Wednesday, October 19, 2005 Maritime News

NTSB Releases Final Report on Collision

Oct 19, 2005

The National Transportation Safety Board today released its final report on its investigation into the collision between a U.S. Navy submarine, the USS Greeneville,

Northrop Grumman Head Pushes to Avoid Delay

Oct 19, 2005

BY PETER DUJARDIN Northrop Grumman Chairman and CEO Ron Sugar said in a visit to the Newport News shipyard Tuesday that the yard has made improvements in meeting cost and deadline targets.

Carnival Increases Quarterly Divident by 25 Percent

Oct 19, 2005

Carnival Corporation & plc announced that it has declared a quarterly dividend of $0.25 cents per share -- an increase of 25 percent. The dividend is payable on December 9,

New Search and Rescue Patrol Aluminum Catamaran Delivered to Monroe County New York

Oct 19, 2005

Mission Marine, Ltd. delivered its Mission 338 (29’ x 11’5”) Pilot House Model to Monroe County Sheriff Marine Patrol in late August located in Monroe

General Maritime Corporation Announces Sale of Vessels

Oct 19, 2005

General Maritime Corporation announced that it has agreed to sell ten single-hull and double-sided Suezmax vessels en bloc to Tanker Pacific for $294.5 million.

Broken Fuel Line Cancels Ferry Promo Trip

Oct 19, 2005

According to News10 NBC, Rochester's fast ferry ran into some problems on Lake Ontario Tuesday causing the cancellation of a planned trip. Bay Ferries officials’

Tug sinks in Hood Canal

Oct 19, 2005

The Coast Guard and Washington Department of Ecology are jointly coordinating the response to a fuel sheen located near Port Gamble, Wash. Coast Guard and Ecology

President Bush signs DHS Appropriations Act

Oct 19, 2005

President Bush signed into law the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2006 (H.R. 2360). The legislation is summarized in the Fact Sheet issued by the White House.

USCG Restores Maritime Communications in SE Louisiana

Oct 19, 2005

The U.S. Coast Guard restored full maritime radio communications in the Venice and Port Sulphur areas of Louisiana in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina by using

Hurricanes Revive Florida Offshore Drilling Battle

Oct 19, 2005

America's thirst for energy and high fuel prices after hurricanes Katrina and Rita have rekindled the fight over oil and gas drilling off Florida, where clean

GEM, Hyundai Ink Contract for Five Tankers

Oct 19, 2005

Gulf Energy Maritime (GEM)has awarded South Korea's Hyundai Mipo Dockyard Co. Ltd. a contract for five high specification double hulled product/chemical tankers for delivery during 2006/2007.

Aker Kvaerner Deepwater Contract for Gulf of Mexico

Oct 19, 2005

Chevron, with partner Kerr-McGee, has awarded Aker Kvaerner, Inc. the semisubmersible hull and mooring system contract for their Blind Faith project in the Gulf of Mexico.

NSC1 Fabrication Unit Lifted Into Place Since Hurricane

Oct 19, 2005

The first National Security Cutter (NSC 1) fabrication unit to be lifted into place since Hurricane Katrina swept through the Gulf Coast is pictured here at Northrop Grumman's Pascagoula, Miss.


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