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Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Seismographic Research Ship 1982-03-01 Panama PANAMA
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
8028541 2146494D HP7673
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
75.57 14.05 2751 826 1400

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Cargo Ship Grounds After Officer On Watch Falls Asleep

Cargo Ship Grounds After Officer On Watch Falls Asleep

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A Vietnamese-flagged cargo ship ran aground near the Philippines' Antique province Thursday after the officer on watch fell asleep, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) said.The 225-meter, 2,551-gross-ton Globe 6 was transporting a rice cargo from Ho Chi Minh City to Davao City and had 25 crew members on board at the time of the incident. The ship's master Nguyen Hoai told the PCG that the officer on watch had been asleep when the grounding occurred.The PCG said its personnel were immediately dispatched to investigate the incident and inspect the vessel for possible damage and signs of an oil spill. So far no injuries or pollution have been reported.
Hermitage Offshore Services Files for Chapter 11

Hermitage Offshore Services Files for Chapter 11

3 hours ago
Offshore vessel owner Hermitage Offshore Services, hit by prolonged low oil prices and business fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, said it has voluntarily filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.New York-listed Hermitage, part of the Scorpio Group, said it filed for Chapter 11 after failing to reach a financial restructuring deal with lenders out of court."While the company would have preferred to complete its financial restructuring out of court, it was unable to reach a consensual agreement with its lenders
Mauritius Says Almost All Oil Removed from Damaged Bulker Wakashio

Mauritius Says Almost All Oil Removed from Damaged Bulker Wakashio

4 hours ago
Mauritius’ Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth said on Wednesday nearly all remaining oil had been removed from a damaged Japanese ship, which leaked about 1,000 tonnes in a threat to tourism already hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.“At the time I’m talking to you, almost all the oil has been removed from the ship,” Jugnauth told reporters, according to remarks shared by his office.All fuel had been removed from tanks, but there was some residue in parts of the ship, his office added.Tourist operators fear the spill will further damage businesses already reeling from the epidemic and could cost jobs if pristine beaches are spoiled.Tourism generated 63 billion rupees ($1.
Student Ferry Design Contest's Rules Changed amid COVID-19

Student Ferry Design Contest's Rules Changed amid COVID-19

2 hours ago
The Worldwide Ferry Safety Association (WFSA) said it is adding new requirements for its 8th Annual International Student Design Competition for a Safe Affordable Ferry, in an action reflecting the unprecedented developments of 2020. This year, students have been tasked with designing a RoPax ferry for the Amazon River, between Manaus and Tefé, some 200 miles further inland.Due to the widespread impacts of COVID-19, the Worldwide Ferry Safety Association is asking registered and to-be-registered student teams to consider how their designs could be modified for safe operation in a time of the pandemic.
Mitsubishi  Names New US West Coast Distributor

Mitsubishi Names New US West Coast Distributor

2 hours ago
Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine America (MTEA) has appointed Cascade Engine Center, located in Seattle, as its marine engine division's new West Coast distributor effective August 11, 2020Cascade Engine Center will have responsibility for Alaska, Washington State, Oregon, California and Hawaii.“The addition of the Mitsubishi Heavy Duty engine lineup to Cascade Engine Center will complement our current commercial engine business, allowing us to support most commercial marine applications on the West Coast,” stated Tim A. Hess, president of Cascade Engine Center, which has been active in the commercial marine business since 1961.