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JULY 3, 2014—Vigor Fab, Seattle, WA, has signed a contract to build a 88 ft x 25 ft x 14 ft fireboat for the San Francisco Fire Department. “We’ve been aggressively ramping up our ability…
JULY 3, 2014—Singapore’s Keppel Shipyard Ltd (Keppel Shipyard), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd (Keppel O&M), has inked a $735 million contract with Golar Hilli Corporation, a subsidiary of Golar LNG Ltd,…
JULY 3, 2014—Danish container shipping giant Maersk Line has begun a pilot program to test classification society DNV GL’s ShipManager software on five of its ships for use in procurement, crewing, and quality, health, safety,…
JULY 2, 2014—Lloyd’s Register will class a new eco-friendly double-ended Dutch ferry that will most burn Compress Natural Gas as fuel and incorporate solar panels. To be called the Texelstroom, the 1,750-passenger, 350-vehicle, double ended…
JULY 2, 2014—Commercial vessel operators and boaters operating in New York Harbor or just looking to get a good view of the Macy’s Fourth of July fireworks, should be aware of the operating restrictions imposed…
JULY 2, 2014—Babcock Canada, Inc., and Chantier Davie Canada Inc., Levis, Quebec, Canada, announced the completion of the refit and upgrade of the Canadian Coast Guard Polar icebreaker Louis St. Laurent . The work was…
JULY 2, 2014—Marine Log is proud to announce that Anthony Chiarello, President & CEO TOTE, Inc., will provide the keynote address at its ALL ABOUT MARINE Conference & Expo, which is scheduled for Sept. 4,…
JULY 2, 2014 — After several starts, stops and stalls, offshore wind in the U.S. is starting to pick up a favorable breeze. The U.S. Department of Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) issued…
JULY 2, 2014—A specially outfitted U.S. Ready Reserve Force Roll-On/Roll-Off/container ship is sailing to the Port of Gioia Tauro in Calabria, Italy, where she will be loaded with 530 tons of chemical weapons from Syria…
JULY 1, 2014 — The National Transportation Safety Board has issued a report on an incident last year in which the Boston Towing and Transportation vessel Justice grounded with an impact sufficient to shear off…
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