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TBA, ARL-Shipping.com Announce Partnership

Aug 29, 2011

Key marine terminal software providers join forces to complement their offerings.Hong Kong based arl-shipping.com Limited and Dutch headquartered TBA B.V. today announced they have teamed up to join forces and offer their customers a complementary set of products and services…

WWII Liberty Ship Davy Crockett Demolition Completed

Aug 26, 2011

Oil Spill Averted from Derelict Vessel in Columbia RiverThe final section of a once proud WWII Liberty Ship was removed from the Columbia River today by Ballard Diving & Salvage under the direction of the United States Coast Guard and unified…

Safebridge links with Raytheon Anschütz

Aug 26, 2011

Cooperation Agreement to provide their 5th type-specific ECDIS training solution. With the pressure on to train seafarers in the use of ECDIS, the online simulation training company Safebridge is in negotiation with various ECDIS suppliers to offer online…

AVEVA to sponsor and present at ICCAS 2011

Aug 23, 2011

Industry and product experts will deliver thought leading perspectives for the shipyard.Cambridge, UK - 23 August 2011: AVEVA (LSE:AVV), a leader in engineering design and information management solutions for the plant, power and marine industries…

2nd Fast Response Cutter Launched

Aug 22, 2011

Vessel named for Coast Guard hero Richard Etheridge. The U.S. Coast Guard’s second, 154-foot Fast Response Cutter, the Richard Etheridge, was launched at Bollinger Shipyards in Lockport, La., Thursday, marking a significant milestone in…

U.S. Navy Opens Nominations for ORAP Membership

Aug 22, 2011

The Ocean Research Advisory Panel (ORAP) is soliciting nominations for new members. Nominations should be submitted no later than September 15, 2011. Nominations should be submitted via e-mail to CDR Stephen D. Martin, U.S. Navy, at stephen…

U.S. Coast Guard's GMDSS Task Force Met on 3 August 2011

Aug 22, 2011

The U.S. Coast Guard's GMDSS Task Force met 3 August 2011, at RTCM Headquarters in Arlington, VA.The summary record for that meeting can be downloaded at: http://rtcm.info/TFSR-68.docThe next meeting is Wednesday 28 September 2011 at 9:00 am…

Glosten Completes Study for WSF

Aug 22, 2011

The Glosten Associates announces completion of a feasibility study for Washington State Ferries (WSF) on converting its 144-car ferry design to liquefied natural gas (LNG) propulsion. Glosten’s study, which investigated design, economic, regulatory…

Immediate success for XpressLink from Ship Equip

Aug 18, 2011

Two independent international shipping companies acted immediately and ordered 28 XpressLink systems from Ship Equip. “XpressLink has been enthusiastically embraced by the market, and customers have been quick to respond says CSO Gilles A Gillesen…

8,000 Tons of Steel vs. 50 Cyclists

Aug 17, 2011

The huge mid section of the UK’s first Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier will leave BAE Systems’ shipyard at Govan today, starting a 600 mile journey by sea to Rosyth, where the aircraft carrier will be assembled. Over 50 cyclists also left the yard…

ABS: Approval in Principle for Floating Renewable Energy Plant

Aug 17, 2011

ABS has issued its first Approval in Principle (AIP) for a new concept renewable energy design in which a moored spar uses ammonia in a closed-cycle process to produce electrical power for a commercial utility grid. Unlike wind, tidal or solar…

Navy Completes Arctic Environmental Assessment

Aug 17, 2011

WASHINGTON (NNS) -- The Navy released an Arctic environmental assessment and outlook Aug. 15 that will be instrumental in developing future strategic plans and investments in a region that is becoming increasingly accessible to exploration and commercial enterprise…

BMT Wins Petrobras Cascade & Chinook Contract

Aug 17, 2011

BMT Scientific Marine Services (BMT) was contracted by Petrobras America Inc., a subsidiary of Petrobras, to provide support maintenance and repair for the Cascade and Chinook Free Standing Hybrid Riser Tower (FSHR) Monitoring System.This…

Yang Ming Successfully Implements AMOS

Aug 17, 2011

SpecTec has successfully completed the implementation of AMOS on the first lot of 40 ships with Yang Ming. SpecTec will install AMOS on another 11 ships during the course of 2011, while more system will be implemented in 2012 to complete the Fleet installation which is to date of 89 ships…

Sonardyne helps major scientific discovery on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge

Aug 15, 2011

Sonardyne International’s Ranger 2 USBL (Ultra-Short BaseLine) acoustic positioning technology has played a crucial role in a scientific mission to discover a new eco system on the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. The Irish led VENTuRE expedition…

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