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FEBRUARY 25, 2017—The U.K. Maritime and Coastguard Agency reports that the 622 ft U.S.-flag car carrier Honor is now safe and alongside in Southampton Port, where she will remain over the weekend in a stable…
FEBRUARY 24, 2017—Portland, OR-based shipbuilder Vigor was recently awarded a contract to build two additional all-aluminum, 400-passenger ferries for the Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) in San Francisco, CA. They will be the third and…
FEBRUARY 24, 2017 — At around 3:45 am today local time, the U.K. Maritime and Coastguard Agency was notified of a fire on board the U.S.-flag car carrier Honor in the English Channel whilst it…
FEBRUARY 24, 2017 — VT Halter Marine, Inc. has appointed Robert A. Socha as Senior Vice President of Business Development and Estimating. In this role, Mr. Socha is responsible for the company's overall management and…
FEBRUARY 24, 2017 — The Coast Guard set in motion a detention of the Panama-flagged bulk carriers Atlantic Ruby and Amber L, Feb. 23, 2017, after discovering substandard safety issues while conducting routine Port State…
FEBRUARY 24, 2017 — Austal (ASX:ASB) reports that the Detailed Design Review (DDR) for the A$306 million Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement (PPB-R) Project has been successfully completed on time and in accordance with the contracted…
FEBRUARY 24, 2017 — Gulf Island Fabrication, Inc. (NASDAQ: GIFI) reports that its Board of Directors has approved a recommendation from management to place its properties in Aransas Pass and Ingleside, Texas, up for sale…
FEBRUARY 24, 2017 — Unless the IMO makes significant progress on reducing CO2 emissions from shipping, the industry could face regional action not only from the EU, but also from Canada or California, which have…
FEBRUARY 23, 2017 — A federal jury in Charleston, South Carolina, late yesterday convicted two chief engineers of the vessel, T/V Green Sky, of falsifying documents in order to conceal illegal discharges of oily bilge…
FEBRUARY 23, 2017 — German shipbuilder Meyer Werft on Monday cut the first steel for what will be the world's first LNG fueled cruise ship. The ship — yard number S.696 — is the first…
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