Batten down the hatches, grab your lifejacket and set sail on the web to discover the great and the good of the maritime world with our pick of the best maritime web links.
Interested in learning more about the shipping industry and the exciting world of marine salvage as featured in Salvage Code Red? Batten down the hatches, grab your lifejacket and set sail on the web to discover the great and the good of the maritime world.
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International Salvage Union - The international body representing marine salvage members from around the world. Visit the Site
Shipwrecks UK – A regularly updated list about losses from shipwrecks in the seas around Britain and Ireland. Visit the Site
The New Carissa Wreck – Photos and information from OregonLive about the cargo ship New Carissa as featured on Salvage Code Red. Visit the Site
The Riverdance Webcam – Updated every half an hour, images of the shoreline where the Riverdance wreak is located. Visit the Site
Ship of the Day – Concentrating mainly on ships entering the port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands this is a popular blog, which, as the name suggests, showcases a different ship every day. Visit the Site
Smit - One of the oldest salvage rescue companies in the world, with a proud tradition of more than 165 years of service in the maritime sector. Also one of the marine salvage crews featured in Salvage Code Red. Visit the Site
Titan - Titan are today one of the biggest marine salvage companies in the world, but started out back in the 1980s as a one-tug towing firm. They are also one of marine salvage crews featured in Salvage Code Red. Visit the Site
Wired Magazine – High Tech Cowboys of the Deep Sea: The Race to Save the Cougar Ace – An informative feature from US Magazine Wired on the world of marine salvage, highlighting the Titan Marine Salvage team’s mission to save the cargo vessel the Cougar Ace off the coast of Alaska, USA. Visit the Site
gCaptain – A website dedicated to maritime professionals, includes shipping news, blogs, photos of ships and online navigational calculators. Visit the Site
Lloyd’s List – Watch weekly video updates on all the latest news affecting the maritime industry, plus get inside the industry with the latest company news. Visit the Site
Ship Recycling Industries Association (India) – Find out more about the Alang Shipyard and how ships are recycled. Visit the Site
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