DEMAREST TIDE

Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Supply Vessel 2013-10-01 Vanuatu PORT VILA
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
9608740 2234 YJTK3
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
87.9 19 3943 1616 4700

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Video: USS Bonhomme Richard Blaze Continues

Video: USS Bonhomme Richard Blaze Continues

14 minutes ago
Hundreds of firefighters battled through a second day from the air, land and water on Monday to save a U.S. war vessel swept by flames while moored at a San Diego shipyard, as the number of sailors and civilians injured in the blaze rose to nearly 60.The USS Bonhomme Richard, an amphibious assault ship whose size ranks second in the U.S. Navy fleet to that of an aircraft carrier, remained largely shrouded in thick, acrid smoke on Monday as the vessel began listing to its starboard side.The fire, accompanied by at least one large explosion, erupted Sunday morning in the lower cargo hold of the 844-foot-long (257 meter) ship, docked for routine maintenance at its home port at U.S.
Widow of Bangladeshi Shipbreaking Worker Free to Sue Maran

Widow of Bangladeshi Shipbreaking Worker Free to Sue Maran

an hour ago
A Bangladeshi woman whose husband died while dismantling an oil tanker at a shipbreaking yard in 2018 can file a negligence claim against a British company involved in the vessel’s sale, London’s High Court ruled this week.Khalil Mollah, 32, fell to his death while working on a tanker called the EKTA in the port city of Chattogram in southeastern Bangladesh, where scores of end-of-life ships are sent to be scrapped each year.British lawyers representing his widow, Hamida Begum, took her case to court in April 2019, arguing that Maran (UK) Ltd was responsible for the ship ending up in Bangladesh, where working conditions in shipbreaking yards were known to be dangerous.
Gladding-Hearn Delivers Sixth Launch to Delta Pilots

Gladding-Hearn Delivers Sixth Launch to Delta Pilots

an hour ago
Delta Launch Services, the operating company for the Associated Branch pilots on the SW Pass of the Mississippi, has taken delivery of a new pilot boat from Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation. This is the sixth St. John’s Class launch built for the Delta pilots by the Somerset, Mass. shipyard.The new launch, a sister-ship to the Assistant delivered in 2018, measures of 52.6’ overall, with a beam of 16.11’ and a draft of 4.8’. The all-aluminum pilot boat features the Ray Hunt Designs Deep-V hull. It is powered by twin Caterpillar C-18 EPA Tier 3 diesel engines, each delivering 671 Bhp at 2,100 rpm, with a top speed of 26 knots.
Monjasa Expands Bunkering Capacity in Houston

Monjasa Expands Bunkering Capacity in Houston

36 minutes ago
Marine fuels supplier Monjasa says it is further developing its services in America’s top bunkering hub.The Houston Greater Area welcomes 1,375 vessel arrivals monthly and sees marine fuels demand of an estimated 4.5-5 million metric tons yearly. To further cater for an increasing demand, Monjasa now extends local supply capacity and product loading options.The company said it will add an additional barge on time charter as of July 2020. This improved operation can now accommodate around 60 deliveries and supply 40,000 metric tons monthly.
Chinese Study Examining Methanol as a Marine Fuel

Chinese Study Examining Methanol as a Marine Fuel

2 hours ago
The Methanol Institute (MI) has joined a study led by the China Waterborne Transportation Research Institute (CWTRI), the think tank of the Chinese Ministry of Transport, which will consider the technical and operational requirements for the use of methanol as a marine fuel. The study is supported by methanol producers and distributors Methanex  and Shanghai Huayi Energy Chemical Co., Ltd.Based on the characteristics of China’s energy and shipping industries, the study will create comprehensive guidance and policy suggestions for the use of methanol as a marine fuel, reflecting the experience already gained in large and small methanol-fueled marine engines