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  • 15 June 2006

    Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Co. (HHIC), a billion-dollar shipbuilding investor here, is being ordered to pay a daily fine of $ 5,000 or P265,150 due to an oil slick caused by a submerged landing craft tank (LCT) at the Agusuhin Point, prompting the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) to field its new vessel to […]

  • 13 June 2006

    Last Saturday, June 10th, ISA launched another fantastic ISA 120, M/Y SUN GLIDER. A fiberglass planning hull 36.40 meters long, the SUN GLIDER, like the all the other models of this lucky series, was born from the solid cooperation between ISA, Arch. Andrea Vallicelli and CRISTIANO GATTO DESIGN. The lateral passageways are wide and without […]

  • 13 June 2006

    Johor stopped supplying sand to Singapore in 2000, and has since monitored sand-dredging activities in areas where permits have been issued. Menteri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman told Ayub Jamil (BN-Rengit) in the state assembly yesterday that 97 such permits had been issued to date. In a reply read by state executive councillor for Agriculture, […]

  • 13 June 2006

    Norwegian oil and gas engineering group Aker Kvaerner ASA will open a manufacturing center in Malaysia’s Port Klang Free Zone, becoming the first investor in the Southeast Asian country’s new hub for shipping and commerce. Aker Kvaerner, through a Malaysian subsidiary, will invest 175 million ringgit (US$48.6 million; euro38.5 million) to develop the center in […]

  • 10 June 2006

    Liverpool 08 and Cardiff arrived in Panama City on Sunday afternoon, joining New York, Victoria, Uniquely Singapore and Durban. Glasgow is expected at around 5pm local time and, Qingdao and Jersey are epected later today. The prizegiving party for Race 8 from Victoria starts at 6pm tonight on the stunning terrace at the Flamenco […]

  • 8 June 2006

    Perini Navi is thrilled and proud to announce that on Wednesday June 7th the 88m Clipper Yacht the Maltese Falcon successfully completed her first sail trial on the Bosphorus sea, with an off shore breeze that gradually increased from 8 to 16 knots.

  • 8 June 2006

    American Steamship Co. has bolstered its fleet by acquiring six vessels for $120 million. The Amherst-based company bought the vessels from Oglebay Norton Marine Services in Cleveland, expanding its fleet to a total of 18 vessels. American Steamship already had the largest U.S.-flag fleet on the Great Lakes prior to the deal. Oglebay Norton is […]

  • 8 June 2006

    China’s most advanced professional rescue ship “South Sea Rescue Ship 111” was put on service in Haikou base of South Sea Rescue Bureau on Wednesday. The 98-meter-long and 15.2-meter-wide ship can sail 12,000 sea miles continuously on the sea. It can also withstand typhoon of maximum 14 on the wind scale and break ice.

  • 7 June 2006

    Kazakhstan is ready to sign an agreement on shipping crude oil across the Caspian Sea through the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline, Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev said June 8. He added that the deal will be signed during the Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia in Almaty, Kazakhstan, on June 17.

  • 31 May 2006

    In another high profile acquisition program for Qatari projects, Qatar Gas Transport Company Ltd. (Nakilat) has been awarded 25 year timecharters by Qatar Liquefied Gas Company Limited (III) (QG3) for 7 ‘QFlex’ and 3 ‘QMax’ LNG carriers. Just two months ago Nakilat ordered 6 QMax vessels for charter to QGII, meaning that Nakilat now has […]

  • 29 May 2006

    Global contractor, i-Tech, part of Subsea 7 announced today that it has placed a significant order for new build deepwater work class vehicles, which will be supplied with advanced, light weight, high performance handling systems. The systems, to be named Centurion Qx, have been specifically designed and built for i-Tech and its target market. The […]

  • 29 May 2006

    On May 27, H.4442, a 6,700 UNITS PCTC for Wallenius Lines was named the

  • 29 May 2006

    It was a highly successful first day for Basilica today. Four wins out of four races off the Southsea seafront in front of a jubilant crowd of cheering spectators made it a special day for the UK entry in the high speed catamaran series. The recipe of constant winds of 15 knots with added sunny […]

  • 26 April 2006

    On the 31st of March Smit and Damen Shipyards Gorinchem reached an historic agreement for the construction and delivery of 11 Damen Azimuth Stern Drive Tugs. Two of these vessels (type ASD Tug 3211) have been awarded a long term contract in Equatorial Guinea. Four vessels (type ASD Tug 2810) will replace current vessels in […]

  • 26 April 2006

    Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. (HHI) recently secured an order for four (4) 8,600 TEU large containerships from Principals of Zodiac of the UK worth US$540 million. The ordered vessels will feature a length of 339.6m, width of 45.6m, depth of 24.6m with a service speed of 27 knots. Each vessel will be fitted with first-class […]

  • 25 April 2006

    Two people were still missing after a fishing boat capsized early Wednesday morning off the coast of East China’s Zhejiang Province, said the local maritime bureau. The accident occurred at about 4:30 a.m. in the sea areas 60 sea miles east of Xiangshan County under Ningbo City when the fishing boat “Zhelingyu-8325” collided with another […]

  • 25 April 2006

    Panama’s president is appealing to his citizens to support the biggest expansion of the Panama Canal since it opened in 1914, making way for huge container ships that can carry twice as much cargo. The project, which will be put to voters in a referendum later this year and is expected to cost $6 billion, […]

  • 18 April 2006

    A long-delayed doubling of submarine construction can’t begin any sooner than 2012 because of ongoing difficulties in getting costs under control, the Navy’s top officer who oversees submarine building said Monday. At a briefing for reporters, Rear Adm. William Hilarides, program executive officer for submarines, took issue with claims by shipyard executives that a cost […]

  • 14 April 2006

    On April 15th 2006, less than twelve months after her keel was laid, Y-702’s hull and superstructure were ready to be transferred to the oceAnco facility. Later that day, the superstructure was positioned on the hull before the yacht was transported to the quay at the oceAnco facility in Alblasserdam. She was carefully lifted out […]

  • 10 April 2006

    Ha Noi (VNA) — Ha Long Shipyard workers have been successful in fixing damage to the hold of the country’s largest vessel, the Florence, that caused it to take in water a mere hour after its launch in Quang Ninh Province on April 6.

  • 7 April 2006

    Pepsi Americas’ Sail 2006, the maritime festival coming to Beaufort and Morehead City this summer, has received commitments from six additional tall ships. The new ships include Schooner Virginia, a 122′ schooner

  • 5 April 2006

    Adrian Flanagan, the sailing adventurer who’s making his way slowly, in a westabout direction around the world aboard Barrabas – an 11m stainless steel sloop – is now over five months into his voyage.