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NOVEMBER 19, 2018 — Ejsberg, Denmark, headquartered Viking Life-Saving Equipment A/S reports that its innovative LifeCraft system has passed a demanding full-scale Heavy Weather Sea Trial (HWST), paving the way for cruise ship operators worldwide…
NOVEMBER 19, 2018 — The Coast Guard and good Samaritan vessels assisted in the rescue of 15 people from a lift boat near Grand Isle, LA, Sunday. Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector New Orleans received…
NOVEMBER 19, 2018 — Spanish ferry operator Baleària reports that the Nápoles, the first of six vessels that it is to convert to LNG fueling, has now arrived at the Gibdock shipyard in Gibraltar for…
NOVEMBER 19, 2018 — The potential of the nascent U.S. offshore wind market has brought together a leading American naval architecture and marine engineering firm and a Dutch one. U.S. naval architect Glosten and The…
NOVEMBER 19, 2018 — Rotten fish as a ship's fuel? Norwegian expedition cruise line Hurtigruten says yes. With a growing fleet of 17 ships, Hurtigruten has invested heavily in green technology such as battery solutions…
NOVEMBER 18, 2018 – Lockheed Martin Corp., Baltimore, MD, has been awarded a $282,085,646 modification to a previously awarded contract for long lead time material and detail design in support of the construction of four…
NOVEMBER 18, 2018 – Derecktor Shipyards has been selected by the St. Lucie Board of County Commissioners to create and operate a purpose-built megayacht repair and refit yard in Fort Pierce, FL. It will be…
NOVEMBER 16, 2018 — ABS and South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) have collaborated to develop cyber security requirements for the ABS Cyber Security-Ready (CS-Ready) Notation for marine assets. ABS has issued HHI the…
NOVEMBER 16, 2018 — Rear Admiral (USN-Ret.) Phil Greene Jr. has announced his retirement from TOTE Services effective January 4, 2019. Culminating a maritime career spanning more than 40 years between his Navy, government and…
NOVEMBER 16, 2018 — Maritime New Zealand reports that the skipper of one of Wellington's East by West ferries, Iain David Wilson, has been fined NZ$1,688 (about US$1,160) after speeding and grounding the passenger ferry,…
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