Tuesday, November 13, 2001 Maritime News

Navy, USCG Join Forces For Homeland Security

Nov 13, 2001

Admiral Robert Natter, Commander in Chief of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, and Vice Adm. Thad Allen, Commander of the Coast Guard Atlantic Area, jointly announced the

Inmarsat Unveils Fleet F77 at Europort 2001

Nov 13, 2001

Inmarsat Ltd, the global mobile satellite communications provider unveiled the first product in its Inmarsat Fleet portfolio, Fleet F77 at Europort 2001. The first in the family of three,

U.S. Facing Tank Vessel Shortage

Nov 13, 2001

The U.S could face a severe U.S.-flag tank vessel shortage unless the pace of double-hulled vessel construction increases drastically, according to an analysis

Working Shallow Draft In the Gulf of Mexico

Nov 13, 2001

Rodriguez Boat Builders, of Bayou LaBatre, Ala., delivered one more of their popular lugger tugs to Central Boat Rental of Morgan City, La., at the end October.

Prince of Wales Launched

Nov 13, 2001

On October 6, a new passenger and vehicle ferry that will service Prince of Wales Island, Alaska floated for the first time. Elliott Bay Design Group completed the contract design of this 197-ft.

Sea Ranger II Debuts for National Parks Service

Nov 13, 2001

The National Park Service has taken delivery of its newest boat, Sea Ranger II, built by Modutech Marine Inc. of Tacoma, Wash. The boat is equipped to transport park personnel,

Seacor’s Eagle has Landed

Nov 13, 2001

Bollinger Shipyards, Inc., Lockport, La., delivered Seacor Eagle, the first of two 145.5 x 36 x 9.8-ft. supply/utility vessels for Seacor Marine, Inc., Houston, Tex.

35th Fish Expo Headed To Seattle

Nov 13, 2001

Fish Expo and WorkBoat Northwest Trade Show is slated to deliver its standard level of excellence in exhibitors and conference topics, bringing the most complete

Manitowoc Tapped For $120M NYC Ferry Project

Nov 13, 2001

In one of the most hotly contested newbuild contracts of the year, Manitowoc Company, Inc. came out on top when it was awarded a contract by the City of New York to build three Kennedy-class ferries.

Vericor Power Systems Signs Agreement With MTU Friedrichshafen

Nov 13, 2001

Vericor Power Systems announced it has signed an agreement with MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH (MTU), whereby MTU will package and distribute Vericor’s TF™40 and TF™50 aeroderivative marine gas turbines.

800 Number Established for Nationwide Port Security Information

Nov 13, 2001

To obtain current safety and security zone information about major U.S. waterways and ports, call 1-800-682-1796.

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