Friday, August 25, 2006 Maritime News

China to Update Maritime Rescue System

Aug 25, 2006

The China Rescue and Salvage Bureau announced plans to updated offshore rescue Operational by 2010, the new system will mean rescue vessels will be able to

Three Groundings Cause Closure of Mississippi River

Aug 25, 2006

Investigators are working to determine the cause of three separate accidents that occurred along the river on Thursday. The 140-ft. towboat Capt. Russell

AXSMarine Releases New Vessel Manager

Aug 25, 2006

AXSMarine tools are designed to respond to the specific needs of charterers, owners, operators and brokers in dry bulk, wet bulk and liner shipping; these

Shipbuilder CSE to Seek Funding

Aug 25, 2006

The Star has reported that Canadian Shipbuilding & Engineering Ltd. (CSE) will seek government money, cut labour costs and restructure before resorting to a sales process if necessary,

HMS Clyde Naming Ceremony Scheduled for September

Aug 25, 2006

HMS Clyde is an 262.2 ft. offshore patrol vessel for the Royal Navy which has been built by VT Shipbuilding and will be used as the new Falkland Islands patrol ship.

Harbor Technologies Receives Development Grant

Aug 25, 2006

Harbor Technologies, Inc., a provider of innovative and cost-effective composite solutions to the marine infrastructure market, announces that it has received a $418,

Navy Commissions Attack Submarine Texas

Aug 25, 2006

The Navy will commission the USS Texas, second ship of the Virginia attack submarine class, Saturday, Sept. 9 during a ceremony at the Port of Galveston piers in Galveston, Texas.

LCS Mine Warfare Sailors Complete RMS Operational Assessment

Aug 25, 2006

The Remote Minehunting System (RMS) successfully completed the test phase of a formal Operational Assessment designed to validate the system's mine hunting

New Deepwater Port Application Received

Aug 25, 2006

Woodside Natural Gas, Inc. (Woodside) filed its application with the United States Coast Guard and the Maritime Administration on August 18, 2006 for a license under the Deepwater Port Act,

Professor Says Demands On Ports Make Them More Vulnerable

Aug 25, 2006

America's ports could be a weak link in America's economy, says a maritime ports expert at the Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University. Michael Maloni, Ph.

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