Monday, July 19, 2004 Maritime News

This Day in Naval History - July 20

Jul 19, 2004

From the Navy News Service 1846 - First visit of U.S. warships (USS Columbus and USS Vincennes) to Japan is unsuccessful in negotiating a treaty. 1960 - In first launch of Polaris missile,

High Speed Vessel Shows RIMPAC the Future

Jul 19, 2004

By Chief Journalist Fred Frailey, RIMPAC Combined Information Bureau The Navy's newest experimental ship sailed into Pearl Harbor July 5 to participate in

DOT: New Initiative for Loan and Credit Programs

Jul 19, 2004

The U.S. Department of Transportation announced the establishment of a department-wide Credit Council to enhance oversight and management of the Department’s direct

Multraship Completes Danish Salvage

Jul 19, 2004

Multraship Salvage has completed another salvage of a vessel grounded in the shallows of the Danish Great Belt. The Bulgarian-flag 38,511 dwt bulker Petimata OT

Shipyard Responsible For Poor Construction

Jul 19, 2004

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ruled that a shipyard is responsible under products liability for poor construction. In the instant case,

Text of Extremely Hazardous Materials Transportation Security bill

Jul 19, 2004

Text of H.R. 4824 – the Extremely Hazardous Materials Transportation Security Act of 2004 – has been posted on the Internet. This bill, if enacted,

Text of Essential Waterways Operations and Maintenance Bill

Jul 19, 2004

Text of H.R. 4819 – the Essential Waterways Operations and Maintenance Act of 2004 – has been posted on the Internet. This bill, if enacted, would make available

Gaming Boat Detained for Safety Violations

Jul 19, 2004

The Coast Guard Marine Safety Detachment has issued a captain of the port order to the Sterling Casino Liner, Ambassador II, and detained the vessel in the Port

Protocol Proposed to Netherlands-U.S. Tax Treaty

Jul 19, 2004

President Bush sent a Message to the U.S. Senate transmitting for advice and consent to ratification a Protocol that would, if adopted, modify the Netherlands-U.

Bisso Completes Mad Dog Lift

Jul 19, 2004

Bisso Marine Company, Inc. heavy lift crews recently loaded out a 620 ton booster compression module for the Mad Dog project for British Petroleum. The lift was

Port Security Grant for R&D

Jul 19, 2004

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) awarded $1.62 million for research and development (R&D) of port security enhancements. The award is for development

Suisun Bay – Security Zone Proposed

Jul 19, 2004

The U.S. Coast Guard proposes to establish security zones in the waters adjacent to the three piers of the Military Ocean Terminal Concord (MOTCO), formerly the Naval Weapons Center Concord,

Cape Fear River – Security Zone

Jul 19, 2004

The U.S. Coast Guard established a temporary security zone at the North Carolina State Pier Authority (NCSPA), Wilmington, to include portions of the Cape Fear River and Eagle Island.


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