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USNS BIG HORN

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS GUADALUPE

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS HENRY J.KAISER

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS JOHN ERICSSON

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS JOHN LENTHALL

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS JOSHUA HUMPHREYS

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS KANAWHA

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS LARAMIE

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS LEROY GRUMMAN

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS PATUXENT

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS PECOS

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS RAPPAHANNOCK

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS TIPPECANOE

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS WALTER S.DIEHL

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS YUKON

Oil Carrier | Flag: United States of America

Maritime News

Fishing for Trouble

Fishing for Trouble

56 minutes ago
Radar confusion and speed cited in ferry groundingWhile the perennial issue of commercial vessel and recreational boat collisions, near misses and allisions with navigational aids are certainly nothing new, in much of  the navigable waters of the United States they are typically associated with the warmer weather of late spring, summer and early fall when privately-owned boats abound on the nation’s lakes, rivers, bays and sounds.But even after the cabin cruisers, sailboats, jet skis, kayaks, canoes and paddleboards are stowed away for the season, those unfortunate encounters between working vessels and private watercraft continue to occur, albeit with less frequency
Red and White and Green All Over

Red and White and Green All Over

2 hours ago
INSIGHTS: Thomas C. Escher, Chairman, Red and White FleetIn 1960, Tom Escher, the grandson of the founder and now the current owner, started working as a sweeper and a mechanics helper on the Red and White vessels. In 1997, Escher purchased the Red and White Fleet, becoming the third generation of the family to own and operate the business. In September 2018, Red and White Fleet welcomed Enhydra, the newest and largest addition to the fleet. Enhydra is the first 600-passenger hybrid-drive vessel operating in the United States. Escher will be building more zero pollution passenger vessels.

Three Missing After Tug Collision

2 hours ago
The U.S. Coast Guard and local agencies are searching for three crew members missing following a collision between two towing vessels on the Mississippi River at mile marker 123, near Luling, La., Sunday.The Coast Guard said its watchstanders in New Orleans were alerted at 5:37 a.m. on Sunday that towing vessels RC Creppel and Cooperative Spirit had collided and that four members of the RC Creppel were missing.The Cooperative Spirit was reportedly transiting upbound on the river when it entered a barge fleeting area and allied with barges before colliding with the towing vessel RC Creppel, causing the RC Creppel to sink and barges to breakaway.
Coronavirus Places Shipping on High Alert

Coronavirus Places Shipping on High Alert

2 days ago
The Wuhan coronavirus outbreak has placed the shipping industry on high alert amid a rising death toll in China and reports that the fast-spreading illness is reaching new shores.The flu-like coronavirus, first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China on December 31, has killed more than two dozen people in China and is believed to have infected more than 900 worldwide, according to several media reports. Cases have been confirmed in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong, and internationally in travelers returning from China to Japan, South Korea, Thailand and the U.S.
Carnival Mardi Gras Floated Out

Carnival Mardi Gras Floated Out

3 days ago
Carnival Cruise Line's next flagship was floated out at Meyer Turku Shipyard in Finland, the builder announced on Friday.The 180,000-gross-ton, 5,200-passenger cruise ship Mardi Gras will be the largest in the Carnival fleet upon delivery in October 2020.Ben Clement, Carnival’s senior vice president of newbuilds, says the the “one-of-a-kind” ship is a “game-changer”.Meyer Turku CEO, Jan Meyer, agrees. “I believe Mardi Gras will be a truly special ship,” Meyer says. “She will be the first to use our now proven liquefied natural gas (LNG) cruise ship propulsion system in North American markets and feature many other sophisticated technologies – including BOLT
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (January 2020)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (January 2020)
Ship Repair & Conversion Annual