Tuesday, March 08, 2005 Maritime News

NY’s New ‘Taxi Driver’

Mar 08, 2005

By Don Sutherland If you want to call yourself a taxi in New York, you've got things to live up to. Take tradition. A New York taxi always beat everybody to the punch.

Harrison Brothers Contributes to a Mission of Mercy

Mar 08, 2005

Ever once in a while a truly unique marine story comes along: one where a shipyard is giving back not to the community in which it is located, but to the world.

AAPA: Ports Concerned about Security

Mar 08, 2005

Public seaports across the United States are weighing in this week on the Administration's requested Fiscal Year 2006 federal budget. Ports are deeply concerned

Bush Budget Highlights Marine Transport

Mar 08, 2005

Released on February 7, President Bush's FY 2006 proposed budget requests the highest funding for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works program in many years.

Congress Voids Certain Ad Valorem Duties on Ship Repairs

Mar 08, 2005

By Jeanne M. Grasso and Charles T. Blocksidge Trade and Technical Corrections Act of 2004 (the Act), signed into law on December 3, 2004, contains a provision that reverses a final rule,

Obituary: A.J. Rizzo

Mar 08, 2005

By Larry Pearson A.J. Rizzo died Saturday, February 26, 2005, at home in Metairie, La. at 66 years old. A.J. was a colleague of mine. He was a marine writer

Sheriff Gets New Fire/Rescue Boat

Mar 08, 2005

The Broward County Sheriff's Office Department of Fire Resucue and Emergency Service in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. has accepted delivery of Marine 6, its new FireStorm 40 Fire/Rescue boat.

Bollinger to Build Two for Bouchard

Mar 08, 2005

Bollinger Shipyards, Inc. of Lockport, La., and Bouchard Coastwise Management, Corp., Hicksville, N.Y., one of the largest operators of double hull articulated

Editor's Note

Mar 08, 2005

As we go to press with our annual cruise shipping focus in conjunction with the Miami cruise shipping show, the industry’s eyes are not necessarily on newbuild projections and new technologies,

Sea Technology Report

Mar 08, 2005

Woods Hole Explores the Deep with Unique Rope The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), the largest independent institution of its kind in the world,

Celebrating 75 Years of Ship Design

Mar 08, 2005

In 2005, Robert Allan Ltd will celebrate its 75th year of continuous business as a firm of Consulting Naval Architects. From its base in Vancouver, the company

New Products

Mar 08, 2005

ESAB Introduces New Bulk Welding Wire For the last several years, the industry standard in bulk welding wire has been ESAB’s Marathon Pac. Now, ESAB introduces its second generation Marathon Pac.

Training & Education: Learning about LNG

Mar 08, 2005

As the LNG industry continues to develop and grow, the need for effective training is greater than ever. The value of effective training is becoming more apparent

Investment in Design: New Solutions for LNG Tankers

Mar 08, 2005

With its bid for commercial marine power applications strengthened by the addition of the MT30 aeroderivative gas turbine to its range, Rolls-Royce is pushing the

Environmental Balance

Mar 08, 2005

by John W. Waterhouse, P.E., President, Elliott Bay Design Group As a designer of ships, and president of a vessel design company, I know the shipbuilding industry

MacAndrews to Deliver Afghan Cargo

Mar 08, 2005

Container shipping line, MacAndrews has launched door-to-door services for shippers that are based in North America, Europe, the Middle East or the India sub-continent and trade with Afghanistan.

Furuno Unveils Navnet VX2

Mar 08, 2005

Furuno USA introduced its latest innovation in integrated marine electronics, NavNet vx2. Since its release in 2001, Furuno’s NavNet1 series has been enjoying

Color Line, Aker Yards Sign for Cruise Ship

Mar 08, 2005

Color Line AS and Aker Yards signed a letter of intent (LOI) for the order of a second ship, a sister vessel to M/S Color Fantasy, the world's largest cruise

European Tanker Alliance Formed

Mar 08, 2005

Euronav announced the conclusion of negotiations between the representatives of Tanklog Ltd. and Euronav pursuant to which there will be a merger of the assets of Tanklog Ltd.

Northrop Grumman Wins Navy Deal

Mar 08, 2005

Northrop Grumman Ships Systems, Pascagoula, Miss., is being awarded a $10,000,000 cost-plus-fee modification to previously awarded contract (N00024-02-C-2302)


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