Wednesday, June 09, 2004 Maritime News

CAE to Provide Automation System for Navy

Jun 09, 2004

CAE’s Marine Systems division has been selected to provide an automated ship control system for the U.S. Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) program. The $3.6M

AAPA Urges Greater Support for Security

Jun 09, 2004

Significantly more federal funding assistance is urgently needed for U.S. port security, testified port industry witness Noel Cunningham today at a hearing

Australian Boats on Patrol in the Gulf

Jun 09, 2004

Austal has designed, constructed and delivered three 22 metre patrol boats to the Kuwait Coast Guard (KCG). In addition to three crew “Kassir”, “Dastoor” and

TEN Enters LNG Market

Jun 09, 2004

Tsakos Energy Navigation Limited (TEN) announced that it had signed a contract for the construction of a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) carrier. The 150,000 cubic

OMI Withdraws Offer to Merge with Stelmar

Jun 09, 2004

OMI Corporation said that it has withdrawn its previously announced offer to merge with Stelmar Shipping following Stelmar's rejection of its merger proposal

Carnival Caps Newbuilding Period with Seven Ships in Seven Months

Jun 09, 2004

With the naming of Princess Cruises' new 2,674-passenger Sapphire Princess in Seattle tomorrow, June 10, 2004, Carnival Corporation & plc will complete an unprecedented

BV Reports Further Growth

Jun 09, 2004

Bureau Veritas has posted annual results which show the eight consecutive year of annual growth averaging over 17 percent. Turnover of the Bureau Veritas group for 2003 was Euro1.

LISCR Appoints new General Manager for Greece

Jun 09, 2004

The Liberian International Ship & Corporate Registry (LISCR), the US-based manager of the Liberian Registry, has appointed Michalis (Michael) Pantazopoulos

Coast Guard Integrates HawkEye

Jun 09, 2004

Coast Guard Headquarters has designated the Group/Marine Safety Office Miami Command Center to be the first to be redesigned to meet the Coast Guard’s expanded

Washington State Ferries to Shift to Clean Fuel Initiative

Jun 09, 2004

Washington State Ferries (WSF)/Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will shift the entire ferry fleet to low-sulfur diesel fuel, test ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel,

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