The luxury super yacht called "Pi," valued at $120 million, was spotted off the Greek island of Mykonos over the weekend. The 77.25 meter (253.45 foot) long yacht apparently belongs to American businessman Howard Schultz, although it is not clear whether...
Greek shipping continues its astonishing growth, confirming Greece's position as the number one seafaring country in the world, according to a new report. The value of the Greek-owned merchant shipping fleet grew over 32% in the past three years and...
The historic passenger ship "Nea Hellas" brought tens of thousands of Greeks to America, enabling them to fulfill their dreams of a better life. Between the years 1939-1955, this steamship was the main escape route by which thousands fled...
A Greek court gave this week the go-ahead for China's Cosco to increase its stake at the Piraeus Port by 16% and extend its contract by five years for the company to complete the investments it has undertaken to...
Shipping containers which are lost to the sea continue to pose a safety threat according to the World Shipping Council.
Rising from Hydra’s pier, there is a stately mansion housing the world’s oldest continuously operating merchant marine academy.
A ship called Mercer Street, with ties to Israeli billionaire Eyal Ofer’s Zodiac Group, was attacked off Oman, and two were killed.
A landslide at the Corinth Canal on Thursday has thrown a wrench into restoration works at the important ship route.
The wooden ship tradition did not die out at Hydra. The Hydriots and other Greek islanders continued to hew large and small caiques as before
China is considering to build a canal trade route from Greece to Europe through the Balkans in order to expedite the shipping of goods
Christina Onassis, the golden heiress of the Onassis shipping fortune, died in 1988 in a friend's house in Argentina at the age of 38.
The Corinth Canal, one of the most important works of modern Greece has remained closed to maritime traffic since January 2021.
A shipping platform that can predict where ships might go was created by a Greek ship management company and was recently granted a US patent
Prominent Greek industrialist and shipowner Constantinos Angelopoulos died in Athens on Monday. He was 77.
Seven Greek crew members of the Greek-owned ship Angelic Power landed in Athens after 15 months of detainment onboard.