Thursday, July 11, 2002 Maritime News

M/V Columbia Returns to Service

Jul 11, 2002

M/V Columbia, reported to be the largest ship in the Alaska Marine Highway’s fleet, returned to revenue service on June 5 with its scheduled sailing southbound from Ketchikan.

Economic Effects of U.S. Import Restraints

Jul 11, 2002

The U.S. International Trade Commission issued a lengthy report entitled -The Economic Effects of Significant U.S. Import Restraints Third Update 2002 .The report

SUPSHIP Complete Availability on Chosin

Jul 11, 2002

The Pearl Harbor-based guided missile cruiser USS Chosin (CG 65) returned to sea for sea trials June 26 to test and validate modifications and newly installed equipment.

London Club Completes Financial Year

Jul 11, 2002

The London P&I Club completed its 2001/2002 financial year in a healthy position, with free reserves of more than $80m. In levying its supplementary call for the year in line with original estimates,

Sanctions Imposed for Abusive Discovery Practices

Jul 11, 2002

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit has ruled that sanctions may be imposed in an admiralty case against a party that engages in abusive discovery practices.

New Requirements for Carrying Navigation Equipment

Jul 11, 2002

The U.S. Coast Guard issued a Notice entitled New Requirements for Carrying Navigation Equipment for All Ships Subject to SOLAS. The Notice discusses various

Hearing on Maritime Security Program

Jul 11, 2002

The Merchant Marine Panel of the House Armed Services Committee will conduct a hearing on July 16, 2002 regarding U.S. ownership and control of vessels operating

LISCR Rated Top Open Registry

Jul 11, 2002

LISCR, First in Safety & Security, was rated the world's top open registry by the Paris MOU (6/2002), a consortium of 14 European countries that coordinate the inspection of ships.

Mississippi Queen To Drop Anchor in Pittsburgh

Jul 11, 2002

The Mississippi Queen, one of the boats of the Delta Queen Steamboat Line, will arrive at the new North Shore docking facility on Tuesday, July 16. This is the

BIMCO offers new Standard Bunker Contract

Jul 11, 2002

When BIMCO published the "Fuelcon" Standard Marine Fuels Purchasing Contract in 1995, it received only a modest welcome from the bunker industry. Although a standard

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