MAERSK BARRY

Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Tanker for Chemicals & Oil Products 2006-03-03 Denmark DIS KØBENHAVN
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
9299458 D4054 OYJE2
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
175.2 0 19758 8020 29040

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Eneti to Acquire Seajacks

Eneti to Acquire Seajacks

12 hours ago
Offshore wind services company Eneti announced on Thursday it has entered into an agreement to acquire rival Seajacks, creating one of the world's largest, most capable fleets of wind turbine installation vessels (WTIV).Eneti said its deal with sellers Marubeni Corporation, INCJ, Ltd. and Mitsui O.S.K., Lines Ltd. will see it acquire 100% of Atlantis Investorco Limited, the parent of Seajacks International Limited, for consideration of approximately 8.13 million shares, $299 million of assumed net debt, $74 million of newly-issued redeemable notes, and $12 million of cash. The transaction is expected to close by mid-August.Founded in 2006, Great Yarmouth, U.K.
Apply Now for the MN100. Time is Running Out

Apply Now for the MN100. Time is Running Out

9 hours ago
Time is running out to apply for this Marine News’ 2021 MN100 awards edition!Each year, Marine News magazine profiles 100 of the top firms in brown water, workboat space.Here's your chance to tell Marine News why your company is one of the best in the business. The selected 100 companies will be featured in the October edition of the largest BPA-audited b-to-b publication in this genre. OEMs, service providers, shipyards, operators and the full gamut of marine-related businesses are eligible. But, only those who apply will be considered for inclusion.Is your firm one of the best in your niche? Click here to get started. The deadline to apply is August 10, 2021.
Halter Marine Wins Deal to Build US Navy Oceanographic Survey Ship

Halter Marine Wins Deal to Build US Navy Oceanographic Survey Ship

13 hours ago
Pascagoula, Miss. shipbuilder Halter Marine announced on Thursday it has been awarded a $149 million contract for the detail design and construction of an oceanographic survey ship (T-AGS 67) for the U.S. Navy.“This contract continues the momentum and growth of Halter Marine by adding a third government program to its shipyard along with the Polar Security Cutter and Auxiliary Personnel Lighter-Small programs. With this contract award, Halter Marine will add approximately 250 highly skilled jobs allowing for the continued development and expansion of our workforce,” said Bob Merchent, President & CEO of Halter Marine, a company of ST Engineering North America.
UN Security Council to Discuss Deadly Tanker Attack

UN Security Council to Discuss Deadly Tanker Attack

13 hours ago
Britain will raise a deadly tanker attack off the coast of Oman during a closed-door United Nations Security Council meeting on Friday, diplomats said, but the 15-member body is not expected to take any action.Britain told the Security Council on Tuesday it was "highly likely" that Iran used one or more drones to carry out the tanker attack last week, which killed two crew members - a Briton and a Romanian."There's a lot of conflicting information. A 'highly likely' analysis, which we totally reject. We need to establish facts ... we don't need to rush to any conclusions or actions without having proof of what has happened," deputy Russian U.N.
Enel, Fincantieri to Study Use of Green Hydrogen in Ports & Shipping

Enel, Fincantieri to Study Use of Green Hydrogen in Ports & Shipping

13 hours ago
Europe's biggest utility Enel has agreed to work with Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri to find ways to use green hydrogen in ports and long-range sea transport."The two companies intend to exploit their expertise and know-how in their respective sectors to identify possible sustainable and innovative solutions," they said in a statement on Thursday.Fincantieri and Enel Green Power Italia will in particular study the supply of green hydrogen to naval, submarine and surface vessels and industrial users in port areas and look into storage systems.Enel’s Eugenio Montale power plant in the town of La Spezia in Italy's Liguria region will be used as an initial test site, they added.