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Oceanographic Research Ship | Flag: Greenland | Port: NUUK


Self-elevating Unit | Flag: Marshall Islands | Port: MAJURO


Support Vessel | Flag: Malaysia | Port: PORT KELANG


Crane Barge | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA


Tanker for Fish Ensilage | Flag: Norway | Port: BERGEN


Fishing | Flag: Norway | Port: HAUGESUND


Crane Barge | Flag: United States | Port: NEW ORLEANS, LA


Fishing Factory Stern Trawler | Flag: United States | Port: SEATTLE, WA


Fishing | Flag: Iceland | Port: GRINDAVIK


Patrol Vessel | Flag: St Vincent and The Grenadines | Port: Kingstown


Hydrographic Research Ship | Flag: Canada | Port: OTTAWA, ON


Tanker for Oil Products | Flag: Norway | Port: ÅLESUND

Maritime News

Interview: Ed Grimm, CEO, Southern Towing Company

Interview: Ed Grimm, CEO, Southern Towing Company

16 hours ago
“In God we trust. All others must have data.”When Ed Grimm took the helm of Southern Towing Company (STC)as President and CEO, he inherited an enviable team of leaders, engineers, mentors, communicators and analysts. Today STC is a clear leader on the inland waterways, pioneering and proving the business and safety value of Z-Drives on the river towboats.How did you come to the top spot at Southern Towing Company?I started in the energy industry at 16 working at an oil storage depot in New York Harbor, working there through high school and putting myself through college.
Pirates Kidnap 19 Crew from Tanker off Nigeria

Pirates Kidnap 19 Crew from Tanker off Nigeria

17 hours ago
Pirates have kidnapped 19 crew members from a crude oil tanker off Nigeria in an area where acts of piracy are on the rise, an official with the ship's operator said on Thursday.The loaded vessel, the Nave Constellation, was attacked 77 nautical miles off Bonny Island on Tuesday and 18 Indians and one Turk from the crew were seized, the official said.Seven other crew members remain on board the vessel. Neither the vessel nor the cargo were damaged, the official said.The shipping industry has warned in recent months about the increasing dangers faced by seafarers sailing through the Gulf of Guinean, particularly around Nigeria, including kidnappings by pirate gangs.
SBM Orders Two More Fast4Ward Hulls

SBM Orders Two More Fast4Ward Hulls

17 hours ago
SBM Offshore announced it has signed contracts with Chinese shipyards for the construction of the company’s fourth and fifth hulls under its purchase program for Fast4Ward newbuild multipurpose floating production, storage and offloading unit (FPSO) hulls.The contracts were signed with Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding and Offshore Co., Ltd. (SWS) and China Merchants Industry Holdings (CMIH). Both yards are also progressing the construction of SBM Offshore’s first three hulls which are already allocated to projects in Guyana and Brazil.
Industry Project to Design Ammonia-Fuelled 23k ULCS Concept

Industry Project to Design Ammonia-Fuelled 23k ULCS Concept

2 days ago
LR collaborates with DSIC and MAN Energy Solutions for first ammonia-fuelled ULCS in China.Lloyd’s Register (LR) has granted Approval in Principle to Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Co. (DSIC) and MAN Energy Solutions for an ammonia-fuelled 23,000 TEU Ultra-Large Container Ship (ULCS) concept design, the first ammonia as fuel design of its kind in China.LR facilitated hazard identification (HAZID) workshops to determine potential hazards throughout the design phase, covering areas limited to the ammonia-fuelled engine and the external piping systems.
AWT, Blount, Chartwell Sign Offshore Vessel Deal

AWT, Blount, Chartwell Sign Offshore Vessel Deal

2 days ago
U.S. offshore wind farm support company Atlantic Wind Transfers (AWT) has signed a multi-million-dollar, market-first order for two state-of the-art Chartwell 24 Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs), developed by Chartwell Marine.The vessels, to be deployed in support of new wind farms off the East Coast, will be built by Blount Boats, with delivery scheduled for 2020."Meeting the demands of U.S. offshore wind developers and asset owners - many of whom have a background in the European sector - requires domestic supply chain firms to capitalise on existing technology, lessons learnt and best practice, while responding to the unique requirements of operating in American waters
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (November 2019)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (November 2019)
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