Tuesday, April 10, 2007 Maritime News

New Partnership Sails to Charleston School of Law

Apr 10, 2007

The Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI) of New York & New Jersey and the Charleston School of Law announced an agreement to work together to provide educational opportunities

Aker Yards Delivered Fast Ferry for Tallink

Apr 10, 2007

Tallink s newest passenger ferry Star was delivered from Aker Yards Helsinki yard. She will start regular traffic between Helsinki and Tallinn and will be capable

Matson Celebrates 125th Anniversary

Apr 10, 2007

Matson Navigation Company reached a major milestone in the U.S. maritime industry in celebrating 125 years of Pacific shipping. The company was launched on April 10,

New Water Taxi to Connect for Old Town Alexandria

Apr 10, 2007

A new water taxi service will link Old Town Alexandria with National Harbor, the mile-and-a-quarter-long waterfront development under construction just south

W&O Supply Adds New Positions

Apr 10, 2007

W&O Supply announces one new hire and two promotions to support the company’s growth. To provide management and leadership for the company’s mission critical services,

VT Group to Build Offshore Patrol Vessels

Apr 10, 2007

Artist’s impression of the ships VT is to build for Trinidad and Tobago Support services and shipbuilding company VT Group has been contracted to build and manage

Lockheed Completes Phase of Security Project

Apr 10, 2007

Lockheed Martin announced the completion of the first phase of its project to provide the Australian College of Kuwait a Maritime Simulation and Training Facility.

MarAd Announces Reorganization

Apr 10, 2007

MarAd announed the reorganization of the agency. The major operational divisions will be Environment & Compliance; Intermodal System Development; National Security;

AUX Service to Provide Link from China to New York

Apr 10, 2007

Italia Marittima has upgraded its AUX transpacific service linking China with the US East Coast via the Panama Canal to provide shippers with a direct call at New York.

Global Fleet Station Pilot One Step Closer with Arrival of Swift

Apr 10, 2007

U.S. Navy High Speed Vessel Swift (HSV 2) enters Naval Station Mayport. Swift has two water jets that can move the ship to speeds greater than 45 knots and bring it into port without using tugboats.

Commandant Visits 26th MEU, USS Bataan

Apr 10, 2007

Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James T. Conway speaks with Marines and Sailors from the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) aboard the multi-purpose amphibious

Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group Concludes 7th Fleet Operations

Apr 10, 2007

Off the port side of USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), USS Paul Hamilton (DDG 60), center, JS Myoko (DDG 175), right, and JS Hamagiri (DD 155) move into position

Sub to Probe Sunken Ship

Apr 10, 2007

Greek rescuers will deploy a robot submarine to search for the bodies of two French tourists believed to have drowned when a cruise ship sank off a resort island in the Aegean Sea last week,

Gas-Producing Nations Take First Step Toward OPEC-Style Group

Apr 10, 2007

The world's biggest gas producers agreed to set up a committee to look into pricing, in what could be the first step toward setting up an OPEC-style group to control supplies.

Greek Captain Says Currents Caused Shipwreck

Apr 10, 2007

The captain of a cruise ship that slammed into a volcanic reef before sinking off the Aegean island of Santorini blamed strong currents for the accident, Greece's state-run television said Sunday.

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