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Smoke: Cruise Ship Evacuates Passengers

 A number of passengers and crew members were evacuated after smoke was spotted billowing from the front section of Carnival Liberty cruise ship docked in the Dutch Caribbean nation of St Maarten.

Salvage, Wreck Removal Beset with Chronic Problems

  The basic nature of maritime casualties, salvage and wreck removal has evolved rapidly over the last few years. Ships and offshore constructions have become more technologically elaborate,

EALs & Oil Spill Remediation

EALs & Oil Spill Remediation: The Effects of EALs on Oil Spill and Discharge Reporting and Remediation In the wake of increased environmental scrutiny and potentially expanding liability issues,

Ship Salvage in the Presence of WWII Era Torpedo & Mines

T&T Salvage continues to support shipowners with prompt, safe and cost-effective solutions to complex salvage, wreck removal, and anti-pollution challenges.  A comprehensive management team,

Heavy Fuel Oil Spill at Port of Long Beach

Approximately 33 gallons of heavy fuel oil was spilled during bunkering operations at an anchorage inside the Port of Long Beach Saturday morning, The U.S. Coast Guard reported.

Boskalis Increases Holding in Fugro

Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. informs it has increased its holding in Fugro N.V. to 25.1%, stressing that the move is not a step toward making an offer.   “Boskalis

New Skimmer Systems for Coastal Oil Spill Response

SeaHow has launched a new product line of skimmers aiming to address the challenges encountered by the oil spill response (OSR) organizations.   SeaHow, operator

Towing Vessel Sinking on Ohio River

The U.S. Coast Guard is responding to the sinking of a towing vessel on the Ohio River near Golconda, Illinois, Wednesday.   Coast Guard Sector Ohio River Valley

Palau Reports Increase in WRC Applications

Palau International Ship Registry (PISR) has received a high volume of applications from owners looking to have the correct documentation in place prior to the

Fire Aboard RoRo Vessel Inbound to New York

A fire has broken out aboard the motor vessel Grey Shark at Homeport Pier in Staten Island, New York, Wednesday, The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) reported.   The USCG,

Insights: Steven Candito, President & CEO, NRC

This month’s featured INSIGHTS executive is Steven A. Candito, President and CEO of the National Response Corporation (NRC). He has extensive experience with OPA

New Korean Maritime Minister Urges for Safety

 South Korea's new maritime minister Yoo Ki-june urged all-out efforts to enhance maritime safety.   Calling the tragic sinking of a passenger ferry last year

Myanmar Ferry Sinking Kills About 50

 About 50 people have died in the sinking of an overloaded ferry off the coast of western Myanmar police say. Rescuers have been frantically searching for survivors   The

Cyclone Pam Devastates Port Vila

 Cyclone Pam has slammed into the south Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu leaving "complete devastation" in its wake. Houses in the capital, Port Vila, were destroyed.

Thousands Evacuate after Deadly Blaze in Chile Port City

 Chile declared a state of emergency and precautionary evacuation of up to 16,000 people as a raging forest fire threatened the historic port city of Valparaiso.

Liberia Leads on Wreck Removal Certification

The Liberian Registry said delivery of Wreck Removal Convention certificates is now faster and more convenient for shipowners following the launch if its new online application system.

AUV Helps Locate Sunken Japanese Warship

Bluefin Robotics underwater robot helps locate historic sunken Japanese battleship Musashi; located by philanthropist and entrepreneur Paul G. Allen, aided by advanced

Houston Ship Channel Fully Reopened

The Houston Ship Channel has been fully reopened today following Monday’s ship collision and subsequent salvage operations.   The Houston Ship Channel was reopened

Tanker Salvage Underway in Houston

Responders have begun to execute salvage plans for the damaged tanker Carla Maersk, Wednesday, following a collision that occurred Monday in the Houston Ship Channel,

Collision Closes Houston Ship Channel

 Two ships have collided in the Houston Ship Channel, according to Houston Marine Safety officials.    A portion of the busy Houston Ship Channel was shut Monday

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