Monday, November 24, 2003 Maritime News

Coast Guard Port Security Members Return Home

Nov 24, 2003

Twenty-one members of Port Security Unit 309, out of Port Clinton, Ohio, are arriving at Cleveland Hopkins Airport Saturday. PSU 309 was deployed to the Persian

Drewry Forecasts LNG Trade Growth to Continue for the Next Decade

Nov 24, 2003

The “LNG Shipping Market Review 2003/04” highlights current market characteristics whilst considering all factors influencing its growth as well as forecasting to 2010 London,

ADEC Ties Oil in River to Boat Traffic

Nov 24, 2003

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) issued a Press Release stating that its water quality study of the Kenai River shows a direct correlation

Vessels: What’s in Store for 2004?

Nov 24, 2003

By Larry Pearson The 2003 workboat construction market had its ups and downs and at best has given mixed signals about 2004 and beyond. Among the various workboat vessel segments,

Marine Salvage: Having A Bad Day at Sea? Call Your Local Salvor

Nov 24, 2003

By John W. Waterhouse, P.E., President, Picture this scenario: It's the middle of the night — 3:30 a.m. to be exact. The phone rings — it's a client is calling

New Products: NVT Provides Clear View in the Dark

Nov 24, 2003

Night Vision Technologies, Inc. (NVT) offers a complete approach to night/day navigational/security/surveillance video assessment, addressing the workboat industry.

New Products: RECON Helps D-R Clients

Nov 24, 2003

Dresser-Rand has established RECON, a performance and condition monitoring solution to keep rotating equipment operating at peak efficiency. RECON's knowledge-based

Training & Education: DCC Offers Inland Towboat Simulator Training

Nov 24, 2003

Delgado Community College became the first major marine training school in the United States to join the TRANSERV program. Delgado's Full Mission Bridge Simulator

Vessels: Tall Stacks Draws 800,000 to Queen City

Nov 24, 2003

By Larry Pearson Every four years the excursion vessel segment of the commercial marine industry stages one of the largest festivals in the United States,

News: Cal Dive Riser System Deployed in Deepwater Project

Nov 24, 2003

Well Ops, Inc., a subsidiary of Cal Dive International, Inc. had the successful first application of the company's purpose-built, open water intervention riser system.

Vessels: Sea Horse Marine To Take L/B Donny Paul

Nov 24, 2003

Following on the success of the lift boat, Alex Scott, that they had build at Bollinger Shipyard last year, Sea Horse Marine Inc. of Lockport, La., will be taking

Vessels: Response Marine to Design Multi-Task Boats

Nov 24, 2003

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts awarded the design contract for a 40-45-ft. fisheries patrol boat to Response Marine, Inc. of Newburyport, Mass. (Pictured below, left).

Vessels: GCI Completes Sun Towing Tugs

Nov 24, 2003

Voyager and Quest could not be two more apt names for Sun Towings pair of new tugboats, as it was precisely this that was required to complete the vessel's construction.

Vessels: Gladding-Hearn Delivers for Tampa Bay

Nov 24, 2003

Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding delivered a new Chesapeake class pilot boat to the Tampa Bay pilots, bringing to four the number of this type delivered by the Somerset, Mass.

Finance: Equipment Leasing: A Viable Financing Option for Marine Industry

Nov 24, 2003

By James W. Mignogna In recent years maximizing budget dollars has become an increasing concern for many businesses. Fortunately marine assets have long, useful lives,

People & Company: Q&A: Gary C. Schuler, CEO, Senesco Marine

Nov 24, 2003

MarineNews: What did you do before coming to Senesco Marine, and how did you get into the shipbuilding industry? How does your former field compare/contrast with

Vessels: The Ghosts of Cove Point Vanish

Nov 24, 2003

It was the late 1970s and El Paso Energy ran a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal known as Cove Point in the heart of the Chesapeake Bay — midway between the East Coast ports of Baltimore, Md.

Vessels: Year Two A Tale of Tugs of Two Cities

Nov 24, 2003

By Don Sutherland It's been a year since MarineNews linked the dual tugmeets of the first week of September, one in New York City, the other upstate, at Waterford.

Legal Beat: Unseaworthiness: The Vessel Owner's Absolute Duty To It's Crew

Nov 24, 2003

James P. Nader & Joseph A. Poblick The hazards of maritime work and the perils of the sea in which seamen are forced to work are all too familiar. Admiralty

News: California to Build 31 New Ferries

Nov 24, 2003

Governor Davis Signs Senate Bill 915 The San Francisco Bay Area Water Transit Authority (WTA) announced that the recently signed Senate Bill (SB) 915 (D-Perata,

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