Monday, September 03, 2012 Maritime News

Ship Owners Urged to Keep Up Counter-piracy Guard

Sep 03, 2012

European Union Naval Force Somalia – Operation Atalanta, NATO & Combined Task Force 151) advise continued caution despite respite in attacks. In a recent report

Sea Motion Compensation Platform for GeoSea

Sep 03, 2012

GeoSea NV & Barge Master BV sign cooperation agreement to test and deploy the first S700/C400 Barge Master platform. Vessels equipped with a Barge Master platform are able to perform safer,

North Sea Accommodation Rig Contract Extended

Sep 03, 2012

One-month contract extension by BP Norge AS for 'Safe Scandinavia' at Valhall Field in North Sea. BP Norge AS has exercised the first of two remaining one-month options,

Eco-friendly Fish Wellboat to be Built by Havyard

Sep 03, 2012

Herøy-based shipping company orders a specialised live fish transport vessel from Havyard Ship Technology's yard in Leirvik, Norway. Delivery of the first ship

New Arctic Oil Terminal Planned in Finnmark

Sep 03, 2012

Norterminal AS plans to build a large oil-terminal outside Kirkenes in the Norwegian, Russian borderland. New fields in the Arctic Barents and Kara Seas bring

Hybrid Ferry Project Takes Shape in Scotland

Sep 03, 2012

Scottish designers, engineers and shipbuilders are assembling the world’s first hybrid seagoing Ro-Pax ferries. The two revolutionary passenger and car ferries

Engineering Apprentices Train Worldwide with Tognum

Sep 03, 2012

148 young people start their apprenticeships in Germany & at other locations, including America for the first time. Tognum has taken the German version of cooperative education to the U.

Pacific Naval Exercise Fleet 2,000-Personnel Strong Sets Sail

Sep 03, 2012

Fifteen ships with about 2,000 Defence personnel from seven Pacific nations set sail from Darwin Harbour for the military training Exercise Kakadu. Maritime elements from Australia,

Offshore Atlantic Contract Completed by Ocean Installer

Sep 03, 2012

Norway's Ocean Installer company employed its CSV 'Normand Clipper' to complete deep-water contract in N. Atlantic. The contract was for part of the development

Vroon Offshore Embarks on 10-Vessel New-Build Program

Sep 03, 2012

North Sea Emergency Recovery & Rescue Vessel (ERRV) operator Vroon Offshore Services (VOS) to invest $100-million in new ships. The new "comfort class" boats

Composite Light Gearbox by Mekanord to Launch

Sep 03, 2012

Mekanord will introduce a gearbox which is up to 30 % lighter than traditional ones at upcoming SMM 2012 in Germany. Lighter and stronger materials are increasingly

Blast-One Acquires Tecor Finishing Solutions

Sep 03, 2012

Blast-One International expands into Minneapolis with expectations of increasing employment opportunities in the next six months.   Blast-One International is

Korea's STX Offshore Wins Patrol Ship Order

Sep 03, 2012

STX Offshore wins US$ 132-million order for 3 patrol ships for the Korea Coast Guard. Under the deal with the Korea Coast Guard (KCG), STX Offshore will deliver the vessels by the end of 2015,

ROV Locator on Display in 'Titanic' Museum

Sep 03, 2012

Forum Energy Technologies announce the placement of a Sub-Atlantic Mohawk™ observation class ROV at the 'Titanic' Belfast Museum. Forum Subsea Technologies,

Incat Crowther to Design 'Super Dream' Catamaran

Sep 03, 2012

Incat Crowther contracted to design a 32m catamaran ferry for Ishigaki Dream Tours. Super Dream will be built by Richardson Devine Marine and will be the second

Chinese Maritime Safety Ship Makes First Ever US Visit

Sep 03, 2012

Chinese Maritime Safety Administration ship 'Haixun 31' to be hosted by US 14th Coast Guard District in Honolulu Harbor. The Haixun 31 will be escorted into Aloha Tower is to be met 4,

UK Think-Tank Hosts IDICORE Summer School

Sep 03, 2012

HR Wallingford hosts Industrial Doctorate Centre in Offshore Renewable Energy (IDCORE) participant programme. The IDCORE programme delivered an industry focused

Pirates Kill Hostage to Protest Ransom Delay

Sep 03, 2012

Somali pirates holding a hijacked ship for nearly two years killed a Syrian hostage crew member and wounded another. This is believed to be the first time Somali

ECDIS Retrofit Launched by Raytheon Anschütz

Sep 03, 2012

Raytheon Anschütz launches the new ECDIS 24, designed especially for the needs of ECDIS retrofit. Based on the well-known Raytheon Anschütz ECDIS software, the

China's Marine Services Industry Booms

Sep 03, 2012

China’s booming marine economy spurs growth in pollution control projects says a recent market research report. In the five years to 2012, industry revenue

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