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YM UBERTY

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM UPWARD

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

YM UTOPIA

Container Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

Maritime News

World's First 8th Generation Drillship Named in Singapore

World's First 8th Generation Drillship Named in Singapore

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Deepwater Atlas, the world's first 8th generation drillship, was recently named at a ceremony in Singapore. The news of the naming ceremony, held late in April, was shared by Transocean, a drilling contractor that owns the vessel, via social media this week.The Deepwater Atlas and its sister rig Deepwater Titan will be the first two 8th generation units when they enter service, and, according to Transocean, will be characterized not only by their ability to drill and complete 20,000 psi prospects, but also by their industry-leading net three-million-pound hoisting capacity.
Iran Says It Seized Foreign Ship Smuggling Fuel, Detained Crew

Iran Says It Seized Foreign Ship Smuggling Fuel, Detained Crew

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Iranian authorities seized a foreign ship attempting to smuggle fuel out of the country and detained its crew, state new agency IRNA said on Wednesday.Iran, which has some of the world's cheapest fuel prices due to heavy subsidies and the plunge in value of its national currency, has been fighting rampant fuel smuggling by land to neighboring countries and by sea to Gulf Arab states.The ship, carrying more than 550,000 liters of smuggled fuel, was seized in Gulf waters and escorted to harbor in the southern province of Hormozgan, where it was handed to judicial authorities for investigation, the agency added.
Seaspan Orders Four 7,700 TEU Dual-fuel LNG Containerships

Seaspan Orders Four 7,700 TEU Dual-fuel LNG Containerships

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Containership owner Seaspan Corporation on Wednesday announced it has ordered four "ultra-modern" 7,700 TEU dual-fuel liquefied natural gas (LNG) containerships from an unnamed "major" shipyard.The newbuilds are scheduled to be delivered in the third and fourth quarters of 2024, and upon completion will enter into long-term charters with a "leading global liner customer".Seaspan, a wholly-owned subsidiary of New York-listed Atlas Corp., said the charters include purchase obligations at the conclusion of the charter terms, and will contribute approximately $0.95 billion of gross contracted cash flow.
Lindblad Expeditions Deploys Marine Learning Systems Training Solution

Lindblad Expeditions Deploys Marine Learning Systems Training Solution

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Expedition cruising company Lindblad Expeditions will deploy Marine Learning Systems’ online training platform, MarineLMS, fleetwide, following a successful pilot period. According to Marine Learning Systems, online training at sea has always been a challenge for operators due to the unique and challenging maritime operating and training context, especially in the remote locations where Lindblad Expeditions often operates. The Vancouver, B.C. based company has developed its training platform specifically for vessel operators to address the maritime context.
e1 Marine Names David Lim VP of Application Engineering

e1 Marine Names David Lim VP of Application Engineering

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e1 Marine said it has appointed David Lim to the newly created role of vice president of application engineering. Based in Asia, David will focus on engineering efforts for e1 Marine’s marine fuel cell generators and providing product support alongside the other partner companies.Previously vice president of business development at partner company, Element 1, David Lim has an impressive background in the product and business development, and production of renewable energy products including fuel cell technology such as fuel reformers, and fuel cell system products. Within this role he also provided consultative technical advice to e1 Marine’s team prior to joining.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (May 2022)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (May 2022)