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ARCADIA I

Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

BIENDONG MELODY

Tanker for Oil | Flag: Viet Nam | Port: HAIPHONG

CHALLENGE PROCYON

Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

CRETE

Tanker for Oil | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

MARINE EXPRESS

Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

PRIME EXPRESS

Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

PVT DOLPHIN

Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Viet Nam | Port: SAIGON

RIDGEBURY JOHN B

Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Marshall Islands | Port: MAJURO

SUNLIGHT EXPRESS

Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

UACC AL MEDINA

Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

UACC CONSENSUS

Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

UACC HARMONY

Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

UACC IBN AL ATHEER

Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

UACC SOUND

Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

UACC STRAIT

Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

Maritime News

OVI: 103 Tons of Garbage Removed From North Pacific Gyre

OVI: 103 Tons of Garbage Removed From North Pacific Gyre

2 hours ago
Ocean Voyages Institute’s marine plastic recovery vessel, S/V KWAI, docked at the port of Honolulu at the end of June after a 48-day expedition successfully removing 103 tons (206,000 lbs.) of fishing nets and consumer plastics from the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone (more commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch or Gyre).The Pacific Gyre, located halfway between Hawaii and California, is the largest area with the most plastic, of the five major open ocean plastic accumulation regions, or Gyres, in the world’s oceans.
Log Carrier Loses Power Off New Zealand

Log Carrier Loses Power Off New Zealand

7 hours ago
A log carrier that lost power and went adrift while leaving New Zealand's Port of Tauranga Monday has been towed to anchorage in deeper water while it awaits further inspection, local maritime safety authorities said.The Singapore-flagged Funing was outbound for Lanshan, China when it lost engine power and began drifting amid  30 knot winds and significant swells between Mount Manganui and Matakana Island around 12:30 a.m. local time on Monday.The 180-meter ship was pushed by the wind and tides and snagged chains holding one of the buoys marking the shipping channel, according to Maritime New Zealand.
Halter Marine Launches US Navy Berthing Barge

Halter Marine Launches US Navy Berthing Barge

5 hours ago
Over the course of several days, Halter Marine Inc. celebrated multiple milestones on the Auxiliary Personnel Lighter–Small (APL(S)) program. The Pascagoula, Miss. shipbuilder launched the first two berthing barges, erected modules on the third barge and laid the keel on the fourth barge.In September 2018, the company received the initial contract to design and build two units, with options for four additional units. The company expects to deliver the first two APLs this fall, while the third vessel is due to be delivered in the first quarter of 2021. Construction on the fourth vessel is expected to be complete in the summer of 2021.
Iran's Oil Storage Almost Full as Sanctions and Pandemic Weigh

Iran's Oil Storage Almost Full as Sanctions and Pandemic Weigh

8 hours ago
Iran has slashed crude oil production to its lowest level in four decades as storage tanks and vessels are almost completely full due to a fall in exports and refinery run cuts caused by the coronavirus pandemic, industry data showed.Total onshore crude stocks surged to 54 million barrels in April from 15 million barrels in January, and swelled further to 63 million barrels in June, according to FGE Energy.Market intelligence firm Kpler estimated Iranian average onshore crude storage for June to be around 66 million barrels.That is around 85% of available onshore storage capacity.
Seanergy Picks Up Capesize Bulker

Seanergy Picks Up Capesize Bulker

8 hours ago
Seanergy Maritime Holdings Corp. announced Tuesday it has entered into an agreement with an unaffiliated third party to purchase a secondhand Capesize vessel for “prompt delivery”.The vessel Geniuship, to be renamed Goodship, was built in 2005 at Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. in Japan, and has a cargo-carrying capacity of approximately 177,536 deadweight tons.Following her delivery, the Seanergy fleet will increase to 11 Capesize vessels with an aggregate cargo capacity of approximately 1,926,117 dwt, the company said.
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