June, 2009 Maritime News

New Ultra-Luxury Vessel, Seaborne Odyssey

Jun 30, 2009

The Yachts of Seabourn launched Seabourn Odyssey from Venice as the first ultra-luxury vessel to debut in six years. The 32,000-ton vessel built by T. Mariotti of Genoa,

Grandunion Signs LOI for Aries

Jun 30, 2009

Grandunion, Inc., a company controlled by Michael Zolotas and Nicholas Fistes, announced that it has entered into a letter of intent with Aries Maritime Transport

Chiquita Shipping Continues Despite Bankruptcy

Jun 30, 2009

Chiquita Brands International, Inc. (NYSE:CQB) announced that it does not expect the bankruptcy filing by Eastwind Maritime Inc. and certain of its affiliates to

Marlink Contract with Grimaldi Group

Jun 30, 2009

Satellite communications provider Marlink has signed a new contract with Italian Shipping Company the Grimaldi Group. The new agreement, secured during this year's Nor-Shipping,

Stolt Tankers Cancels Newbuild Contract

Jun 30, 2009

Stolt Tankers B.V., a subsidiary of Stolt-Nielsen S.A. (OsloBørs: SNI), announced that it cancelled a contract with SLS Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. of South Korea for the construction of hull #474,

Safety at Sea International Awards

Jun 30, 2009

Four shipping industry companies and organisations have been honoured for their outstanding contributions to maritime safety. The third annual Safety at Sea

GOM Oil Production to Reach Record High

Jun 30, 2009

According to a report from the Offshore Magazine, Gulf of Mexico oil production is forecast to increase substantially over the next few years, possibly reaching 1.

Shipping Confidence, Newbuilding Glut

Jun 30, 2009

Overall confidence levels in the shipping industry have shown a slight improvement over the past three months, according to the latest Shipping Confidence Survey

Central GOM Sale 208 Nets $690m

Jun 30, 2009

The Minerals Management Service (MMS) has accepted high bids valued at $690,163,194 and awarded 328 leases to the successful high bidders who participated in Central

Donjon Work on M/V Fedra Continues

Jun 30, 2009

Donjon Marine, Co., Inc., a provider marine services including marine salvage, heavy lift, dredging and related emergency response services, continues work on a contract awarded on March 24,

Voyage Benefits Wounded Heroes

Jun 30, 2009

Two Florida brothers, Ralph and Robert Brown, will take to the high seas on the world's longest trans-Atlantic voyage in a 21-ft flats boat on June 27 to raise

Submarines Move to Electronic Nav Charting

Jun 30, 2009

The Navy's Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) certified a significant milestone in the submarine force's transition to electronic charting by approving version 8.3

Toro Transfer Device for U.S. Market

Jun 30, 2009

Reflex Marine recently launched its Toro personnel transfer device to the US market with a demonstration, hosted by its service partner, Energy Cranes, at its facility in Houston, Texas.

This Day in Naval History – June 30

Jun 30, 2009

1815 - USS Peacock takes HMS Nautilus, last action of the War of 1812 1943 - Third Fleet Amphibious Force lands troops on Rendova Island while naval gunfire

Singapore Regulations from ChartCo

Jun 29, 2009

ChartCo Ltd, provider of electronic data direct to ships at sea, has added the Singapore Flag State Regulations to its RegsManager product.  The regulations have

Jobs at CG Centers of Expertise

Jun 29, 2009

The Coast Guard announced the opening of the first installment of civilian Vacancy Announcements for the five new National Centers of Expertise (NCOE). These will be GS-12 and GS-13 positions.

Navy Seeks Ferry Vessel

Jun 29, 2009

The Passenger Vessel Association notified its members that the U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command (MSC) has issued a Market Survey to ask about the cost and availability of U.

Earthrace Breaks Record, Joins Sea Shepherd

Jun 29, 2009

A year after the 100% biofuel eco-boat, Earthrace, finished its around the world dash, her international crew of volunteers have been officially named world record

Birnbaum Named Director of MMS

Jun 29, 2009

Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar appointed Liz Birnbaum, an attorney with two decades of federal government and private sector experience in energy and environmental policy,

Safe Bulkers Fleet and Employment Update

Jun 29, 2009

Safe Bulkers, Inc. an international provider of marine drybulk transportation services, announced updates to its fleet and employment profile. The company has

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