U.S.A., DEPT.OF NAVY (MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND)

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Washington DC 20020
United States

Ships

USNS INVINCIBLE

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS RED CLOUD

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS WATSON

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS PFC.DEWAYNE T.WILLIAMS

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America | Port: BOSTON, MA

USNS EFFECTIVE

Swath Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS PFC EUGENE A OBREGON

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS BRUCE C. HEEZEN

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

USNS LAWRENCE H.GIANELLA

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS HENSON

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

USNS WATERS

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS OBSERVATION ISLAND

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS WATKINS

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS SUMNER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

USNS POMEROY

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS PATHFINDER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

USNS CHARLTON

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS SGT. MATEJ KOCAK

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America | Port: NEW YORK, NY

USNS MARY SEARS

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

USNS SGT. WILLIAM R. BUTTON

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS SEAY

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS APACHE

Tug | Flag: United States of America

USNS DAHL

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS 1ST LT. JACK LUMMUS

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America | Port: BOSTON, MA

USNS PILILAAU

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS MAJ.STEPHEN W.PLESS

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS NAVAJO

Tug | Flag: United States of America

USNS ABLE

Swath Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS ZEUS

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS VICTORIOUS

Swath Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

USNS LOYAL

Swath Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS 1ST LT.BALDOMERO LOPEZ

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS MENDONCA

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS 1ST LT. HARRY L. MARTIN

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS BOWDITCH

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS SISLER

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS 2ND LT JOHN P. BOBO"

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America | Port: BOSTON, MA

Maritime News

American Commercial Barge Line Names Ellis as CEO

American Commercial Barge Line Names Ellis as CEO

3 hours ago
U.S. inland barge transportation company American Commercial Barge Line (ACBL) has named Mike Ellis as the company’s new chief executive officer and a member of its board of directors, effective August 17, 2020.Ellis will take the helm following ACBL's recently completed Chapter 11 recapitalization and restructuring, succeeding retiring president and CEO Mark Knoy, who has led the company since 2011.“Following a thorough search, we are delighted to welcome Mike Ellis as ACBL’s new CEO, beginning a new chapter in the company’s 100+ year storied history,” said John Giles, ACBL’s chairman of the board.
Ship Orderbook Shrinks to 17-year Low -BIMCO

Ship Orderbook Shrinks to 17-year Low -BIMCO

6 hours ago
The total orderbook for dry bulk, container and tanker ships has reached its lowest point in 17 years as COVID-19 has massively slowed contracting (-50%) while deliveries of new vessels have proved more resilient (-2%).The orderbooks for bulk carriers and containerships in particular have fallen sharply. At 63.4 million deadweight tons (DWT), the dry bulk orderbook is at its lowest level since April 2004 and 34.7% smaller than 12 months ago. Similarly, the orderbook for containerships has fallen 10.3% in the past 12 months to its lowest level since September 2003.The fall has left the orderbook to fleet ratio at its lowest level in many years at just 7.7%.
Container Losses in the Rolling Seas

Container Losses in the Rolling Seas

8 hours ago
Cargoes have come off ships at sea it seems like forever. Some years ago a ship suffered a casualty transiting the English Channel in a storm. Much of its cargo of lumber and other floating items washed ashore on the southwest English coast. Before the authorities could arrive, enterprising local residents gathered it up.Nowadays, the majority of non-bulk cargo is carried in containers. Container ships have gotten larger and are capable of carrying thousands and thousands of containers. The ships have greater length, greater breadth, and greater draft. They also have greater air draft.
Insurers Discuss Container Casualty Causes

Insurers Discuss Container Casualty Causes

8 hours ago
Handling of steel boxes throughout the shipping, ports and logistics supply chain has historically grown exponentially, putting strains on a range of operational procedures and the physical hardware employed to handle the steel boxes, particularly onboard ships. A recent webinar organized by the Thomas Miller managed insurance mutuals, container freight specialist TT Club and protection & indemnity insurer, UK P&I Club, revealed the diverse range of factors important to safe container ship operations and the security of the container stacks they carry.
RDM Building New Catamaran for World Heritage Cruises

RDM Building New Catamaran for World Heritage Cruises

3 hours ago
Australian shipbuilder Richardson Devine Marine is building a new Incat Crowther-designed catamaran due to be launched for World Heritage Cruises by the end of the year.The passenger vessel will be the eighth Incat Crowther vessel for the Tasmanian operator and will draw on the many successful features of World Heritage Cruises’ current Incat Crowther 35, Harbour Master. This vessel has garnered acclaim for its efficient and stable platform, leading to expressions of interest in purchasing the vessel.WHC saw this as an opportunity to take their immense knowledge of the operation and build a new vessel that takes the best of Harbour Master and improves the package in key areas.