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ACERGY SABIÁ

Tug | Flag: Brazil | Port: RIO DE JANEIRO

AHTI

Tug | Flag: Finland | Port: PORVOO

BAUT

Tug | Flag: Norway | Port: BERGEN

CHRISTIAN REINAUER

Tug | Flag: United States | Port: NEW YORK, NY

JEDDAH 31

Tug | Flag: Saudi Arabia | Port: JEDDAH

LUCA

Tug | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

MELANA 56

Tug | Flag: Malaysia | Port: KUCHING

MEREDITH C. REINAUER

Tug | Flag: United States | Port: NEW YORK

SAAM AZTECA

Tug | Flag: Mexico | Port: ALTAMIRA

SAAM CHICHIMECA

Tug | Flag: Mexico | Port: VERACRUZ

SAAM TACUATE

Tug | Flag: Mexico | Port: VERACRUZ

SABAWANGSA NO. 1601

Tug | Flag: Malaysia | Port: KOTA KINABALU

SABAWANGSA NO. 1602

Tug | Flag: Malaysia | Port: KOTA KINABALU

SEABULK IPANEMA

Tug | Flag: Brazil | Port: RIO DE JANEIRO

SIN HUAT HUAT 88

Tug | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

UKKO

Tug | Flag: Finland | Port: PORVOO

Maritime News

Training Tips for Ships #15: Using Student Exam Results to Measure OUR Performance

Training Tips for Ships #15: Using Student Exam Results to Measure OUR Performance

19 minutes ago
Exams are a staple of training. We know what they are, we know what they are for, and we know how to write and deliver them. And, of course, we all use them to test trainee knowledge. But there is another benefit of exams that the vast majority of maritime trainers are ignoring. And since we give and grade exams all the time, this benefit is already there for the taking!The value I am referring to is that of providing outstanding, actionable feedback on how effective our training is, organization-wide. Exams are normally used to measure an individual trainee’s knowledge.
Mauritius Oil Spill Could Impact Country's Economy for Decades

Mauritius Oil Spill Could Impact Country's Economy for Decades

17 minutes ago
Some corals have lived for centuries at the fringes of Mauritius. Now smothered for days in heavy fuel oil spilled from a wrecked Japanese tanker nearby, parts of those reefs may be in trouble.The full impact of the toxic spill is still unfolding, scientists say. As the Indian Ocean island's residents scramble to mop up the oil slicks and clumps, they are seeing dead eels and fish floating in the water, as fuel-soaked seabirds limp onto shore.Satellite images also show the 1,000 tonnes of spilled oil spreading northward along the coastline from the spill site in the turquoise waters of Blue Bay Marine Park.
Port of LA Reports Rising Box Volumes

Port of LA Reports Rising Box Volumes

5 hours 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.
Marine Electronics: New Display Aims to Simplify Ship Docking

Marine Electronics: New Display Aims to Simplify Ship Docking

23 minutes ago
Raytheon Anschütz is introducing a new “Docking Display” as an optional feature for the Conning NX navigational ship software.The Docking Display provides a navigator an overview of ship data at a glance and a chart window to facilitate docking. It is designed using Conning NX “widgets” that can be adapted and combined, as needed.“Operators will experience a never before possible situational awareness of the ship, its condition and influencing parameters in the docking maneuver,” said Jörg Schütt, Product Manager at Raytheon Anschütz. ”It will offer safer operations and a lower risk of failure.
Greek, Turkish Warships in 'Mini-Collision' Amid Mediterranean Exploration Dispute

Greek, Turkish Warships in 'Mini-Collision' Amid Mediterranean Exploration Dispute

43 minutes ago
A Greek and a Turkish warship were involved in a mini-collision on Wednesday during a standoff in the eastern Mediterranean, a Greek defense source said, describing it as an "accident".Tensions have risen this week after Turkey sent a survey vessel to the region, escorted by warships, to map out sea territory for possible oil and gas drilling - an area where Turkey and Greece both claim jurisdiction. EU foreign ministers were due to discuss the issue on Friday.The Turkish Oruc Reis survey ship has been moving between Cyprus and the Greek island of Crete, shadowed by a number of Greek frigates.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (July 2020)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (July 2020)
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