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War jitters hit Carnival bookings
"Our first quarter 2003 results were impacted by concerns about a war with Iraq, an uncertain worldwide economy and historically high fuel costs," says Carnival Corporation Chairman and CEO Micky Arison
Incat finds buyer for hull 058
Incat Australia says it has sold its 98 m catamaran, hull 058, to "a well established European customer."
IMO a no show at Brussels Prestige hearing
At the end of the European parliament's Prestige hearing, Rapporteur Dirk Sterckx (ELDR, B) strongly criticized IMO for not participating , though invited.
Navy caution to Arab Gulf shipping
Carrying contraband to Iraq or laying mines will make vessels subject to detention, seizure and destruction.
IMO urges early implementation of security measures
No delays in July 1, 2004 implementation date
Spain under fire at Prestige hearing
Strong criticism of decision to deny refuge to stricken tanker.
Latest Gulf lease sale results are "impressive"
The quest for "deep gas" dominated bidding at the latest MMS offshore lease sale.
EC approves German shipbuilding subsidy scheme
German yards that face Koream competition may get a 6% subsidy
Keppel Shipyard wins major conversion projects
Keppel Shipyard has won another FPSO conversion contract from SBM and is to upgrade a dredge for Belgium's Jan de Nul
U.S. ups maritime security measures
Strong maritime element in Operation Liberty Shield
IMO at risk of marginalization
IMO needs more powers, says Clay Maitland
Barge giant cuts earnings guidance
Kirby hit by fuel costs, waether and navigational delays
Navy warns on mines, oil releases
The U.S. Navy's Maritime Liaison Office (MARLO) in Bahrain last week issued advisories, on the subject of mines and intentional oil releases into Iraqi waters
Powerful tugs from Chinese yard
China's Zhuhai Shipbuilding Industry is currently completing a pair of powerful tugs for Hong Kong's Big Fair Industrial Limited
New Zealand detains P& O Cruise ship
Passengers report "sloshing water"
Austal wants changes in MES rules
Cutting the accident risk of unnecessary deployments
Kvichak delivers pilot boat
New vessel for sabine Pilots Service
Bollinger delivers OPA '90 barge to K-Sea
Second of four under contract for Staten Island based operator
Gray joins Seabulk Offshore
Tidewater veteran becomes Senior VP-International
MARAD to help fund states to use ships as artificial reefs
Congress makes funding available
MAN B&W success with NOX reduction
The nitrogen oxide (NOX) emission reduction technology based on fuel water emulsion injection (FWE), developed by MAN B&W Diesel, has proved a success in series operation.
Keppel Offshore & Marine units win S$95 million in contracts
Business units of Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Keppel Corporation Limited, have secured S$95 million (US $54.7million) worth of contracts.
Ron J. McAlear starts new job
President of Atlantic Marine, Mobile
Senators seek more Port Security funding
Threat of dirty bomb is growing
Austal books car ferry order
First for Australian domestic market
Keppel FELS and ENSCO in jackup deal
Joint venture to build enhanced KFELS MOD V (B)
Honor for Kurz
To receive prestigious Golden Compass from Seafarers' House
Monterey dumps cruise ship
Legal discharge in marine sanctuary broke agreement with City of Monterey
ABS releases Prestige report
Was lightering damage a factor?
$8.6 million job for Detyens
ship repair overhaul and drydock of USNS Supply
IMO and EC in post-Prestige accord
EC will take its proposals for accelerated single hull phase out to IMO for fast track action
EC seeks to criminalize marine pollution
Could mean jail time for owners, charterers, classification society employeers
Four team for LCS
Lockheed Martin, Gibbs & Cox, Bollinger Shipyards and Marinette Marine today announced a teaming effort to capture the Navy's Littoral Combat Ship program