Thursday, March 21, 2002 Maritime News

Proposed Shipyard Safety Regulations Withdrawn

Mar 21, 2002

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a notice stating that it was withdrawing its proposed shipyard safety regulations relating to scaffolds,

Alfa Laval Enters Agreement with European Shipyards

Mar 21, 2002

The supplier frame agreement is made between Alfa Laval and Euroship, a group of European shipyards made up of Chantiers de l’Atlantique, Alstom Marine of France, Fincantieri S.

Carnival Reports First Quarter Earnings

Mar 21, 2002

Carnival Corporation reported net income of $129.6 million on revenues of $905.8 million for its first quarter ended February 28, 2002, compared to net income of $128.

Transas GMDSS Simulator Receives Type-Approval

Mar 21, 2002

In February 2002, The Russian Maritime Administration of the Ministry of Transport issued a type-approval certificate for the new GMDSS simulator from Transas, TGS4100,

Boston Whaler Unveils First Marine Robotic Platform

Mar 21, 2002

A Remotely Piloted Surface Vessel (RPSV) will be unveiled at the Navy League Air Sea and Space Exhibition Washington DC 26-28 March 2002 by Boston Whaler Commercial and Government Products Inc,

LISCR Welcomes Liberian Legislation

Mar 21, 2002

The Advisory Board of the Liberian International Ship & Corporate Registry (LISCR), at its inaugural meeting, held in conjunction with the Annual Conference of the Connecticut Maritime Association,

Ports Encouraged By Passage of Security Bill

Mar 21, 2002

U.S. port authorities are pleased about the passage of H.R. 3983, the “Maritime Transportation Antiterrorism Act of 2002,” by the House Transportation and Infrastructure (T & I) Committee on March 20.

Portland Tugboat and McAllister Towing - A Blended Family Business

Mar 21, 2002

On Thursday, March 14, Captain Arthur Fournier, founder of the 54-year old Portland Tugboat and Shipdocking Company, rocked the tugboat world when he, along with Captain Brian McAllister,

Celebrity Cancels Summit and Infinity Sailings

Mar 21, 2002

Celebrity Cruises will send two ships, Summit and Infinity, into unscheduled drydocks March 29 and April 13, respectively, to repair propulsion pods. Both ships

Meeting To Address Responsibility For Inspection

Mar 21, 2002

The Minerals Management Service (MMS) issued a notice stating that it and the U.S. Coast Guard will conduct a joint meeting in Houston, Texas on April 12, 2002

Klein Launches Model 3000 Side Scan Sonar

Mar 21, 2002

Klein Associates, Inc., has begun full- scale production of the advanced Model 3000 Side Scan Sonar. The all digital, single-beam system is a result of the extensive

DMI and FORCE Technology Join Forces

Mar 21, 2002

Danish Maritime Institute (DMI) and FORCE Technology have joined forces. The new name for the merged company will be FORCE Technology. DMI provides consultancy

SeaWave Introduces SeaWave Navigator

Mar 21, 2002

SeaWave LLC released its newest maritime communications software, SeaWave Navigator Version 1.1. SeaWave Navigator is a low-cost, user-friendly communications solution,

Derecktor’s Sala Moves On

Mar 21, 2002

After almost four years with Derecktor Shipyards, Enrico Sala is following his family in its move back to Europe. He will be working with the Italian Challenge

Committee Approves Maritime Transportation Anti-Terrorism Act

Mar 21, 2002

Bipartisan legislation that establishes a comprehensive national system to increase anti-terrorism security at U.S. ports and waterways was approved by the U.S.

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