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AJANG HARAPAN

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: Malaysia | Port: KUCHING

SARKU CLEMENTINE

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: Malaysia | Port: KUCHING

SP/4 JAMES A. LOUX

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

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Ever Given Held in Egypt as Compensation Talks Continue

Ever Given Held in Egypt as Compensation Talks Continue

2 hours ago
A ship that blocked the Suez Canal for almost a week in March has not been given clearance to leave the waterway as discussions continue over a compensation claim made to the vessel’s owner Shoei Kisen, an official from the Japanese company said on Tuesday.The Ever Given has been in a lake separating two sections of the canal since it was dislodged on March 29, as the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) conducts investigations.Yumi Shinohara, deputy manager with owner Shoei Kisen’s fleet management department, confirmed the canal had made a compensation claim but gave no further details.
Hull of Seabourn Venture Arrives in Genoa for Final Outfitting

Hull of Seabourn Venture Arrives in Genoa for Final Outfitting

an hour ago
The hull of ultra-luxury expedition ship Seabourn Venture has been transferred from Trieste to Genoa, where the newbuild will undergo final outfitting ahead of its scheduled launch in December. The hull, with its superstructures built up to deck 9, was built at T. Mariotti and Cimolai's CIMAR shipyard in San Giorgio di Nogaro. The new ship was floated out in Trieste on March 30 and arrived in Genoa on April 10 following the 1,200 mile voyage.Already equipped with engines, generators and the main equipment of the engine room, Seabourn Venture will complete the final outfitting phase with the integration of further superstructures built in Genoa in recent months
Schottel Hybrid Drive for 'World’s First' LNG Hybrid Tug

Schottel Hybrid Drive for 'World’s First' LNG Hybrid Tug

3 hours ago
Singapore-based Sembcorp Marine chose Schottel’s azimuthal hybrid drive system SYDRIVE-E to power the world’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) hybrid tug. With this first in a series of 12 vessels, Sembcorp Marine will build the world’s first hybrid LNG-fueled tug fleet that will replace its existing diesel-powered tugs. The vessel is designed by LMG Marin, a wholly owned Sembcorp Marine subsidiary, and a leading naval architecture design house in Bergen, Norway, which provides energy efficient solutions.The tug’s future operation profile in the harbors of Singapore will demand highly variable power ranges.
Port of Oakland Reports Record Cargo Surge

Port of Oakland Reports Record Cargo Surge

12 minutes ago
The Port of Oakland reported all-time high container volume for import and export cargo in the month of March amid an ongoing trade boom exploding through U.S. ports.The port said Oakland received the equivalent of 97,538 20-foot import containers in March. It said it shipped out the equivalent of 94,169 20-foot export boxes. Both totals were single-month records at the 94-year-old port. March imports were up 45% from the same month a year ago, the port said. March 2020 was when the port felt the initial impacts of the pandemic. Exports gained 12% year-over-year. The port said most of its trade was with Asia.
AST Partners with the Liberian Registry for Iridium GMDSS

AST Partners with the Liberian Registry for Iridium GMDSS

an hour ago
Maritime satellite communications solutions provider Applied Satellite Technology (AST) is partnering with The Liberian Registry as the first authorized service provider of the Iridium Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) for Liberian flagged vessels.As a Safety Of Life At Sea (SOLAS) convention recognized system, the Iridium GMDSS maritime emergency and distress service helps keep mariners safe in emergency situations at sea, prevent accidents via receipt of Maritime Safety Information (MSI) and can quickly alert rescue authorities and nearby vessels in the event of an emergency.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (April 2021)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (April 2021)
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