Monday, November 29, 1999 Maritime News

SS&Y Atlantic Capesize Index Climbs 226 Points

Nov 29, 1999

Shipbrokers Simpson, Spence and Young's Atlantic Capesize Index rose 226 points to 4,367 in the week ending Nov. 22. "Gains of between five and 40 cents on many routes lifted the index this week,

SS&Y Pacific Capesize Index Down 12 Points

Nov 29, 1999

Shipbrokers Simpson, Spence and Young's Pacific Capesize Index was down 12 points to 4,282 in the week ending Nov. 22. "Short-term prospects remain good as the

Gulf Of Mexico Rig Count Increases

Nov 29, 1999

The U.S. Gulf of Mexico offshore rig count continues to rebound, according to Offshore Data Services' weekly mobile offshore rig count. This week, 149 of the

New Workboat Management System Introduced

Nov 29, 1999

A system touted as the first fully integrated workboat management system - dubbed GlobeOffshore - will be unveiled by Globe Wireless at the International Workboat Show in New Orleans, to be held Dec.

Panama Canal Y2K Plans Are Progressing Full Steam Ahead

Nov 29, 1999

Plans to safeguard Panama Canal operations from Y2K-related disruption are highly advanced, the waterway's administration said last week. The Panama Canal Commission

Suezmax Market To Be Hit Hardest By Iraqi Export Suspension

Nov 29, 1999

Depressed tanker markets will be hit hard by Iraq's decision to suspend crude oil exports for up to two weeks, tanker brokers said. Suezmax tanker rates in the

Oil Prices At Nine-Year High As Iraq Suspends Exports

Nov 29, 1999

Oil prices rocketed to a new nine-year high Nov. 22 after Iraq suspended oil exports under its humanitarian exchange program with the United Nations. London January Brent futures opened at $25.

Hyundai Heavy Foreign Ship Orders At $440M

Nov 29, 1999

Hyundai Heavy Foreign Ship Orders At $440M South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. won $440 million in foreign shipbuilding orders for 11 vessels so far this month.

Standard & Poor's Puts Stena Line On Credit Watch

Nov 29, 1999

Standard & Poor's placed its single-'B'-plus long-term corporate credit ratings, and its single-'B' senior unsecured debt ratings on Stena Line AB on CreditWatch with negative implications.

Handy Rally Ends Before It Gets Started

Nov 29, 1999

A brief pre-millennium recovery in the long-depressed Handy size bulk shipping markets appears to have been snuffed out before it got going, brokers said. A rush

'Great Satan' Blamed for Iran's Y2K Woes

Nov 29, 1999

Although its more than 622 years away by their count, Iranians must deal with millennium issues in about 32 days. Iran's 20-year-old breach with the United States

Another Fantasy Island? Floating Metropolis Plans Move Ahead

Nov 29, 1999

A massive $8.5 billion luxury floating metropolis, the biggest boat in history, is reportedly on the verge of being built in the poverty-stricken Central American nation of Honduras.

Trailblazing Through Ice: Russia Optimistic About 'Short Cut' Sea Route

Nov 29, 1999

Russia expressed optimism about plans for a short-cut Arctic sea route between Europe and the Pacific Ocean despite skepticism from the Russian military and some foreign shipowners.

The Eagle Has Flown: Royal Caribbean's Voyager Of The Seas Raises The Bar For The Cruise Industry

Nov 29, 1999

The Eagle Has Flown: Royal Caribbean's Voyager Of The Seas Raises The Bar For The Cruise Industry Slipping out through the Finnish archipelago on a Sunday morning at the end of October,

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