Monday, April 05, 2004 Maritime News

ASA Helps Out with MV Lee III Recovery

Apr 05, 2004

A member of the American Salvage Association (ASA) quickly responded to the MV Lee III, a supply boat that collided with a container ship and sunk February 21

Salvage: Time is of the Essence

Apr 05, 2004

By Richard B. Fairbanks, President, American Salvage Association A riddle: How many years, and how many Administrations does it take for an esteemed U.

Anyone Want to Restore a Tugboat?

Apr 05, 2004

By Don Sutherland You'd think it would be easy to start a tugboat museum. First, get an old tugboat. Clean-up some rust with a pad of coarse steel wool, slap-on a coat of paint,

Offshore: OTC Announces Technology Winners

Apr 05, 2004

The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) announces 15 winners for its inaugural Spotlight on New Technology Program. These winners are recognized before, during and after the 35th annual OTC,

Vessels: Fewer, but More Capable OSVs Being Produced in Gulf Shipyards

Apr 05, 2004

By Larry Pearson As noted in the accompanying article the Gulf of Mexico is in the midst of a drilling malaise. The days when southern shipyards routinely

OTC Celebrates 35 Years of Innovation

Apr 05, 2004

The annual Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) is scheduled to convene in Houston's Reliant Center on May 3-6. The event, expecting to draw more than 2,000 exhibitors and 50,

Market Report: Oil Markets in for Bumpy Ride

Apr 05, 2004

As winter subsides and warmer weather arrives in the northern hemisphere, the traditional drop in global oil demand should be at hand. But given a number of outside factors,

Market Report: When Will the Turn Around Come?

Apr 05, 2004

By Larry Pearson It seems to be a soap opera without an end. "It is crazy…makes no sense at all," is a common observation. If you are in the oil and gas business,

Garibaldi Glass Supplies Big Cat Windows

Apr 05, 2004

This projects designer, Crowther Multi Hulls, specified all safety tempered windows aboard the Big Cat Express to be frameless. Due to their quality and experience, Garibaldi Glass Industries, Inc.

Vessels: Big Cat Express: A Very Fast Sea Trial

Apr 05, 2004

By Larry Pearson It's 8:30 a.m. as the Big Cat Express saddles up to the dock at the Port of Morgan City, La. It is Sea Trial day for the big quad engine catamaran ferry.

Vessels: All American Marine Launches Cat

Apr 05, 2004

All American Marine, Inc., launched a new 65-ft. Teknicraft catamaran for Maui-based Expeditions, which runs a passenger ferry service and tour group. The Expeditions-four

Boston Whaler Changes Name, Debuts Boat

Apr 05, 2004

The 26 Vigilant was debuted with much interest at the Miami Boat Show. At the end of March, Boston Whaler Commercial & Government Products officially changed

Legal Beat: Criminal Enforcement in the Marine Industry: The Latest Trends

Apr 05, 2004

By Jeanne M. Grasso and Allison L. Fennell The Lay of the Land - or Sea In the past several years, federal prosecutors increasingly have devoted time and resources to pursuing vessel owners,

Vessels: First Rigdon Vessel

Apr 05, 2004

The first of 10 Rigdon Marine vessels being launched at Bender Shipbuilding and Repair, Mobile, ALa. The Orleans is 210- by 54 ft. wide and features DP-2 navigation

Vessels: Of Christenings, Cajuns and Crawfish

Apr 05, 2004

By Larry Pearson Of all the Cajun customs in south Louisiana, boat Christenings go back, way back to shortly after the Cajuns arrived from Acadia in Canada in the 1700's.

News: Report Examines ROV Growth

Apr 05, 2004

In a recent report, the energy & marine industry analysts Douglas-Westwood, has revealed that operations of cable controlled 'work-class' remotely operated underwater

Global Awarded PEMEX Contract

Apr 05, 2004

Global Industries, Ltd. said that subsidiary Global Offshore Mexico S. de R.L. de C.V. received a letter of intent from PEMEX Exploration & Production to install

Stolt Offshore Wins $150M Contract

Apr 05, 2004

Stolt Offshore S.A. signed an interim agreement for the second phase of the Amenam project in Nigeria. The contract, once finalised, is valued at approximately $150 million.

Barge Hits Moored USCG Vessels

Apr 05, 2004

A tug pushing two barges drifted into two U.S. Coast Guard ships at the north side of the Corpus Christi Inner Harbor at 4 p.m. Wednesday. One of the barges struck

Marine Nav Data Moves to the Internet

Apr 05, 2004

Alameda, Calif. – The Eleventh Coast Guard District will begin posting weekly marine navigation information for the State of California on the Coast Guard Navigation Center’s website at http://www.


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