Rape by captain allegedly took place aboard USNS Carson City

Lawsuit alleges MSC civilian mariner was raped by captain

A complaint filed yesterday in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey alleges that an MSC civilian mariner was raped by the captain when working as the 1st assistant

Cade Candies is fitted with a similar Ampelmann W2W gangway to that installed on Paul Candies, pictured here [Image: Ampelmann]

Candies vessel is the stage for Ampelmann’s 10 millionth personnel transfer

Offshore walk-to-work (W2W) access provider Ampelmann has reached the milestone of 10 million personnel transfers across its worldwide operations. The 10 millionth transfer took place on an E1000 gangway operating on the

trawler processor Arctc Fjord

New U.S.-built trawler-processor Arctic Fjord starts sea trials

Arctic Fjord, the first new trawler-processor for Alaskan pollock to be built in the U.S. in over three decades is now undergoing sea trials in the Northern Pacific. Ordered from Houma, La.,

Weeks Marine wins dredging contract

Two dredging contractors score sizable Corps contracts

The Jones Act dredging market continues to be on a roll. Yesterday, two dredging contractors were awarded U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) contracts totaling more than $63.7 million. Callan Marine Ltd.,

Feeder barge sails out for Vineyard Wind 1

Vineyard Wind 1 completes first turbine installation

Marking a milestone in U.S. offshore wind development, installation of the first GE Haliade-X Wind Turbine Generator (WTG) at the Vineyard Wind 1 project was completed this week. It was hailed as

Support grows for USTR petition on Chinese shpibuilding

New AOWFA legislation aims to close offshore energy Jones Act loophole

The Offshore Marine Service Association (OMSA) is applauding the introduction of the American Offshore Worker Fairness Act (AOWFA), saying, “this important legislation provides a step forward towards providing parity between U.S.-flagged and

Rendering of one the two MPSVs

Hornbeck to complete construction of two 400 class Jones Act MPSVs

Covington, La., headquartered Hornbeck Offshore Services Inc. is to complete the two multi-purpose support vessels (MPSVs) that had been at the center of its recently settled lawsuit with Gulf Island Fabrication Inc.

One of vessels in Jones Act JV fleet

Crowley and SEACOR in Jones Act JV

Crowley and SEACOR Holdings, through its Seabulk Tankers subsidiary, have reached an agreement to form a joint venture integrating their liquid energy and chemical transportation vessels, operations and related services into a

One of ships bought by Maritime Partners

Maritime Partners in $746.7 million Jones Act tankers swoop

Metairie, La., headquartered Maritime Partners LLC is getting into the Jones Act tanker market, big time. Best known as the largest lessor of U.S. inland waterways towboats, it is getting into the

SEACOR in agreement on Blue Ocean Transfer vessels

SEACOR Marine in agreement with new Jones Act CTV player Blue Ocean Transfers

Garden City, N.Y., headquartered McQuilling Renewables has reached an agreement that will see SEACOR Marine provide technical and operational management of vessels operated by new Jones Act CTV player Blue Ocean Transfers