Monday, October 27, 2003 Maritime News

A New ‘Shipshape’ Solution to an Old Problem

Oct 27, 2003

ShipShape International, the brainchild of ferry guru Bill Moses, author of FerryGuide, has been launched in order to provide a unique holistic approach to management

General Maritime Announces Exercising of Three Time Charter Options On Aframax OBO Vessels

Oct 27, 2003

General Maritime Corporation today announced that a leading international trading company has exercised its option to time charter three additional Aframax OBO vessels for two years.

Coast Guard Rescues Savannah boaters

Oct 27, 2003

A Coast Guard helicopter crew from Air Station Savannah rescued two boaters at 1:45 p.m. after they were forced to jump into the water when their vessel caught

USS Chafee Joins The Fleet

Oct 27, 2003

By Journalist 2nd Class Ed Flynn and Journalist Seaman Joe Burgess, NR Navy Information Bureau 101 New England Public Affairs On a crisp fall morning in Newport, R.

Marlink Signs Deal with Kyma

Oct 27, 2003

The MV Mona Lisa Joins the TSS The Topaz in Offering the Fully Managed Sealink High-Speed Data Solution for Global Passenger and Ship Communications OSLO,

Coast Guard Medevac Woman from Cruise Ship

Oct 27, 2003

A Coast Guard helicopter crew rescued a 64-year-old woman suffering from appendicitis aboard a cruise ship 170 miles south of New Orleans this afternoon. The Coast Guard was notified at 10:45 a.

State of California Approves Major Ferry Expansion Plan

Oct 27, 2003

The San Francisco Bay Area Water Transit Authority (WTA), a regional transit agency, announced that Governor Davis signed Senate Bill (SB) 915 (D-Perata, Oakland)

Birka´s New Cruise Vessel will be Birka Paradise

Oct 27, 2003

The cruise vessel to be delivered in autumn 2004 for Birka Line had to day its keel laid at Aker Finnyards in Rauma. The vessel will be named Birka Paradise.

Aker Finnyards to Convert Finnjet

Oct 27, 2003

Aker Finnyards and Silja Oyj Abp signed on October 23 a LOI on the docking and conversion of GTS Finnjet. The work will commence in May 2004 and means 100 man years of work for the yard.

Transport Canada to Coordinate with USCG

Oct 27, 2003

Transport Canada issued a News Release announcing a new maritime security program for Canadian vessels and port facilities. The program will complement new maritime

U.K. Acquires New Emergency Towing Vessel

Oct 27, 2003

The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) issued a Press Notice stating that a new emergency towing vessel has been acquired. It is assigned to the Shetland

Port of Los Angeles Terminal Improvement Project

Oct 27, 2003

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued a Notice stating that it is examining the feasibility of waterside, terminal, and transportation improvements at Berths 136-147 in the Port of Los Angeles.

Canal Barge Announces New Terminal Group

Oct 27, 2003

U.S. based marine transportation and management service company, Canal Barge Company, Inc. is pleased to announce the formation of a new bulk chemical storage and distribution entity,

Coast Guard’s Largest Ice Breaker To Visit Juneau

Oct 27, 2003

The Coast Guard cutter Healy and crew is scheduled to stop in Juneau for a port call October 24-27. The ship departed Seattle June 13 to begin its Arctic cruise.

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