Friday, March 05, 2004 Maritime News

International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code

Mar 05, 2004

By Chris Doane and Joe DiRenzo III Closely associated with the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 (MTSA) is the International Ship and Port Facility

MTSA: Another Key Layer of Port Security

Mar 05, 2004

By Chris Doane & Joe DiRenzo III The Layered Defense. This classic military strategy has been used as a primary approach for defending a valuable target,

Feature: Boats We Love

Mar 05, 2004

By Don Sutherland Every harbor has its share: hardworking boats that stand-out for some provacative reason. It's probably not for their beauty. Form follows

Feature: Maritime Mission Impossible Accomplished

Mar 05, 2004

By Capt. Johan Schild In 2002 the globally operated Korean engineering and construction firm Daewoo E & C Co., Ltd., secured a project order from Shell Petroleum

Feature: Halimar Shipyard to the Rescue

Mar 05, 2004

In the notoriously cyclical and fickle marine business, it is not surprising that occasionally an owner winds up with unfinished hulls and has to move them to another shipyard for completion.

First 123-ft Deepwater System Cutter Delivered

Mar 05, 2004

During a celebration to commemorate the delivery of the first Deepwater surface asset under the Integrated Deepwater System, the Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Thomas H.

VT Halter Marine Launches Puerto Rico Ferry

Mar 05, 2004

VT Halter Marine Inc., a subsidiary of Vision Technologies Systems Inc., has launched a 95-ft sea-going ferry from its Mississippi-based Pascagoula Operations.

Feature: Guiding the Gas

Mar 05, 2004

By Larry Pearson Many workboats in the marine industry are called upon in supply or assist roles. The entire offshore vessel industry is based on a supply

Ferry Owners Beware … and Be Clear

Mar 05, 2004

By James P. Nader, Esq. & Joseph A. Poblick, Esq. It is common in today's litigious environment for businesses to attempt to limit their liability through contracts.

Marine Patrol Adds New Boat to the Fleet

Mar 05, 2004

The Savannah-Chatham Police Marine Patrol has taken delivery of a 27-ft. Workskiff Harbor Security boat. The boat, obtained through a federal grant from the

Delivery of Damen SWATH 3717 Close

Mar 05, 2004

The construction of the two Damen SWATH's 3717 for the Province of Zeeland at the Vlissingen yard Royal Schelde, a member of the Damen Shipyards Group, is progressing with completion in sight.

Senesco Marine Lands Barge Contract

Mar 05, 2004

Senesco Marine signed a contract to build a 100,000-barrel double-hulled liquid fuel barge for Reinauer Transportation. Over the past year, Senesco Marine has delivered two 80,

MMA Tug Crew Honored

Mar 05, 2004

The master and crew of Maine Maritime Academy's tug boat, Pentagoet, were recently cited for outstanding service to fellow mariners in peril in a letter of appreciation from USCG Captain Harry E.

Ingram Barge Lines Repowers

Mar 05, 2004

Robert King, based in Paducah Kentucky, is the manager of Ingram Support Service a wholly owned subsidiary of Ingram Barge Lines charged with managing 20 vessels that operate on the Ohio,

Think Spring

Mar 05, 2004

The tugboat Powhatan, operated by Donjon Marine, Co., Inc., leads Donjon's 1,000-ton-capacity derrick barge the Chesapeake, the largest floating crane on the East coast,

Vessels: Gladding-Hearn Gets Pilot Boat Orders

Mar 05, 2004

Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation, is building new pilot boats for the Portland, Maine and Delaware pilots. The shipyard's new Chesapeake class

Vessels: K-Sea Acquires ITB Unit

Mar 05, 2004

K-Sea Transportation Partners has acquired the 140,000 barrel capacity double-hulled barge S/R New York and the 8,000 horsepower tugboat S/R Everett. This integrated tug barge unit,

Vessels: Manitowoc Group Launches Another Cutter

Mar 05, 2004

The Manitowoc Company, Inc. 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.

Vessels: Bollinger Delivers Supply Boat to Tidewater

Mar 05, 2004

Bollinger delivered the Jonathan Rozier, the third of four 207-ft., 4750 bhp supply boats to Tidewater, Inc., New Orleans. It follows the recent delivery of the Lousteau Tide and Deville Tide,

Royal Swedish Navy Chief Conferred Award

Mar 05, 2004

RADM Jörgen Ericsson, Navy Inspector of the Royal Swedish Navy, was conferred Singapore’s prestigious military award, the Pingat Jasa Gemilang (Tentera) or Meritorious Service Medal (Military),

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