Wednesday, November 17, 2010 Maritime News

Carnival Splendor Out of Service until January

Nov 17, 2010

Carnival Cruise Lines has cancelled voyages of the Carnival Splendor through the departure of January 9, 2011, to allow time for repairs following an engine room fire last week.

Waterways Users Board Testifies Before Senate

Nov 17, 2010

Matt Woodruff, a member of the Inland Waterways Users Board, the Waterways Council Board of Directors, and Director- Government Affairs for Kirby Corporation in Houston,

Hamburg Sees 8% Growth in Seaborne Cargo Handling

Nov 17, 2010

After a somewhat subdued upward trend for the first three months of the year, the Port of Hamburg now reflects signs of significant growth once again. The total of 89.

GE & Partners Commission New Tugboat Fleet for Panama Canal

Nov 17, 2010

GE Marine, a unit of GE Transportation, and the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) announced the start of the commissioning of 13 tugboats for use in the Panama Canal.

MarineNews Insights with AWO’s National Advocacy VP

Nov 17, 2010

By Raina Clark, from the November 2010 edition of MarineNews MarineNews spoke with Jennifer Carpenter, Senior Vice President of National Advocacy for the American Waterways Operators (AWO),

Wilhelmsen Handles Oversized Shipment for Tecnal

Nov 17, 2010

The Logistics Brazil Team at Wilhelmsen Ships Service has reported that a vertical conditioner, a piece of special equipment to treat seeds in the industrial process

Malinowski Joins McQuilling Services

Nov 17, 2010

McQuilling Services announced the addition of Carol Ann Malinowski to the advisory team. Malinowski joins McQuilling Services as Senior Advisor, Finance with over

GMS Implements Hong Kong Convention

Nov 17, 2010

Global Marketing Systems (GMS) cooperates with Germanischer Lloyd (GL) on green ship recycling. GMS, one of the world's biggest cash buyers, purchases vessels from

North P&I club Writes New Evidence Handbook

Nov 17, 2010

The 125 million GT ‘A’ rated North P&I club has written a new handbook on collecting and preserving factual evidence to help raise levels of responsibility and

Martek Gas Detection Contract with Canadian Navy

Nov 17, 2010

UK-based Martek Marine has signed a breakthrough contract with the Canadian Navy. The deal will see Martek supply 12 MM2000 marine gas detection systems, with Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) capability,

Maine Maritime Academy Training Ship Master to Retire

Nov 17, 2010

Dr. William J. Brennan, president of Maine Maritime Academy (MMA), announced that Captain Laurence “Larry” Wade, master of the college’s training ship, will retire in 2011.

Great Lakes Shipyard Begins Work on William Market Ferry

Nov 17, 2010

Great Lakes Shipyard, Cleveland, Ohio, drydocked the ferry William Market to begin maintenance and repairs for its U.S. Coast Guard five-year inspection. The work

This Day in U.S. Coast Guard History – November 17

Nov 17, 2010

1791-Secretary of Treasury Hamilton fixed value of rations at a "generous" 12 cents per day for each man in Revenue Marine.  1973-The "Largest Icebreaker in the Western World,

This Day in U.S. Naval History – November 17

Nov 17, 2010

1917 - USS Fanning (DD-37) and USS Nicholson (DD-52) sink first enemy submarine, U-58, off Milford Haven, Wales. 1924 - USS Langley, first aircraft carrier, reports for duty.

Farstad Orders Unique Wave-Piercing Offshore Vessel

Nov 17, 2010

Rolls-Royce received from Farstad Shipping the first order for its new wave-piercing offshore vessel. The bow design will reportedly enable the vessel to pierce

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