Monday, March 29, 2004 Maritime News

Bow Mariner Salvage Operation Ends

Mar 29, 2004

The operation to locate and recover the missing crew from the Bow Mariner and remove fuel oil ended Friday, March 26, with the approval of the Coast Guard. The

GL Gets Greek Authority

Mar 29, 2004

Germanischer Lloyd has been granted full authorization by the Greek maritime administration with immediate effect. The authorization enables the classification society to perform,

Submarine Contract Modification

Mar 29, 2004

Electric Boat Corporation, Groton, Conn., is being awarded a $110,872,004 modification to previously awarded contract (N00024-03-C-2102) for execution of USS Springfield

Transas Chosen for Ferry Newbuilds

Mar 29, 2004

Transas signed a contract with Uljanik shipyard, Croatia, to equip four ferry new buildings with its onboard navigation systems. The contract will be implemented

Implementation of Panama Canal ADCS

Mar 29, 2004

The Panama Canal Authority issued an Advisory providing further details regarding the upcoming implementation of the Automated Data Collection System (ADCS) for ships transiting the Canal.

Implementation of Panama Canal ADCS

Mar 29, 2004

The Panama Canal Authority issued an Advisory providing further details regarding the upcoming implementation of the Automated Data Collection System (ADCS) for ships transiting the Canal.

Crewmember Ruling Handed Down

Mar 29, 2004

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit ruled that a crewmember who, at the direction of his supervisor, violates a Coast Guard regulation and later

Seaport Security Bill Introduced

Mar 29, 2004

Senator Boxer (D-CA) introduced the United States Seaport Multiyear Security Enhancement Act (S. 2240) to improve seaport security. The measure, if enacted,

Lower Mississippi Exclusive Tug Franchise Ruling

Mar 29, 2004

The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) issued an Order stating that the ALJ is recommending that the Commission approve settlement of allegations against Cargill,

St. Lawrence Seaway Opens

Mar 29, 2004

The Montreal/Lake Ontario section of the St. Lawrence Seaway officially opened today with the transit of the M/V Halifax at the St. Lambert Lock. Destined for Toledo

Cargo Ship Grounds Off Florida

Mar 29, 2004

Coast Guard Marine Safety Office and Group Miami are overseeing response operations to the grounding of the 544-foot cargo ship Eastwind, which was attempting to enter Port Everglades, Fla.

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