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CALYPSO SPRINTER

Catamaran | Flag: Trinidad and Tobago | Port: PORT OF SPAIN

CARNIVAL RUNNER

Catamaran | Flag: Trinidad and Tobago | Port: PORT OF SPAIN

DELTA EMPEROR

Supply Vessel | Flag: Trinidad and Tobago | Port: PORT OF SPAIN

PARIA BULLET

Catamaran | Flag: Trinidad and Tobago | Port: PORT OF SPAIN

TRINI FLASH

Catamaran | Flag: Trinidad and Tobago | Port: PORT OF SPAIN

Maritime News

Overboard Containership Crewmember Missing in the Port of Savannah

Overboard Containership Crewmember Missing in the Port of Savannah

an hour ago
Helicopter and boat crews are scouring the Port of Savannah in search of crewmember who fell overboard from a containership in the Georgia seaport on Tuesday.The U.S. Coast Guard said its watchstanders at Sector Charleston were notified at approximately 3 a.m., Tuesday by Georgia Ports Authority that a 70-year-old man was missing from the Maersk Tukang.The crewmember did not resurface after falling into the water from a gangway while boarding the Singapore-flagged ship, a Coast Guard spokesperson told MarineLink.
Shipbuilders Fincantieri, Cochin Partner in Indian Defense Market

Shipbuilders Fincantieri, Cochin Partner in Indian Defense Market

44 minutes ago
Italian based international shipbuilding group Fincantieri said it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Indian shipbuilder Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) to jointly target opportunities in the Indian defense market.With this agreement, Fincantieri said it enhances its presence in India, providing further momentum to the long-standing partnership with the governmental group CSL, which owns facilities both on the East and West coast of India.Fincantieri also noted it has been following the renewal and expansion program of the Indian Navy’s fleet for some time, considering this market as strategic.
Techcross ECS-A BWMS Earns USCG Type Approval

Techcross ECS-A BWMS Earns USCG Type Approval

an hour ago
South Korea-based ballast water management system manufacturer Techcross said its discontinued ECS-A system has been approved in addition to Techcross ECS in the updated approval status of U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Marine Safety Center (MSC). This means that Techcross, which sells electrolysis-based ECS and ECS-HYCHLOR, has also obtained a new USCG type approval for ECS-A, which is the initial model of ECS.ECS-A received International Maritime Organization (IMO) basic approval the first in the world in 2006. Since then, as ECS-B has been developed with simplified design and expanded processing capacity range, Techcross stopped producing the ECS-A in 2012.
Four Charged in Coast Guard Credentialing Scheme

Four Charged in Coast Guard Credentialing Scheme

2 hours ago
Four individuals have been charged for their roles in a conspiracy to sell phony U.S. Coast Guard merchant mariner credentials in Norfolk, Va., the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia announced Monday.According to allegations in the unsealed indictment, Lamont Godfrey, 42, of Portsmouth, Va.;, Eugene Johnson, 45, of Norfolk; Shunmanique Willis, 43, of Texas; and Alonzo Williams, 45, of Louisiana, acted in concert to create counterfeit certificates from the Mid-Atlantic Maritime Academy (MAMA) and sell them to merchant mariners for a profit. The MAMA is a private maritime training center, offering mariners over 100 U.S.
KR Authorized to Provide Statutory Services to Brunei

KR Authorized to Provide Statutory Services to Brunei

an hour ago
The Korean Register (KR) has been appointed to deliver statutory services on behalf of the Government of Brunei.  KR will act as a Recognized Organization (RO), with KR surveyors conducting vessel surveys and audits, issuing certificates for Brunei’s flagged ships and ensuring full compliance with the SOLAS, MARPOL, ITC, ILL, and MLC regulations and international conventions.Brunei is a country where the oil and gas industry accounts for 90% of the national economy, as a result, the shipping industry is well developed and focused on the transportation of these commodities.
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