Maritime Vessels Directory

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General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Gibraltar | Port: GIBRALTAR


General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: SAINT JOHN'S


Tanker for Oil | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA


Supply Vessel | Flag: India | Port: MUMBAI


Vehicle Carrier | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA


Tanker for Oil | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA


Tanker for Oil | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA


Bulk Carrier | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA


Container Ship | Flag: Marshall Islands | Port: MAJURO


Bulk Carrier | Flag: Indonesia | Port: Jakarta


Stern Trawler | Flag: Faroe Islands | Port: FUGLAFJORDUR


Self-elevating Unit | Flag: United Arab Emirates | Port: ABU DHABI


Liquefied Gas Carrier (LNG) | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA


Tanker for Oil | Flag: Saudi Arabia | Port: DAMMAM


Oil Production and Storage Unit | Flag: Unknown


Tanker for Oil | Flag: Marshall Islands | Port: MAJURO


Car Ferry | Flag: Uruguay | Port: MONTEVIDEO


Car Ferry/Catamaran | Flag: Spain | Port: SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE


Tug | Flag: Ireland | Port: CORK


Tanker for Oil and Chemicals | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

Maritime News

CSL to Build Marine Ambulance Boats

CSL to Build Marine Ambulance Boats

4 hours ago
Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL), the largest shipbuilding and maintenance facility in India, announced the Keel Laying ceremony of Marine Ambulance boats being built for the Department of Fisheries, Government of Kerala.Mrs. J Mercykutty Amma,  Minister of Fisheries, Government of Kerala did the honours in a function held at CSL.The formal start of construction of the first of the series of three marine ambulance boats was carried out in the presence of senior officials from State Fisheries Department, BPCL and Indian Register of Shipping. The directors and employees of CSL were also present during the ceremony.
World First: Hydrogen Tug at Antwerp Port

World First: Hydrogen Tug at Antwerp Port

4 hours ago
Europe's second-largest seaport Port of Antwerp has ordered construction of a tug powered by hydrogen, the first in the world.The unique "Hydrotug" is driven by combustion engines that burn hydrogen in combination with diesel. The motors also comply with the very strictest standard, the EU Stage V, making them the lowest-rated for emissions on the market.The Belgium-based port operator said that this ultra-low-emission tug is being built by Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB), a pioneer in the field of hydrogen power for shipping. With this world first Antwerp is making an important step in the transition to a sustainable, CO2-neutral port.
Algoma Acquires Croatian-Built Vessel

Algoma Acquires Croatian-Built Vessel

2 days ago
Canadaian provider of marine transportation services Algoma Central Corporation has reached an agreement with 3Maj Brodogradiliste of Croatia under which Algoma will acquire a new Equinox Class 650’ self-unloading dry-bulk carrier upon completion of the vessel by the Shipyard.The vessel, the second of two such ships that were to be built by 3Maj for the Company, is partially built and moored at the 3Maj shipyard in Rijeka. Work on the vessel was halted in 2017 when the Shipyard entered an extended period of financial difficulties.Algoma took delivery of the Algoma Innovator, a sister ship and the first ship built under a two-vessel contract, near the beginning of the 2018 navigation season.
Ramelia Begins Maiden Voyage

Ramelia Begins Maiden Voyage

2 days ago
The LNG tanker Ramelia has been delivered to the chemical tankers in Northern Europe Rederi AB Älvtank, becoming the sixth of eight vessels ordered in the Gothia Tanker Alliance series.The vessels are built on a design where FKAB Marine design, in great cooperation with the owners Furetank, Älvtank and Thun Tankers and together with Avic Dingheng Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., have been involved from the first sketch all the way to Detail Design.This design is an ice class 1A environmental friendly tanker, equipped with batteries and dual fuel engines for LNG operation.It is of 16,300 DWT on design draught & 18,000 DWT on scantling draught.
US Fines HHI $47Mln Over Dirty Engines

US Fines HHI $47Mln Over Dirty Engines

2 days ago
US authorities announced that South Korea's top shipbuilding conglomerate Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) will pay a US$47 million fine for illegally importing and selling dirty diesel engines in violation of American environmental rules.US Justice Department and and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said that between 2012 and 2015, the company imported nearly 2,300 diesel-powered heavy construction vehicles with engines that did not meet US emissions standards.“Hyundai put profits above the public’s health and the requirements of the law,” Jeffrey Bossert Clark, head of the department’s environment and natural resources division, said in a statement.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (August 2019)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (August 2019)
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