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ALGARVE

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Malta | Port: VALLETTA

CALABRIA

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Malta | Port: VALLETTA

CALEDONIA

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Malta | Port: VALLETTA

CATALONIA

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Malta | Port: VALLETTA

LEVANTE

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Malta | Port: VALLETTA

LOMBARDIA

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Malta | Port: VALLETTA

MASUREN

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Malta | Port: VALLETTA

NORMANDIE

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Malta | Port: VALLETTA

SOLENT

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Malta | Port: VALLETTA

TOSCANA

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Malta | Port: VALLETTA

VALDIVIA

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Malta | Port: VALLETTA

Maritime News

Poor Cargo Loading Led to Containers Loss off Hawaii -NTSB

Poor Cargo Loading Led to Containers Loss off Hawaii -NTSB

21 minutes ago
An improperly loaded barge resulted in the loss of 21 cargo containers into the ocean off the coast of Hawaii last year, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said on Wednesday.The June 22, 2020 accident, 6.9 nautical miles north-northwest of Hilo, Hawaii, resulted in $1.6 million in damages. There were no injuries. The barge Ho’omaka Hou, owned and operated by Young Brothers, LLC, was being towed by the Hoku Loa at the time.The NTSB determined that the probable cause of the collapse of container stacks onboard the barge was the company not providing the barge team with an initial barge load plan, as well as inadequate procedures for monitoring stack weights.
On a French Lake, Mariners Learn How Not to Get Stuck in the Suez Canal

On a French Lake, Mariners Learn How Not to Get Stuck in the Suez Canal

an hour ago
Francois Mayor nudged back on the power and made a subtle adjustment on the wheel as he coaxed his cargo vessel through a narrow point in the Suez Canal—not the Egyptian one, but a replica in the middle of a French forest.This stretch of water was built to train ship captains and maritime pilots how to navigate the Suez Canal—a skill now in the spotlight after the Ever Given cargo ship got wedged in the Egyptian waterway last month in high winds and a sandstorm.The channel is built to one twenty-fifth the scale of a section of the real Suez Canal. Trainees have to steer through scale models of massive container ships without getting stuck.
SCHOTTEL Introduces Embedded L-Drive

SCHOTTEL Introduces Embedded L-Drive

15 minutes ago
German propulsion specialist SCHOTTEL said it aims to meet increasing demand for electronic drive concepts with its newly launched LE-Drive ("Embedded L-Drive").As the propulsion systems are compatible with electric motors of all types and manufacturers, the LE-Drive allows a free choice of electric motor for diesel-electric or purely battery-powered vessels. Thanks to its compact design, the integrated LE-Drive allows even more freedom in vessel design compared to conventional Z and L variants, the manufacturer said.The installation height of the LE-Drive, including the electric motor installed on top of it, is comparable to that of a Z-Drive.
NY & NJ Missing the Boat on Mariner Vaccinations -Union Boss

NY & NJ Missing the Boat on Mariner Vaccinations -Union Boss

51 minutes ago
The head of an American mariner union says state leaders in New York and New Jersey should recognize the essential role of U.S. seafarers by prioritizing them for COVID-19 vaccination.The Washington Post, in a recent front page Sunday Business story headlined Essential, Invisible, described how “states have been hit-or-miss on vaccines” for merchant mariners and that for most of the people who go to sea, the process can be described as  “you’re on your own.” New York and New Jersey are two of the states where seafarers have not been prioritized, and few seafarers in those states have been inoculated against COVID-19, says Captain Don Marcus
Harren Bulkers Grows its Managed Fleet to Three

Harren Bulkers Grows its Managed Fleet to Three

2 hours ago
Just several months after the launch of Harren Bulkers, three 93,000 tdw Post-Panamax bulkers have been secured for the company's fleet on a long-term basis.The newly formed Bremen-based shipping company on Wednesday announced the acquisition of the 2011-built Post-Panamax bulker Topas. The ship will be named Pablo, and with an overall length of 229.2 meters (38-meter beam, 14.9-meter draft) it is currently the largest ship in the Harren Bulkers fleet. The two 2012-built sister ships Turmalin and Tuerkis were taken over by Oldendorff Carriers and renamed Constantin Oldendorff and Clemens Oldendorff just after delivery.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (April 2021)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (April 2021)
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