Thursday, August 03, 2000 Maritime News

Canadian Warships Try to Send Message to U.S. Firm

Aug 03, 2000

Two Canadian warships have pulled alongside a transport ship carrying hundreds of Canadian army vehicles home from Kosovo to send a message to its U.S. owners to

China Oil Giant To Double Overseas Output

Aug 03, 2000

China's state oil giant China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC) is expected to more than double its overseas oil output to around 120,000 barrels per day (bpd) this year,

Royal Caribbean Issues Statement Regarding Millennium

Aug 03, 2000

Celebrity Cruises has been working in cooperation with Chantiers de l'Atlantique, the builder of its newest ship, Millennium, to evaluate the ship's performance.

Legal Matters Top Ship Repair And Conversion Agenda

Aug 03, 2000

London's Grand Olympia Hall will be the setting for this year's Shiprepair & Conversion 2000 exhibition and conference from November 15-16. Topics of discussion

Ruggedized Panasonic Notebooks Fit For Maritime Use

Aug 03, 2000

The advent of increasingly advanced technology used onboard boats, rigs and ships, and the computers and software designed to make them work, has resulted in the

Welcome The Little Black Box

Aug 03, 2000

There is a groundswell of commitment for mandating the installation of "black boxes" aboard ships, so that in the in the unlikely case of a disaster, history will not repeat itself.

Cruise & Ferry Report

Aug 03, 2000

The latest catamaran to pierce the waves from Incat Tasmania is Milenium, which was delivered to Transmediterranea for operation in the Mediterranean. Launched

Passenger Vessels With Pedigrees

Aug 03, 2000

Italian prowess in the field of passenger vessel design, outfitting and technology is near legendary status in the international marine community. Even as the grip on these high-value,

USCG "Paint Floats" Make Arduous Task Easier, More Environmentally Sound

Aug 03, 2000

The U.S. Coast Guard uses four small steel barges specifically engineered to provide a safe working platform and reduction in pollutants from painting operations

Shipbuilding in a Box?

Aug 03, 2000

In June 1998, Kvaerner Masa Marine signed a contract with NICO International of Dubai, U.A.E. to develop a 120 ton anchor handling supply vessel. This project was

Construction Commences On Milestone Cruise Vessel

Aug 03, 2000

Litton Ingalls kicked off the construction process of the first cruise ship to be built in the U.S. in 40 years, with a pre-July 4th ceremony at the yard's Pascagoula, Miss.

OpSail 2000: Parade Of Tall Ships Graces New York’s Waters

Aug 03, 2000

Founded in 1961 by President John F. Kennedy, Operation Sail (OpSail) has since found its way back to New York Harbor for significant events such as the Bicentennial

U.S. Vessel Loan Guarantees: Myths And Realities

Aug 03, 2000

In September 1993, as the Secretaries of Defense and Transportation announced a new commercial shipbuilding initiative, the President declared that "[s]hipbuilding

'Waterfront Academy' To Teach Students About Shipbuilding

Aug 03, 2000

National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO) and the Sweetwater Union High School District announced the creation of a "Waterfront Academy" that will train

Repair Market Gains Muscle

Aug 03, 2000

Shipyards around the world are facing increasingly stringent environmental rules and regulations, adding additional expense to a business sector with an already reputed thin bottom line.

ShipDesk Strives To Carve A Niche

Aug 03, 2000

Phenomenal is perhaps the only word adequately to describe the rampage of new, integrated e-commerce solutions that have recently swamped the maritime industry.

Behemoth in the Offing?

Aug 03, 2000

Attuned to the liner shipping industry's unerring drive for economies of scale, classification society Lloyd's Register (LR) has developed a conceptual design of container vessel incorporating a 12,

Editor’s Note

Aug 03, 2000

This month’s edition amply displays how two of the maritime market’s driving forces — technology and legislation — simultaneously clash, meld and otherwise work together and apart to dictate the look,

Litton Marine Systems Introduces Vessel Traffic System

Aug 03, 2000

Litton Marine Systems has launched a new IMO-compliant vessel traffic system (VTS) for locks, bridges, ports and coastal waters. The company's new VTS-Master-W

Norwegian Hydrographic Joins With C-Map

Aug 03, 2000

The Norwegian Hydrographic Service has signed a contract with C-Map Norway for electronic navigational charts (ENC) and production of paper nautical charts. This long-term plan,

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