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ADELE

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: SAINT JOHN'S

AHS HAMBURG

Container Ship | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: SAINT JOHN'S

AMOENITAS

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

ANNEGRET

General Cargo (2 or more decks) | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

ANNEMIEKE

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

ANNE-SOFIE

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST JOHN'S

ANNETTE

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

BELLINI

Tanker for Oil and Chemicals | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

BLUE GIANT

Deck Cargo Carrier | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

BORDER

Container Ship | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: SAINT JOHN'S

BRUARFOSS

Container Ship | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

CALYPSO

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST.JOHN'S

CARINA

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: SAINT JOHN'S

CFS PAGOLA

Container Ship | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

COMBI DOCK I

Heavy Lift Cargo Ship | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

COMBI DOCK III

Heavy Lift Cargo Ship | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

CONDOCK V

Deck Cargo Carrier | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

CORSAR

Container Ship | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

DETTIFOSS

Container Ship | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

DOLPHIN STRAIT

Gen. Cargo/Container Ship | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST JOHN'S

Maritime News

Australia Evacuates Crew from Coronavirus-hit Livestock Carrier

Australia Evacuates Crew from Coronavirus-hit Livestock Carrier

46 minutes ago
Australian officials were evacuating workers from a Kuwaiti-flagged livestock ship docked off the country’s west coast on Tuesday after at least half the 52 crew tested positive for COVID-19.The cluster of cases is the fourth outbreak detected onboard a ship arriving at a Western Australia port over the last month, in a state that has otherwise been free of the coronavirus for weeks.“It is becoming clear that ships arriving with COVID-19 on board is one of the weakest links and the biggest risk to our way of life in Western Australia,” state Premier Mark McGowan told reporters in Perth.
US Blacklists Chinese Entities, Individuals Over Iran Shipping Ties

US Blacklists Chinese Entities, Individuals Over Iran Shipping Ties

54 minutes ago
The United States on Monday said it blacklisted two Chinese men and six Chinese entities for having dealt with Iranian shipping company Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) and, in some cases, helping it to evade U.S. sanctions.The U.S. State Department named the entities as Reach Holding Group (Shanghai) Company Ltd.; Reach Shipping Lines; Delight Shipping Co., Ltd.; Gracious Shipping Co. Ltd.; Noble Shipping Co. Ltd.; and Supreme Shipping Co. Ltd.In a statement, it also said it had targeted Eric Chen, also known as Chen Guoping, chief executive of Reach Holding Group (Shanghai) Company Ltd., and Daniel Y. He, also known as He Yi, the company's president.
Integration is Everything

Integration is Everything

an hour ago
If you truly want to unlock the value of data you have to adopt a joined-up approach, says Tor Svanes, CEO NAVTOR. Fail in that, he argues, and you’ll fail to get the competitive advantage your business needs.If you go for a full check-up at the doctor’s they won’t just measure your weight.They’ll look at your blood pressure, listen to your heart, consider blood tests, assess cholesterol and, above all, ask questions that monitor your day-to-day performance. How are you feeling? Are you exercising? Sleeping okay? The list goes on.
Op/Ed: Considering Alternative Energy Sources for Ships

Op/Ed: Considering Alternative Energy Sources for Ships

12 minutes ago
Hydrogen or battery technologies? Strict regulations force shipowners to consider alternative energy sourcesThere are more than 60,000 ships in the world, which engines emit almost 2.5% of the world's greenhouse gases. The automotive industry has made rapid progress towards electrification and there is more and more talk of hydrogen solutions for trains, at the same time the transition to non-fossil fuels has been slower in the shipping industry.Energy for moving ships can originate from a wide variety of sources. Ships have been sailing powered by wind for millenniums. In the last few hundred years fossil fuels have done this job much more efficiently.
SCHOTTEL to Equip Danish Fishery Inspection Vessel

SCHOTTEL to Equip Danish Fishery Inspection Vessel

an hour ago
A new fishery inspection vessel ordered by the governmental Danish Fisheries Agency and under construction at the Hvide Sande Shipyard in Denmark will be equipped with propulsion systems from German manufacturer SCHOTTEL.The new vessel will be driven by two SCHOTTEL EcoPellers type SRE 360 CP (1,500 kW each) featuring a propeller diameter of 2.3 meters. Latter ones will be driven by electric motors. According to SCHOTTEL, the thrusters allow economical operation of the newly built vessel at a free running speed of 17.5 knots.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (October 2020)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (October 2020)
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