Friday, January 28, 2011 Maritime News

A Success Story: Alaska Ship & Drydock

Jan 28, 2011

By Raina Clark in the January edition of MarineNews A new maintenance company with no shipyard experience takes a struggling repair yard, converted from an old cannery,

FV Tai Yuan 227 Released by Pirates

Jan 28, 2011

Although exact details surrounding the situation are not known at this time, there are indications that the Taiwanese flagged fishing vessel Tai Juan 227 has been released from pirate control.

Construction Components of Jones Act Tankers at Auction

Jan 28, 2011

Hilco Industrial, LLC, and partners Myron Bowling Auctioneers, Maynards Industries, and PPL Group, will conduct a public auction sale of the assets of Keet Seel Tankships,

MAN B&W Gas New Liquid ME-GI Engine

Jan 28, 2011

MAN Diesel & Turbo introduced its Liquid ME-GI (Liquid Gas Injection) engine. The Liquid ME-GI is powered by LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas), a smaller market than LNG

Great Lakes Shipyard Receives Safety Award

Jan 28, 2011

Great Lakes Shipyard, Cleveland, Ohio, has received the 2009 – 2010 Industry Leader Safety Award from the Signal Mutual Indemnity Association. This is the second

WSDOT: Three Mukilteo Terminal Closings in Spring

Jan 28, 2011

The Mukilteo ferry terminal will temporarily close for three extended weekends this spring for extensive preservation work. Riders of the Mukilteo/Clinton ferry

This Day in U.S. Coast Guard History – January 28

Jan 28, 2011

1885-Keeper Marcus Hanna of the Cape Elizabeth Light Station saved two men from the wrecked schooner Australia. For this rescue Hanna was awarded the Gold Lifesaving Medal.

This Day in U.S. Naval History – January 28

Jan 28, 2011

1778 - Second New Providence Expedition raised the flag with thirteen stripes over Fort Nassau. 1960 - Navy demonstrates value of moon communication relay, used in fleet broadcasts.

Wärtsilä's President, CEO Johansson to Retire

Jan 28, 2011

The President and CEO of Wärtsilä Corporation, Ole Johansson, has decided to retire after turning 60 years of age in June, using the right stipulated in his executive contract.

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