Thursday, November 14, 2002 Maritime News

ABS Council Supports Maritime Security Initiative

Nov 14, 2002

Strong support for a proposed comprehensive series of maritime security initiatives was expressed by the ABS Council at its semi-annual meeting in New York on November 12,

London Club Confirms General Increase

Nov 14, 2002

The London Club has announced a general increase of 25 percent in its advance call for the 2003/04 policy year. Meanwhile, the Club has also confirmed that supplementary

Keys Coral Reefs First In U.S. To Receive International Protection

Nov 14, 2002

Deputy Secretary of Commerce Sam Bodman joined with shipping industry representatives today to announce that the department's National Oceanic and Atmospheric

Vessel Sinks Along Coast

Nov 14, 2002

Coast Guard units from Mass., have assisted a leaking fishing vessel today, resulting in three fisherman being evacuated from their craft shortly before it sank.

Cross Harbor Freight Movement Project EIS, New York City

Nov 14, 2002

As part of the Great Lakes and Lake Champlain Act of 2002, passed by Congress during the lame-duck session, $7 million has been allocated to fund the Environmental

Florida Keys' Particularly Sensitive Sea Area

Nov 14, 2002

The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) states that, commencing December 1, 2002, vessels in excess of 50 meters must avoid coral reefs in the Florida Keys.

U.S. Shipping Coordinating Committee - Meetings

Nov 14, 2002

The U.S. Shipping Coordinating Committee (SHC), sponsored by the Department of State, will conduct two meetings in Washington, DC. The November 26 meeting

ABS Confirms Prestige Casualty

Nov 14, 2002

ABS confirms that it is the classification society of record for the damaged tanker Prestige, operated by Universe Maritime Ltd., of Greece. The society is encouraged

Wärtsilä Finalizes JMC Marine Acquisition

Nov 14, 2002

Wärtsilä´s acquisition of the Danish propulsion system service company JMC Marine A/S has been finalized. JMC Marine is specialized on propulsion system maintenance

Conrad Awarded Ferry Contract

Nov 14, 2002

Conrad Industries, Inc. announced the award of a $9.5 million contract for the Alaska Marine Highway System. The contract award calls for the construction of a 181-ft.

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