Wednesday, September 10, 2003 Maritime News

Cunard’s New Sub Website is Fit for A “Queen”

Sep 10, 2003

Cunard Line has just launched a completely new sub-website dedicated to its magnificent Queen Mary 2, the world's largest, longest, tallest, widest and – at $780

Moran President Notes Industry Challenges at PONY Meeting

Sep 10, 2003

Members of some of the New York-Metro area's most prominent maritime companies gathered this afternoon at the Port of New York Chapter of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Alumni Foundation.

MITAGS/PMI Awarded GSA Contract

Sep 10, 2003

The Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS), Linthicum Heights, Md. and the Pacific Maritime Institute (PMI), Seattle, Wash. have been awarded

Pluta to Oversee Homeland Security at UNITECH

Sep 10, 2003

UNITECH (Universal Systems & Technology, Inc.) has appointed Rear Adm. Paul J. Pluta, USCG (retired), to the position of senior vice president for homeland security.

AON Launches Port Facility Security Toolkit

Sep 10, 2003

AON, a global leader in risk management and insurance brokerage, has launched the Port Facility Security Toolkit (PFST) internationally. The Toolkit, which was

USCG to Conduct Spill Training at Port Manatee

Sep 10, 2003

The U.S. Coast Guard issued a statement that local Coast Guard units will conduct an exercise simulating a response to an oil spill using the Vessel of Opportunity

Gorthon Lines Sells Forest Product Carrier

Sep 10, 2003

Gorthon Lines has sold the forest-product carrier Stig Gorthon on private terms. Built in Sweden 1979, the vessel, which was delivered to its new owners on September 10,

Volvo Penta Gives Kuwaiti Workboats A Boost

Sep 10, 2003

Volvo Penta recently equipped two Kuwaiti workboats, a pilot boat and a buoy layer, with twin 34-liter diesel engines. Both vessels, which have been laid-up since

Cause of Harbour Cat Fire Determined

Sep 10, 2003

The New Zealand Transport Accident Investigation Commission (TAIC) released the Marine Occurrence Report relating to the engine room fire on the passenger ferry

GAO Issues Invasive Species Report

Sep 10, 2003

The General Accounting Office (GAO) issued its report on invasive species: state and other non-federal perspectives on challenges to managing the problem. The

Manukai’s Delivery Voyage – In Real Time

Sep 10, 2003

Matson Navigation Company’s new MV Manukai has commenced with its delivery voyage and is currently traveling from the U.S. East Coast to the West Coast, via the Panama Canal.

Wärtsilä Bullish on Marine Business

Sep 10, 2003

Wärtsilä recently completed the first part of the business analysis launched at the end of July, a analysis which was launched to help refocus the corporation on

Court allows September 11 lawsuits to proceed

Sep 10, 2003

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York rejected motions by the defendants to dismiss lawsuits brought by persons injured by the terrorist attacks of September 11,

Oversight Committee Discusses Marine Safety

Sep 10, 2003

The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation conducted an oversight hearing regarding transportation security. Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Committee Chair,

 

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