Wednesday, April 10, 2002 Maritime News

FastCat Is Shuffled From Navy to Army

Apr 10, 2002

HSV-X1, the 96-m Wave Piercing Sealift Catamaran, which is formally known as Joint Venture and currently on charter to the U.S. military from Bollinger/INCAT USA,

CP Ships Reaches Grand Alliance

Apr 10, 2002

CP Ships and its partners in the Grand Alliance have reached agreement with Cosco, K Line and Yang Ming to form the Atlantic Space Charter Agreement. As a result of the agreement,

Seven Seas Mariner To Undergo Pod Adjustment

Apr 10, 2002

Radisson Seven Seas' 700-passenger Seven Seas Mariner will enter dry-dock for 24 days this month to undergo repairs to one of the two pods in its pod propulsion

ATC Wins Navy Business

Apr 10, 2002

American Technology Corp. (ATC) will participate with Bath Iron Works (BIW), a General Dynamics Company in a contract awarded by the U.S. Navy's SMART CARRIER program to Bath Iron Works.

RFA Brambleleaf Will Undergo Refit at A&P

Apr 10, 2002

A&P Falmouth has been granted the multi-million dollar contract to refit the 33,257-dwt Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) Brambleleaf, which is due to arrive in the yard on April 29 for 61 days.

Telenor To Launch New Global Maritime Communications Service

Apr 10, 2002

Telenor Fleet Service, which offers Advanced Safety & High-Speed Communications via Inmarsat Satellite Services, has announced that the Fleet service is now available to customers on a global basis.

Energy Use Enjoys Strong Growth

Apr 10, 2002

Worldwide energy consumption will grow by 60% over the next two decades, according to the reference case projection released today by the Energy Information Administration

Galileo Gets 450M Euros to Proceed

Apr 10, 2002

The European Transport Council (i.e. the Transport Ministers of the European Member States), which met in Brussels on March 25-26, has released from the European

Intertanko Preps for Rotterdam Event

Apr 10, 2002

INTERTANKO's Annual General Meeting this year will be held in conjunction with the Rotterdam Tanker Event 2002. The Rotterdam Tanker Event features an exciting three-day program,

AMFELS Wins $83M Deal

Apr 10, 2002

Keppel Corp.'s AMFELS Inc unit in Brownsville, Texas, won a $83 million contract to build a new jack-up rig for Mexican company Perforadora Central S.A. de C.V.

Local Chain Ferry Docks at A&P Falmouth

Apr 10, 2002

A&P Falmouth has won the contract to carry out repairs onboard the chain ferry Tamar during April. The vessel is operated by the Tamar Bridge and Torpoint Ferry Joint Committee.

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