Harley Marine N.Y. Receives EPA Award
Harley Marine NY, a subsidiary company of Harley Marine Services has been selected to receive a 2010 U.S. Environmental Quality Award from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Approval of Cape Wind Energy Project
On April 28, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar approved the Cape Wind renewable energy project on federal submerged lands in Nantucket Sound, but will require…
General Maritime Q1 2010 Results
General Maritime Corporation (NYSE:GMR) reported its financial results for the three months ended March 31, 2010. The company recorded a net loss of $9.1 million…
Greek Maritime Officer Acquitted in Pollution Trial
A jury in Houston federal court cleared Greek maritime officer Ioannis Mylonakis of charges that he engineered the dumping of oil tanker waste off of the Texas coast in early 2009…
Superior Energy Services Q1 2010 Results
Superior Energy Services, Inc. (NYSE:SPN) announced net income of $21.5 million and diluted earnings per share of $0.27 on revenue of $364.5 million for the first quarter of 2010…
PortVision Introduces TerminalSmart
PortVision, provider of business intelligence solutions for the maritime industry, announced its web-based service platform integrating vessel tracking, management and analysis in a single…
ONR Continues ACCeSS Research Funding
The Atlantic Center for the Innovative Design and Control of Small Ships (ACCeSS) at Stevens Institute of Technology announced major funding for the next five years…
Great Lakes Shipyard Reconstructs Put-In-Bay
Great Lakes Shipyard, a division of The Great Lakes Group, has completed all work required under contract with Miller Boat Line, Put-in-Bay, Ohio, to fabricate and install a new 40-ft mid-body extension in the passenger/vehicle ferry Put-in-Bay. The contract was awarded on August 17, 2009, and all work was completed at Great Lakes Shipyard facilities on the South Bank of the Old River Channel, on Cleveland's Cuyahoga River.
This Day in Coast Guard History – April 29
1909- Burnt Island, Maine: The schooner Regina stranded five miles north of the station. The Life-Saving crew, in a small power boat, arrived at the same time as the tug Bismarck.
This Day in Naval History – April 29
1898 - U.S.