Monday, September 11, 2006 Maritime News

EU Commissioner: Common Maritime Policy is Critical

Sep 11, 2006

EU Commissioner Joe Borg said that Europe's maritime economy is of critical importance and therefore it is important to embrace a common maritime policy that

MarAd Announces Vessel Sale and Tranfer

Sep 11, 2006

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) has given approval to C.S. Global Sentinel, L.P., of Baltimore, MD, to transfer the industrial vessel Global Sentinel, Official No.

Midsized Korean Shipbuilders on the Rise

Sep 11, 2006

While shipbuilding giants such as Hyundai, Samsung and Daewoo are devouring orders for ultra-large vessels with unmatched technology, midsized shipbuilders are

9/11 Heroes: Corps of Engineers' Boat Crews

Sep 11, 2006

Immediately after the second tower of the World Trade Center collapsed Sept. 11, 2001, members of the Corps of Engineers' fleet were underway. Stationed

Safeway Maritime Takes Delivery of Incat Ferry

Sep 11, 2006

Honduras-based operator Safeway Maritime Transportation Co., has just taken delivery of its first Incat Crowther catamaran ferry for operation on the north coast

USS Columbia Recognized for Last Deployment

Sep 11, 2006

USS Columbia (SSN 771) received the Meritorious Unit Commendation for its last deployment, Sept. 5, just minutes before setting the maneuvering detail and departing for another.

Shipyard Builds Container Vessel in 54 Days

Sep 11, 2006

According to reports, Shanghai Shipyard & Chengxi Shipyard Company Ltd built a 3,500 TEU container vessel in only 54 days, breaking China's record of 60 days for a mid-sized container vessel.

VT Halter Looks for Workers

Sep 11, 2006

The AP has reported that the hurricane swamped the shipbuilder's three facilities in Jackson County under 20 feet of water, but a year later the company is again

Ganger Rolf Orders Newbuildings

Sep 11, 2006

First Olsen Ltd., which is owned 50/50 by Bonheur ASA and Ganger Rolf ASA, is advising of a Letter of Intent for newbuilding contracts for two suezmax tankers

BIMCO Signs New Agreement with Coast Guard

Sep 11, 2006

BIMCO’s President Knud Pontoppidan and U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral Craig Bone signed a new partnership agreement at U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters in September 7.

Schat-Harding Buys Lyttelton Marine

Sep 11, 2006

Schat-Harding has purchased the independent lifeboat servicing business of Singapore-based Lyttelton Marine. David Bradley, Schat-Harding group after sales and service manager says,

Fast Ferry Demand for Tailor-made Seating

Sep 11, 2006

To better address the seating needs of today's fast ferry and passenger ship industry, Modell-Møbler is evolving into a more focused manufacturer, targeting tailor-made

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