Thursday, September 09, 2010 Maritime News

USNS Washington Chambers to be Christened on 9-11

Sep 09, 2010

The U.S. Navy’s newest resupply ship, USNS Washington Chambers (T-AKE 11), will be christened and launched into San Diego Bay. The chrestening ceremony will take place on Saturday,

MarineCFO Live! Signs 35 Companies in 10 Countries

Sep 09, 2010

MarineCFO Inc., provider of On-Vessel, Marine Operations, Personnel, Fleet Maintenance and Financial Management Software Solutions to the Workboat Industry, announced that its on-line version,

Tsakos Charters Modern Handysize Product Tanker

Sep 09, 2010

Tsakos Energy Navigation Ltd. (TEN) (NYSE: TNP) announced a three-year time charter for a modern, double hull, handysize product tanker to a major South American state oil company.

Tricon’s Argos Gulfstream 92 Finalist for Yacht Award

Sep 09, 2010

Tricon Marine announced that its Argos Gulfstream 92 (G92) has been chosen alongside the Ferretti Custom Line 124 and Sunseeker 130 Predator as a finalist in the

The Wärtsilä 3C Integrate All Ship Controls

Sep 09, 2010

Wärtsilä launched its Wärtsilä Communication and Control Centre (Wärtsilä 3C) solution at the SMM exhibition in Hamburg, Germany on 7 September.   Wärtsilä 3C

BP Releases Internal Investigation

Sep 09, 2010

BP released the findings of its internal investigation into the Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. The company said no single factor caused the Macondo well tragedy.

Market Reports Sees Port Investment Surge

Sep 09, 2010

An independent market report, conducted for Trelleborg Marine Systems, depicts a buoyant ports, harbours and terminal sector with more than a third of decision makers predicting a rise in spending.

MV Olib G Pirated in Gulf of Aden

Sep 09, 2010

Early on the morning of 8 September, the Merchant Vessel (MV) Olib G, flagged Malta, was pirated in the East part of the Gulf of Aden. After a report from a merchant

Repower for Dutch-Indonesian Docking Tug

Sep 09, 2010

Tugs have a way of moving around over the years. While the Indonesians bult copious numbers of tugs themselves, the government run port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia

U.S. Navy Opposes Repeal of Jones Act

Sep 09, 2010

The news that the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Navy League support the Jones Act and oppose its repeal was applauded by Maritime Cabotage Task Force (MCTF), the national coalition representing the U.

Burger Boat Company’s Sycara IV Award Finalists

Sep 09, 2010

Burger Boat Company announced that Sycara IV, 151-ft Fantail Motor Yacht has been selected by the International Superyacht Society membership as a finalist for

SeaArk Delivers Vessel to National Park Service

Sep 09, 2010

SeaArk Marine, Inc. has delivered a 42-ft Dauntless Class Vessel to Cumberland Island National Seashore in St. Mary’s, Georgia.  The vessel, Loggerhead, is tasked with transporting park rangers,

Noreq Orders Worth $3.5M

Sep 09, 2010

Noreq AS has seen several new contracts signed, worth a total of $3.5m, in the last few weeks. In addition to the size of these contracts Noreq is happy to announce

This Day in Coast Guard History – September 9

Sep 09, 2010

1942-The Coast Guard-manned weather ship USS Muskeget disappeared without a trace while on weather patrol in the North Atlantic.  Her entire crew of 9 officers and 111 enlisted men were lost.

This Day in Naval History – September 9

Sep 09, 2010

1825 - USS Brandywine sails for France to carry the Marquis de Lafayette home after his year long visit to America. 1841 - First iron ship authorized by Congress 1940

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