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Crowley Vessels Receive AMVER Awards

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

June 25, 2015

Crowley Maritime Corp. announced that 65 of its vessels were recently recognized for participation in the Automated Mutual-Assistance Vessel Rescue (AMVER) program, a computer-based voluntary global ship reporting system used worldwide by search and rescue authorities to arrange for assistance to persons in distress at sea. The awards were given during the U.S. Coast Guard’s NAMEPA Safety at Sea Seminar dinner, an event designed to bring industry and government leaders together each year in Washington D.C.

 
All 65 Crowley vessels were given a certificate of merit for participation, with eight company vessels receiving additional pennants for their continuous, long-term dedication to the program.
 
AMVER pennants for dedication to the AMVER program are given to vessels that are consistently eligible for enrolment. They are color-coded and given on milestone years, including first, fifth, 10th and beyond.
 
Crowley vessels Ocean Wind and Siku received blue pennants for completing their first full years; tugs Gauntlet, Endurance, Guardian, Sea Breeze, and Stalwart each received gold pennants for completing five consecutive years; and the Resolve received a purple pennant for completing its tenth consecutive year.
 
The full list of honored Crowley vessels is as follows:
Gauntlet (five years)
Bulwark (four years)
Endurance (five years)
Guardian (five years)
Navigator (four years)
Ocean (two years)
Ocean Sky (two years)
Ocean Sun (two years)
Ocean Wave (two years)
Ocean Wind (one year)
Sea Breeze (five years)
Sea Horse (four years)
Sea Voyager (six years)
Siku (one year)
Stalwart (five years)
Warrior (four years)
Adventurer (four years)
Defender (four years)
Ensign (four years)
Monitor (four years)
Patriarch (four years)
Ranger (four years)
Sentinel (four years)
Sentry (four years)
Carat (three years)
Courage (13 years)
Endurance (18 years)
Freedom (18 years)
Honor (11 years)
Independence II (nine years)
Integrity (14 years)
National Glory (four years)
Ocean Charger (two years)
Ocean Crescent (four years)
Ocean Freedom (three years)
Ocean Giant (three years)
Resolve (10 years)
Achievement (four years)
Coastal Reliance (three years)
Commitment (four years)
Courage (six years)
Evergreen State (one year)
Florida (two years)
Golden State (four years)
Gulf Reliance (eight years)
Innovation (four years)
Integrity (four years)
Legacy (three years)
Legend (three years)
Liberty (two years)
Ocean Reliance (four years)
Pacific Reliance (four years)
Pelican State (five years)
Pennsylvania (two years)
Pride (four years)
Resolve (seven years)
Sea Reliance (four years)
Sound Reliance (three years)
Sunshine State (five years)
Vision (three years)
Charleston Express (nine years)
Philadelphia Express (nine years)
St. Louis Express (nine years)
Washington Express (eight years)
Yorktown Express (eight years)
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