Maritime Vessels Directory

1975 - 1977(x) (1-20 of 157) clear

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ABAN ABRAHAM

Ship-shaped Drilling Unit | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

ABO FPSO

Oil Production and Storage Unit | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

AMADEO I

Car Ferry | Flag: Chile | Port: VALPARAISO

AMERICAN DYNASTY

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

ARCHIMEDES

Column-stabilised Unit | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

ARCTIC FJORD

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

ARCTIC SUNRISE

Research Ship | Flag: Netherlands | Port: AMSTERDAM

ATLANTIC EAGLE

Supply Vessel | Flag: Norway | Port: BERGEN

ATLANTIC ESBJERG

Self-elevating Unit | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

ATLANTIC TERN

Supply Vessel/Tug | Flag: Canada | Port: ST. JOHN'S NL

BALDER

Tug | Flag: Norway | Port: BREVIK

BERGE HELENE

Oil Production and Storage Unit | Flag: Bermuda | Port: HAMILTON

BIDEFORD DOLPHIN

Column-stabilised Unit | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

BJÖRGULFUR

Stern Trawler | Flag: Iceland | Port: DALVIK

BOA CANOPUS

Diving Support Vessel | Flag: Mexico | Port: CIUDAD DEL CARMEN

BOA SIW

Tug | Flag: Norway | Port: TRONDHEIM

BORGHOLM DOLPHIN

Column-stabilised Unit | Flag: Bermuda | Port: BERMUDA

BORGLAND DOLPHIN

Column-stabilised Unit | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

BORGNY DOLPHIN

Column-stabilised Unit | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

BORGSTEN DOLPHIN

Column-stabilised Unit | Flag: Singapore | Port: SINGAPORE

Maritime News

Final Lifting Lug Installed on Golden Ray Wreck

Final Lifting Lug Installed on Golden Ray Wreck

6 hours ago
T&T Salvage installed the final lifting lug on the M/V Golden Ray, a roll-on, roll-off vessel that ran aground and overturned near the Port of Brunswick in Georgia in September.The 16 lugs welded to the frame of the Korean-owned car carrier will provide connection points for the 255-foot tall Versabar VB 10,0000 twin-gantry crane catamaran to fasten to in order to secure sections of the hull as they are cut from the wreck during the Golden Ray’s removal from St. Simons Sound.Weighing over 38 tons, the final lug was, like the others, individually designed and manufactured to fit a specific section of the hull in order to stabilize the ship for cutting and removal.
Chevron Oil Cargo Tangled in US' Venezuela Sanctions

Chevron Oil Cargo Tangled in US' Venezuela Sanctions

3 hours ago
Chevron Corp crude oil cargo has become embroiled in U.S. sanctions on shipping companies for violating restrictions on doing business with Venezuela, the company confirmed on Friday.Adamant Maritime Ltd, the owner of very large crude-oil carrier (VLCC) Seahero was sanctioned by the U.S. Department of Treasury on Tuesday for carrying a Venezuelan cargo in February. The vessel currently is heading to Asia after recently stopping in Trinidad and Tobago, according to vessel tracking data.The tanker on short term charter and "performing a voyage that is not related to Venezuela," Chevron spokesman Ray Fohr said.
CMA CGM Sees Shipping Bottoming Out in Q2

CMA CGM Sees Shipping Bottoming Out in Q2

3 hours ago
CMA CGM expects activity in the shipping sector to bottom out during the second quarter as countries emerge from coronavirus-related lockdowns and ship operators adjust capacity, the France-based group's finance chief said.The world's fourth-largest container shipping line had anticipated a 15% year-on-year drop in its volumes in the second quarter, after a 4.6% decline in the first quarter, Chief Financial Officer Michel Sirat said."I think that the second quarter will be the low point," he told Reuters by telephone. "The shipping industry is much more resilient than in the past.
China Pushing Sea Claims Under Cover of COVID-19 -US Commander

China Pushing Sea Claims Under Cover of COVID-19 -US Commander

4 hours ago
China is using the coronavirus as a cover to push territorial claims in the South China Sea through a surge in naval activity meant to intimidate other countries that claim the waters, the commander of U.S. Forces in Japan said on Friday.There has been a surge of activity by China in the South China Sea with navy ships, coast guard vessels and a naval militia of fishing boats in harassing vessels in waters claimed by Beijing, said Lieutenant General Kevin Schneider.“Through the course of the COVID crisis we saw a surge of maritime activity,” he told Reuters in a phone interview.
Canada Recommends Mariners Wear Face Coverings

Canada Recommends Mariners Wear Face Coverings

5 hours ago
Canada's Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced he is expanding the requirements for the use of face coverings by workers and others involved in the country's transportation industry to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.Transport Canada and the transportation industry had already implemented measures such as increased sanitization, health checks for passengers, and allowing passengers to remain in their vehicles on ferries. The new measures requiring face masks are aimed at points in the transportation system where workers must be in close proximity to co-workers and travelers, Transport Canada said.
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