SEABULK LEXINGTON

Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Special Purpose Vessel Jan 1 1991 12:00AM United States of America 973660 Miami, FL
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
WAT9273
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
40.8432 7.9766 219 65 0

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ABS: U.S. Offshore Wind Vessel Demand Set to Soar

ABS: U.S. Offshore Wind Vessel Demand Set to Soar

16 minutes ago
It's no longer news that the U.S. is set to become the next big offshore wind market, with an IEA 2019 report forecasting 40 GW of installed offshore wind capacity in the country by 2040, which will require a $100 billion investment.To meet this expected growth, both in the fixed-bottom wind farms and the floating wind farms, the U.S. market will require a large amount of wind farm support vessels of various types, with the current fixed-bottom wind turbine installation fleet non-existent, and the foreign-flagged vessels not an option, for the most part. Development of ports required to support the offshore wind construction will need to pick up, too.
Fairbanks Morse Delivers Engines for USS John L. Canley

Fairbanks Morse Delivers Engines for USS John L. Canley

25 minutes ago
Wisconsin-based power solutions manufacturer Fairbanks Morse said it has delivered four FM 6L48/60CR engines to shipbuilder General Dynamics NASSCO in San Diego for the newbuild USS John L. Canley (ESB 6). The ship is the sixth in the U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command Expeditionary Transfer Dock (ESD)/Expeditionary Sea Base (ESB) program and is designed to serve as a mobile sea base that provides access to critical infrastructure for the deployment of forces and supplies.The four FM 6L48/60CR engines are rated at 6,480 kW and will deliver a total of 25,920 kW of installed power.
Sterling PlanB Gains DNV Type Approval for Preventing Thermal Runaway

Sterling PlanB Gains DNV Type Approval for Preventing Thermal Runaway

an hour ago
Marine energy storage company Sterling PlanB (SPBES) said it is now fully certified under new 2020 class rules for commercial vessel batteries set out by classification society DNV.As an early adopter of the certification, SPBES becomes one of the first energy storage solutions (ESS) providers to adhere to the new testing standard, which substantially mitigates the risk of the spread of fire by eliminating the propagation of thermal runaway within a battery module.Securing the type approval certification required extreme testing conditions, the company said. Across nine separate tests – conducted for Sterling PlanB and observed by DNV – all standards were met.
US Destroyer Docks in Sudan for the First Time in Decades

US Destroyer Docks in Sudan for the First Time in Decades

an hour ago
A U.S. naval destroyer docked on Sudan’s Red Sea coast on Monday in the latest sign of thawing relations with the United States, a day after a visit by a Russian frigate.The visits are a sign of international competition for influence in Sudan, which sits in a volatile region bridging the Horn of Africa, the Gulf, and North Africa, following the 2019 overthrow of long-time ruler Omar al-Bashir.Some 300 marines standing at attention aboard the USS Winston S. Churchill were greeted by a Sudanese military band in Port Sudan, a strategically important city on the Red Sea that serves as Sudan’s main port.
Logan Industries Launches US Scrubber Repair Service

Logan Industries Launches US Scrubber Repair Service

44 minutes ago
Texas-based hydraulic repair, manufacturing and rental company Logan Industries says will offer a high-alloy welding scrubber repair service from all coasts of the U.S. for the global marine shipping and cruise line industries.Exhaust scrubbers enable a ship to maximize the use of lower cost fuel while minimizing harmful emissions. Installed in the diesel engine exhaust stacks in ships, scrubbers provide a water shower that rains down in the exhaust stack while the fumes rise up and out. The water combines with the fumes to pull an array of harmful emissions out of the air, creating an acid in the process that erodes cheaper steels.