Friday, March 16, 2012 Maritime News

BAE San Francisco Wins Navy Contract

Mar 16, 2012

BAE Systems San Francisco Ship Repair, San Francisco, Calif., is being awarded a $12,257,163 firm-fixed-price contract for a 55-calendar day regular overhaul and

This Day in Naval History - March 16th

Mar 16, 2012

From the Navy News Service:   1911 - The hulk of battleship USS Maine is sunk at sea with full military honors. 1945 - The island of Iwo Jima is declared secure.

Neuville Boat Works' 47-Footer

Mar 16, 2012

Work has been slow in a lot of Louisiana shipyards in the past couple of years. With orders for big crew boats in short supply, Neuville Boat Works of New Iberia,

The St. Lawrence Seaway Opens March 22nd

Mar 16, 2012

Study Reveals that Great Lakes Seaway System Supports 227,000 Jobs. Mr. Rob Bryson, Director of Eastern Canadian Grain Operations for Parrish and Heimbecker,

Shipping Needs Global Legislation, Not Unilateral Measures

Mar 16, 2012

Balancing environmental aspirations with economic realities, but also with political realities is not easy, ICS Chairman Spyros M Polemis is set to tell delegates

First Subsea Wins Technip Connector contract

Mar 16, 2012

First Subsea Awarded Lucius Spar Mooring Connector Contract.   Deepwater mooring specialist, First Subsea Ltd has been awarded a contract by Technip USA Inc to

U.S. BWT Standard is Published

Mar 16, 2012

Coast Guard issues standard for living organisms in ships' discharged ballast water. The U.S. Coast Guard announced Friday the final rule for standards for living

Hornblower Subsidiary to Operate Superferries for Navy

Mar 16, 2012

Seaward Services to operate and maintain HSV ALAKAI and HSV HUAKAI for the United States Navy.  Seaward Services (SSI), a HMS Global Maritime (HMSGM) company based in New Albany,

SLSDC Announces "Pacesetter" Ports

Mar 16, 2012

Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation Announces Pacesetter Award Winners for 2011 Navigation Season.   The Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation

Weather Charts for Raytheon Anschütz ECDIS

Mar 16, 2012

The German-based navigation specialist Raytheon Anschütz is now offering an integrated weather chart overlay for the Synapsis ECDIS. Taking the special needs of navigation into consideration,

GLS Completes 1st Canadian Repair Contract

Mar 16, 2012

Great Lakes Shipyard Completes First Repair Contract with a Canadian Tug-Barge Company.   McKeil Marine of Hamilton, Ontario contracted Great Lakes Shipyard to

Kongsberg Announces China Office & Training Center

Mar 16, 2012

Official opening for Kongsberg Maritime China's new office and DP Operator Training Center.       Global marine technology developer Kongsberg Maritime’s China division,

Metso Improving Offshore Energy Safety

Mar 16, 2012

Metso introduces new solutions for improved safety in upstream offshore industry.   New stainless steel version of Metso's intelligent safety valve controller

World Wide Metric Introduces Garlock Gaskets

Mar 16, 2012

World Wide Metric Announces the Addition of Garlock Gaskets.   World Wide Metric has recently added gaskets to our wide variety of products. Recently partnering with Garlock,

UL Smart Robot Explores Irish Wrecks

Mar 16, 2012

An advanced ‘smart technology’ marine robot designed and built by University of Limerick researchers was recently deployed to explore wrecks of The Aud and WW1 U-Boat, UC42 outside Cork Harbour.

Austal USA Appoints New Board Member

Mar 16, 2012

John “Dugan” Shipway now Austal USA Outside Director.   Austal USA is pleased to announce the appointment of Rear Admiral USN (Retired) John “Dugan” Shipway as

Ocean Safety Introduces SOLAS Lifejacket

Mar 16, 2012

Ocean Safety’s New SOLAS Premier Kru Falcon lifejacket: integrated survival and recovery.   The UK’s largest independent marine safety equipment supplier, Ocean Safety,

Thome Offshore Bolsters Top Management

Mar 16, 2012

Thome Offshore Management (TOM) and Thome Oil & Gas (TOG), the offshore services arm of Singapore-based Thome Ship Management, has appointed John A. Sydness, as

VIKING's Eight-Year Record of Growth

Mar 16, 2012

VIKING achieves an eight year track record of constant growth. Global success in the crucial offshore market and around-the-world export growth are behind yet

SCA, Ingalls Presidents to Speak at GSSC Conference

Mar 16, 2012

Presidents of Shipbuilders Council of America and Ingalls Shipbuilding to speak at GSSC's fifth annual Conference. Matt Paxton, president of the Shipbuilders


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