Maritime Companies Directory
Globe Composite Solutions Ltd. designs and manufactures Brandonite composite materials for the commercial, recreational, military and deep sea/submersible marine products.
Composite marine components
marine supply and fire and safety equippment sales
Self-Regulating Heating Cable Manufacturer
Dry Dock Engineers
Strain Gage Instrumentation Service
law firm specializing in maritime law
ocean services, oceanography, forecasting
Manufacturer of custom-built hydraulic boat trailers - towable and self-propelled, capacities to 100 tons; boat stands; heavy-duty and Titan boat dollies
paint applicators and paint prep tools
Mfg of surface preparation tools and airless spray accessories
Hyde Tools, Inc. is the largest manufacturer of surface preparation tools in North America. Featuring putty knives, scrapers, drywall tools, floor scrapers, wire brushes and spray accessories.
Hydroid Inc. manufactures and sells the REMUS Autonomous Underwater Vehicle. The compact. light weight REMUS AUV has become the standard for shallow water autonomous survey applications.
Hydroid is a rapidly growing technology company located on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The company manufactures, sells and services the lightweight, compact REMUS Autonomous Underwater Vehicle to a worldwide market.
Comm Fishing/ Safety and Industrial Safety
Builds networking devices for better Wifi
Technical Sales Organization
: Imtra is an importer and manufacturer of high quality consumer marine products and integrated marine systems, as well as a key supplier to the OEM and aftermarket.
Imtra Corporation is the leader in marine systems including anchoring, lighting, thrusters, wipers and more.
Operations to recover oil from a World War II-era shipwreck are nearing completion after commencing on May 11, 2019 off the coast of Long Island, N.Y., the U.S. Coast Guard said on Thursday.The sunken vessel, Coimbra, was a supply ship owned by Great Britain that was torpedoed by a German U-boat off the coast of Long Island during World War II. Initial dive operations in May 2019 confirmed the tanker was leaking small amounts of oil, the Coast Guard discovered.A unified command consisting of the Coast Guard and New York State Department of Environmental Conservation oversaw the response supported by more than 100 government, industry and environmental specialists.
As privately owned, luxury yachts near the size of the average cruise ship, behold a new option, which is anything but commonplace: The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. At 624 feet and 11 decks, her exterior profile resembles a sleek superyacht design, not a cruise ship on the horizon. Launched in October 2018 at Hijos de J. Barreras Shipyard in Vigo, Spain, the flagship of the new brand is now in outfitting and interior finishing. The project was co-managed by The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection, Marriott and Tillberg Design of Sweden.
Lock Closures Starting on the Illinois Waterway This Summer May Result in More Freight Flowing Through St. Louis Region.Businesses that move or handle commodities on the Illinois Waterway system are being encouraged to start making alternative plans due the scheduled closure of locks on that inland waterway system. With a two-week closure planned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers beginning as early as August 2019 and closures of 90 to 120 days expected in the summers of 2020 and 2023
U.S. officials say they are unsure whether an oil tanker towed into Iranian waters was seized by Iran or rescued after facing mechanical faults as Tehran asserts, creating a mystery at sea at a time of high tension in the Gulf.The MT Riah disappeared from ship tracking maps when its transponder was switched off in the Strait of Hormuz on July 14. Its last position was off the coast of the Iranian island of Qeshm in the strait.Iran says it towed a vessel into its waters from the strait after the ship issued a distress call. Although Tehran did not name the vessel, the Riah is the only ship whose recorded movements appear likely to match that description.A U.S.
Imagine a power distribution network where excess renewable energy from hydropower, wind, solar, and nuclear energy is converted to hydrogen and used as transportation fuel in the maritime industry. With the allure of a zero emissions fuel, a number of ship owners are starting to seriously consider hydrogen for newly built vessels. As a bold first step, the country of Norway has provided a number of grants to leading maritime companies to conduct feasibility studies into various aspects of this emerging technology sector. Central to this discussion is “how” hydrogen will be transported from its source to end-users.