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Halong Bay welcomes more maritime visitors
The five-star cruise liner SuperStar Aquarius with 2,200 foreign tourists and crew aboard docked at the world's natural heritage, Halong Bay, in the northern province of Quang Ninh on April 3.

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Grand Alliance Resumes Services to Japan
OOCL, which is a member of the Grand Alliance along with Hapag-Lloyd and NYK Line, said its services, KTX 1, 2 and 3, which provide connections to Southeast Asian ports through Japan, continue to operate normally.

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Shipping firms to contain problem
Foreign shipping lines have been left at sea by unclear liquidation procedures for abandoned containers at Vietnam's ports.

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Strategic Marine Wins Work Barge Contract
Strategic Marine (Australia) has just won a contract to supply a 27 metre work barge to service the energy and resources sector in Western Australia's north-west. This vessel will be built at Strategic Marine's largest shipyard in Vung Tau, Vietnam for Karratha business Offshore Plant Hire.

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Soai Rap River dredging project to go up for bid again
The government of HCMC has allowed the Department of Transport to put up a Soai Rap River dredging project for rebid, citing the impact of the volatile exchange rate between the local currency dong and the U.S. dollar.

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Shipping firms sail into rough seas
A number of foreign shipping firms are in the firing line for their alleged-monopolised shipping-related service charges.

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VN, India link-up on shipbuilding
Viet Nam and India have huge potential to co-operate on shipbuilding because the world industry is still recovering from the economic downturn, Indian Ambassador Ranit-Rae said at a seminar here on Tuesday.

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Tourists increase, infrastructure and services still poor
Local travel companies complain despite increasing numbers of foreign tourists, infrastructure and customer services at Vietnam's seaports remain underdeveloped.

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HCM City misses out on large cruise ships as port proves unsuitable
Tour operators serving cruise ships have reported a sharp increase in the arrival of cruise tourists but say the lack of ports to accommodate such vessels is hindering the development of this segment.

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Travel firms decry lack of port as more cruise ships arrive
Local tour operators serving foreign cruise ships have reported a strong rise in cruise passenger arrivals, but the lack of a capable terminal for such vessels will hinder the development of this tourism segment.

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