Thursday, September 15, 2005 Maritime News

ACB Wins Boat Contract

Sep 15, 2005

According to a report in the Bellingham Herald, Aluminum Chambered Boats Inc. (ACB) will build 62 boats for the U.S. Marine Corps, a contract worth a reported $20 million.

Casino Ship Sold at Auction

Sep 15, 2005

According to a report in the Miami Herald: “The gaming ship once operated by St. Tropez Casino Cruises was sold in a courthouse auction Tuesday to a giant ship-management company for $3.

IEA to Offer 60 Million Barrels

Sep 15, 2005

The IEA Governing Board, after reviewing its initial collective response action on September 2 to disrupted oil supplies in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, has

Northrop Grumman Gulf Coast Employees Return to Work

Sep 15, 2005

Two employees at Northrop Grumman Corporation's New Orleans Operations reestablish shore power to Polar Enterprise, a double-hull tanker under construction for ConocoPhilips, Tuesday, Sept.

NASSCO Starts Third T-AKE Ship

Sep 15, 2005

Graham Dodd, NASSCO’s Director of Steel, and Mike Trimble, Military Sealift Command (MSC) Ship’s Project Manager, pose with Navy Captain Mike Stanton, Commanding Officer,

CNO Outlines Navy's Future

Sep 15, 2005

NAVAL SUBMARINE BASE NEW LONDON, GROTON, Conn. (NNS) -- Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen made a visit to Wilkinson Hall Sept. 13 and held an all-hands

Bollinger Shipyards Updates Status

Sep 15, 2005

Bollinger Shipyards reports that it has been successful in re-opening Bollinger Quick Repair in Harvey, Bollinger Gretna, and Bollinger Algiers on the river. Ancillary services at each of these yards,

SCI Helps in Katrina's Wake

Sep 15, 2005

The Seamen’s Church Institute is making grants and interest-free loans to active mariners and immediate family members affected by Hurricane Katrina. You may

EC States May Adopt Criminal Sanctions

Sep 15, 2005

The European Commission (EC) lauded a recent decision of the Court of Justice holding that the European Community has the power to require member states to adopt

Hearing on Marine Debris

Sep 15, 2005

On September 29, the Subcommittees on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation and on Fisheries and Oceans of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure

Wood Packaging Materials: U.S. Enforcement

Sep 15, 2005

The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) issued a Press Release stating that, effective September 16, 2005, it will enforce the new requirements for

USCG Assists Merchant Mariners Affected by Katrina

Sep 15, 2005

WASHINGTON -- The Coast Guard is moving quickly to restore vital services to merchant mariners in the New Orleans area. Regional Examination Center (REC) Houston,

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