The Red Sea Port Authority has signed a deal with the Abu Dhabi Ports to boost maritime transportation co-operation between Egypt and the UAE, according to a report.
The deal aims at developing the countries’ maritime transp
Environmentalists have sounded the alarm over an overwhelming rise in dead sea mammals being washed up on Bahrain's shores.
Sea creatures, especially dolphins, are increasingly in danger with at least two deaths recorded each
Saudi Arabia is experiencing exponential growth in its ports and shipping sectors with projects planned and currently in progress totalling more than $30 billion.
Experts presented a series of papers to more than 200 delegates at the in
Security has been beefed up at sea with two armed checkpoints set up off the Northern coast of Bahrain towards Iran.
Three patrol boats will also assist the manned checkpoints, which have been designed to combat illegal activities
This year is the seventh warmest since records began in 1850 and rising sea levels caused by climate change are aggravating the impact of storms such as Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Wedne
More than 100 leading maritime experts from across the globe will be in Bahrain next week to discuss ‘Safety of Life at Sea’ at a major international maritime event.
The Bahrain Maritime Festival 2012 is being held fro
Bahrain is beefing up its border security with the introduction of two new offshore checkpoints, which are in addition to three existing checkpoints designed to combat illegal activities at sea, including drug smuggling and human trafficking.
Bahrain has issued a warning to fishermen and swimmers to stay clear of rough waters as weather conditions continue to be unstable and two people were reported drowned within a span of just 24 hours.
The death of the two fishermen brought
A major initiative which aims to save Bahrain's depleting fish stocks by placing artificial reefs into the sea in several areas is being expanded following its initial success.
It is being carried out by the Fisheries and Marine Resources
Experts have sounded the alarm over a massive decline in the number of sharks populating the waters around Bahrain - saying the Gulf was in danger of becoming a "marine desert".
Overfishing and pollution are among a raft of factors driving