Thursday, August 19, 2004 Maritime News

Southco Opens New Support Center in FL

Aug 19, 2004

To provide a level of service to the boat building industry, Southco Marine, Inc. has opened a new customer support center in West Melbourne, Florida. The 4,

Submarine Force Moves Forward in IP Connectivity for Fleet

Aug 19, 2004

The Submarine Force achieved a major step toward FORCEnet capability July 1, with the completion of the first of three steps toward full Internet Protocol,

Aker Yards Extends Option for Second Ultra Voyager

Aug 19, 2004

Kvaerner Masa-Yards, part of Aker Yards, announces that it has agreed with Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. to extended an option to purchase a second Ultra Voyager ship,

New Navy Ship Named

Aug 19, 2004

Secretary of the Navy Gordon R. England has named the Navy’s next amphibious transport dock ship in honor of the city of Anchorage, Alaska.

General Maritime Corporation Appoints Pribor as CFO

Aug 19, 2004

General Maritime Corporation announced that it has appointed Jeffrey D. Pribor as its Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Pribor will join General Maritime on September 1, 2004.

New and amended TSSs

Aug 19, 2004

The IMO issued a Circular announcing three new and two amended traffic separation schemes (TSSs). The new TSSs are (1) “Off Ra’s al kuh”; (2) Approaches

Volvo Penta Launches New Engines

Aug 19, 2004

Volvo Penta is continuing with the renewal of its product range. Launches this autumn will include the D9 diesel engine and high-performance versions of the

Northrop Grumman Wins Contract to Supply Navigation

Aug 19, 2004

Radar Sets for U.S. Navy Submarines Northrop Grumman Corporation has been awarded a contract by the Naval Sea Systems Command to supply navigation radar sets

Owners not Protected from Government Changing Rules

Aug 19, 2004

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has reminded us that owners are not protected against adverse impacts when government changes the rules.

ILO Convention on Seafarers’ ID card to Come into Force

Aug 19, 2004

The International Labor Organization (ILO) issued a Press Release stating that ILO Convention 185 establishing a new biometric identity verification system

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