Monday, November 29, 2010 Maritime News

GMN WebXaccelerator for Ship-to-Shore Comms

Nov 29, 2010

Global Marine Networks introduced the GMN webXaccelerator for ship-to-shore and remote communications needs for the commercial fishing, marine transport, cruise ships,

ABS, CCS Expand Cooperation in Offshore Activities

Nov 29, 2010

ABS and the China Classification Society (CCS) strengthened their collaborative efforts by entering into a new Cooperation Agreement on 24 November in Washington, DC.

JonRie’s New Towing System for Crystal Cutler

Nov 29, 2010

JonRie commissioned its new Series 500 Towing System on the new 1,200 kW Tug Crystal Cutler built for Poling and Cutler Marine Transportation, Freehold, NJ USA.

P&O Maritime Services Enters Cable Installation Market

Nov 29, 2010

P&O Maritime Services, owner and operator of specialist science and cargo vessels, has entered the power cable installation market with its vessel CS European Supporter.

Seafarers’ Legislation Faces Year-Long Ratification Delay

Nov 29, 2010

Full ratification of the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) which will have far reaching implications for the whole shipping industry, including commercial yachts,

MV Medi Chennai Dodges Pirates

Nov 29, 2010

In the early hours of 26 November, the MV Medi Chennai was attacked approximately 880 nautical miles (1,600 kilometres) East of Port Victoria, Seychelles. This

Connecticut-based CG Cutter to Deploy to Great Lakes

Nov 29, 2010

A Connecticut-based Coast Guard cutter is scheduled to deploy to the Great Lakes Nov. 29, 2010, to assist in the service's icebreaking mission there throughout the winter months.

Seakeeper Gyro for Unmanned Ultra-Lightweight Boat

Nov 29, 2010

Zyvex Technologies claims that its Piranha USV (unmanned surface vessel) is the largest boat of its kind built from nano-enhanced materials. Constructed entirely of Arovex,

Nippon Yusen Enters Shuttle Tanker Biz

Nov 29, 2010

According to a Nov. 26 report from Reuters, Nippon Yusen KK (9101.T), Japan's biggest shipping company, said it would take a 50% stake in Norwegian tanker operator

Greek Ferry: Four Legs for Power

Nov 29, 2010

By Alan Haig-Brown In the near future some marine passengers in Greece will be driving their cars aboard a handy size and handy maneuvering double-ender car ferry.

Vinashin Launches 6,500 Ton Container Ship

Nov 29, 2010

According to a Nov. 27 report from SGGP, a member of Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry Group (Vinashin) on November 26 launched a 6,500 ton container ship named Vinashin Southern No.

Korea Times Says China to Overtake Korea in Shipbuilding

Nov 29, 2010

A Nov. 28 report from The Korea Times cited London-based market researcher Clarkson Research as saying that South Korea completed shipbuilding of 13.36 million

This Day in U.S. Coast Guard History – November 29

Nov 29, 2010

1808-Secretary of Treasury Gallatin requested 12 new cutters at a cost of $120,000 to enforce "laws which prohibit exportation and restrain importations" to support

This Day in U.S. Navy History – November 29

Nov 29, 2010

1775 - CAPT John Manley in schooner Lee captures British ordnance ship Nancy with large quantity of munitions. 1890 - First Army-Navy football game (Navy won 24 to 0).

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