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MAY 20, 2015 — Austal USA's Mobile, Ala. shipyard yesterday launched its second U.S. Navy ship in less than three months, the Joint High Speed Vessel USNS Brunswick. The 338-foot JHSV will now undergo final…
MAY 20, 2015 — Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Dawn was this morning safely moored back in Bermuda, after an incident that started about 5.00 p.m. yesterday when the cruise ship temporarily lost power when departing…
MAY 20, 2015—Blount Boats, Warren, RI, recently signed a contract with Rhode Island Fast Ferry to build what is believed to be the first U.S.-flag wind farm vessel. The 21 meter crew transfer vessel (CTV)…
MAY 19, 2015—By the end of this year, the world’s first Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) vessel will go to work in Malaysia’s gas field, some 180 kilometers off of the coast of Sarawak, producing…
MAY 19, 2015 — Performance confirmation tests at Kobe Diesel Co., Ltd. have shown that a Low Pressure Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system can enable a low speed two-stroke diesel to comply with IMO Tier…
MAY 19, 2015 — Bollinger Shipyards reports that it has achieved continued registration to ISO 9001 for another three years. The shipbuilder has been ISO 9001 registered without interruption since 1996. "This is an important…
MAY 19, 2015 — Ferry operator Seastreak is partnering with the Bridgeport–Port Jefferson Ferry and Hampton Jitney to offer a new intermodal service linking New York City, New Jersey, and Connecticut with Long Island.Called Sea…
MAY 19, 2015 — Something did not happen at last weeks meeting of IMO's Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC). No last minute signatory appeared to trigger the entry into force requirement of the IMO Ballast…
MAY 19, 2015 – Crowley Maritime Corp. has acquired Maritime Management Services, Inc. (MMS), a Seattle, WA, company with more than a decade's worth of experience in crew management for offshore oil and gas vessels…
MAY 19, 2015 – Ampere, the world's first battery powered electric car and passenger ferry, has entered service in Norway. Built by the Fjellstrand shipyard, the ferry only uses 150 kWh per route, which corresponds…
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