Tuesday, June 05, 2001 Maritime News

10 Die In Tanker Blast

Jun 05, 2001

At least 10 Romanian workers were killed in an explosion on an empty oil tanker undergoing repair work in the Black Sea port of Constanta on Tuesday. "Ten blackened

New York Ports Must Dig To Survive

Jun 05, 2001

The ports surrounding New York City, which handle most of the cargo arriving on the East Coast of the United States, must have deeper channels to stay viable and competitive,

Repercussions From Damaged Ship Propeller Expected to Drive Down RCCL's 2Q Profits

Jun 05, 2001

Celebrity Cruises said on Monday it expects the cancellation of a 14-day European voyage as a result of a damaged ship propeller to drag down second-quarter profits

Mersey Docks & Harbor Not Intimidated by Recession

Jun 05, 2001

The slowdown in the U.S. economy may be weighing on British industrial production, but ports operator Mersey Docks & Harbor Company expects to avoid the dark clouds of recession.

Frontline Execs. Approve $321 M Four-Tanker Purchase

Jun 05, 2001

Norwegian shipping group Frontline said on Tuesday its board had approved the firm taking a 33 percent stake of a partnership buying four tankers from Bergesen valued at $321 million.

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