Tuesday, November 07, 2006 Maritime News

ASRY Delivers Tanker

Nov 07, 2006

According to KUNA, Bahrain-based Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard Company delivered an oil tanker to Kuwait Oil Tanker Company. The delivery ceremony was attended

GD Gets $13M Navy Pact

Nov 07, 2006

According to AP, General Dynamics Inc. has received a $13.3m contract modification from the Navy for its surface electronic warfare improvement program. The pact will provide program management,

Five Costa Ships to be Deployed in Caribbean and S. America

Nov 07, 2006

In November and December 2006 five Costa Crociere ships will set sail from the Savona Palacrociere, the terminal managed by the Company, on transatlantic cruises

Keppel AmFELS on Course for Delivery of Jackup Rig

Nov 07, 2006

Keppel AmFELS Inc., is expected to deliver the first of its five jackup rigs on time and within budget for Scorpion Offshore Ltd. Keppel AmFELS launched the

Aker Yards Integration Process Moves into Implementation Phase

Nov 07, 2006

Aker Yards has announced its new business model for its shipyards in business area cruise & ferries. The new business model, presented today to the management and employee representatives,

GL at Maritime Vietnam

Nov 07, 2006

The entire spectrum of classification services for ship newbuilding, fleet in service and certification of materials and components is being presented by Germanischer

Allan Awarded IMO International Maritime Prize

Nov 07, 2006

The International Maritime Prize for 2005 has been presented to Dr. Tom Allan (United Kingdom), former Chairman of the IMO Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) and

UK Returns to Semi-Submersible Rig Building

Nov 07, 2006

Britain is to return to the world of semi-submersible rig building for the first time in two decades as prices soar and shipyards in South Korea run out of space.

Seacor Awards Kongsberg Maritime Contract

Nov 07, 2006

Kongsberg Maritime Inc. has been awarded a contract to supply the Class 2 Dynamic Positioning Systems for six Gulfcraft crewboats (hulls 462-467) currently

Ship Banned in Port of Charleston Until Leak Contained

Nov 07, 2006

The Captain of the Port of Charleston issued a captain of the port order Nov. 2 on the 616-ft. container ship Star Fuji, preventing it from entering the port

TSA Issues Security Threat Assessment Application

Nov 07, 2006

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) issued a notice stating that it is seeking approval from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to require

Deal Revives SA Shipbuilding

Nov 07, 2006

According to reports, there was a buzz of excitement at Dormac on Friday when the keel-laying ceremony for a oil bunker barge commissioned by Smit Amandla Marine

GEM's Gulf Esprit Named

Nov 07, 2006

The $55mGulf Esprit - the first of 13 double-hulled tankers ordered by Dubai-headquartered Gulf Energy Maritime (GEM), the Middle East's largest independent commercial

C2SAT Awarded Stabilized VSAT Order

Nov 07, 2006

C2SAT announces the vessel GG505 POLAR to be first ship in the Nordic Fishing Fleet to be equipped with the C2SAT patented unique Stabilised VSAT Antenna. Lars-Uno

Northrop Grumman Gets $1.45b Contract

Nov 07, 2006

Northrop Grumman Corporation has received a $1.45b U.S. Navy shipbuilding contract for the construction and further development of a new San Antonio (LPD 17)-class ship.

Euronav Records Good 3Q Results

Nov 07, 2006

The executive committee of Euronav NV reported its provisional financial results for the three months ended 30th September 2006. The company had net income of $53.

SCI to Sign Shipbuilding Deals for $500m

Nov 07, 2006

Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) is reportedly planning to place a $502.9 million contract with Korean shipbuilding yards, according to a report from the Business Standard.

Dormac's Deal Revives South African Shipbuilding

Nov 07, 2006

There was excitement at Dormac recently when the keel-laying ceremony for a new $8.2m oil bunker barge commissioned by Smit Amandla Marine signaled the revival

Tanjung Offshore Signs Contract with Boustead Naval Shipyard

Nov 07, 2006

Tanjung Offshore Bhd's unit Tanjung Kapal Services Sdn Bhd has awarded shipbuilding contract to Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn Bhd for an anchor-handling tug and supply vessel,

Hyundai Heavy Builds First Underwater LNG Tanks

Nov 07, 2006

The world's largest shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries has built the world's first underwater liquefied natural gas tanks. Each is 155 m long and weighs 4,800 tons.

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