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DIVING SYSTEM TSS 03

Diving System

McDERMOTT TSS-01 (DSV)

Diving System

SAT 9

Diving System | Flag: Unknown

INTERMAC 265

Barge | Flag: Republic of Panama | Port: PANAMA

INTERMAC 258

Barge | Flag: Republic of Panama | Port: PANAMA

DLB KP1

Barge | Flag: Republic of Panama | Port: PANAMA

INTERMAC 406

Barge | Flag: Republic of Panama | Port: PANAMA

MCDERMOTT DERRICK BARGE NO. 32

Barge | Flag: Republic of Panama | Port: PANAMA

INTERMAC 407

Tank Barge | Flag: Republic of Panama | Port: PANAMA

MCDERMOTT DERRICK BARGE NO.27

Barge | Flag: Republic of Panama | Port: PANAMA

Maritime News

Beirut Blast Chemicals Possibly Linked to Syrian Businessmen

Beirut Blast Chemicals Possibly Linked to Syrian Businessmen

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The company that bought the ammonium nitrate which exploded in Beirut last August had possible links to two Syrian businessmen under U.S. sanctions for ties to President Bashar al-Assad, according to a report by a Lebanese journalist and London company filings.Savaro Ltd, the trading firm which procured the chemicals in 2013, shared a London address with companies linked to George Haswani and Imad Khoury, according to the report by documentary film-maker Firas Hatoum, which aired on Lebanon’s al-Jadeed TV station this week.Haswani, Khoury and his brother Mudalal Khoury have all been sanctioned by Washington for supporting Assad’s war effort.
Cargo Ship Sinks in Black Sea, Off Turkey

Cargo Ship Sinks in Black Sea, Off Turkey

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A Palau-flagged freight ship has sunk off the coast of Turkey's Black Sea province of Bartin, killing two crew members, the coast guard said on Sunday, adding that search and rescue operations for more crew members were continuing.Bartin Governor Sinan Guner had initially said the ship, the ARVIN, was a Russian dry freight vessel that sank off the coast of the Inkumu region in poor weather, but later corrected that."The ARVIN ship attempted to take refuge at the Bartin port due to poor weather conditions as it carried cargo from Georgia to Bulgaria," Guner was quoted as saying by state-owned Anadolu news agency.
VLSFO Plus Older Engines Can Presents New Maintenance Challenges

VLSFO Plus Older Engines Can Presents New Maintenance Challenges

4 hours ago
As shipowners mull the pros and cons associated with new fuels to meet tightening emissions rules, Chevron Marine is finding that some ship owners that switched older engines to  very low-sulfur fuel oil (VLSFO) are reporting build-up of red deposits on piston crowns and top edges, sometimes combined with red iron burrs in scavenge ports. The deposits are associated with abnormal liner wear since the fuel switch, particularly on older two-stroke marine engines.“While newer ships do not have a problem using these fuels, engines already closer to an overhaul did struggle sometimes.
Remontowa Delivers Tug for the Polish Navy

Remontowa Delivers Tug for the Polish Navy

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Polish shipbuilder Remontowa Shipbuilding said it recently delivered the fourth in a series of six tugboats for the Polish Navy.The vessel, H-12 Semko, was built in Gdańsk and sailed to Świnoujście for handover to the 8th Vice Admiral Kazimierz Porębski Coastal Defense Flotilla.The contract for the design and construction of six tugs was signed in June 2017. The workboats will be used by the Polish Navy for military and logistics operations support at sea and in ports, as well as for technical evacuations, personnel transfers, search and rescue operations and oil spill recovery. FSIC IA ice class reinforcement enables the vessels to be deployed in the Baltic Sea at any time of the year.
Singapore Prioritizes Vaccinations to Frontline Maritime Workers

Singapore Prioritizes Vaccinations to Frontline Maritime Workers

4 hours ago
More than 10,000 frontline maritime personnel to receive COVID-19 vaccinations by end of January.In the global seafarer crisis created by COVID-19, Sinagapore has emerged as a world leader in the treatment of seafarers and frontline maritime personnel. That streak continues as Singapore became one of the first countries to prioritize COVID-19 vaccinations for frontline maritime workers. The vaccination exercise is part of the national COVID-19 vaccination strategy to protect frontline personnel and their family members, as well as residents living in Singapore.