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# Maritime

This year
Maritime College head: Ireland must seize opportunities presented by major off-shore projects
As Ireland begins the process of shifting energy production to offshore wind farms the need for an increase in Irish trained mariners will see
Last year
French military maritime surveilance aircraft makes emergency landing in Cork
All time
Ireland's special forces: Inside an Irish Army Ranger Wing maritime mission in the Irish Sea
It's 100 years since the 'biggest human tragedy' ever off the Irish coast
Haunting video released of capsized cargo ship
Runaway ship with 900 refugees on board stopped from striking Italian coast
Engine failure on the Astrid meant it couldn't escape Kinsale's rocks
Captain of capsized ferry defends delayed evacuation
Got what it takes? The Irish Coast Guard are hiring again
75-year-old BBC presenter gets a scorpion tattoo
New bill will mean just one environmental impact assessment needed for offshore projects
In photos: Tall Ship 'Cuauhtemoc' leaves Dublin Harbour
Tall Ships Festival in Dublin welcomed 1.15 million visitors
The Evening Fix: Saturday
In photos: the Tall Ships Festival in Dublin
Who gets to keep goods salvaged from ships - and at what risk?
Grounded cargo ship breaks apart on New Zealand reef