vessels.

Japan firms to invest in Brazilian shipbuilder
India police question crew of US ship over arms: reports
India police question crew of US ship over arms: reports

Indian police on Friday questioned 33 people aboard a ship operated by a US anti-piracy firm for carrying guns and ammunition in Indian waters without proper permits.

India police question crew of US ship over arms: reports
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Venezuela holds US-operated oil ship in spat with Guyana

Venezuela on Friday said it has detained a US-operated oil exploration ship sent from Guyana in disputed waters off its coast, in a fresh border spat between the two neighbors.

Venezuela holds US-operated oil ship in spat with Guyana
Australia presses Russia over detained Greenpeace activist
Australia presses Russia over detained Greenpeace activist

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop expressed concern to Russia about an Australian crew member of a Greenpeace ship facing a "very serious" piracy charge over an Arctic oil exploration protest.

Australia presses Russia over detained Greenpeace activist
Panama slaps $1 million fine on N.Korean ship
Panama slaps $1 million fine on N.Korean ship

The Panama Canal Authority announced Thursday that it slapped a $1 million fine on a North Korean cargo ship caught with an undeclared shipment of Cuban weapons in July.

Panama slaps $1 million fine on N.Korean ship
Italy cruise wreck turned upright in unique salvage
Italy cruise wreck turned upright in unique salvage

Salvage operators in Italy lifted the Costa Concordia cruise ship upright from its watery grave off the island of Giglio on Tuesday in the biggest ever project of its kind.

Italy cruise wreck turned upright in unique salvage
Scrapping of Japan tsunami ship begins
Scrapping of Japan tsunami ship begins

A northern Japanese city on Monday began scrapping a fishing boat that was swept far inland by the 2011 tsunami and became one of the most poignant symbols of the disaster.

Scrapping of Japan tsunami ship begins
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UN team to inspect N. Korean ship impounded in Panama

A team of UN experts will head to Panama next week to inspect a North Korean ship impounded last month after the discovery of Cuban missile parts in its cargo.

UN team to inspect N. Korean ship impounded in Panama