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MINERVA ANTONIA

Tanker for Oil and Chemicals | Flag: Greece | Port: PIRAEUS

MINERVA JOANNA

Tanker for Oil and Chemicals | Flag: Greece | Port: PIRAEUS

MINERVA ZEN

Tanker for Oil and Chemicals | Flag: Greece | Port: PIRAEUS

Maritime News

Aggressive Killer Whales Batter Sailboats off Spain and Portugal, Maritime Authorities Warn

Aggressive Killer Whales Batter Sailboats off Spain and Portugal, Maritime Authorities Warn

55 minutes ago
Orcas behavior of battering sailboats off Spain and Portugal baffles expertsThere are many mysteries in the maritime environment.  For Sailors along Spain and Portugal’s Atlantic coastline, there has been a recent series of puzzling incidents involving apparently aggressive orcas.While orcas are not known to attack humans, they can cause damage to boats.  In a series of incidents along the Spanish and Portuguese coasts between Gibraltar and Galicia, groups of orcas have been recorded swimming near sailboats and other vessels, and in some cases acting together in such a way as the people on those boats thought themselves to be in grave danger.
'Oil Spot' Reported Near Decaying Tanker off Yemen

'Oil Spot' Reported Near Decaying Tanker off Yemen

2 hours ago
Saudi Arabia warned the U.N. Security Council on Wednesday that an "oil spot" had been seen in a shipping transit area 31 miles (50 km) west of a decaying tanker that is threatening to spill 1.1 million barrels of crude oil off the coast of Yemen.The Safer tanker has been stranded off Yemen's Red Sea oil terminal of Ras Issa for more than five years. The United Nations has warned that the Safer could spill four times as much oil as the 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster off Alaska.In a letter to the 15-member body, reviewed by Reuters, Saudi Arabia's U.N.
Owner of Fire-hit Tanker to Pay $1.8 Mln for Sri Lanka's Help

Owner of Fire-hit Tanker to Pay $1.8 Mln for Sri Lanka's Help

4 hours ago
The owners the New Diamond supertanker which caught fire with a cargo of two million barrels of oil aboard has agreed to pay 340 million rupees ($1.84 million) to Sri Lanka for its help in extinguishing the blaze and averting disaster.The interim claim is for services provided by the Sri Lankan navy, air force, ports authority and Marine Environment Protection Authority (MEPA) after the fire on Sept. 3 until Sept 15, said Nishara Jayaratne, coordination officer of Sri Lanka's Attorney General.Insurers of the vessel West of England will settle the bill, MEPA Chairperson Dharshani Lahandapura said.
Helsinki Shipyard Lays Keel for Swan Hellenic's New Cruise Ship

Helsinki Shipyard Lays Keel for Swan Hellenic's New Cruise Ship

an hour ago
The keel laying ceremony for the first of Swan Hellenic’s two new ice-class expedition cruise ships took place in Helsinki today. This saw the first 347-ton block of the ship – newly arrived from Klaipeda, where it had been outfitted and painted – being set on the keel over coins to bring good luck in accordance with ancient maritime custom.Swan Hellenic announced during the ceremony that the ship would be christened SH Minerva in honor of the company’s first purpose-built vessel, named after the Roman goddess of creativity and wisdom.
Wärtsilä to Refit Canadian Coast Guard Icebreaker

Wärtsilä to Refit Canadian Coast Guard Icebreaker

10 minutes ago
Finland's Wärtsilä reports it has won a contract for the delivery and integration engineering of two retractable thrusters and a dynamic positioning (DP) system for the Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) icebreaker CCGS Amundsen.Wärtsilä, which booked the order in July, said it was able to meet the CCG’s requirements to fit the equipment in the existing space of the 98-meter-long Arctic Class 3 Medium Icebreaker, the only vessel in its class to be fitted with retractable thrusters and DP. The new thrusters will be integrated with the existing bow thruster, which is also a Wärtsilä product. The equipment is scheduled for delivery in September 2021.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (September 2020)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (September 2020)
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