Maritime Vessels Directory

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EDMY

General Cargo (2 or more decks) | Flag: Cook Islands | Port: AVATIU

FRI STAR

General Cargo (2 or more decks) | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

FRIFJORD

General Cargo (2 or more decks) | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

FROAN

General Cargo (2 or more decks) | Flag: St Vincent and The Grenadines | Port: Kingstown

GENERAL GERONIMO

General Cargo (2 or more decks) | Flag: Philippines | Port: MANILA

GENERAL RICARTE

General Cargo (2 or more decks) | Flag: Philippines | Port: MANILA

Maritime News

Damen Offering Coronavirus Disinfection for Ships

Damen Offering Coronavirus Disinfection for Ships

7 hours ago
Damen's global network of shipyards offer the full gamut of vessel repair, maintenance and conversion services required to help keep vessels operational, from harbor tugs to FPSOs. Seeking to extend its scope of work in a way that specifically meets current needs, the group has added a new service to the mix: coronavirus disinfection.Damen Shiprepair Harbour & Voyage (DSHV), the mobile ship repair squad of Damen Shiprepair & Conversion, has created and launched a 24/7 COVID-19 disinfection service for ships. While the service has been performed for the cruise sector, DSHV says it can be provided to any type of vessel alongside as well as during voyage, according to client requirements.
New Zealand's KiwiRail to Order RoPax Pair

New Zealand's KiwiRail to Order RoPax Pair

8 hours ago
New Zealand's state-owned KiwiRail has issued a request for proposal to find a preferred shipyard to build two new RoPax ferries for operator Interislander.The international tender follows a NZ$400 Million (US$256.1 million) contribution to the 2020 Budget that enables KiwiRail to procure two new modernized vessels for service between capitol Wellington on the North Island and Picton on the South Island. When entering into operation in 2024 and 2025, the new ferries will replace the existing fleet of three ships, and at that time it will be more than 25 years since New Zealand last introduced purpose-built ferries.
Port of Aarhus Orders New Tug from Uzmar

Port of Aarhus Orders New Tug from Uzmar

49 minutes ago
The Port of Aarhus and UZMAR Shipyard connected May 29 via video conference to finalize a contract for the construction of a new RAmparts 3000 series tugboat for delivery in summer 2021.Denmark's largest container port said it invested approximately 45 million DKK, or roughly $6.8 million, to acquire the newbuild, which will be far more eco-friendly, efficient and powerful than the vessel it will replace. The port cited strength, precision and environmental sustainability as key reasons behind its decision to replace the 40-year-old Hermes, which will be sold once its replacement arrives.
Indonesia Processing Requests for Deep-sea Mining Waste Disposal

Indonesia Processing Requests for Deep-sea Mining Waste Disposal

7 hours ago
Indonesian authorities are considering two companies’ requests to dispose mining waste into the ocean, a senior government official said on Sunday, at a time of heightened sensitivity about the environmental impact of mining.The requests come as mining waste management is increasingly scrutinized after a nickel plant in neighboring Papua New Guinea spilled red mud into the sea last year due to an operational failure.Indonesia was a major nickel ore exporter until last year, before the government stopped exports in January to support the development of domestic smelters.
ABB Offering Continuous Engine Performance Evaluation

ABB Offering Continuous Engine Performance Evaluation

8 hours ago
ABB Turbocharging has introduced a new digital offering aiming to enhance the insights delivered by its engine performance diagnostics software, ABB Ability Tekomar XPERT.The new ‘continuous evaluation’ function allows the software to use engine data gathered by edge computing services, adding a new dimension to Tekomar XPERT’s monitoring, reporting and advisory capabilities, ABB says.“Continuous evaluation allows for the cloud-to-cloud transfer of engine data from edge computing platforms to Tekomar XPERT,” says Pascal Reolon, Product Manager, ABB Turbocharging. “The result will be faster access to more engine data from which to draw even quicker insights to optimize engine performance.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (May 2020)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (May 2020)
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