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AEGNA

Passenger Ship | Flag: Estonia | Port: ROOMASSAARE

ALGECIRAS JET

Car Ferry/Catamaran | Flag: Cyprus | Port: LIMASSOL

CEUTA JET

Car Ferry/Catamaran | Flag: Cyprus | Port: LIMASSOL

ELDBORG

Supply Vessel | Flag: Faroe Islands | Port: LEIRVIK

FAR SERVER

Supply Vessel Fire Fighting | Flag: Isle of Man | Port: DOUGLAS

HAVILA CLIPPER

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

LADEJARL

Catamaran | Flag: Norway | Port: TRONDHEIM

MAAN DOLPHIN

Catamaran | Flag: Norway | Port: BERGEN

MØREJARL

Catamaran | Flag: Norway | Port: KRISTIANSUND

NICO

Catamaran | Flag: Denmark | Port: KLINTEBJERG

POLAR BAIKAL

Catamaran | Flag: Russian Federation | Port: KHOLMSK

POLAR PILTUN

Catamaran | Flag: Russian Federation | Port: KHOLMSK

PRINC ZADRA

Catamaran | Flag: Croatia | Port: ZADAR

SAN GWANN

Car Ferry/Catamaran | Flag: Malta | Port: VALLETTA

SEABED WORKER

Multi Purpose Offshore Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: BERGEN

SIEM MOXIE

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: KRISTIANSAND

VESTLAND CETUS

Supply Vessel | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

VICTORIA CLIPPER

Catamaran | Flag: Curacao | Port: WILLEMSTAD

VICTORIA CLIPPER IV

Catamaran | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

WOORI NURI NO.1

Catamaran | Flag: Norway | Port: TROMSØ

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Maritime News

Barge Traffic Backs Up Near Memphis Amid Mississippi River Closure

Barge Traffic Backs Up Near Memphis Amid Mississippi River Closure

3 hours ago
More than 700 barges are delayed on the lower Mississippi River on Thursday after a structural crack in the Hernando de Soto Bridge prompted the U.S. Coast Guard to halt vessel traffic on a portion of the crucial trade artery.The Coast Guard restricted all vessel traffic between mile markers 736 and 737 on the Mississippi River near Memphis after the Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT) discovered a large crack in a steel support beam on the bridge carrying I-40 over the Mississippi River from Memphis, Tenn., to West Memphis, Ark.
Fincantieri Q1 Profit Jumps 27%

Fincantieri Q1 Profit Jumps 27%

an hour ago
Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri on Thursday reported a 27.3% rise in first-quarter core profit to 101 million euros ($122.06 million) and confirmed its guidance for the full year.Revenue stood at 1.43 billion euros, a 9.1% increase compared to the first quarter last year when production at the group's Italian shipyards was suspended in March due to a national lockdown to contain the spread of the coronavirus.The order intake stood at 300 million euros in the January-March period.Net debt rose to 1.62 billion euros from 1.06 billion euros at the end of December due to ship delivery deferrals agreed with clients but should go back to 2020 levels by the end of this year, the company added.
Hapag-Lloyd Reports Strong First Quarter

Hapag-Lloyd Reports Strong First Quarter

an hour ago
German container shipper Hapag-Lloyd said on Wednesday it increased its net profit in the first quarter to 1.2 billion euros ($1.45 billion) and kept up its guidance for "clearly higher" full year earnings."We concluded the first quarter with a very positive financial result and look back overall on a solid start to the year," said Rolf Habben Jansen, chief executive of Hapag-Lloyd, the world's number five container liner.Its net profit had slumped to 25 million euros a year ago as the coronavirus pandemic hit.
LSFO Raises Ship Operating Cost by $20,000 Per Year

LSFO Raises Ship Operating Cost by $20,000 Per Year

2 hours ago
New rules that entered force at the start of 2020 to reduce sulphur emissions from ships are leading to significant hikes in vessel operational expenditure, members of theshipping industry say.Using low sulphur fuel oil (LSFO) can add as much as $20,000 to the operational expenditure for each ship per annum, said Sacha Cornell, fleet manager, Norbulk Shipping, speaking during a webinar organized by trade association management company Maritime AMC. “I would guesstimate that the extra cost for additional sampling, onboard test kits, increased purifier maintenance, supply and installation of cermet piston rings, treatment chemicals
ABB Rolls Out Blended Learning Program for Azipod Users

ABB Rolls Out Blended Learning Program for Azipod Users

an hour ago
ABB Marine & Ports said it has developed a new Blended Learning program for Azipod propulsion in response to customers’ requests for safe and efficient training of crews during global travel restrictions.The new program combines traditional classroom training with instructor-led lessons via conference call, assignments and e-learning available on the ABB Marine Academy digital learning platform; remote simulator training developed with support from the Aboa Mare Maritime Academy and Training Center in Turku, Finland“Our customers require Azipod propulsion training before crew go onboard to ensure competence and that equipment is used most efficiently
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