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AL JABOOR

Tug | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

ALGOSAIBI 42

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

ALGOSAIBI 51

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

AWALCO I

Barge | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

BASREC FLOATING DOCK NO.1

Floating Dry Dock | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

GTO 186

Barge | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

GTO 2508

Barge | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

GTO XXVII

Barge | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

HADI 18

Tug | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

NASS EXPLORER

Barge | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

SEA LANDER

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

WATERMAN

Tank Barge | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: Manama

ZAMIL 1

Offshore Supply Vessel | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

ZAMIL 101

High Speed Craft | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

ZAMIL 103

High Speed Craft | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

ZAMIL 24

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

ZAMIL 35

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

ZAMIL 37

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

ZAMIL 402

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

ZAMIL 61

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Kingdom of Bahrain | Port: BAHRAIN

Maritime News

Governments Pledge Crew Change Action

Governments Pledge Crew Change Action

6 hours ago
A dozen countries have have committed to facilitate crew changes and achieve key worker designation for seafarers, following a virtual ministerial summit hosted by the U.K. government on Thursday, marking progress to help resolve a growing crisis facing the maritime industry, and enable hundreds of thousands of stranded seafarers to go home or join ships.“The inability of ship operators worldwide to conduct ship’s crew changes is the single most pressing maritime operational challenge to the safe and efficient movement of global trade,” representatives from 12 countries said in a joint statement expressing their concern about the current crisis.
Wabtec to Supply Engines for Marad's NSMV Fleet

Wabtec to Supply Engines for Marad's NSMV Fleet

8 hours ago
Wabtec Corporation said it has been awarded a contract worth more than $10 million to supply engines for the first two of the U.S. Maritime Administration’s (MARAD) National Security Multi-Mission Vessels (NSMVs) being built at Philly Shipyard.In April Philly Shipyard was selected to build up to five NSMVs that will enable at-sea training for America’s future mariners and support humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. The first two NSMV ships will be homeported at state maritime academies in New York and Massachusetts.Wabtec said its V250 Series diesel engines will be manufactured at Wabtec’s Grove City, Pa.
Keel Laid for Ports of Auckland's New E-Tug

Keel Laid for Ports of Auckland's New E-Tug

4 hours ago
In Vietnam, Damen Song Cam Shipyard, together with joint venture partner Song Cam Shipyard hosted a keel-laying ceremony Tuesday for the electric RSD-E Tug 2513 that Damen is building for the Ports of Auckland, New Zealand.A fully electric version of Damen’s standard RSD Tug 2513, the new RSD-E Tug 2513 is the world’s first fully electric tug with 70 metric tons bollard pull. It will contribute toward meeting Ports of Auckland’s goal of being a zero emissions operation by 2040. With 80% of electricity in the country already cleanly generated, the tug will complete a green energy cycle in the ports.
Wave of N. American Oil and Gas Bankruptcies to Continue at $40 Oil

Wave of N. American Oil and Gas Bankruptcies to Continue at $40 Oil

6 hours ago
A wave of oil and gas bankruptcies in North America is likely to continue this year as oil prices remain depressed and a new surge of COVID-19 cases threaten to stall any recovery in fuel demand, law firm Haynes and Boone said in a report released this week.Bankruptcies surged in the second quarter, including from major shale independents Chesapeake Energy and Whiting Petroleum, as oil prices collapsed due to the pandemic and a brief, unexpected price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia.
In the Dock with Selective Electroplating

In the Dock with Selective Electroplating

5 hours ago
Surface plating is widely used to repair or salvage critical components in the marine industry. As many components need disassembly, the repair process is typically carried out when the ship is in dry dock. Due to the nature of the plating process, this work is usually performed by plating or machine shops off-site. In a quest to add value through reduced downtime and labor costs, many shipyards are looking to bring this service in-house. Mark Meyer, Sales Manager North America at SIFCO ASC, explains how shipyards can put key technologies in the dock which offer speed, portability and efficiency.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (June 2020)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (June 2020)
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