Thursday, May 15, 2003 Maritime News

FELS Setal to Construct PSVs for Maersk

May 15, 2003

FELS Setal Group, the Brazilian subsidiary of Keppel Corporation through Keppel Offshore & Marine, has won a contract to construct two Platform Supply Vessels (PSVs) for Maersk Brasil (Brasmar) Ltda.

VT Halter Marine Wins Ferry Contract

May 15, 2003

VT Halter Marine Inc., a subsidiary of Vision Technologies Systems Inc., announced today that it was selected by the Puerto Rico Port Authority (PRPA) to design and build a $2.

SOCP to Meet in June

May 15, 2003

The Ship Operations Cooperative Program (SOCP), sponsored by the Maritime Administration (MARAD), will meet in Pittsburgh on June 3-4, 2003. The meeting will focus on inland waterway issues.

Ferry Passengers Tally in at 854M

May 15, 2003

In its annual compilation over world-wide ferry transportation, Swedish-based ShipPax Information registered 854,668,842 passengers within 2002, as well as 149,

Profile: Conrad Also Opts for Deepwater

May 15, 2003

Conrad Industries has been a major force in repair and conversion of vessels for decades from their Morgan City, La. shipyard on the Intercoastal Waterway. Problem was,

Feature: Staying the Course

May 15, 2003

Torch Offshore LLC is a Gretna, La-based integrated offshore contractor whose niche market is the installation of small diameter flow lines and related infrastructure

Profile: Marinette Marine Makes Mark with Innovative Tug/Barge Units

May 15, 2003

With the pending need to replace many single hull tankers in the U.S. in the coming years, The Manitowoc Company, Inc. showed the depth of its capabilities with the delivery of the 127-ft.

Feature: Leaving Home

May 15, 2003

For many years the fortunes of the Great Lakes-based shipbuilders and naval architects was based solidly on the building level of the owners who were also based on the 94,000 sq.

Cutters Complete Missions in Arabian Gulf

May 15, 2003

Cutters Complete Missions in Arabian Gulf Coast Guard cutters Boutwell, a 378-ft. high endurance cutter homeported in Alameda, Calif., and Walnut, a 225-ft. buoy tender homeported in Honolulu,

HUGIN 3000-GC Breaks Deepwater AUV Record

May 15, 2003

The final customer acceptance test for Geoconsult's HUGIN 3000-GC was completed with a deepwater dive at a depth of 9,517 ft. This is the second ultra deep-water

RIBS: AMBAR's RIBS Have Silver Linings

May 15, 2003

With the demand for aluminum boats hitting an all-time high within recent months, Silver Ships/AMBAR Marine has risen to the occasion to meet the stringent requirements of its customers,

Lang Expands Management Team

May 15, 2003

Lang Manufacturing Company, cooking solutions provider, has appointed new sales managers for its national and international sales coverage. Kenneth Fader was named

Salvage Conference Scheduled for September

May 15, 2003

The 2003 National Maritime Salvage Conference, sponsored by American Salvage Association (ASA), will take place September 9-11, 2003 at the Marriott Crystal City in Crystal City, Va.

Feature: Maritime Partners Eyes Patrol Craft Potential

May 15, 2003

Sitting in scenic Alesund, Norway, Maritime Partners, which sells a wide variety of rescue and patrol craft, has the advantage of geography in more ways than one.

Boston Cutter Heads to Mediterranean

May 15, 2003

The Boston-based Coast Guard Cutter Spencer received orders recently to deploy overseas at the request of the Department of Defense (DOD) to support Operation Enduring Freedom.

RIB Report: Manufacturers Review

May 15, 2003

Sturdy Hulls Go Nearly Anywhere AB Inflatables offers its Profile line of aluminum hull RIBs. The rugged, 3.28-mil hulls are lighter than comparable fiberglass

Bergesen Sells Gas Carriers

May 15, 2003

Bergesen has sold the gas carriers Havsol and Havbris, both 12,000 cbm, built in 1976 and 1977 respectively. Havsol was s old for scrap, while Havbris was sold

News: Kvichak Delivers Foil-Assist Catamaran

May 15, 2003

Kvichak Marine has delivered the first of two foil-assist catamarans built for the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Mobile District. Dubbed S/V Irvington,

News: Seabulk Contracts for PSV in Brazil

May 15, 2003

Seabulk Offshore do Brasil, Ltda. finalized an agreement with shipbuilder Promar Brazil (Estaleiro Promara I) to build a UT-755L platform supply vessel (PSV) for delivery in the fall of 2004,

News: New Tugs Being Finished at Vancouver Shipyard

May 15, 2003

Seaspan International is having a very attractive pair of new tugs finished up at their Vancouver Shipyardd ivision. The hulls were fabricated in China and shipped across the Pacific by barge.

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