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A LEBLANC

Patrol Vessel | Flag: Canada

A MAX

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Marshall Islands | Port: MAJURO

A.H. GIORGIO P.

Supply Vessel/Anchor Handling/Tug | Flag: Brazil | Port: RIO DE JANEIRO

AASLI

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Gibraltar | Port: GIBRALTAR

AASVIK

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Gibraltar | Port: GIBRALTAR

ABAN ABRAHAM

Ship-shaped Drilling Unit | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

ABBAY WONZ

General Cargo (2 or more decks) | Flag: Ethiopia | Port: ADDIS ABABA

ABIGAIL N

Ore Carrier | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

ABJV 1

Barge | Flag: Denmark | Port: AALBORG

ABJV 2

Barge | Flag: Denmark | Port: AALBORG

ABJV 3

Barge | Flag: Denmark | Port: AALBORG

ABJV 4

Barge | Flag: Denmark | Port: AALBORG

ABO FPSO

Oil Production and Storage Unit | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

ABU DHABI-III

Tanker for Oil | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

ABYOT

General Cargo (2 or more decks) | Flag: Ethiopia | Port: ADDIS ABABA

ACACIA RUBRA

Tanker for Asphalt or Oil | Flag: Marshall Islands | Port: MAJURO

ACADIENNE GALE II

Stern Trawler | Flag: Canada | Port: HALIFAX, N.S

ACERGY SABIÁ

Tug | Flag: Brazil | Port: RIO DE JANEIRO

ACERGY VIKING

Multi Purpose Offshore Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: HAUGESUND

ACHIEVER

Tender | Flag: Denmark | Port: ESBJERG

Maritime News

Canada's First Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship Delivered

Canada's First Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship Delivered

23 minutes ago
The first Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship (AOPS), Harry DeWolf, was delivered to the Government of Canada on July 31, 2020, in Halifax, N.S.Built by Irving Shipbuilding, the new 6,615-metric-ton, 103.6-meter ship is the largest vessel ever built in Canada in a combat package as well as the largest Navy vessel built in the country in more than 50 years. It is also the first warship to be delivered as part of the National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS), with many more ships to come as part of the Navy's future fleet.
Ex-Subsea 7 Man to Head Harvey Gulf's New Subsea Services Business

Ex-Subsea 7 Man to Head Harvey Gulf's New Subsea Services Business

25 minutes ago
The U.S.-based offshore support vessel operator Harvey Gulf International Marine has appointed Ed Galloway to manage Harvey’s new subsea venture company, Harvey Subsea Services. Galloway was previously Director of Gulf of Mexico Region for Subsea7/i-Tech7 where he ran the company’s IMR business, including related charters and engineering solutions. Prior to this, Galloway, a U.S. Navy veteran, spent 23 years at Oceaneering, working in various leadership roles, focused on their subsea business.
Greece: Mask-wearing Compulsory on Ferry Decks

Greece: Mask-wearing Compulsory on Ferry Decks

11 minutes ago
Greece will make mask-wearing compulsory on the decks of ferries sailing to its islands, extending the requirement beyond indoor public spaces, after a sudden rise in coronavirus infections that could put its crucial tourism season at risk.Greece reported 110 new cases on Saturday, its highest single-day increase in several weeks. Another 75 confirmed cases were reported on Sunday.Last week Greece made mask-wearing mandatory in all indoor public spaces and also in outdoor spaces where proper social distancing cannot be observed.The government is also considering further curbs.
StormGeo Names Sørensen COO of Its Shipping Division

StormGeo Names Sørensen COO of Its Shipping Division

11 minutes ago
Weather intelligence and decision support services provider StormGeo said it has appointed Kim Hedegaard Sørensen as the new Chief Operating Officer for its shipping division effective immediately.Sørensen has an extensive portfolio of global C-level leadership positions in shipping and transportation, including CEO of Nordics Nagel-Group, Blue Water Shipping, and TransAtlantic Industrial Shipping. He also brings with him 17 years’ experience with Danish integrated shipping and container logistics company A.P. Møller – Mærsk Group.“I am thrilled to begin work at StormGeo during such a transformative period in the shipping industry,” said Sørensen.
BP Charters Solstad Offshore Vessel Trio for Ironbark Drilling Support

BP Charters Solstad Offshore Vessel Trio for Ironbark Drilling Support

16 minutes ago
BP has chartered Solstad Offshore's three offshore support vessels to support its Ironbark drilling campaign in Australia.Norway's based offshore vessel owner Solstad Offshore said Monday that BP had awarded contracts for two anchor handling tug and supply vessels Normand Saracen and Far Senator, along with the platform supply vessel  Normand Leader.The vessels will be working with Diamond Offshore's semi-submersible drilling rig ‘Ocean Apex’ throughout the one well campaign, estimated at approximately 90 days duration. The contract for the vessel trio is expected to start during Q4 2020, and the vessels will operate from Dampier, Australia.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (July 2020)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (July 2020)
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