Thursday, March 18, 2004 Maritime News

Rousse Prestige Christened

Mar 18, 2004

Merewede Shipyard has christened the Rousse Prestige, a new inland vessel for Dunav Tours of Rousse in Bugaria. The christening took place on March 18 at the Whilhelminakade

TEN Exercises Options for Product Carriers

Mar 18, 2004

Tsakos Energy Navigation Limited (TEN) has exercised options for two handysize, double hull, 1A ice-class tankers, with carrying capacity of 37,000 dwt each.

Elimination of Crew List Visas

Mar 18, 2004

Effective June 16, 2004, the U.S. Department of State is eliminating (on at least an interim basis) the issuance of crew list visas. This action is being taken

Princess Specs Wärtsilä Enviro Engines

Mar 18, 2004

An agreement was recently reached between Princess Cruises, the engine builder Wärtsilä and the shipyard Fincantieri that Newbuilding 6100 at the said shipyard

ABB Wins $45M in Propulsion Contracts

Mar 18, 2004

ABB in Norway has secured new contracts worth $45 million for delivery of complete electric propulsion systems to two icebreakers to be built for CJSV Sevmorneftegaz

New Company Results from Merger

Mar 18, 2004

Following the recent merger of Kobelco Marine Engineering and Marine Business of Eagle Industries, the company announced the formation of a new company; KOBELCO EAGLE MARINE ENGINEERING CO.

Panama Canal Sets Cargo Record

Mar 18, 2004

On March 16 the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) set a new significant record. More than one million (1,005,551) Panama Canal/Universal Measurement System (PC/UMS)

IMO: Master May be SSO

Mar 18, 2004

The master of a ship can be designated as the Ship Security Officer (SSO) in implementing the provisions of the mandatory International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code,

Company Pleads Guilty to Dumping Waste Oil

Mar 18, 2004

The U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Washington has stated that a Norwegian shipping company has pled guilty to criminal charges related to dumping

Stolt Offshore Announces Settlement of Patent Dispute

Mar 18, 2004

Stolt Offshore S.A. announced that its long running UK litigation with a competitor regarding a European patent covering technology related to the laying of flexible pipes,

Smedvig Secures New Contract

Mar 18, 2004

Smedvig has been awarded a letter of intent by A/S Norske Shell for the assignment of the deepwater drillship West Navigator on the Ormen Lange field in the Norwegian Sea.

Construction Continues on New Bouchard ATB

Mar 18, 2004

Bollinger Gulf Repair L.L.C., a Bollinger Shipyards, Inc., shipyard, has completed the retrofit of a Bouchard Coastwise Management Co., tug and barge to an

Panama Canal Sets Record in Tons of Cargo

Mar 18, 2004

March 16 was a great day for the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) as a new significant record was set. More than one million (1,005,551) Panama Canal/Universal

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