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GEOWAVE VOYAGER

Seismographic Research Ship | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

OCEAN PEARL

Seismographic Research Ship | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

OCEANIC CHALLENGER

Seismographic Research Ship | Flag: France | Port: MARSEILLE

PGS APOLLO

Seismographic Research Ship | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

POLAR DUCHESS

Seismographic Research Ship | Flag: Cyprus | Port: LIMASSOL

POLAR DUKE

Seismographic Research Ship | Flag: Cyprus | Port: LIMASSOL

POLARCUS ADIRA

Seismographic Research Ship | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

POLARCUS ALIMA

Seismographic Research Ship | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

POLARCUS AMANI

Seismographic Research Ship | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

POLARCUS ASIMA

Seismographic Research Ship | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

VERITAS VIKING

Seismographic Research Ship | Flag: Norway | Port: HAUGESUND

VIKING II

Seismographic Research Ship | Flag: Norway | Port: HAUGESUND

Maritime News

C&C Building Towboat Trio for Hines Furlong

C&C Building Towboat Trio for Hines Furlong

8 hours ago
Hines Furlong Line currently has a trio of identical 6,000-horsepower towboats on order at C&C Marine and Repair in Belle Chasse, La.The timing is right to order the high-power newbuilds, said Kent Furlong, president and founder of Hines Furlong Line (HFL), citing the long-term implications of Subchapter M and the industry’s aging higher horsepower line haul fleet as key drivers behind the decision. “Many of the high-horsepower vessels in the HFL fleet are among the oldest,” he said. “And many of the 6,000-horsepower vessels on the market are decades old, and not many have been ordered in the last 30 years.
Livestock Carrier Queen Hind Refloated

Livestock Carrier Queen Hind Refloated

yesterday
Operations to raise a livestock carrier that capsized in the Black sea off Romania in November came to a close on Tuesday night, said local marine services firm Gruup Servici Petoliere (GSP).The Palau-registered Queen Hind flipped onto its side shortly after leaving Romania's Midia port en route to Saudi Arabia at the end of November 2019. Its entire crew, most of them Syrians, were rescued. Only 180 of the estimated 14,000 sheep on board survived.The Queen Hind is now docked and normal operations have resumed in Midia Harbor following a "tireless human and technical effort" to refloat the vessel, said Gabriel Comănescu, GSP president and CEO.
Fourth Diamond Princess Passenger Dies from Coronavirus

Fourth Diamond Princess Passenger Dies from Coronavirus

2 days ago
A fourth passenger from the cruise ship Diamond Princess moored in Japan has died from the coronavirus, NHK public television said on Tuesday. The passenger was in their 80s, NHK said.Japan has come under fire for its handling of the situation on the cruise ship, which is operated by Carnival Corp (CCL.N) and where hundreds became infected. The number of patients is rising around Japan, with the government set to announce a set of measures to combat it later on Tuesday.Reporting by Elaine Lies; Editing by Muralikumar
MarTID 2020: Time is Running Out

MarTID 2020: Time is Running Out

2 days ago
The third annual global Maritime Training Insights Database (MarTID) survey is open through February 29, 2020.Make sure your voice is heard. Take the MarTID 2020 survey today:Vessel operator survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2020MarTIDOperatorMETI survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2020MarTIDMETISeafarer survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2020MarTIDSeafarerMarTID is a non-commercial, joint initiative of the World Maritime University, Marine Learning Systems and New Wave Media, launched in 2018 with the completion of the inaugural survey and publication of the 2018 Training Practices Report, which can be found, along with the 2019 report, at www.MarTID.org.
Marine News' 2020 ATB Report

Marine News' 2020 ATB Report

2 days ago
There’s a barge full of reasons why many operators turn to ATBs.A  mainstay of the U.S. coastwise dirty and refined products trades, articulated tug barges (ATB) have increasingly filled a void left as the fleet of Jones Act tankers (with crew complement requirements exceeding that of tugs) has aged out. With the cargo capacity of the larger ATBs – some with barges exceeding 300,000 barrels capacity – rivalling that of workhorse tankers that had served oil consuming regions, the concept certainly makes sense from a supply and distribution perspective.With 50,000- to 150,000-barrel-capacity ATBs now widespread, the units have also gained share as substitutes for towed barges.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (February 2020)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (February 2020)
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