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SA'AD 1

Tug | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SAIBOS 230

Barge | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SAPPHIRE-T

Tanker for Chemicals & Oil Products | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SAPURAKENCANA CONSTRUCTOR

Multi Purpose Offshore Vessel | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SEA AEOLIS

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SEA ANEMOS

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SEA BADGER

Supply Vessel/Tug | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SEA CRUISER 1

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SEA MEADOW 02

Supply Vessel | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SEA TRIDENT

Seismographic Research Ship | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SEABULK RAVEN

Supply Vessel/Tug | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SEVEN INAGHA

Self-elevating Unit | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SHICO & MT6015

Multi Purpose Offshore Vessel | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SICHEM MUMBAI

Tanker for Oil and Chemicals | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SIENE

Tanker for Oil and Chemicals | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SIGAS SONJA

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SILVER FJORD

Reefer | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SINOPEC 381

Supply Vessel/Tug | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SKANDI HAV

Supply Vessel | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

SORRELLE

Tanker for Oil and Chemicals | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

Maritime News

Measuring the Hostile Ocean Beneath Hurricanes

Measuring the Hostile Ocean Beneath Hurricanes

9 hours ago
Unmanned Vehicles Collect Data for Improving Storm ForecastsThe influences of ocean conditions and currents on living environments are now more widely appreciated—from the Earth’s climate and severe weather conditions to fisheries and biodiversity. Sustained and widespread measurements are needed to provide essential clues for understanding the oceans, for effective monitoring of environmental changes, and for helping to clarify the long-term effects of global warming.To meet this challenge, ocean researchers have invented various types of unmanned observing platforms.
IHC Launches Dredger for NMDC

IHC Launches Dredger for NMDC

9 hours ago
Dutch shipbuilder Royal IHC launched a new trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) for the United Arab Emirates' National Marine Dredging Company (NMDC) during a ceremony at IHC’s shipyard in Kinderdijk, The Netherlands.The TSHD Ghasha is based on the 6,000-cubic-meter TSHD Arzana, delivered by IHC in 2018.According to IHC, the new TSHD has a number of innovations, including an enlarged hopper capacity of 8,000 cubic meters and a larger dredging depth of 45 meters. The tailor-made design, driven by cooperation between IHC and NMDC, combines a shallow draft and a large dredging depth
2020 Vision

2020 Vision

10 hours ago
The Congress worked hard and most importantly together at the end of the recently-concluded First Session in December to finalize and pass Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 appropriations that included the Energy & Water Development (E&WD) Appropriations bill that funds the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ (Corps) work on the nations’ waterways.By law, 60 days after the President signs the E&WD appropriations bill, the Corps must release a Work Plan that shows specific allocations for funding projects. That FY20 Work Plan should be released around February 10, the day the President is expected to release his FY21 budget.
"Ghost Ship" Washes Up in Ireland

"Ghost Ship" Washes Up in Ireland

yesterday
An abandoned cargo ship landed on the coast of Ireland this week after more than a year drifting alone at sea.The Irish Coast Guard said it responded to a merchant vessel aground near Ballycotton, Cork on Sunday, only to discover there was no one was on board.It turns out that the mysterious vessel is the 250-foot Tanzanian-flagged Alta, which had been left crewless and adrift on the other side of the Atlantic when the U.S. Coast Guard rescued all 10 crew members on board after the vessel lost power while en route from Greece to Haiti in September 2018.At the time of the rescue, the U.S.
The Federal Government’s 2020 Inland Impact

The Federal Government’s 2020 Inland Impact

yesterday
It is often difficult to push through the federal government morass to focus on the issues that actually matter to the inland operator. While 2020 inevitably will be a contentious year in American politics, it is critical to stay focused on the items that will have direct impact on the U.S. maritime industry. From a potential new Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) bill to potential Jones Act challenges, 2020 will be an important year for inland operators to stay politically engaged.Work on WRDAJanuary marked the beginning of Congress’ work in earnest toward introducing a new WRDA bill.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (February 2020)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (February 2020)
Green Ship Technology