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ALTAMIRA EXPRESS

Container Ship | Flag: Bermuda | Port: HAMILTON

CHINA EXPRESS

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

BLACK MARLIN

Deck Cargo Carrier | Flag: Curacao | Port: WILLEMSTAD

BLUE MARLIN

Deck Cargo Carrier | Flag: Curacao | Port: WILLEMSTAD

KIRMAR

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Marshall Islands | Port: MAJURO

IRON BEAUTY

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Marshall Islands | Port: MAJURO

WAN HAI 603

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 605

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 513

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 515

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 516

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 517

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 601

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 602

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 505

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 506

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 508

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 509

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 511

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 512

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 105

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 271

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 272

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 275

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 501

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 503

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

YM UPWARD

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM UTILITY

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM UTOPIA

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

WAN HAI 101

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 102

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

WAN HAI 103

Container Ship | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

YM MILESTONE

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM MOBILITY

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM MUTUALITY

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM PINE

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM UBERTY

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM UNIFORM

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM ETERNITY

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM IMAGE

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM INCEPTION

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM INCREMENT

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM INITIATIVE

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM MASCULINITY

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

MCC KYOTO

Container Ship | Flag: Portugal | Port: MADEIRA

MCC SEOUL

Container Ship | Flag: Portugal | Port: MADEIRA

YM EFFICIENCY

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM ELIXIR

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM EMINENCE

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM ENHANCER

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

Maritime News

Fire Hits PDVSA Tanker at Amuay Bay

Fire Hits PDVSA Tanker at Amuay Bay

3 hours ago
A fire swept through the engine room of a tanker owned by Venezuela's state oil company PDVSA on Monday while it was anchored at Amuay Bay near the country's largest refinery, three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Tuesday.The extent of the damage to the Panama-flagged Aframax tanker Proteo was not immediately clear. But it highlighted the poor state of much of the fleet belonging to PDV Marina, PDVSA's shipping subsidiary, at a time when U.S. sanctions are complicating its ability to lease vessels from third parties.Even before this fire, the Proteo had been inoperative, one of the sources said."The vessel is currently inoperative.
RAL, MTU Team Up on LNG Pushboat

RAL, MTU Team Up on LNG Pushboat

3 hours ago
Natural gas is quickly becoming the “fuel of choice” for the maritime industry, not only for its potential in reducing environmentally hazardous gas emissions, but also for its reduced cost when compared to other fossil fuel-based alternatives.For natural gas to become a preferred marine fuel, its availability needs to improve, and this fact alone has hindered its growth in some parts of the world. Some of Robert Allan Ltd.'s clients are actively engaged in developing the required infrastructure to make natural gas more readily available.Robert Allan Ltd.
Offshore Wind: Regulatory “Takes” – Take a Close Look

Offshore Wind: Regulatory “Takes” – Take a Close Look

3 days ago
On April 30 the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) published a notice, requesting public comments, on a proposed “incidental harassment authorization” (IHA).  An IHA is a legal and enforceable document presenting the terms and conditions with which a company must adhere in order to protect wildlife.  In this case, the draft IHA was for Vineyard Wind, the wind energy company ready to start construction on an 800 MW offshore wind farm in the Atlantic, covering about 675 square kilometers, starting 14 miles from the coastline of Martha’s Vineyard.
Boatbuilding: Blount Powers Ahead

Boatbuilding: Blount Powers Ahead

4 days ago
Maritime Reporter & Engineering News recently visited the Blount Boats facility in Warren, Rhode Island. The year 2019 might be the ‘year of the woman’ in the eyes of the IMO, but the two women at the head of Blount Boats – Julie & Marcia Blount (pictured) – have been a driving force in the U.S. boatbuilding market for decades, building on the business that their father Luther Blount built starting in 1949. As 2019 is Blount Boat’s 70th anniversary, a full story on the yard, it’s history and evolution will appear in the October 2019 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News, our own 80th Anniversary edition following our founding in 1939.
Exercising Maritime Liens Against Cargo and Sub-Freights

Exercising Maritime Liens Against Cargo and Sub-Freights

4 days ago
Vessel owners rarely carry cargo for their own account.  More commonly by far, a vessel owner will charter its vessel to another party to carry their (or their sub-charterer’s) cargo.  The contracts can vary widely – from voyage charters or contracts of affreightment to time charters to negotiable bills of lading (not to mention the more complex arrangements that one often sees for container cargos).  But in most instances, vessel owners are in the business of transporting cargo on behalf of others and, all going well, of being paid to do so.  This article is about one mechanism the vessel owner may use to ensure that it gets paid: the maritime lien against cargo.