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Retro 'Americas Cup' Regatta Sponsored by Lewmar

Photo credit Lewmar

Four  J-Class yachts will take to the start line in a forthcoming Falmouth Bay, UK, regatta, sponsored by marine equipment suppliers Lewmar All four participants have chosen Lewmar equipment to achieve the combination of elegant styling, cutting-edge materials technology and  performance demanded by these classic yachts. Velsheda (JK7) – The only original J-Class on the start line, was designed by Charles Nicholson and built by Camper & Nicholson in 1933.Today she is fitted with Lewmar winches as well as Lewmar steering and docking systems. Ranger (J5), referred to as the 'Super J' following her defence of the America's Cup against Endeavour ll, has Lewmar hardware, hydraulic winches and thrusters, along with a Lewmar anchoring system and Navtec hydraulic cylinders on board. Rainbow (JH2)- Based on the original winner of the 1934 America’s Cup and developed by Dykstra, she is fitted with Lewmar winches and hardware, together with a Lewmar anchoring system and Navtec hydraulic cylinders. Lionheart (H1) – Designed by Hoek Design in the Netherlands, she is fitted with a Lewmar thruster docking system.  


New Corpus Christi Oil Loading Dock Sees First Tankship

Tankship: Photo courtesy David Hawgood

NuStar Energy says it has completed construction of a private marine loading dock at its North Beach Terminal in Corpus Christi, Texas, and has its first ship at the dock to be loaded with crude oil. Originally scheduled to be completed in the second quarter of this year, NuStar expedited the project in order to meet strong customer interest in using the dock to transport shipments of Eagle Ford crude oil by water.


This Day in Naval History - June 05

1794 - First officers of the U.S. Navy under the Constitution are appointed. The first six captains appointed to superintend the construction of new ships were John Barry, Samuel Nicholson, Silas Talbot, Joshua Barney, Richard Dale, and Thomas Truxtun. 1917 - First military unit sent to France, First Naval Aeronautical Detachment, reaches aboard USS Jupiter (AC 3). 1945 - Typhoon off damages many U.S. Navy ships.


China Homeport for RCI Cruise Ship

Mariner of the Seas: Image courtesy of Royal Caribbean International

The largest cruise liner in Asia, 'Mariner of the Seas' docks in new homeport, the Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal in Baoshan District, Shangai. After two months of renovation costing US$20 million, the Mariner of the Seas sailed in April from the United States to Shanghai., informs Shanghai Daily. From June to October, Mariner of the Seas and other cruise ships will  set sail from Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal, with South Korea as the main destination.


Glimpses of AIS Trends in the PortVision 2014 Crystal Ball

AIS Display: Image Wiki CCL

Houston, Texas-based PortVision, a leading provider of business intelligence solutions for the maritime industry, shares its projections for the top vessel-tracking trends that it believes will have the greatest impact on the maritime industry during 2014. They identify the following trends to watch: Trend #1: Improving real-time visibility and decision-making.  Advances in AIS-based vessel-tracking tools and technology that move the industry beyond simple “points on a map” to on-demand


Rail Deal to Boost New Orleans Container Flow

Work continues on the $25.1 million Mississippi River Intermodal Terminal, which will feature electric-powered rubber tire gantry cranes for more efficient loading and unloading of containers. The terminal, scheduled to be completed in the first quarter of 2016, will be a modern and efficient intermodal container transfer facility located within the Napoleon Avenue Container Terminal. (Photo: Port of New Orleans)

CN Railway expands Gulf gateway focus in signing supply chain agreement with Port of New Orleans   The Port of New Orleans and CN signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that will see the parties develop greater supply chain efficiencies aimed at drawing more container traffic through the Port to North American markets.   “We and our Port of New Orleans gateway partners have a mutual interest in ensuring the competitive and efficient movement of container goods through


Canada Funds Green Port Project in Prince Rupert

The Honourable Stockwell Day, President of the Treasury Board and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, today announced that the Government of Canada will invest $2.5m in the Prince Rupert Port Authority’s (PRPA’s) Fairview Terminal project to provide shore power capacity to container ships through an electric cable management system. Prince Rupert will be the first Canadian port to offer shore power for container ships.


Sea Star Line Announces Rate Increases

Sea Star Line announced that it is implementing a general rate increase, effective April 1, 2012. The general rate increase of 3.5 percent  increase will be administered on shipments between U.S. ports and Puerto Rico. Sea Star Line cited escalating operational costs as the main driver for the increase. “Sea Star Line remains committed to the Puerto Rico trade and needs to implement rate increases and other activities to help to ensure continued profitability


Singapore's Second Cruise Terminal Set to Welcome First Ship

Voyager of the Seas: Photo credit Wiki CCL

Later this month Singapore's new cruise ship passenger terminal will see its first ship arrive The 28,000-square-meter terminal, which was built at a cost of 500 million Singapore dollars (400 million U.S. dollars) and operated by the SATS-Creuers Cruise Services, will effectively double Singapore's berth capacity. The terminal has the capability to dock ships of up to 220,000 gross register tonnage (GRT) and measuring up to 360 meters in length with a hull draft of up to 11.5 meters


Cargotec's Kalmar Wins Order for Melbourne's Container Terminal

 Melbournes Container Terminal

  Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has won a significant contract to deliver container handling equipment and related automation technology worth of more than EUR 40 million to Port of Melbourne's new container terminal, operated by Victoria International Container Terminal Ltd (VICTL). The order includes 12 automated stacking cranes and 11 automated shuttle carriers and they will be delivered during 2016.   Kalmar's partnership with VICTL


APM Terminals Pipavav Receives Maiden RoRo Vessel

APM Termianl Pipavav (Image: AMP)

APM Terminals Pipavav (Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd), one of western India’s gateway ports,  announced having hosted the maiden call by leading RORO operator Höegh Autoliners vessel – m.v. HOEGH ANTWERP at Pipavav Port.  


Crowley Celebrates Seven Million Man Hours Without LTI

Photo courtesy of Crowley

Crowley Maritime Corporation’s tanker escort and docking services group in Valdez is celebrating over seven million man hours and more than six years since logging its last Lost Time Injury (LTI).    In addition to this remarkable number


UAE Plans Floating LNG Import Terminal

File Image: an STS LNG Transfer in progress (image: Excelerate)

State-owned Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (ADNOC) plans to start a new liquefied natural gas floating import terminal (FSRU) in the second half of this year, three LNG industry sources said. The floating import terminal is being supplied by U.S


Crowley Christens 2nd LNG-ready Product Tanker

Photo: Crowley

Crowley christens second of four newly built, LNG-ready product tankers for use in U.S. coastwise trade   Crowley Maritime Corp. has christened the second of four new Jones Act product tankers yesterday at the South Florida Petroleum Terminal (The Public Dock) in Fort Lauderdale, Fla


GPA Hits Record Volume Growth of 11.7%

The Port of Savannah will add eight new ship-to-shore cranes by 2018, for a total of 30. (GPA photo  Stephen B. Morton)

The Georgia Ports Authority achieved record container volumes in 2015, Executive Director Curtis Foltz reported to the GPA board Monday.   Over the last calendar year, the Port of Savannah moved an all-time high 3.73 million twenty-foot equivalent container units, an increase of 391,356 TEUs


Damen Takes on Six Viking River Cruises Vessel Jobs

Viking River Cruises (2).jpg

Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam (DSAm) reports that it is currently working on a modification and maintenance contract for six inland cruise vessels owned by Viking River Cruises. With this winter service complete, all six vessels – known as longships – will be ready for the coming river


COSCO Eyes Port of Limassol in Cyprus

Image: Limassol Port

 After acquiring control of Greece's Piraeus Port Authority SA, China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company (COSCO), is now bidding to run the port of Limassol on the island of Cyprus, in a bid to extend its reach in the Mediterranean Sea.  


APM Terminals Pipavav Project Profit

APM Terminals Pipavav (Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd) is part of an international network operated by APM Terminals BV

APM Terminals Pipavav (Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd) Oct-Dec 15 Net Profit at INR 533 million and Income from Operations at INR 1,521 million   January 28, 2016: APM Terminals Pipavav (Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd), operating one of western India’s gateway ports


New York Area Ports Shut Down after Dock Workers Walk Out

Photo: Maher Terminals

New York and New Jersey's cargo terminals shut down on Friday after more than a thousand longshoremen walked off the job, shuttering one of the country's busiest port networks.   The employees stopped working around 11 a.m. (1600 GMT)


Mexico's ICA to Resolve Conflict with APM Terminals

Photo Courtesy of ICA

Mexican construction company ICA said on Friday it was seeking to resolve a conflict over a canceled port terminal contract with APM Terminals, part of Denmark's A.P. Moller-Maersk. The contract covered the first phase of construction at a container terminal at the Pacific coast post of Lazaro


New Passenger Boarding Bridges for Port Canaveral

Port Canaveral (Image: Canaveral Port Authority)

ADELTE, a provider of Seaport Passenger Boarding Bridges (SPBBs) and Global Services to cruise and ferry terminals, has been awarded two contracts by the Canaveral Port Authority to design, manufacture and install four custom-made HYDRA models SPBBs at Cruise Terminals 5 and 10.  


Management Appointments at Modern Terminals

Keith Saunders

Modern Terminals Limited (MTL), Hong Kong’s longest established container terminal operator, today announced the appointment of Mr. Keith Saunders as its new Managing Director – Hong Kong, effective from 1st February 2016. Mr. Saunders will lead Modern Terminals’ Brand


New Grain Terminal in Brazilian Amazon to Start Exports in July

Logistics firm Hidrovias do Brasil plans to start exporting grains from a new terminal with up to 6.5 million tonnes annual capacity in the Brazilian Amazon in July, serving international grain merchants, CEO Bruno Serapião said.  


Kalmar to Deliver Straddle Carriers for Maher's NJ Terminal

Straddle carriers for Maher Terminals Photo Cargotec

Kalmar has received a large order for  27 straddle carriers from its long-term customer Maher Terminals LLC in Elizabeth, NJ.   The order has been booked into Cargotec's 2015 third quarter order intake and deliveries are expected to be completed during the spring 2016


APM Terminals Mumbai Introduces Solar Power

APM Terminals Mumbai solar panels Photo APM

On February 1st APM Terminals Senior Vice President Peder Sondergaard officially inaugurated a new solar power initiative at APM Terminals Mumbai, the busiest container terminal at Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNP), at the Port of Mumbai, serving India’s commercial and financial hub.  






 
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