Tuesday, September 28, 2004 Maritime News

Austal Lauches Aluminum Ship

Sep 28, 2004

Austal has launched the largest aluminium ship ever built, the 127 metre trimaran ferry “Benchijigua Express” taking to the water for the first time early on September 25.

Port Canaveral Inner Harbor Re-opens; Ship Channel Remains Closed

Sep 28, 2004

Small vessels were permitted through the Canaveral Lock and Barge Canal to re-enter Port Canaveral. However, the channel remains closed to ship traffic pending

Carnival Reports Financial Impact of Hurricane Jeanne

Sep 28, 2004

Carnival Corporation & plc announced that it estimates the financial impact of Hurricane Jeanne on its fourth quarter earnings will be approximately $0.02 per share.

Austal Delivers Fast Twins for Hong Kong Fleet

Sep 28, 2004

Austal has delivered its latest high speed passenger catamarans to a market that did much to establish the Australian shipbuilder as a world leader in the design

Volvo Penta Introduces D9-500 for Commercial Use

Sep 28, 2004

The Volvo Penta D9-500 is a robust 9-litre diesel engine with new engine electronics and an innovative turbo. With its 500 hp, compact design and high torque

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