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One of the World’s Largest Cruise Ships Maneuvers into St. Thomas

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by MarineLink ) on August 14, 2018

See how one of the world's largest cruise ships, the 1,187-foot Oasis of the Seas, sails into St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. For the world's largest cruise ships, arriving to St. Thomas in the Caribbean can be daunting. Narrow waterways…

Alfa Laval PureBallast 3 CBT for ballast water treatment system

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Alfa Laval ) on August 13, 2018

Alfa Laval PureBallast is the market-leading ballast water treatment system providing full compliance in accordance with IMO and USCG regulations. This film summarizes how Alfa Laval supports customers through PureBallast 3 Computer-Based Training (CBT).

Video: A Special Module Carrier Breaks the Ice

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by MarineLink ) on July 28, 2018

Drone footage shows ZPMC-Red Box Energy Services' icebreaking Arctic module carrier Audax underway in Arctic waters. The world's first polar class heavy transport deck carrier, Audox, was specially constructed for transporting modules from Belgium…

Tanker Crewman Medevaced near Galveston

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by MarineLink ) on July 25, 2018

Video: Tanker crewman medevaced near Galveston, Texas  On July 24, 2018, a representative of the 800-foot crude oil tanker Eagle Louisiana contacted the U.S. Coast Guard after a crewmember reportedly began exhibiting symptoms of heat exhaustion.The…

US and Allies Sink ex-USS Racine with Missiles and Torpedoes

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by MarineLink ) on July 23, 2018

Units from Australia, Japan and the U.S. participated in a live-fire sinking exercise Live fire from aircraft, a submarine and land assets sank the decommissioned ex-USS Racine (LST-1191) July 12 in waters 15,000 feet deep 55 nautical miles north of Kauai…

Remote Controlled Tugboat Demonstrated

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by MarineLink ) on July 10, 2018

Video: Cutting edge technology allows tug to sail in Rotterdam while the captain controls the vessel remotely from Marseille. Netherlands based towage services provider Kotug believes unmanned remote controlled ships will be the first step to unmanned autonomous shipping.

Schultz Takes the Helm as US Coast Guard Commandant

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by MarineLink ) on June 5, 2018

Adm. Paul F. Zukunft was relieved as commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard by Adm. Karl Schultz during a military change-of-command ceremony at U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters. On Friday, June 1, Adm. Karl Schultz relieved Adm. Paul F. Zukunft as commandant of the U.S.

Rotor Sail Installed Aboard Viking Grace

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by MarineLink ) on May 9, 2018

Cruise ferry Viking Grace is the first passenger ship to be equipped with a rotor sail to harness wind power for propulsion. In April 2018, cruise ferry M/S Viking Grace became the world’s first passenger ship equipped with a rotor sail, a vertical…

Shipbuilding: Flight Deck Lifted onto US Aircraft Carrier

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by MarineLink ) on May 4, 2018

See Newport News Shipbuilding install the first piece of John F. Kennedy's (CVN 79) flight deck, which includes command and control, pilot ready rooms, jet blast deflector and components of the advanced arresting gear system. CVN 79 is being built using modular construction…

Watch: World's Largest LEGO Ship Constructed

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Eric Haun ) on April 17, 2018

Time-lapse video shows the world's largest LEGO ship construction. Earlier this year, the world's largest cruise ship, the 362 meters long, 228,081 GRT Symphony of the Seas, was delivered for owner Royal Caribbean. Now, there's another type of world's largest cruise ship…

Video: Inside TechnipFMC's Deep Explorer

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Eric Haun ) on April 10, 2018

Take a look inside one of the world's most modern and technologically advanced offshore vessels. TechnipFMC’s Deep Explorer is one of the most modern and versatile dive support and heavy construction vessels in the world. Purpose-designed and…

Marty Klein: The Father of Side Scan Sonar

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Sira Eriksen ) on April 4, 2018

Meet marine technology legend Marty Klein, the father of side scan sonar Marty Klein is considered by many to be the father of side scan sonar. shipwrecks, to searching for the Loch Ness Monster. continue learning while encouraging others to do the same. find, he says. There are mysteries still.

Icebreaking LNG Carrier Vladimir Rusanov on Ice Trials

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Eric Haun ) on March 29, 2018

The newly built ARC 7 LNG carrier Vladimir Rusanov recently conducted ice trials in the Arctic Sea. Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. her first loading at the Yamal LNG plant in northern Russia. Engineering Co., Ltd. weeks of ice trials. LNG at Sabetta port on March 27 and 28. Peninsula.

Fishing Vessel Sinks North of Hawaii

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Eric Haun ) on March 27, 2018

Eight men who were forced to abandon their sinking fishing boat hundreds of miles north of Hawaii were rescued by a nearby sister vessel. Eight men were rescued after their 61-foot fishing vessel sank more than 400 miles northeast of Hawaii, Sunday.

Video: World's Largest Cruise Ship Delivered

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Eric Haun ) on March 26, 2018

The newly constructed Symphony of the Seas has taken over as the world's largest cruise ship. passengers in 2,747 staterooms and is crewed by more than 2,000 staff members. from the same shipyard. delivered in 2021.Read more about Symphony of the Seas here.

Symphony of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship will set sail from Barcelona

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Maritime Reporter Staff ) on March 20, 2018

Watch a hyperlapse tour as workers put the finishing touches on the world’s largest cruise ship. The ship will be handed over on March 23, with the inaugural cruise from Barcelona, Spain on April 7. laser tag, a zip line, and Broadway musicals. Caribbean. 2,200 crew.

Video: Barque Eagle Refloated in Drydock

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Eric Haun ) on March 20, 2018

Time-lapse video shows America's Tall Ship being refloated in drydock following life extension work. The U.S. Coast Guard’s 81-year-old Barque Eagle departed floating drydock on February 27, 2018, following completion of a four-year life extension project.

Video: Crowley Continues Aid to Puerto Rico

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Eric Haun ) on March 19, 2018

Crowley continues to aid Puerto Rico in its recovery following Hurrican Maria Crowley has provided a constant transportation and logistics pipeline to Puerto Rico since Hurricane Maria struck the island on September 20, 2017.Now six months since the hurricane…

Video: USS Hartford Surfaces Through Arctic Ice

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Eric Haun ) on March 14, 2018

A pair of U.S. Navy submarines recently surfaced in the Arctic Circle as part of multinational maritime exercise north of Alaska. A graphic display of USS Hartford (SSN 768) surfacing through ice during Ice Exercise 2018 (ICEX), a biennial exercise…
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