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  • Massport's Board recently awarded a $4-million contract to Trust Construction Corporation of Chelmsford, Mass., for construction of a new cruise ship terminal. The facility, to be called Harbor Gateway Terminal, will be located at the Boston Army Base in South Boston.

    Massport executive director David W. Davis called the new terminal an important piece of the overall development plan for the Boston waterfront. He pointed out that Massport is making efforts to attract additional cruise lines to Boston, and that negotiations are continuing with cruise operators who will use the facility. Last year 13 vacation cruises departed from the Port of Boston, compared with 10 in 1983. Approximately 20,000 passengers take Boston-based cruises each year.

    Designed by the engineering and architectural firm of Post, Buckley, Schuh, and Jernigan, Harbor Gateway Terminal will accommodate a 1,200-passenger cruise ship and a smaller 600-passenger vessel. Construction is expected to be complete in 10 months, though operations at the terminal sL will begin June 1 this year.

  • in the series. The appearance of the book is the same as the previous editions; however, the 1,100 pages which describe more than 700 harbors and ports of call in North, Central and South America, supplied with detailed harbor plans, are filled with new information. In the American

  • to 253 miles inland. The complex consists of the Port of Greater Baton Rouge, Port of South Louisiana, Port of New Orleans, the St. Bernard Port, Harbor and Terminal District and the Plaquemines Port, Harbor and Terminal District. Port Improvements The Port of Savannah (Georgia), the 12th largest

  • The only modern gantry crane in the Aleutian Islands is now in service at the new $15-million container shipping terminal just completed at Dutch Harbor, Alaska, by American President Lines (APL). Local, state, and company officials were on hand for recent dedication ceremonies for the new facility

  • Bay-Houston Towing Company recently placed into service the C.R. Haden, another powerful harbor tug for regular use at ports on the Texas coast. The 3,200-hp C.R. Haden provides the power needed for towing, maneuvering and docking the newer and larger tankers, LASH and containerships calling at

  • by aiding the Masters to make a more informed decision at an earlier stage in the voyage – in some instances even before departing the previous port or harbor. Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL), which owns many of the ferries, ports and harbors in the region, procured a network of 15 tide and weather

  • Dolphin propulsors have been ordered for Radisson Seven Seas' 48,000-gt diesel-electric cruise liner under construction at Mariotti's premises in Genoa harbor. STN Atlas Marine's prowess in electrical engineering melded with John Crane-Lips' Dutch-honed skills in propellers, thrusters and hydrodynamics has

  • outlines the problems faced by ports in efficiently and safely handling today's larger ships. Three examples are discussed: The Panama Canal, Oakland Harbor and Tampa Bay. The role of simulation in helping to solve the problems faced each of these areas is discussed and illustrated. Task flow diagrams

  • . The 12 ships will operate worldwide, alternating their missions at sea with calls at overseas ports. Six of the vessels will be homeported in Pearl Harbor and six in Little Creek, Va. All 12 ships are being built for the Navy by Tacoma Boat Building Company in Washington. Three have been delivered

  • , is offering a free full-color brochure on their ship repair services and facilities available at the Portland Ship Repair Yard in Portland Harbor. This brochure is divided into six major sections, "Dillingham Ship Repair," "Port of Portland," "Utilities- Slop Disposal," "Ballast Water Treatment

  • for the construction and installation of container cranes at the Charles P. Howard Container Terminal now under construction in the Oakland Inner Harbor near Jack London Square. The Oakland board of port commissioners recently approved a proposal to advertise for bids for the equipment, calling

  • a contract for Imodco to design and engineer a Single Point Mooring terminal system to be anchored in 32 meters (about 105 feet) of water in Singapore Harbor. The single grade buoy will be capable of mooring fully loaded tankers of up to 320,000 dwt for the discharge of crude oil, and is scheduled for

  • MR Nov-19#90  , tel:(504) 780-8100,  Bristol Harbor Group, Inc., 99 Poppasquash)
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  • MR Nov-19#85 ROSE POINT ECS FLEET SERVICES
Rose Point Navigation)
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    ROSE POINT ECS FLEET SERVICES Rose Point Navigation Systems is moving into the Fleet Management market with the announcement of their next level of product offering called Rose Point ECS Fleet Services. ECS Fleet Services is an optional add-on to Rose Point ECS Update Services. The new set of features

  • MR Nov-19#77 M
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    M MARITIME MEDICAL CREW CARE “Medical care has to be managed by medical professional companies to ensure that cases are handled in the most ap- propriate way, crew members get highest quality of medical care at the most reasonable price. Additional requirements of GDPR put even additional pressure to

  • MR Nov-19#76 M
MARITIME MEDICAL CREW CARE
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    M MARITIME MEDICAL CREW CARE Crew Care: Managing Mariner Medical Care By Joe Keefe he competent authority shall as the population on shore enjoys. But, the embarking any mariner, a trusted 2012. There are several key aspects to require that, prior to begin- that’s not always the case. In case of

  • MR Nov-19#74  capacity 
LA, Berlin harbor’s warehousing and lo-)
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    Elektra push boat ordered by BEHA- energy concepts for many maritime areas – that an With the growth of Norsepower’s manufacturing capacity LA, Berlin harbor’s warehousing and lo- energy turnaround is quite possible.” and the anticipated increasing demand for its Rotor Sails, gistics ? rm will be equipped

  • MR Nov-19#65 VOICES NICK BROWN, DIRECTOR OF MARINE AND OFFSHORE,)
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    VOICES NICK BROWN, DIRECTOR OF MARINE AND OFFSHORE, LLOYD’S REGISTER what we believe will be prototype ves- LR research suggests that the cheap- as weather routing but these can only Digitalization has also enabled LR to sels, contracted and constructed in the est zero carbon fuels are going to be go

  • MR Nov-19#62 OFFSHORE WIND THE INSTALLATION FLEET
14-meter leg extensions)
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    OFFSHORE WIND THE INSTALLATION FLEET 14-meter leg extensions to manage off- transport of higher and heavier turbine Delft Offshore Wind Turbine Concept tion between research partners TU Delft, shore sites with deeper water and higher components. (or DOT), in just one hour, using the ? rst TNO, Van

  • MR Nov-19#55 ENVIRONMENTAL GREEN SHIP RECYCLING
states when the recipient)
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    ENVIRONMENTAL GREEN SHIP RECYCLING states when the recipient country cannot though not rati? ed by the requisite num- be required to have an initial survey to been uniquely tailored to the vessel. deal with the waste in line with the Con- ber of countries representing 40% of verify the inventory of

  • MR Nov-19#54 ENVIRONMENTAL GREEN SHIP RECYCLING
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    ENVIRONMENTAL GREEN SHIP RECYCLING n May 2014 National Geograph- is tremendous pressure from both gov- The Wrong Way to Recycle A Vessels a cash buyer, the new owner will use a ic wrote an in-depth article on ernment regulators and within the ship- To place pressure on both shipowners number of different

  • MR Nov-19#47 SHIPBUILDING USCG POLAR SECURITY CUTTER
vessel to reach)
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    SHIPBUILDING USCG POLAR SECURITY CUTTER vessel to reach the North Pole unaccom- transits to get on station and conduct Mardiros. The number one mission for panied—but it is designed primarily for operations with limited or no logistics the new PSC will be to carry out the an- Meet The “Fleet” scienti?

  • MR Nov-19#43 WORKBOATS SOUTHERN TOWING COMPANY
Are the Z-drives as)
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    WORKBOATS SOUTHERN TOWING COMPANY Are the Z-drives as robust as conven- off the exterior edges of the propeller. you have more of an effect on slowing awesome, it is just a phenomenal orga- tional? No. But life is a compromise and You can have a cort nozzle that solves down the vessel at 90 degrees than

  • MR Nov-19#40 WORKBOATS SOUTHERN TOWING COMPANY
Photos: ZF/Martin)
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    WORKBOATS SOUTHERN TOWING COMPANY Photos: ZF/Martin Meissner Career development. Opportunity and investing in the Statistics.” In short it says is you can make statistics say boats at the 11:30 watch change so that we can have as people. And we have gone way out of our way to put whatever you want.

  • MR Nov-19#36  storage depot in New York Harbor, working there  ton Marine)
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    at 16 working at an The company that I was running was bought by Hous- When I left the vessel I was the Damage Control As- oil storage depot in New York Harbor, working there ton Marine Services, so we moved from the Port Ar- sistant, which was normally an engineering function, so through high school and

  • MR Nov-19#33 WORKBOATS THE OSV MARKET
HORNBECK (HOS) 
vessels at Port)
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    WORKBOATS THE OSV MARKET HORNBECK (HOS) vessels at Port Fourchon. Photos: Basil Karatzas Maritime Medical Assistance Worldwide • Medical services for crew members in the Ports of Call • Evacuation and repatriation services for crew members and passengers, including doctor’s escorts on commercial

  • MR Nov-19#32 WORKBOATS THE OSV MARKET
DEMEREST TIDE: Tide-
water vessel)
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    WORKBOATS THE OSV MARKET DEMEREST TIDE: Tide- water vessel now working Eastern Mediterranean Photos: Iain Cameron ering longer term sentiments. A reckon- Tidewater units are oper- to point to actual demand seeing dayrates just above $40,500, ing in an early September 2019 confer- ating, its slide deck

  • MR Nov-19#22 T
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: OFFSHORE WIND
Public Of?  cials Face)
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    T THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: OFFSHORE WIND Public Of? cials Face Detailed Decisions – needed sooner, not later… AOT is working to develop a new port, speci? cally con? gured to serve Atlantic Ocean wind projects, on 30 acres along the Arthur Kill tidal strait between Staten Island and New Jersey. Boone Davis

  • MR Nov-19#7  the open ocean, busy harbors, or through congested)
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    your vessel and its contents safely and on time. While it might sound simple, we know it’s not easy! Whether you’re navigating the open ocean, busy harbors, or through congested inland waterways, being aware of your surroundings is paramount. Your number one line of defense is a Radar you can rely on

  • MR Nov-19#6 MARITIME
Editorial
REPORTER
AND
ENGINEERING NEWS
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  • MN Nov-19#99  from a similar po- of Grays Harbor Gary G. Nelson, execu-
CMA)
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    employment of Agne Damidaviciute as Gary Nelson, Executive Director, Port Crowley Scholarships for Purchaser. Agne comes from a similar po- of Grays Harbor Gary G. Nelson, execu- CMA Students Crowley Maritime recently awarded sition at a company based in The Neth- tive director for the Port of Grays

  • MN Nov-19#93  sea 
trials in Port Angeles Harbor. In a competitive solicita-
tio)
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    Salish Scout was recently accepted by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) after successful launch and sea trials in Port Angeles Harbor. In a competitive solicita- tion process last year, DNR selected Armstrong Marine’s proposal to design and build multiple vessels for their Ma- rine

  • MN Nov-19#81 . TSHDs are used extensive-
for harbors, near docks and piers)
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    without the need for tug assist chors or spuds. They are well-suited ity and the potential impact to marine or towing. TSHDs are used extensive- for harbors, near docks and piers, rela- ecosystems and sea life, as stated earlier. ly for routine harbor maintenance, tively protected channels, and tightly

  • MN Nov-19#80  from 
working the inner harbors and reaches of U.S. ports)
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    ; creating what is known as need, domestic dredgers are meeting the challenge. water column turbidity. TSHDs are often restricted from working the inner harbors and reaches of U.S. ports due to environmental restrictions related to turbidity, marine eco- Trailing Suction Hopper Dredges systems, and sea life

  • MN Nov-19#69  farms, sea 
conditions and harbors. The more 
knowledge)
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    a diverse range of wind farms, sea conditions and harbors. The more knowledge crews have about the en- vironment they are working in and the capability of their vessel, the bet- ter the decisions that could impact the safety of the team will be.” In the competitive world of sup- port vessel operation

  • MN Nov-19#68  before the 
vessel leaves the harbor – and, crucially, 
this)
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    us not to start the engine. These alerts go straight to vessel managers’ mobile phones so that checks can be carried out before the vessel leaves the harbor – and, crucially, this enables us to act before a fault becomes critical and results in unscheduled downtime.” – Ian Baylis, Managing Director of