Rose Cay Maritime leaders include Mark H. Buzby

Company with core fleet of ex-Bouchard vessels marks hiring milestone

Jones Act tug and barge operator Rose Cay Maritime (RCM) has announced its 100th hire, even before celebrating its first anniversary. The company is backed by Rose Cay, an investment company that

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Svitzer: Tug speed reduction program saves 1,000 tonnes of CO2

Maersk Group global towage operator Svitzer reports that its Aim for 8 speed initiative has successfully prevented 1,000 tonnes of CO2 from being emitted into the atmosphere. The initiative asks tug crews

tug fitted with Sea Machines autonomy

Sea Machines autonomy system on board Foss tug gains ABS AiP

The Sea Machines Robotics SM300 autonomy system on board the Foss Maritime tug Rachael Allen gained Approval in Principle from ABS, marking a major advancement in bringing autonomy to the marine supply

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Singapore harbor tug verifies autonomous collision avoidance

Digital technologies from ABB have enabled the harbor tug Maju 510 to become the first vessel in the world to receive the Autonomous and Remote-Control Navigation notation from ABS and the first

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Robert Allan designs new container-carrying ATBs for Brazil

Vancouver, B.C., based naval architecture firm Robert Allan Ltd. has been awarded a contract by Rio Maguari Shipyard (Estaleiro Rio Maguari – ERM), located in Belém, Brazil, to develop the design package

MetalCraft Marine delivers a first-of-its-kind FireCat

MetalCraft Marine’s Kingston, Ontario, shipyard has completed what it calls a “behemoth” of a fireboat for the Kuwait Fire Service, whose director, General Mosa Ackbar set the basic requirements for the vessel.

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Fairplay Towage orders Damen RSD tug duo

Hamburg-based Fairplay Towage Group, one of Europe’s leading tugboat operators with over 100 tugs in operation in multiple ports, has placed an order with Damen Shipyards Group for two Damen RSD Tugs

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Port Fourchon in emissions-monitoring first

Port Fourchon, La., the land base for multiple offshore energy support service companies, is set to become the the first port in the world to have a precise 360-degree view of its

tug to be converted to ammonia fuel

Japan’s first LNG-fueled tug to be converted for ammonia fuel

Japan’s NYK Line has concluded a contract with the Keihin Dock Co shipyard, an NYK Group company, to modify a tugboat to ammonia fuel specifications. The vessel chosen for the conversion is

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OSG reports profitable second quarter

Tampa, Fla., headquartered U.S.-flag tanker and ATB operator Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc. (NYSE: OSG) today reported results for the second quarter 2022. Highlights included: Shipping revenues for the second quarter of 2022