KANOO 23

Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Special Purpose Vessel May 3 1996 12:00AM United Arab Emirates DUBAI
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
9136175
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
26.5 5.9 134 31 0

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KANOO 23 Owner, Manager, Shipyard

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French Container Shipping Firm Offers to Rebuild Beirut's Port Within Three Years

French Container Shipping Firm Offers to Rebuild Beirut's Port Within Three Years

3 hours ago
French container shipping group CMA CGM is pursuing a plan to rebuild Beirut's port within three years, despite political deadlock in Lebanon that has prevented decisions on the port since a blast last August, a company executive said.A chemical explosion at the port killed 200 people and destroyed entire neighborhoods, deepening Lebanon's worst political and economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war.CMA CGM's plan, first outlined to Lebanese authorities in September, envisages the reconstruction of damaged docks and warehouses, along with port expansion and digitalization, at a total cost estimated at $400 million to $600 million, Joe Dakkak, general manager CMA CGM Lebanon
Shipbuilding: Is there a different future for ship repair and conversion?

Shipbuilding: Is there a different future for ship repair and conversion?

yesterday
There is an old adage that states that a repair yard can economically build new ships, but a new construction yard should never touch ship repair jobs. In my experience there is a lot of truth to that statement, and it does not mean that new construction yards are run by less capable people; it simply means that ship construction and ship repair and conversion are fundamentally different business models. Ship construction uses a script, while ship repair and conversion is improvisation. I will not drive the theater comparison completely home, but it has some validity. Improv actors can end up in major movies, but I am not aware of much movement in the other direction.
Lebanon Expands Claim in Maritime Area Dispute with Israel

Lebanon Expands Claim in Maritime Area Dispute with Israel

29 minutes ago
A senior cabinet minister said on Monday he had signed a document expanding Lebanon's claims in a row with Israel over their maritime border that has held up hydrocarbon exploration in the potentially gas-rich area.The amendment would add around 1,400 square kilometers (540.54 square miles) to the exclusive economic zone claimed by Lebanon in its original submission to the United Nations.Negotiations between old foes Lebanon and Israel were launched in October to try to resolve the dispute. The talks, a culmination of three years of diplomacy by the United States, have since stalled.
Marlink Gets OK to Acquire ITC Global from Panasonic

Marlink Gets OK to Acquire ITC Global from Panasonic

2 hours ago
Maritime connectivity and IT solutions provider Marlink Group has obtained final regulatory approvals to acquire 100% of ITC Global from Panasonic. "The Marlink and ITC Global management teams are preparing for a swift closing of the transaction in the coming weeks, while remaining fully focused on providing best-in-class services to their customers across the world," Marlink said."Both the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) have given their approval to the deal.
ABS Grants Its Software Quality Management Notation for OOS Serooskerke Semi-sub

ABS Grants Its Software Quality Management Notation for OOS Serooskerke Semi-sub

4 hours ago
The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has granted its Integrated Software Quality Management (ISQM) notation to OOS Serooskerke one of the world’s largest semi-submersible, heavy-lift crane platforms.The ABS Integrated Software Quality Management (ISQM) notation recognizes OOS' risk-based approach to critical software control safety systems.ABS said that key operational software on the ABS-classed OOS Serooskerke, a 138m-long vessel with hotel capacity for 750 people, has undergone failure mode effects and criticality analysis as well as thorough functional testing.