Monday, May 10, 2004 Maritime News

More Sets of Eyes

May 10, 2004

By Larry Pearson Closed circuit television (CCTV) has become a common system on most supply boats serving the Gulf of Mexico. One company that makes extensive

What is in John Garner's Pocket

May 10, 2004

By Don Sutherland You don't really know a boat until she's hauled. Plying her trade on the water, her best half's submerged out of sight. We think we recognize her - "oh,

Outboard Engines

May 10, 2004

Iveco Introduces First Engine in New Line Iveco Motors Of North America, a subsidiary of Iveco Motors is making waves in the marine industry with the introduction of the NEF 370,

Two Incat Ferries Launched

May 10, 2004

Incat Designs has launched two new ferries. The 43m Seastreak Highlands was launched at Gladding Hearn's Massachusetts (USA) yard in late February. This was followed

Crew Boat Delivered to MES

May 10, 2004

SeaArk Marine and Alan C. McClure Associates (ACMA) teamed to design, build and deliver a customized crew boat to Maryland Environmental Services (MES). The 48-ft.

Gladding-Hearn Starts New Ferry

May 10, 2004

Bay State Cruise Company ordered a 149-passenger high-speed ferry from Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation, for service between Boston and Provincetown, Mass.

Military, State Orders Buoy Patrol Boat Market

May 10, 2004

By Larry Pearson Even before the events of 9/11, the patrol boat market for the Navy, Coast Guard and individual state law enforcement departments was very active.

Ship Disposal Encounters Enviro, Political Hurdles

May 10, 2004

By Joan M. Bondareff and Charles T. Blocksidge In 2001, Congress directed the Maritime Administration (MarAd) to dispose of all obsolete vessels in its inventory by September 30,

News: Massive VA Terminal Project to Bring Work

May 10, 2004

APM Terminals North America Inc. announced plans to build a container terminal located on the Elizabeth River in Portsmouth, Va. Dredging is expected to start later this year,

News: Austal Launches Lake Express

May 10, 2004

On March 20, Austal USA launched its seventh and largest vessel to date. Lake Express, a 192 ft. high-speed vehicle-passenger ferry rolled out of Austal's purpose-built

News: Kvichak Delivers Cama'i, Awarded Contract

May 10, 2004

Kvichak Marine Industries has delivered the Cama'i, a 69 x 25-ft. aluminum catamaran to the Department of Public Safety Division of Alaska State Troopers. Designed by Crowther Multihulls,

News: Mission Marine Makes a Delivery for the Port Clinton

May 10, 2004

Mission Marine, a Sandusky boat-builder, delivered its Mission 288 to the Port Clinton Police Department in Ohio. The 25-ft. boat with a wide 11.5-ft. beam was

News: Northwind Develops Unmanned Surveillance Boat

May 10, 2004

Air dropable, ship deployable and multi-mission configurable, Northwind Marine's unmanned surface vehicle (USV); the SeaFox is a little package designed to deliver

TTS to Deliver for World's Largest Cruise Ship

May 10, 2004

TTS Ships Equipment AB, a subsidiary of Norway’s TTS Group will deliver specially designed and built cargo access gear for installation aboard the Ultra Voyager cruise vessel,

New Contract for NAT

May 10, 2004

Nordic American Tanker Shipping Ltd. concluded an agreement to charter to Gulf Navigation Company LLC of Dubai, U.A.E. the first of its modern double-hull Suezmax

New Courses Examine Ship Structure Fatigue

May 10, 2004

BMT Fleet Technology Ltd, a subsidiary of British Maritime Technology Ltd (BMT), is planning a new series of ship structure fatigue and fracture courses for naval architects,

Navi-Trainer 4000 Installed in Tenerife

May 10, 2004

Transas Europe GmbH has successfully commissioned a Navi-Trainer 4000 Fishing Simulation System combined with TGS 4100 GMDSS Simulation System and ERS 4000 Simulation System at Tenerife, Spain.

Canada Debuts New Marine Enviro Law

May 10, 2004

The Honourable David Anderson, Minister of the Environment tabled legislation in the House of Commons that will allow Canada to more forcefully protect its marine environments from polluters.

Canada Commits Funds to Port Security

May 10, 2004

The Government of Canada will assist Canada's ports with the cost of modernizing and strengthening their security systems and programs. The funding announcement

Garbage Barge, European Style

May 10, 2004

The European Commission decided today to authorise a Belgium Flemish scheme to promote domestic waste transport through inland waterways. The project will offset


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