Friday, December 16, 2005 Maritime News

NUS unveils Professorships for Research

Dec 16, 2005

Channel NewsAsia has reported that in a boost to the offshore and marine engineering sector, the National University of Singapore has announced two professorships

Royal Navy to Launch 'D' Class Cestoyer

Dec 16, 2005

The first of the Royal Navy's new 'D' Class destroyers are set to be launched early next year. HMS Daring, the seventh vessel to carry the name, will be the

Port Commission Selects Vitol for Fuel Tank Farm

Dec 16, 2005

Negotiations are under way between the Canaveral Port Authority and international petroleum firm Vitol S.A. Inc. to build and operate a major fuel storage

Radiance Shipping Purchases RoLo Cargo Vessel

Dec 16, 2005

Radiance Shipping Line, Inc., a newly formed shipping and transportation logistics company based in Palmetto, Florida, is proud to announce the purchase of the ROLO LUZ B.

Shipbuilding CEO takes SCIA’s top honor

Dec 16, 2005

According to reports, Gary Chouest was honored with the South Central Industrial Association’s award Thursday night. As president and CEO of Edison Chouest Offshore,

ABS Wins Class Contract for FPSO

Dec 16, 2005

Reports indicate that ABS has been awarded the class contract for the Agbami FPSO by South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering. ABS will class the Star Deep Water Petroleum Ltd.

Williamson & Associates Complete Seatrials

Dec 16, 2005

Williamson & Associates, Inc. of Seattle, Washington has completed construction of a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) designed to obtain 20 meters of rock core in water depths to 6000 meters.

Mass. Overturns Firing of School Leader

Dec 16, 2005

According to the AP the Mass. state Board of Higher Education reversed the firing of the president of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy, who was fired by

Study – U.S. polar icebreaker Roles and Needs

Dec 16, 2005

The National Research Council released its preliminary assessment of Polar Icebreaker Roles and U.S. Future Needs . The study is part of a comprehensive

Coast Guard Temporarily Relieves Captain

Dec 16, 2005

Reports indicate that the captain oof the new Coast Guard icebreaker was temporarily relieved of command after an accident that dented the $90 million ship. As

Navy submarine arrives at Kittery for inactivation

Dec 16, 2005

AP reported that the attack submarine USS Salt Lake City arrived Thursday at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, which will serve as its last stop before the submarine is dismantled and scrapped.

Carnival Reports 4Q and Year Earnings

Dec 16, 2005

Carnival Corporation & plc reported record net income of $353 million, or $0.43 diluted EPS, on revenues of $2.6 billion for its fourth quarter ended November 30, 2005.

USCG – Dangerous Cargo Definition and eNOA/D

Dec 16, 2005

The U.S. Coast Guard is making permanent its prior temporary rule amending the definition of “certain dangerous cargoes” and adding an option for vessels to submit notices of arrival electronically.

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