Monday, February 09, 2004 Maritime News

Graig builds Diamond alliance in Vietnam

Feb 09, 2004

CARDIFF-based Graig Group has placed five firm orders and secured ten options for its Diamond 53 handymax double-hulled bulker with Vietnamese state shipbuilder

INTERTANKO: Study Gauges Effect on Tanker Fleet of MARPOL Annex II Cargo Reclassification

Feb 09, 2004

Impending revisions to MARPOL Annex II effecting the reclassification of chemicals and vegetable oils and fats will bring about changes in the trading possibilities

ex-USS Oriskany to Serve as Artificial Reef

Feb 09, 2004

By Chief Journalist Milinda D. Jensen, Naval Sea Systems Command Public Affairs The ex-USS Oriskany (CVA 34), the last Essex-class aircraft carrier in the fleet’s inactive ship inventory,

Feature: Bye, Bye Redbird

Feb 09, 2004

By Don Sutherland Some people hate the subways. During rush hours at least, bodies are crushed unwilling and unwelcome into an unwanted intimacy, violating

SecurePort 2004 to be Held in Miami

Feb 09, 2004

SecurePort 2004, sponsored by the Organization of American States (OAS) and the Inter-American Committee on Ports (CIP), and chaired by the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD),

Manitowoc Group Launches Cutter

Feb 09, 2004

The Manitowoc Company, Inc. has launched the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Alder, the last ship in a series of 16 seagoing buoy tenders being built at Manitowoc’s Marinette Marine subsidiary.

Training & Education: CBT and the Inland Tow and Barge Industry

Feb 09, 2004

With fleets spread over 25,000 miles of waterways, the inland tow and barge industry faces training and communication challenges intensified in comparison to other sectors of the maritime industry.

Feature: Designing People

Feb 09, 2004

By Larry Pearson Few would argue with the notion that a healthy commercial marine industry needs new naval architects entering the business of designing

RIB DIRECTORY

Feb 09, 2004

VT Halmatic VT Halmatic has delivered an Arctic 24 rigid inflatable boat (RIB) to the island of Tristan da Cunha. Located in the South Atlantic, approximately 1,

News: Aluminum Passenger Vessel for North-Co-Corp.

Feb 09, 2004

In late November 2003, ABD Enterprises of North Vancouver, BC, delivered the 69 ft. (21 m) aluminum crewboat/passenger ferry Tsimshian Storm to North-Co-Corp.

News: VT Halter Delivers First-of-Series OSV for Seacor

Feb 09, 2004

VT Halter Marine Inc. delivered its first vessel in 2004, the Seacor Pride. The 220- x 46- x 17-ft. Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV) is classed DPS-1 and can carry 5,100 barrels of liquid mud, 6,740 cu.

News: Seacor McCall Honors Engineer Colin Black

Feb 09, 2004

The Colin B. McCall, named for noted mechanical engineer Colin Black, is a 160 by 30 ft. crew boat with an aft deck that is 91.5 by 24.8 ft. that can carry 280 long tons with about 7,

Stolt Offshore to Release Q4 and FY03 Results

Feb 09, 2004

Stolt Offshore S.A. will release its fourth quarter and full year 2003 results on Wednesday February 18, 2004. A conference call will be held to discuss the

Inter-Agency Partners Begin Oil Spill Clean up Efforts

Feb 09, 2004

An unidentified source of heavy oil washed up on the shore Tuesday between Shark River Inlet, Monmouth County, and Seaside Heights, Ocean County, prompting the Coast Guard and other federal,

Carnival Takes Delivery of Carnival Miracle

Feb 09, 2004

Carnival Cruise Lines has taken delivery of its 20th Fun Ship, the 2,124-passenger Carnival Miracle. The delivery took place during traditional handover ceremonies in Helsinki at Kvaerner Masa-Yards,

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