Viking River Cruises says that new 2023 sailings of its Mississippi River cruises are now on sale. The company’s first custom vessel, Viking Mississippi, currently under construction at an Edison Chouest Offshore
The Navy has exercised an FY2020 $936 million option under a contract with Huntington Ingalls Industries that will see the company’s Ingalls Shipbuilding division build DDG 135, the future USS Thad Cochran.
Shipbuilder Metal Shark, Jeanerette, La., has introduced an offshore-capable, ultra-high-performance military patrol vessel delivering 70-knot top speeds. Production of the the new welded-aluminum 52 Fearless Super Interceptor vessels is now underway at
Ejsberg, Denmark headquartered crew transfer vessel (CTV) builder and operator MHO-Co A/S has selected Danfoss Editron to deliver the drivetrain systems for the U.K.’s first two hybrid CTVs. The vessels will serve
Spain’s Albacora Group, which operates the largest tuna fishing fleet in the European Union, recently commissioned its newest vessel, Galerno Lau. Built at Vigo-based shipyard Astilleros Armón, the 95.1 meters long by
In another sign of tough times in the North Sea OSV market, Norway’s Havila Shipping ASA reports that Shell UK Limited has redelivered the PSV Havila Crusader early. Havila says that the
Belle Chasse, La.-based C&C Marine and Repair has released some more details on its recent delivery of the new 24,000 horsepower (18,000 kW) cutter suction dredge General MacArthur to Callan Marine (see
Mike Hooks LLC, West Lake, La., has awarded the SPI/Mobile Pulley Works shipyard in Mobile, Ala., a contract to building a new state-of-the-art, 27-inch cutter suction dredge to be named Lorraine Hooks.
Chief Operating Officer Patrick Gregg is to be promoted to the position of Chief Executive Officer at shipbuilder Austal (ASX:ASB) effective January 1, 2021, following a six month transition from current Managing
HMM’s new series of twelve 23,964 TEU ultra large containerships will each be powered by an MAN B&W G95ME-C10.5 low-speed main engine. As we reported earlier, the first of these ships, the