Tuesday, March 21, 2006 Maritime News

Coast Guard, Dept. of Ecology to Conduct Investigation

Mar 21, 2006

The Coast Guard, the Washington State Department of Ecology and the City of Seattle Public Utilities continue to investigate the cause of the patches of light

Blue Star Maritime to Sell Catamaran

Mar 21, 2006

Greece's Blue Star Maritime SA said it signed an agreement to sell its catamaran Seajet 2 for $3.6M to the Sea Jet II Shipping Co The delivery of the vessel

Ship Collision Kills Three

Mar 21, 2006

Three Chinese sailors aboard a cargo ship were killed and nine others are missing following a collision with another vessel near Inchon Port of the Republic of Korea (ROK) yesterday.

RCL Appoints Martin as VP and Treasurer

Mar 21, 2006

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has named Thomas Martin Senior Vice President and Treasurer. He assumes responsibility for financing, cash management, banking and credit agency relationships,

Bay Marine Designs New Research Vessel

Mar 21, 2006

Bay Marine, Inc., a Barrington, RI Naval Architecture company, recently completed their a technologically advanced ship design. Company president, Dave Bonney,

BW Group May Sell Shares in Offshore Unit

Mar 21, 2006

Helmut Sohmen, chairman of BW Group Ltd. may sell shares in its offshore unit as producers order oil platforms to drill fields in deeper water, according to a Bloomburg report.

NAVSEA Hosts LCS Forum

Mar 21, 2006

Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) held a media forum Wednesday to educate reporters about Human Systems Integration (HSI) Directorate and the Littoral Combat Ship

Transatlantic Rederi Signs SVDR Contract

Mar 21, 2006

Transas won the contract to fit the Transatlantic Cargo ship fleet with Simplified Voyage Data Recorders (S-VDR) starting immediately. S-VDRs, as they are known in the maritime industry,

This Day in Naval History - March 21

Mar 21, 2006

From the Navy News Service 1917 - Loretta Walsh becomes the first woman Navy petty officer when she is sworn in as a chief yeoman. 1919 - The Navy installs and tests a Sperry gyrocompass,

Atwood Oceanics Announces Vicksburg Contract

Mar 21, 2006

Atwood Oceanics, Inc. (a Houston based International Offshore Drilling Contractor) said that the VICKSBURG (owned and operated by its wholly owned subsidiary Atwood

Keppel to Develop Qatar Shipyard

Mar 21, 2006

Keppel Offshore and Marine has signed an agreement with Qatar Gas Transport Company to jointly develop and manage a major new facility in the Port of Ras Laffan in Qatar.

U.S. Navy Ships Return Fire on Suspected Pirates

Mar 21, 2006

From U.S. Naval Forces Central Command Public Affairs An armed suspected pirate looks over the edge of a skiff, in international waters off the coast of Somalia.

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