POSH VIRTUE

Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Offshore Support Vessel Jul 3 2009 12:00AM The Cayman Islands GEORGE TOWN
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
9527984
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
69.9 16.6 2817.2 761 2622

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Russia Starts Navy Drills to Rehearse Protecting Arctic Shipping Lane

Russia Starts Navy Drills to Rehearse Protecting Arctic Shipping Lane

9 hours ago
Russian warships entered the Barents Sea on Wednesday to rehearse protecting a major shipping lane in the Arctic, its Northern Fleet said on Wednesday, as Moscow stages sweeping military exercises involving all of its fleets.Russian military moves are being closely watched by the West at a time when a troop build-up near its border with Ukraine has sparked fears of a conflict. Moscow has denied it plans to launch an attack on Ukraine.Moscow said last week it would stage a series of drills involving all its fleets in the seas directly adjacent to Russia.
Tech File: SHI Develops onboard Carbon Capture System

Tech File: SHI Develops onboard Carbon Capture System

an hour ago
SHI reports that it has successfully developed an 'Onboard Carbon Capture' system which can be applicable to LNG fueled vessels with PANASIA, an eco-friendly and energy system expert, and received Approval in Principle from KR, Korean classification society, for the first time in Korea.This approved green technology separates and collects carbon dioxide among exhaust gas of LNG, which is burned in a ship engine or generator, using an Amine based liquid absorbent. SHI and PANASIA have jointly developed the technology since 2020, and SHI plans to continue its research and commercialization of the carbon capture technology by 2024, which is optimized for LNG fueled vessels.
Cadeler Secures Work of O-Class Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels

Cadeler Secures Work of O-Class Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels

2 hours ago
Offshore wind turbine installation company Cadeler A/S said Thursday it had won an important contract with wind turbine maker Vestas, and entered a reservation agreement with an undisclosed client. "The agreements ensure optimal utilization of the Cadeler fleet before and after the crane upgrades in 2024. Offshore wind activity continues to strengthen, and the year has started well for Cadeler thanks to a new contract with Vestas," Cadeler said.Cadeler said that the contract strengthened its order backlog and ensured optimal utilization of the O-class vessels - Wind Orca and Wind Osprey - up until the planned vessel upgrades starting in the fourth quarter of 2023.
NJ Seeks New Wind Institute for Offshore Wind Research

NJ Seeks New Wind Institute for Offshore Wind Research

16 hours ago
No, that’s not the clarinet and saxophone sections in the band. New Jersey’s Economic Development Authority (EDA) released an RFP (request for proposals) on January 7 seeking a “qualified entity to conduct a feasibility study for a world-class, flagship offshore wind research and development (R&D) testing facility as part of the Authority’s strategy to accelerate innovation for the offshore wind industry.” EDA lists three goals for the proposed Institute:Establish NJ as a leader in offshore wind technology research and innovation;Capitalize on the State’s upcoming extensive wind energy investments; and,Kick-start a “robust ecosystem of offshore wind-related innovation activities.
Infrastructure Funds a Boost for the Missouri River

Infrastructure Funds a Boost for the Missouri River

15 hours ago
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District is set to receive approximately $278 million under the Infrastructure and Investment Jobs Act (IIJA).  Almost $249 million of that is to repair damages caused by the 2019 flood to the Bank Stabilization and Navigation Project along the Missouri River (within the district boundary) from Rulo, Neb. to St. Louis, Mo.In addition to Missouri River repairs, several lakes in the Heartland area will benefit from the IIJA.Tuttle Creek Lake in Manhattan, Kan. will receive $15 million to repair rock embankments on the dam and perform other dam maintenance and infrastructure repairs throughout the parks and campgrounds.