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Gladding-Hearn’s 400th boat is under construction.
Index up 12 percent in 2012.
Kvichak delivers 150-passenger aluminum
cat for California’s Lake Havasu.
The New York Ferry accident’s legal ramifications.
With a bid of $9.003 million, Orion Marine Group was awarded the contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for maintenance and dredging of the Matagorda Ship Channel here.
The CBC is reporting on an eight-member crew of a Bolivian-flagged tugboat who claim the owner of the boat has abandoned their vessel and refused to pay them.
An empty oil tanker, the Overseas Reymar, struck the San Francisco Bay Bridge yesterday morning while being piloted by a member of the San Francisco Bar Pilots Association.
Newport Shipyard announced they have
purchased a new 500 metric ton Marine Travelift, which they say will be the
largest Travelift operating in New England.
NEW ORLEANS—At the International WorkBoat Show, Braveheart Shipping BV announced its newest vessel. With the goal of servicing wind farms more than 200 miles offshore, as well as performing survey functions, adverse sea conditions were a certainty. Guardian is the result. This Javelin 22.22 equipped with a Seakeeper M21000 gyro stabilization system can operate productively in a wide range of sea states, leading to greater profitability for Braveheart.
Beier Radio will present its new Beier IVCS 4000 DP System. The new Beier IVCS 4000 DP System builds on these core principles with the addition of new hardware, software and graphics. The system is easy to use, maintain and provides the customer with the lowest cost of ownership.
Beier Radio also continues to live up to its solid reputation as a service provider. From new construction to retrofit projects, Beier Radio sales, engineering and project management staff oversees projects from start to finish to ensure that the integrated DP systems are designed specifically for client vessel requirements, are installed properly, pass trials with ease, and perform successfully at sea.
Will Mexico see more U.S. OSVs?
If Mexico's new oil reforms work, U.S. OSV operators will receive a nice boost and relocate more vessels to the region.
Author: David Krapf
August 28, 2014
Has the Coast Guard gone international?
I am increasingly concerned with the International Maritime Organization (IMO). It’s not about the group’s regulation of international vessels but with the potential impact that emerging IMO rules might have on domestic U.S. vessel operators and mariners. The Coast Guard
Author: Capt. Alan Bernstein
August 28, 2014
Wood boats, aluminum boats and Port Townsend
It's still summer, still a good time to be on the water, whether for work or pleasure. Last week, I got a chance to do both at the same time.
Author: Bruce Buls
August 26, 2014
What’s next for shipping assets?
Theories on optimal ownership structures for capital assets are like the shipping markets — they go in cycles. Since workboats are often ancillary to some larger business mission, I am always scanning the business news for clues about company architecture.
Author: Barry Parker
August 26, 2014