Monday, September 29, 2003 Maritime News

OMI Sells Two Vessels

Sep 29, 2003

OMI Corporation of Stamford, Connecticut has agreed to sell the RACER and the RAIN, single hull product carriers built in 1989 and 1990, respectively. A loss on the sale of approximately $8.

QM2 Passes Sea Trials

Sep 29, 2003

Cunard Line's flagship Queen Mary 2 returned from the sea after having completed her sea trials with flying colours. The largest, longest, tallest, widest, and

M/V Ever Deluxe Assists In Rescue Of F/V LUCKY I

Sep 29, 2003

The EVER DELUXE, a container vessel of the Evergreen Line fleet and captained by Captain Wen-Yau Hwang, assisted the U.S. Coast Guard in the rescue of the fishing vessel LUCKY I.

WDT Awarded Contract for SCIB

Sep 29, 2003

Wave Dispersion Technologies (WDT) announced today it has received a contract from the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) for the delivery of two

TMCA Announces Annual Conference

Sep 29, 2003

The Transportation Marketing & Communications Association (TMCA) announces that its eighth annual conference and educational forum will be held May 2-4, 2004,

Port Authority Advances Projects to Reduce Emissions

Sep 29, 2003

Initiatives Are Part Of An Award-Winning Environmental Program The Port Authority announced today an aggressive environmental program that will help improve

A&B and Matson Chairman Passes Away at Age 83

Sep 29, 2003

“Old sailors never die, they just drop the anchor,” Robert J. “Bobby” Pfeiffer said over a decade ago as he was contemplating retirement. Pfeiffer, one of Hawaii’s

Bisso Salvages Superior Challenger

Sep 29, 2003

Bisso Marine Company, Inc., has successfully completed the salvage of the Superior Challenger. The 200-ft. Class Lift Boat sank in Eugene Island Block 193 after

GAC Appoints Cox as Marketing Manager

Sep 29, 2003

GAC has appointed Matthew Cox as its Marketing Manager for the UK, Ireland, Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg, based in London. Cox joins the company following

RINA to Class Italian Navy Ship

Sep 29, 2003

RINA has taken a lead in the warship classification sector with confirmation that it is to class the largest and most complex ship ever built for the Italian Navy.

Engineering Officer Pleads Guilty to Obstructing USCG Investigation

Sep 29, 2003

The U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Washington issued a Press Release stating that an engineering officer on the M/V Hoegh Minerva pled guilty in federal

M/V Kent Reliant to be Refloated

Sep 29, 2003

The U.S. Coast Guard has stated that the M/V KENT RELIANT is scheduled to be refloated today. Most of the cargo has been removed from the ship, grounded off San Juan Harbor.

RRF Ship Completes Readiness Activation Exercise

Sep 29, 2003

MARAD announced that the SS Cape Flattery completed readiness activation exercises. The ship was berthed in the Beaumont Reserve Fleet. Schubert said, "Readiness

DHS Appropriations Bill Approved

Sep 29, 2003

The Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act (H.R. 2555) has been approved by both the House of Representatives and the Senate. It is now on its way to the White House for signature.

New Offshore Completes Workover Deck for the Nansen Spar

Sep 29, 2003

New Offshore, Inc. has completed the fabrication of a deck extension for Kerr McGee’s Nansen spar, a deepwater (3,678 feet) floating production facility in

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