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CINDY TIDE

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Republic of Vanuatu | Port: PORT VILA

COUPER TIDE

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Republic of Vanuatu | Port: PORT VILA

DAY TIDE

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Republic of Vanuatu | Port: PORT VILA

DESOTO TIDE

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Republic of Vanuatu | Port: PORT VILA

KEHOE TIDE

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Republic of Vanuatu | Port: PORT VILA

Maritime News

Electric Ferry Legacy of The Fjords Delivered in Norway

Electric Ferry Legacy of The Fjords Delivered in Norway

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Norwegian tourist vessel operator The Fjords has taken delivery of a new all-electric catamaran, Legacy of The Fjords, expected to enter service on July 17, ferrying passengers between Flåm and Nærøyfjorden.Like her sister ship Future of The Fjords, the 42-meter Legacy of The Fjords was designed and constructed by Norwegian shipyard Brødrene Aa, with a hull that echoes zigzagging mountain paths that can be seen from her spacious decks. Both vessels are all-electric, carbon fiber catamarans offering completely emissions-free transport for up to 400 passengers through the UNESCO World Heritage-listed fjord routes.The NOK 130 million ($13.
Baltic Index Snaps Streak of 7 Consecutive Weekly Gains

Baltic Index Snaps Streak of 7 Consecutive Weekly Gains

an hour ago
The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index was unchanged on Friday, as gains in panamax and supramax vessel rates offset losses in capesize rates, although it was set for its first weekly decline in eight.The Baltic dry index, which tracks rates for ships ferrying dry bulk commodities and reflects rates for capesize, panamax and supramax vessels, was flat at 1,810. For the week, the index shed 4.4%.The Baltic capesize index lost 53 points, or 1.6%, to 3,333 and dropped 23.7% this week.Average daily earnings for capesizes, which typically transport cargoes of 170,000 tonnes to 180,000 tonnes, including iron ore and coal, was down by $437 at $27,664.
BV Opens Remote Survey Center in Singapore

BV Opens Remote Survey Center in Singapore

an hour ago
Bureau Veritas (BV) has opened a new remote survey center in Singapore, with more new locations to follow, as the testing, inspection and certification (TIC) services provider continues its digital transformation and push to prove remote class services amid travel restrictions in place due to the coronavirus pandemic. The newest site joins existing BV remote survey centers in Rotterdam, Piraeus, Istanbul and Dubai.Classification societies and other marine services providers have long striven to increase remote services in an effort to boost efficiencies and reduce costs.
Gibdock Repairs Shearwater Duo

Gibdock Repairs Shearwater Duo

2 hours ago
Mediterranean shiprepair facility Gibdock reports it completed a two-vessel drydocking and maintenance and repair project for Shearwater GeoServices.The Gibraltar-based repair and conversion specialist worked on the seismic research vessels Oceanic Sirius, drydocked for 14 days in Dock 1, and SW Empress, which remained in Dock 2 for 26 days before being moved to South Mole for testing and sea trials.Built in 2011 and sailing under the Norwegian flag, the 12,550-gross tonnage Sirius measures 106 by 28 meters and features solid streamer for accurate data collection. Shearwater’s Empress, also registered to Norway, was built in 2015 and has a gross tonnage of 10,146.
American P&I Club, ABS Consulting Partner on Cyber Awareness

American P&I Club, ABS Consulting Partner on Cyber Awareness

2 hours ago
Collaboration between risk management and insurance sectors will focus on education, training and guidance to reduce maritime cyber riskABSG Consulting Inc. (ABS Consulting), a subsidiary of ABS focused on safety and risk management, and American Steamship Owners Mutual Protection and Indemnity Association, Inc. (the American Club) have joined forces to provide education, training and insurance guidance that address maritime cyber security.As digital transformation in the maritime industry brings both opportunities and new challenges, owners and operators are relying more on smart technologies and operational data to drive decisions and run their businesses.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (June 2020)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (June 2020)
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