Wednesday, July 20, 2005 Maritime News

The Fleet Week: Shipdocking Extravaganza

Jul 20, 2005

By Don Sutherland When was the last time 15 ocean ships docked almost all at once in New York, and undocked again, and sometimes redocked in-between, all in

Military Uses for High-Speed Vessels

Jul 20, 2005

By Lara B. Mathews and Karim K. Shehadeh High-speed aluminum vessels are well-recognized and established as providing excellent service in a number of capacities

Playing the Tier Game

Jul 20, 2005

By Larry Pearson With few exceptions, marine power is diesel power and emissions levels from diesel engines are coming under increased scrutiny and regulations

A New Port in Paulsboro, New Jersey?

Jul 20, 2005

With its two marine terminals bursting at over-capacity and no room to grow in the rejuvenating Camden City, the South Jersey Port Corporation (SJPC) authorized

Rigdon PSV Fleet Continues to Grow

Jul 20, 2005

Larry Rigdon, president and chief executive officer of Rigdon Marine announced the delivery of the M/V St. Louis, the eighth of 10 GPA 640 platform support vessels

Integrated Improvement for Tug

Jul 20, 2005

Young Brothers, Ltd.'s tug, the Hoku Ke'a, has returned to service after being fitted with Nautican Research and Development Ltd.'s new Integrated Nozzle and Rudder Units at Foss Shipyards in Seattle.

Kvichak Marine Delivers

Jul 20, 2005

Kvichak Marine recently delivered a 40-ft. Fast Response fireboat to the Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACFD). Designed by Jensen Maritime Consultants of Seattle,

Ward Leonard Acquires Mawdsley’s Motors

Jul 20, 2005

Ward Leonard Electric Company, a high-performance electronics engineering and manufacturing company, has completed its acquisition of Mawdsley’s Motors of Waterwells, England.

MarAd Approves Four Applications

Jul 20, 2005

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) has approved four applications under Section 9 of the Shipping Act, 1916, as amended. They include: Ø U.S. Bank National Association,

A&P wins Conversion Contract

Jul 20, 2005

A&P Tyne Ltd, part of UK’s A&P Group, was awarded the first phase of a multi-million dollar conversion contract involving the 14,793 grt Dock Express 20 by De Beers Marine (Pty) Ltd of South Africa.

Wallem Group Expands in Asia

Jul 20, 2005

In Qingdao, on July 1, 2005, Cosco Wallem Shipmanagement Co. started providing shipmanangement services to international and PRC owners. The new company is a joint

Tank Level Rule Making Suspended

Jul 20, 2005

The U.S. Coast Guard is suspending, for at least three years, its rulemaking regarding tank level or pressure monitoring devices on single-hull tank vessels.

Performance Assessment of Alternative Tanker Designs

Jul 20, 2005

The U.S. Coast Guard is making available the Environmental Equivalency Evaluation Index (EEEI), which is intended to establish a methodology to assess the oil outflow

 

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