June, 2005 Maritime News

Euronav NV Implements Tanklog Transaction

Jun 29, 2005

Euronav NV completed the first tranche of the implementation of the Tanklog transaction. Five newbuilding contracts and two bareboat time charter contracts were

Ship Managers Cooperate To Set Key Performance Indicators

Jun 29, 2005

Self-Regulation of the global ship management sector has taken a step nearer reality following the announcement that a method has been developed to set an industry-wide

Tonnage Tax Window Opens on Changes

Jun 29, 2005

A new window of opportunity to opt to enter the UK's successful Tonnage Tax regime opens July 1, 2005, says leading shipping accountancy firm Moore Stephens.

650 Ton Crane for Naples Port

Jun 29, 2005

In order to avoid traffic problems Naples port's new maxi-crane arrived by night. The new crane destined for Cantieri del Mediterraneo Spa can lift 650

This Day in Naval History - June 28

Jun 28, 2005

1794 - Joshua Humphreys appointed master builder to build Navy ships at an annual salary of $2,000. 1814 - USS Wasp captures HMS Reindeer. 1865 - CSS Shenandoah

Sonar Test Engineer Covered by LHWCA

Jun 27, 2005

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled that a sonar test engineer comes under the coverage of the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA).

Bill to Authorize Appropriations for USCG

Jun 27, 2005

Senator Snowe (R-ME) introduced the Coast Guard Authorization Act of 2005 (S. 1280) to authorize appropriations for fiscal years 2006 and 2007 for the United States Coast Guard,

IMO to Launch Maritime Bravery Award

Jun 27, 2005

A special award for courage at sea is to be inaugurated by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). At its 94th session last week (20 to 24 June), the

Bullfrog Delivers Rescue Boat

Jun 27, 2005

Bullfrog Boats delivered a 17-ft. rescue boat to Camano Island Fire and Rescue. Craig Henderson, owner of Bullfrog Boats said, “The people at Camano Island Fire

Rowan Wins North Sea Contract

Jun 27, 2005

Rowan Companies won a term drilling contract for use of the Rowan Gorilla VII in the North Sea commencing in August 2005. The contract provides for a one-year

False Citizenship Claim Leads to Conviction

Jun 27, 2005

R. Alexander Acosta, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, Hal Robbins, Special Agent in Charge, Southeast Division, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA),

Bridge Installed on Costa Concordia

Jun 27, 2005

Work is proceeding apace at Fincantieri's Genoa Sestri Ponente shipyard on the construction of Costa Crociere's new flagship Costa Concordia, which will be Italy's

Nontank vessel Oil Spill Response pPlans: Comments Sought

Jun 24, 2005

The U.S. Coast Guard issued a notice and is seeking comments relating to the recent legislative requirement for nontank vessels of 400 gross tons ITC and greater

Navy RHIB

Jun 24, 2005

A Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB) returns to the guided missile cruiser USS Cowpens (CG 63) after conducting exercises in the Coral Sea. Carried on most U.S. Navy vessels,

Kursiu Linija invests in Europe

Jun 24, 2005

Short sea operator Kursiu Linija has expanded its European office network and invested heavily in improved IT systems in order to meet growing demand for short

Navy Contract Awarded

Jun 24, 2005

AEPCO Marine, Virginia Beach, Va.; Lyon Shipyard, Inc., Norfolk, Va.; Tecnico Corp., Chesapeake, Va.; and Norfolk Shiprepair and Drydock Co., Inc., Norfolk, Va.

This Day in Naval History - June 24

Jun 24, 2005

From the Navy News Service 1833 - USS Constitution enters drydock at Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston for overhaul. The ship was saved from scrapping after public

Amendments to Canada Marine Act

Jun 23, 2005

Transport Minister Jean-C. Lapierre announced that amendments to the Canada Marine Act have been introduced in Parliament. These amendments would provide Canada

Hearing on Detecting Nuclear Weapons

Jun 23, 2005

The Subcommittees on Prevention of Nuclear and Biological Attack and on Emergency Preparedness, Science, and Technology of the House Committee on Homeland

Marine LNG Spills: Comment Period Reopened

Jun 23, 2005

The U.S. Coast Guard has reopened, until August 22, the comment period on the petition from the City of Fall River, Massachusetts. The petition asks the agency

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