In this article, London Partners Toby Royal and Mike Phillips and Paralegal James Fitzjohn assess the rules and what they mean for the maritime insurance industry.
Built in 2010, Thor is a dynamic positioning (DP2) jack-up crane vessel ideal for maintenance projects at offshore wind plants and for wind turbine installations.
The Clydebank Declaration: Green corridors kickstarting the adoption of long-term solutions28 March 2022
This article discusses the objectives of the Clydebank Declaration and highlights the potentially transformative impact of the green corridors on the maritime sector.
The 5,500 TEU vessels will have a new eco-friendly design allowing for a 40% reduction in fuel consumption compared to the existing fleet and are ready for conversion to carbon-neutral operations based on green methanol.
WFW Global Maritime Sector Head Lindsey Keeble included in Lloyd’s List Top 10 Maritime Lawyers 202129 November 2021
Watson Farley & Williams is pleased to announce that Global Maritime Sector Co-Head Lindsey Keeble has been named one of Lloyd’s List’s Top 10 Maritime Lawyers for 2021, a highly prestigious accolade. This is the second time that Lindsey has been named in the top ten list following her inclusion in 2019.
Built at Norway’s Ulstein Verft shipyard and initially delivered in 2012, the ‘Hermit Fighter’ and ‘Hermit Prosper’ were the first PX121 design vessels from Ulstein Design & Solutions.
As the law firm with the largest dedicated maritime practice in the world, we are proud to be long-standing supporters of London International Shipping Week, which in a short time has grown to be one of the world’s premier maritime events.
WFW advises ORD on shipbuilding contract for development of luxury residential vessel M/Y Njord13 August 2021
The M/Y Njord, which has a target delivery date in 2025, is a 289-metre private residential yacht featuring 117 luxury residences. Its primary goal is to act as a home base for individuals and families sharing a passion for travel, adventure and discovery across the oceans.
Drawing on a series of in-depth interviews and a global survey of 545 senior industry leaders, our report examines the shipping world’s views on sustainability and governance and what actions it is taking as result.
The new unit “Grande Texas” was delivered on 26 January 2021 and is the sixth of seven car carriers ordered by Grimaldi Euromed from the Yangfan shipyard in Zhoushan, China.