Friday, September 16, 2005 Maritime News

Massive Oil Spill Clean Up Underway

Sep 16, 2005

Despite initial contentions that there were only two major oil spills in the wake of Katrina, details released by the U.S. Coast Guard indicate that the problem is much larger.

USCG Forms Maritime Recovery, Restoration Task Force

Sep 16, 2005

ST. LOUIS - The U.S. Coast Guard announced the formation of a Maritime Recovery and Restoration Task Force here to assist incident commanders engaged in Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.

Gulf of Mexico Port Update

Sep 16, 2005

The U.S. Department of Transportation issued the following status report on ports affected by Hurricane Katrina: Port of New Orleans: Operational to 42 feet

Fed Funds Gets NOLA Transport Rolling

Sep 16, 2005

U.S. Transportation Secretary Norman Y. Mineta traveled to New Orleans to announce the first installment of federal funding and the deployment of additional resources

This Day in Naval History - Sept. 16

Sep 16, 2005

From the Navy News Service 1854 - Cmdr. David G. Farragut takes possession of Mare Island, the first U.S. Navy Yard on the Pacific. 1917 - Navy Department authorizes

This Day in Naval History - Sept. 16

Sep 16, 2005

From the Navy News Service 1854 - Cmdr. David G. Farragut takes possession of Mare Island, the first U.S. Navy Yard on the Pacific. 1917 - Navy Department authorizes

Wilh. Wilhelmsen, SvitzerWijsmuller Join Forces

Sep 16, 2005

Abeer Marine Services (AMS), a company in the Wilh. Wilhelmsen group (WW) will establish a joint operating company with the Maersk-owned SvitzerWijsmuller (SW).

Unique Bulk Carrier Launched

Sep 16, 2005

The Graig Group has launched a unique double-hull handysize bulk carrier design with an eight-ship order in Vietnam. Graig has contracted four Graig Carl Bro-designed Diamond 34 bulkers,

Costa Serena Takes Shape in Italy

Sep 16, 2005

Costa Crociere announced the name of its new ship, which will join the fleet in May 2007. The ship was named Costa Serena during a ceremony of the laying of the

DD(X) Completes Design Review

Sep 16, 2005

The U.S. Navy successfully achieved a significant milestone for the multi-mission DD(X) destroyer with the completion of a system-wide Critical Design Review (CDR) on Sept.

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