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GOTLAND ALIYA

Tanker for Oil and Chemicals | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

GOTLAND MARIEANN

Tanker for Oil and Chemicals | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

TORM LAURA

Tanker for Oil and Chemicals | Flag: Denmark | Port: KØBENHAVN

TORM LENE

Tanker for Oil and Chemicals | Flag: Denmark | Port: KØBENHAVN

Maritime News

Indonesian Navy's Submarine Goes Missing with 53 Aboard. Oil Spill Spotted Near Dive Spot

Indonesian Navy's Submarine Goes Missing with 53 Aboard. Oil Spill Spotted Near Dive Spot

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Indonesian rescuers searching for a submarine that went missing with 53 people on board found an oil spill on Wednesday near where the vessel dived, authorities said.The 44-year-old submarine, KRI Nanggala-402, was conducting a torpedo drill in waters north of the island of Bali but failed to relay the results as expected, a navy spokesman said.An aerial search found an oil spill near the submarine’s dive location and two navy vessels with sonar capability have been deployed to assist in the search, the Defense Ministry said.A ministry statement said requests for assistance had been sent and Australia, Singapore and India had responded.
We Need to Break the Link Between Speed and Dry Bulk Emissions -Nachipa CEO

We Need to Break the Link Between Speed and Dry Bulk Emissions -Nachipa CEO

2 hours ago
There's a natural predictability to much of the dry bulk sector. Coal demand peaks in summer and winter when seasonal cooling or heating is required, and iron ore typically peaks in the latter half of the year as China imports huge quantities to produce steel in advance of the spring construction season.Similarly, Brazil's rainy season and Australia's cyclone season both happen in Q1 and usually help ensure it’s the weakest quarter of the year for dry bulk.Even acts of God are only minimally impacting the dry bulk market’s momentum this year.
Capesize Surge Lifts Baltic Dry Index Above 10-year Peak

Capesize Surge Lifts Baltic Dry Index Above 10-year Peak

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The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index surged to its highest in over a decade on Wednesday, powered by a jump in the larger capesize vessel segment on increasing iron ore shipments from Brazil.The Baltic dry index, which tracks rates for capesize, panamax and supramax vessel ferrying dry bulk commodities, jumped 238 points, or 9.6%, to 2,710, its highest since October 2010.The index recorded its biggest daily jump since Feb. 17.The capesize index surged 559 points, or 16.2%, to 4,014 - a peak since early October 2020.Average daily earnings for capesizes, which typically transport 150,000-tonne cargoes of coal and steel-making ingredient iron ore, jumped $4,638 to $33,290.
TECH FILE: JonRie Debuts New Double Drum Bow Winch

TECH FILE: JonRie Debuts New Double Drum Bow Winch

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JonRie Marine Winches debuted its new Series 525 Double Drum Bow Winch designed for a 6,770 HP ASD. This winch was designed for Escort operations and Long Line Towing over the stern making it suited for escorting, terminal support, towing and ship assist duties.A new feature on the Series 525 winch are the four independent Hagglunds Drives. The towing drum features a high torque motor with a 100,000 lbs. line pull and an auto abort block to dump the wire in an emergency. The escort drum features a medium line pull of 50,000 lbs. and a Render/Recover block to allow the master to freewheel the line when making up a tow.
Atlantic Wind Transfers Pursuing Integrated Management System Certification

Atlantic Wind Transfers Pursuing Integrated Management System Certification

2 hours ago
Rhode Island-based owner and operator of crew transfer vessels (CTV) Atlantic Wind Transfers (AWT) has engaged classification society DNV for the company’s integrated Management System Certification as it seeks to scale up in the U.S. offshore wind industry. The company is working with DNV in pursuing international Safety Management Systems (SMS) certification and ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and ISO 45001 certification.As the U.S. offshore wind industry expands, the country's first Jones Act CTV owner/operator plans to be at the forefront in providing crew transfer services up and down the East Coast, and eventually on the West Coast as the industry grows. AWT president Charles A. Donadio, Jr.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (April 2021)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (April 2021)
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