MARLIN I

Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Special Purpose Vessel Jan 1 1986 12:00AM Mexico 0401173435-3 CIUDAD DEL CARMEN
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
8507432 XCFK6
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
64.34 15 1438 431 2000

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MARLIN I Owner, Manager, Shipyard

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Brokers Calculate Marine Insurance Losses from Beirut Blast

Brokers Calculate Marine Insurance Losses from Beirut Blast

7 hours ago
Insurance claims for damage to ships, goods and the port itself after a warehouse explosion last week in the port of Beirut were likely to total less than $250 million, reinsurance broker Guy Carpenter said on Monday.Overall insured losses - including property damage - from the August 4 port warehouse detonation of more than 2,000 tonnes of ammonium nitrate may reach around $3 billion, sources told Reuters last week.The explosion killed at least 163 people, injured more than 6,000 and destroyed swathes of the Mediterranean capital.Guy Carpenter said its vessel tracking data showed 10 vessels were within 1.6 kilometers of the blast.
Lebanon's Leaders Were Warned in July About Explosives at Port

Lebanon's Leaders Were Warned in July About Explosives at Port

8 hours ago
Lebanese security officials warned the prime minister and president last month that 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate stored in Beirut’s port posed a security risk and could destroy the capital if it exploded, according to documents seen by Reuters and senior security sources.Just over two weeks later, the industrial chemicals exploded in a massive blast that obliterated most of the port, killed at least 163 people, injured 6,000 more and destroyed some 6,000 buildings, according to municipal authorities.
Four New Barges Launched for Canada's MTS

Four New Barges Launched for Canada's MTS

7 hours ago
Four new 90-meter oil/deck cargo barges for Canada's Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) Marine Transportation Services (MTS) have been launched by Nanjing Jinling Shipyard, in Nanjing, China.The first barge MTS 3501 was launched on June 16, followed by barge MTS 3502 launched on June 22 and barges MTS 3503 and MTS 3504 launched on June 28.The barges will undergo final testing and touch-up work in preparation for the 400-kilometer tow down the Yangtse River to Shanghai where they will be loaded onto a semi-submersible heavy lift vessel and transported to Tuktoyaktuk, in the Northwest Territories, in Northern Canada.The barges are designed by Robert Allan Ltd.
Royal Caribbean Eyes COVID-19 Testing to Help Restart Cruises

Royal Caribbean Eyes COVID-19 Testing to Help Restart Cruises

8 hours ago
Royal Caribbean Group said on Monday testing passengers for COVID-19 was “very likely” going to be part of a new set of safety measures planned to get its ships to resume sailing after months of being docked.The company’s shares rose as much as 11% in early trading.“We have not yet reached a point in our protocols where we’re ready to publish and release for discussion. But it’s very likely that testing will occur,” said Michael Bayley, chief executive officer of Royal Caribbean International.
Singapore Launches New Patrol Boats

Singapore Launches New Patrol Boats

8 hours ago
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said it launched eight new patrol vessels to help ensure navigational safety and enhance the protection of the marine environment in the Port of Singapore.Six new 17-meter vessels replace the existing fleet of patrol craft, which had been in service since 2012, plus two new 15-meter patrol launches have been acquired for flag and port state control inspections, to conduct checks on bunkering and private wharves activities, and support enforcement patrols and response efforts during emergencies.