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ARTUS

Fishing | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

BOURBON BORGSTEIN

Supply Vessel Anchor Hand.Fire Fight | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

BOURBON CALM

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

BOURBON CLEAR

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

BOURBON FRONT

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

BOURBON MISTRAL

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

BOURBON MONSOON

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

BOURBON ORCA

Supply Vessel/Tug | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

BOURBON PEARL

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

BOURBON RAINBOW

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

BOURBON SAPPHIRE

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

BOURBON SURF

Supply Vessel Anchor Hand.Fire Fight | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

BOURBON TOPAZ

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

CHRISTINA E

Fishing | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

EROS

Fishing | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

FS STORMY

Live Fish Carrier | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

GOLLENES

Fishing | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

HAVILA BORG

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

HAVILA CHARISMA

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

HAVILA CLIPPER

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: FOSNAVÅG

Maritime News

Israel Widens Search for Oil Spill Culprit After Ruling Out Ship in Greece

Israel Widens Search for Oil Spill Culprit After Ruling Out Ship in Greece

4 hours ago
Israel on Sunday broadened its search for the ship behind an oil spill that blackened its beaches with tar after investigators ruled out one of the suspected tankers.An Israeli team, in coordination with Greek authorities, carried out a surprise inspection of the Minerva Helen while it was docked at Athens’ Piraeus port. The ship is no longer suspected of being responsible for the spill, said Israel’s Ministry of Environmental Protection.Minerva Helen’s operator had denied any connection to the oil spill.Israel’s investigation has focused on an unidentified ship that passed about 50 kilometers off the coast on Feb.
Marine News' US Offshore Wind Issue Is Now Live

Marine News' US Offshore Wind Issue Is Now Live

2 hours ago
Marine News will publish three online only e-magazine editions in 2021, starting with the recently launched February issue available online now. This edition dives into the burgeoning U.S. offshore wind industry, which is destined to be a real driver for America's maritime, offshore, subsea, ports and logistics businesses and beyond for decades to come.Read the e-magazine online here.
Callan Marine Hires Harner as COO

Callan Marine Hires Harner as COO

3 hours ago
Galveston, Texas-based dredging contractor Callan Marine said it has hired Greg L. Harner as its new chief operating officer.A 36-year veteran of the construction and maritime industry, Harner brings experience in infrastructure development for deep-water seaports, port security, resort developments, marine terminals, cruise terminal facilities and commercial building projects within the U.S. and Caribbean.Maxie McGuire, President of Callan Marine, said, “I have known Greg for more than 20 years, having worked together as young project managers, and knew when we launched our latest growth initiative that I wanted him on the team.
Satellite Data Company Spire to Go Public in Latest SPAC Space Deal

Satellite Data Company Spire to Go Public in Latest SPAC Space Deal

3 hours ago
Satellite data company Spire Global Inc said on Monday it has agreed to go public through a merger with blank-check acquisition firm NavSight Holdings Inc at a $1.6 billion valuation.It is the latest example of a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) merging with a company in the space industry, following deals for the likes of space tourism company Virgin Galactic and rocket startup Astra.Spire said it expects the deal will provide it with up to $475 million in proceeds. NavSight is providing $230 million of this, with the rest coming from a private investment in public equity (PIPE) transaction.
All at Sea – Charity Helps Children Stay Learning on Remote Islets

All at Sea – Charity Helps Children Stay Learning on Remote Islets

3 hours ago
It’s home learning, but not as we know it. As children in the UK wave goodbye to home school this World Book Day (March 4), hundreds of pupils in the Philippines are still getting their schoolwork delivered to them – by boat.Schools in the Philippines have been closed and children have been told to stay at home since early 2020 as the islands wait for vaccine rollouts. But unlike children in the UK, the lack of internet provision has meant many pupils haven’t been able to access remote learning from home.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (February 2021)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (February 2021)
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