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ARPAS-7

Tug | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

ASKABAT

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

AYHAN BAYRAKTAR

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

BAKU

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

BERNARD A

Container Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: IZMIR

BESIKTAS DARDANELLES

Oil Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

BOSTAN N

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

DENIZHAN BAYRAKTAR

Container Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

EFENDI BABA

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

HACI TELLI

Oil Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

INCE ANKARA

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

KARLA A

Container Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: IZMIR

KAZIM GENC

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

MEHMET UNLU

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

MEHTAP BAYRAKTAR

Container Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

MSC HOGGAR

Container Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

MURVET ANA

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

TAYFUN BAYRAKTAR

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

THE THREE ANGELS

Tug | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

TOLGA TOMBA

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: Republic of Turkey | Port: ISTANBUL

Maritime News

Four Tankers Carrying Iranian Fuel Cargoes to US for Seizure

Four Tankers Carrying Iranian Fuel Cargoes to US for Seizure

3 hours ago
Tankers carrying Iranian fuel cargoes covered by a U.S. warrant for seizure are sailing to the United States after talks between U.S. authorities and ship owners, a U.S. government source and a shipping source said on Thursday.Iran had planned to transport the gasoline to Venezuela, a supply line that both Tehran and Caracas have flaunted in defiance of U.S. sanctions. Washington has imposed sanctions on both countries to choke oil exports and deprive their governments of their main source of revenue.
Port of LA Reports Rising Box Volumes

Port of LA Reports Rising Box Volumes

45 minutes ago
The U.S.' busiest seaport reported a rise in monthly cargo volumes following the steep drop caused by the coronavirus pandemic and ongoing U.S.-China trade tensions.The Port of Los Angeles said it moved 856,389 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in July, its busiest month thus far of 2020. It was also the second-best July in the port’s history, trailing July 2019 by 6.1%.“Fewer canceled sailings and 11 additional ‘ad hoc’ or unscheduled ship calls helped drive both imports and exports higher than recent months but still short of last July’s all-time record,” said Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka.
IMSC Issues Statement on Iran Boarding Liberian-flagged Tanker

IMSC Issues Statement on Iran Boarding Liberian-flagged Tanker

an hour ago
The International Maritime Security Construct (IMSC) has issued a statement on Wednesday's boarding of the commercial tanker Wila by Iranian forces in the Gulf of Oman, calling the incident a "blatant violation of international law"."Iran's use of its military forces to conduct an armed boarding of a commercial vessel in international waters constitutes a blatant violation of international law that undermines freedom of navigation and the free flow of commerce," said IMSC, a partnership of nations working to ensure the free flow of navigation in the Middle East.
Beirut Port Explosion Echoes the 1917 Halifax Harbor Blast

Beirut Port Explosion Echoes the 1917 Halifax Harbor Blast

9 hours ago
As the scope of the August 4 explosion at the port of Beirut becomes clear, the tolls of the loss of life, injuries, homelessness and property damage are staggering. In the immediate chaos of large explosions, it can be difficult to make sense of what has happened.There are numerous similarities between the 2020 Beirut port explosion and the 1917 Halifax Harbor Explosion that can help us make sense of what has happened in Beirut.In 2017, I was part of a group of hazards researchers who met in Halifax to reflect on aspects of the Halifax Explosion for its 100th anniversary. Such historical disaster case study information is especially relevant now.
Schottel to Equip Kenya's Powerful New Tug

Schottel to Equip Kenya's Powerful New Tug

8 hours ago
German propulsion systems manufacturer Schottel says it has secured a contract with Turkish shipyard Med Marine to provide azimuth thrusters for a powerful new salvage tug ordered by Kenya Ports Authority (KPA). The vessel will be equipped with main and auxiliary propulsion systems from Schottel, achieving a bollard pull of more than 120 tonnes. The Robert Allan RAstar 4200 (MED-A42120) design vessel is considered the largest tugboat on the East African Coast of the Indian Ocean.Recai Hakan Şen, CEO of Med Marine, says, “The marine business is rapidly changing towards greater environmental awareness and improved operational efficiency.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (July 2020)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (July 2020)
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