BRAM OFFSHORE TRANSPORTES MARITIMOS LTDA

Macaé Brazil

Rua 5
Macaé RJ 27933-400
Brazil

Ships

BRAM BUCCANEER

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

OLIN CONQUEROR

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

BRAM BOA VISTA

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

BRAM BREEZE

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

BRAM BRASÍLIA

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

BRAM BÚZIOS

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

CAMPOS CARRIER

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

SANTOS SERVICE

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

FAST VINICIUS

High Speed Craft | Flag: United States of America | Port: Galliano, LA

CAMPOS COMMANDER

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

THOR SUPPLIER

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

BRAM BELÉM

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

SANTOS SAILOR

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

KUDU

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Republic of Vanuatu | Port: PORT VILA

CAMPOS CAPTAIN

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

SANTOS SUPPLIER

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

DEBORAH KAY

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

CAMPOS CONTENDER

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

CAMPOS CHALLENGER

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

SANTOS SUPPORTER

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

BONGO

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Republic of Vanuatu | Port: PORT VILA

BRAM BAHIA

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

BRAM BRAVO

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

SANTOS SCOUT

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

ORYX

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Republic of Vanuatu | Port: PORT VILA

BRUCE KAY

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

SABLE

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Republic of Vanuatu | Port: PORT VILA

BJ BLUE MARLIN

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

ELIZABETH C

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

SANTOS SOLUTION

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

BRAM BRASIL

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

Maritime News

Venezuela Oil Sector Hit by Loss of Its Widest US License

Venezuela Oil Sector Hit by Loss of Its Widest US License

10 hours ago
Venezuela's loss of a key U.S. license that allowed it to freely export and increase investment in its oil sector will hit the volume and quality of its crude and fuel sales while prompting a flurry of requests for individual U.S deal authorizations.U.S. officials had warned that absent progress by President Nicolas Maduro on implementing an electoral roadmap agreed last year, the U.S. would not renew license 44, which since October had eased oil sanctions in place for the last five years.On Wednesday, the Treasury gave companies 45 days to wind down pending transactions under a more restrictive license.
US Riles China with Shipbuilding Probe

US Riles China with Shipbuilding Probe

12 hours ago
The United States has launched an investigation into alleged unfair practices within China's shipbuilding and maritime industries, drawing ire from Chinese officials.The probe was launched Wednesday by U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai in response to a petition filed by five national labor unions accusing China of using "non-market policies that are far more aggressive and interventionist than any other country" to obtain dominance over the global shipbuilding, maritime and logistics sector."The American commercial shipbuilding industry is a shell of its former self. . .
Houthis Conduct 'Operations' in Indian Ocean, Leader Says

Houthis Conduct 'Operations' in Indian Ocean, Leader Says

13 hours ago
The leader of Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthis, who have been attacking shipping in the Red Sea, said on Thursday the group had carried out "operations" in the Indian Ocean and towards southern Israel.Abdul Malik al-Houthi's comments made clear that the Houthis have acted on earlier threats to expand operations to the Indian Ocean region and attacks towards southern Israel.The Houthis have repeatedly launched attacks towards the southern Israeli port of Eilat in what they have described as a direct confrontation with Israel.
Marine News' 2024 US Shipbuilding Report

Marine News' 2024 US Shipbuilding Report

14 hours ago
If nothing else, building vessels in the U.S. is a complicated business.In a session on the domestic shipbuilding marketplace, at Marine Money’s late-November 2023 conference held in New Orleans, Ben Bordelon, president and CEO of Bollinger Shipyards (with more than a dozen facilities, in Mississippi and Louisiana), described his company’s architecture as a “three-legged stool approach: commercial newbuilds, government newbuilds and repair/conversion capabilities”.On the same panel, moderated by Roy Bleiberg, who handles Business Development, North America, for ABS, Joey D’Isernia, the chairman and CEO of Eastern Shipbuilding Group (with three yards in the Florida Panhandle)
Norway's Myklebust Verft to Build World's Largest Hydrogen Ferries

Norway's Myklebust Verft to Build World's Largest Hydrogen Ferries

16 hours ago
Norwegian shipyard Myklebust Verft has been selected to build a pair of innovative hydrogen-powered passenger ferries ordered by Norwegian transport company Torghatten Nord.The design, produced by The Norwegian Ship Design Company for operations in the challenging waters of the Vestfjordstrekninga fjord in the Arctic Circle, received approval in principle (AIP) in August 2022 from Lloyd's Register, who has signed on to class the first-of-their-kind vessels.At 117 meters long with a 120-car capacity, the duo will be the world’s largest hydrogen-powered ships, operating on green hydrogen at least 85% of the time.