BOA DEEP C

Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Anchor Handling Tug 2004-04-13 Malta VALLETTA
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
9265342 9265342 9HA2621
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
119.3 27.32 12913 3874 9000

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BOA DEEP C Owner, Manager, Shipyard

FACTORIAS VULCANO, S.A.

medium size Shipyard founded in 1919 placed in the Northwest corner of Spain

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Crowley Bags $638M Vessel Acquisition Management Deal with MARAD

Crowley Bags $638M Vessel Acquisition Management Deal with MARAD

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Crowley Maritime has secured a multi-year, $638 million contract for Vessel Acquisition Management (VAM) by the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD)."Crowley’s strategic acquisition and vessel management service will assist MARAD in the enhancement of the Ready Reserve Force (RRF), helping reduce the overall age of the fleet and increase ship reliability. The fleet executes U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) sealifts," Crowley Maritime said."To carry out the contract, Crowley will use a new, proprietary information technology system to assess, research, and make purchasing recommendations," the company said,Once the vessels are acquired, Crowley will oversee any required re-flagging
PHOTO: U.S. Coast Guard Commissions Three New Cutters in Guam

PHOTO: U.S. Coast Guard Commissions Three New Cutters in Guam

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The U.S. Coast Guard on Thursday commissioned three new Fast Response Cutters at a ceremony presided over by Adm. Karl Schultz, the Coast Guard’s commandant.The Coast Guard Cutters Myrtle Hazard (WPC 1139), Oliver Henry (WPC 1140)  and Frederick Hatch (WPC 1143) were commissioned during what the USCG said was a rare triple-commissioning ceremony at the new homeport at Coast Guard Forces Micronesia Sector Guam. Guam is an unincorporated territory of the United States in the North Pacific Ocean.
Silversea Cruises' New Ultra-luxury Ship Christened in Greece

Silversea Cruises' New Ultra-luxury Ship Christened in Greece

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Silver Moon, Silversea Cruises' newest ship in its "ultra-luxury" fleet, was christened Thursday in Athens, Greece. The naming ceremony was held in the port of Piraeus.At 40,700 gross tons and with a maximum capacity of 596 guests, Silver Moon is the cruise line’s second Muse-class ship.Constructed by Fincantieri at its Ancona shipyard, Silver Moon is an evolution of her sister ship Silver Muse, Silversea Cruises said."The ship benefits from re-imagined public spaces, butler service in all suite categories, a nearly 1:1 crew-to-guest ratio, and Silversea’s hallmark small-ship intimacy," the company said.
Maersk Gives Kenyan Exporters to Europe a Boost with Salalah Transshipments

Maersk Gives Kenyan Exporters to Europe a Boost with Salalah Transshipments

2 hours ago
Shipping giant Maersk is enhancing the service it offers from Mombasa, Kenya, to North Europe, specifically Felixstowe and Rotterdam, by providing a single transshipment product via Salalah, Oman.Maersk said that the ME7 service would connect Kenya’s exports via Salalah to Europe ensuring the cargo will flow smoothly without getting affected by unforeseen delays in case of congestion. The ME7 service will provide regular rotations between the hubs of Colombo and Salalah, letting customers have a more flexible option of moving their cargo."The changes in network are primarily aimed at providing higher predictability and offering more flexibility to customers’ supply chains.
MPC Container Ships Refinances Debt

MPC Container Ships Refinances Debt

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Container ship opertor MPC Container Ships has entered into a $70 million three-year revolving credit facility agreement with CIT Group. The company said the loan had attractive terms.MPC Container Ships,  registered in Oslo, Norway, said it had already made an initial drawdown of $40 million to refinance existing debt, and the rest would be used for vessel upgrades and other general purposes."As a consequence, the previous term loans with Beal Bank and CIT have been repaid in full. Further drawdowns under the facility will strengthen the free liquidity and may be used for vessel upgrades, investments or general corporate purposes," MPC Container Ships said.