Tuesday, January 18, 2005 Maritime News

Ship Engineers Sentenced for False Statements

Jan 18, 2005

Thomas L. Sansonetti, Assistant Attorney General for the Justice Department’s Environment and Natural Resources Division, and Paula D. Silsby, United States Attorney for the District of Maine,

Fishing Vessel and Tanker Collide

Jan 18, 2005

Humber Coastguard received a MAY DAY call from the 13 metre fishing vessel Aquarius reporting they were taking in water with 3 persons on board approximately 16 miles East of Amble.

CP Ships’ Lykes Lines Awarded $145M Contract

Jan 18, 2005

The US Department of Transportation has granted Lykes Lines, a subsidiary of CP Ships, the right to operate five US-flag containerships in its new Maritime

Mesa Verde (LPD 19) Christened

Jan 18, 2005

In a traditional naval ceremony blended with Native American traditions and symbolism, the amphibious transport dock ship LPD 19 was christened Mesa Verde in front of more than 1,000 guests.

Historic Side-wheeler to Operate on Yukon River this Summer

Jan 18, 2005

Elliott Bay Design Group of Seattle recently completed stability tests and calculations for the KLONDIKE SPIRIT, an all-steel side-wheeler recently built on the Yukon River in Alaska.

Aker Finnyards: Negotiations with Employee Reps Concluded

Jan 18, 2005

Since the beginning of 2005 Finland's three largest shipyards in Helsinki, Rauma and Turku have been working as one company, the new Aker Finnyards. As a part of the restructuring,

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