Ferries

AUGUST 31, 2017 — The Shearer Group, Inc. (TSGI) has recently been awarded a five-year indefinite deliverable contract with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). TSGI will provide design, engineering and construction oversight services to…
AUGUST 29, 2017 — Coast Guard Sector Northern New England has issued a notice of violation for a $2,500 civil penalty to an individual who jumped off a Casco Bay Lines vessel while it was…
AUGUST 29, 2017 — Skagit County, WA, has selected Seattle based naval architecture and marine engineering consultancy Glosten to design a vehicle/passenger ferry to replace the historic M/V Guemes, which has provided service between Anacortes…
AUGUST 23, 2017 — London's MBNA Thames Clippers has added two more fast ferries to its expanding fleet. Built by Britain's Wight Shipyard Co., the 35 meter low-wash catamarans Mercury Clipper and Jupiter Clipper each…
AUGUST 21, 2017 — Austal Limited (ASX:ASB) said today that it is still in discussions with Fjord Line AS on the 1,200-passenger, 400-car catamaran that the Norwegian company last week announced as ordered (see story).…
AUGUST 18, 2017 — Norway's Fjord Line AS has ordered a 1,200-passenger, 400-car capacity, high speed catamaran from Australian shipbuilder Austal Ships for its route between Kristiansand, Norway and Hirtshals, Denmark. "This is a new…
AUGUST 16, 2017—Ferry and water taxi services are playing an integral role in economic development, as metropolitan areas are “rediscovering” and redeveloping their waterfronts for businesses and residences. A good example of this are four…
AUGUST 10, 2017 — St. Johns Ship Building (SJSB), Palatka, FL, launched a 190 ft landing craft vessel, the Grand Master II, for Bahamas Ferries in front of a crowd in excess of 300.  Designed for service among the Bahamian…
AUGUST 9, 2017 — New ferry landings have opened on the NYC Ferry South Brooklyn Route in Bay Ridge, Atlantic Basin, and Brooklyn Bridge Park (Pier 6), in New York Harbor. The NYC Ferry landings…
AUGUST 8, 2017 — The Maritime Museum of San Diego, has been awarded $200,000 in preservation project funding from the National Maritime Heritage Grant Program to preserve the 1898 steam ferry Berkeley. The grant program…
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