CS CAPRICE

Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Bulk Carrier Mar 19 2010 12:00AM Commonwealth of the Bahamas 7000125 NASSAU
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
9406104 C6YD5
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
178.7 28 20650.4 10404 30424.1

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CS CAPRICE Owner, Manager, Shipyard

American Maritime Safety

Ensures compliance with the Coast Guard

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Four Tankers Carrying Iranian Fuel Cargoes to US for Seizure

Four Tankers Carrying Iranian Fuel Cargoes to US for Seizure

2 hours ago
Four tankers carrying Iranian fuel cargoes covered by a U.S. warrant for seizure are sailing to the United States after talks between U.S. authorities and the ship owners, a U.S. government source and a shipping source said on Thursday.Iran had planned to transport the gasoline to Venezuela, a supply line that both Tehran and Caracas have flaunted in defiance of U.S. sanctions. Washington has imposed sanctions on both countries to choke oil exports and deprive them of their main source of revenue.Iranian action against another ship on Wednesday in the Gulf was in retaliation against the Greek owner of some of the vessels, the government source and two shipping sources said.U.S.
Beirut Port Explosion Echoes the 1917 Halifax Harbor Blast

Beirut Port Explosion Echoes the 1917 Halifax Harbor Blast

8 hours ago
As the scope of the August 4 explosion at the port of Beirut becomes clear, the tolls of the loss of life, injuries, homelessness and property damage are staggering. In the immediate chaos of large explosions, it can be difficult to make sense of what has happened.There are numerous similarities between the 2020 Beirut port explosion and the 1917 Halifax Harbor Explosion that can help us make sense of what has happened in Beirut.In 2017, I was part of a group of hazards researchers who met in Halifax to reflect on aspects of the Halifax Explosion for its 100th anniversary. Such historical disaster case study information is especially relevant now.
Schottel to Equip Kenya's Powerful New Tug

Schottel to Equip Kenya's Powerful New Tug

7 hours ago
German propulsion systems manufacturer Schottel says it has secured a contract with Turkish shipyard Med Marine to provide azimuth thrusters for a powerful new salvage tug ordered by Kenya Ports Authority (KPA). The vessel will be equipped with main and auxiliary propulsion systems from Schottel, achieving a bollard pull of more than 120 tonnes. The Robert Allan RAstar 4200 (MED-A42120) design vessel is considered the largest tugboat on the East African Coast of the Indian Ocean.Recai Hakan Şen, CEO of Med Marine, says, “The marine business is rapidly changing towards greater environmental awareness and improved operational efficiency.
Armstrong Launches RHIB Tour Boat

Armstrong Launches RHIB Tour Boat

8 hours ago
Armstrong Marine USA Inc. launched the 11.3- by 4.2-meter Naiad rigid hull inflatable boat (RHIB) Bay Voyager II in late July. Builder sea trials in Port Angeles, Wash. indicate a cruise speed of 25 knots.The vessel was originally built for San Francisco-based tour company Bay Voyager, but is now for sale from Armstrong Marine.The USCG Subchapter T vessel has capacity 28 passenger plus two crew. It features Naiad’s heavy-duty fendering system and a full width aft canopy. The semi-open cabin provides passengers with unobstructed views throughout the vessel. A head compartment is incorporated beneath the console.
Containerships Overtake Tankers as Most Scrubber-fitted Sector -BIMCO

Containerships Overtake Tankers as Most Scrubber-fitted Sector -BIMCO

9 hours ago
Containerships with a collective cargo carrying capacity of 5.3 million 20-foot equivalent units (TEU) are now fitted with an exhaust gas cleaning system (scrubber) to remove sulphur oxides (SOx) from the exhaust gasses generated by the combustion processes in marine engines and thereby comply with the IMO 2020 global sulphur regulation which came into force on January 1, 2020.By the start of July, the share of the containership fleet with scrubbers installed exceeded that of the crude oil tanker fleet. At that time, the container shipping sector became the most scrubber-fitted among the main cargo carrying ship types.