Friday, October 21, 2005 Maritime News

New Carnival Ship to Enter Service in 2008

Oct 21, 2005

Carnival Corporation & plc has assigned the newbuild slot for the previously announced 116,000-ton cruise ship to U.K.-based P&O Cruises. To be built by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri,

TOP Tankers Takes Delivery of M/T Stormless

Oct 21, 2005

TOP Tankers Inc. took delivery of M/T Stormless, a 150,038 DWT double-hull Suezmax tanker, built in 1993 by Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co. Ltd of Japan.

MV Mark Twain Given Green Light

Oct 21, 2005

The MV Mark Twain is sailing the high seas again. The Department of Maritime Affairs has informed the general public that the MV Mark Twain had been cleared

Post-Hurricane Pollution Recovery Continues

Oct 21, 2005

Personnel from the multi-agency unified command here continue to assess, investigate and oversee the cleanup of six major and three medium oil spills caused by

Sember Honored By U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

Oct 21, 2005

The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) will honor ABS’ Vice President of Energy Development William J. Sember with its RearAdmiral Lauren S. McCready Award

ACP Announces Fiscal Year 2005 Metrics

Oct 21, 2005

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) announced operational metrics for the 2005 fiscal year (FY 05). Year-end statistics reveal a significant drop in Canal Waters Time (CWT),

Pirovano Joins Bradford Marine

Oct 21, 2005

Bradford Marine announced that John Pirovano joined the Bradford Marine Team as Sales and Marketing Manager. John brings over 25 years experience in the yachting industry to Bradford Marine.

Cruise Firm Switches to Online Purchasing

Oct 21, 2005

Royal Caribbean Cruises has implemented electronic purchasing technology to cut the $1bn it spends annually on resources for its ships. The cruise operator

Lawmaker Wants Review of Cruise Ship Deal

Oct 21, 2005

A top House Democrat called on federal officials to justify their decision to sign a $236 million deal with Carnival Cruise Lines for Hurricane Katrina housing,

Navy Construction Force’s Largest Project Progressing

Oct 21, 2005

By Journalist 3rd Class Nick Young, Fleet Public Affairs Center Pacific Sixty-one Sailors from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 74 are supporting

Port of LA Channel Deepening Project Assessed

Oct 21, 2005

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued a supplemental notice of intent regarding changes and additional considerations to be made to the Supplemental

Trinity Yachts of Gulfport & New Orleans christens superyachts Zoom Zoom Zoom and Lady Florence at F

Oct 21, 2005

Trinity Yachts will Christen their two recent deliveries of M/Y Zoom Zoom Zoom with the exterior design by Geoff van Aller and M/Y Lady Florence at the exclusive

International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds Assembly

Oct 21, 2005

INTERTANKO and ICS restate their full support for the measures that have evolved from the Working Group of the IOPC Fund Assembly. Over the past five years the

Navy Awards General Dynamics $13M Contract

Oct 21, 2005

The U.S. Navy has awarded General Dynamics Electric Boat a $13-million contract modification for an additional year of reactor-plant planning yard services.

Xtreme Delivers Fire-Rescue Boat to Taiwan

Oct 21, 2005

Xtreme Companies, Inc. manufacturer of mission-specific Fire-Rescue and Patrol boats, announced the delivery of its subsidiary 'First Responders Inc.'s' first ever international sale.

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