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  • , the Austal-built "Villum Clausen" has written its name into the record books, breaking the record for the longest distance traveled by a ship in 24 hours. Enroute to Denmark, the 282 ft. (86 m) gas turbine powered vehicle-passenger catamaran covered a distance of 1,063 n m in a 24 hour period —

  • ,000 single- and doubleeffect water makers to the marine and offshore markets. Multi-effect water makers (up to six effects) producing up to 1,000 m:i/24 hours (265,000 gpd) per unit, have previously been installed in vessels requiring large amounts of fresh water, e.g. cruise and passenger vessels, livestock

  • 31, 2002, Customs promulgated the so-called "24-Hour Rule." This rule required carriers to present to Customs a copy of the vessel's manifest at least 24 hours prior to lading the cargo on the vessel in a foreign port if the vessel was bound for a U.S. port with that cargo on board. For vessels carrying bulk

  • October 31. 2002, the U.S. Customs Service promulgated a regulation requiring sea carriers to present a vessel cargo declaration at least 24 hours prior to loading cargo in a foreign (non- U.S.) port when the ship is bound for a U.S. port. The vessel cargo declaration must include both cargo

  • . a maritime information and service provider, have teamed to offer a solution to comply with SSAS: a combination of SSAS hardware, web tracking and a 24- hour response center. The Radio Holland/Royal Dirkzwager SSAS solution is based on a three-tier package: • Hardware: Radio Holland can provide Inmarsat

  • the Advance Vessel Cargo Declaration regulation (better known as the 24-hour rule), carriers are required to notify U.S. Customs at least 24 hours prior to loading cargo in a foreign port if the cargo is to be carried to the United States. Among the information that must be provided to Customs

  • orders anytime, anywhere.  This complements Shell Marine Products’ (SMP) International Customer Service Centre (iCSC), that customers can contact 24 hours a day to order and check on the status of their orders.  An additional feature of the app is SMP’s Port Services Guide.   (As published in the November

  • fitted with two Watercom payphones. John G. Smith, vice president of marketing and sales for Watercom, stated, "All passengers and crew will now have 24-hour access to direct dial phone service, and they do not have to wait to go ashore to have it." Mr. Smith went on to say that "All of the calls

  • of U.S.-flag bulk vessels in the bilateral bulk trade. Under the agreement, U.S.-flag vessels may enter 40 listed Chinese ports upon 24 hours advance notice. Chinese vessels, on the other hand, will be able to enter all U.S. ports, except 12 that have been designated national security

  • Supporter, the vintage Atlas- Danmark freshwater generator is in first-class condition and still produces the nominal 21 tons of fresh water per 24 hours. In 1955, Atlas-Danmark developed the first freshwater generator utilizing waste heat from the ship's engines to convert seawater into high quality

  • complete name and address, or identification number, from all bills of lading" (as provided for in the October 31, 2002 rulemaking establishing the 24-Hour Rule) to "the identity of the foreign vendor, supplier, manufacturer, or other similar party" (as provided for in the December 5, 2003 rulemaking)

  • MR Nov-19#77  track of. Beyond  proximately 24-31% in costs related to)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 77

    agencies party partner. companies data – that clients save ap- traumas is very high, and in this case and shipowners to keep track of. Beyond proximately 24-31% in costs related to prompt and ef? cient medical help in the this, local medical facilities will over- Turn Key Solutions ‘Ports of Call’ visits

  • MR Nov-19#62 OFFSHORE WIND THE INSTALLATION FLEET
14-meter leg extensions)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 62

    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#24  to port areas with new  to come.
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    will be critical for years not comment. They referred questions base and an over-reliance on im- people to move to port areas with new to come. 24 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • NOVEMBER 2019 MR #11 (18-25).indd 24 10/29/2019 10:07:01 A

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    D DESIGN: BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD -cally no longer so dif? cult. sion pods in the 250 kW range (I would and a better engine room). seating to keep passengers safe in foil Foiling math is fun, and it is now well like to use four and she is a 1000 kW I would like her to be a bow loader collisions

  • MR Nov-19#12 I
INSIGHTS: GOVERNMENT UPDATE
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    I INSIGHTS: GOVERNMENT UPDATE Dennis L. Bryant Dennis Bryant is with Bryant’s Maritime Consulting, and a regular contributor to Maritime Reporter & Engineering News as well as online at MaritimeLogisticsProfessional.com. dennis.l.bryant@gmail.com The Internet of Maritime Things he Internet of Maritime

  • MR Nov-19#8   $9,527
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    le Age Group Number of Vessels Total Value USD m On Order 349 $13,471 0-4 1,109 $46,622 5-9 1,788 $29,870 10-14 1,023 $9,527 15-19 509 $3,385 20-24 454 $1,617 25-29 229 $475 30-34 124 $203 35-39 74 $111 40+ 72 $70 Grand Total 5,731 $105,353 Chinese Fleet Type Breakdown (Live & On Order)

  • MR Nov-19#6  
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    .com struck by a number of things, but mostly his direct manner of speaking. Grimm speaks swoop. The dynamics and potential +1 212 477 6700 ext 6240 his mind, as I will assume most everyone who knows him already knows, and South- are undeniable, as signi? cant offshore Terry Breese breese@marinelink

  • MR Nov-19#4  (12 issues) $110.00;
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    , and legislative issues. energy. In U.S.: She serves as Chair of the Virginia Offshore Wind Development One full year (12 issues) $110.00; two years (24 issues) $190.00 Authority (VOWDA), an appointment by Virginia Governors Ter- Merkel ry McAuliffe and Ralph Northam, where she promotes offshore Dana

  • MN Nov-19#92 VESSELS
SAFE Boats Delivers 19th Boat to FDNY
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    November 2019 - Marine News page: 92

    VESSELS SAFE Boats Delivers 19th Boat to FDNY SAFE Boats International (SAFE) has delivered boats 17, 18 and 19 to the marine division of the New York Fire Department, all during the month of August. The three latest additions to the FDNY ? eet are 33’ full cabin boats, the most popular con? guration

  • MN Nov-19#32  not ac-
customed to having 24/7/365 seamless comms, the)
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    automatic “smart routing” to satellite.” For the coastwise, Jones Act trades, that adds up to real savings. For inland operators not ac- customed to having 24/7/365 seamless comms, the world just got a little smaller. Agile’s state-of-the-art solutions load myriad local SIMs on a monthly regional plan. Using

  • MN Nov-19#24  www.alaskaseas.org
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    , and the signi? cant challenges of working and supporting operations in both the Arctic and the waters of Alaska. www.alaskaseas.org November 2019 24 MN MN Nov19 Layout 18-31.indd 24 MN Nov19 Layout 18-31.indd 24 10/28/2019 3:26:50 PM10/28/2019 3:26:50 P

  • MN Nov-19#4  Markets 
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    561-732-8414 MacGregor’s Fiber-rope Crane Lucia Annunziata • annunziata@marinelink.com for Offshore Markets Tel: 212-477-6700 ext 6240 Fax: 212-254-6271 John Cagni • cagni@marinelink.com 88 MARINE EQUIPMENT Tel: 631-472-2715 Fax: 561-732-8063 Frank Covella

  • MP Q3-19#48   www.superior-ind.com  (320) 589-2406
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    us online 7,29 Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors www.marinesurvey.org (800) 344-9077 C4 Superior Industries www.superior-ind.com (320) 589-2406 THE LIST People & Companies in This Edition ABC GHIJK North Kent College ............................ 29 A.P. Møller-Maersk ....................

  • MP Q3-19#47  that clients save approximately 24-31% 
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    with an unexpected port of call event MaritimeJobs.com is the shows – according to AP companies data world’s #1 – that clients save approximately 24-31% ranked recruiting site for in costs related to ‘Ports of Call’ visits and another ~45% in home country cases. the maritime industry. MLC-compliant

  • MP Q3-19#42 ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW
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    ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW “We’re like a giant test bed. We’re very concerned about impacts on customers, but we need to continue to clear the air. We’ve met goals in the past and costs started high. But they’ve dropped and we see that (decline) continuing as we keep working at it.” – Matt Arms, Acting

  • MP Q3-19#38 LNG BUNKERS
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    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 38

    LNG BUNKERS According to Steve Cadden, the chief operating officer of SEA/ LNG, an industry group that promotes the use of LNG as marine fuel, there are 168 LNG-fueled ships in operation today and another 177 on order. In addition, there are 141 ‘LNG-ready’ ships — dual-use vessels that could be converted

  • MP Q3-19#37 LNG BUNKERS
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    LNG BUNKERS Credit: Eagle Credit: Shell ships powered primarily by LNG. It’s amazing the number of Taino. This newly designed terminal is a frst-of-its kind, shore- companies that are lining up to till this fertile ground. to-ship, LNG bunkering facility. Eagle LNG’s Talleyrand LNG Bunker Station is built

  • MP Q3-19#24  © Samsung Heavy Industries
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    between ethane delivered to date have opted for the same containment system. A Reliance Industries VLEC design copyright: © Samsung Heavy Industries 24 Maritime Logistics Professional September/October 2019 |

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    30 Credit: Imabari 24 The Ethane Era Emerges Strong demand propels robust exports – here and across the big pond. A new feet of gas carriers is being built to meet the logistics challenge. By Aditya Aggarwal 26 T raining & Education Lifelong Learning in an Age of disruption By Ted

  • MT Oct-19#55 THE LATEST  
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  • MT Oct-19#54  a new state-of-the-art 
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    of an $11 million engines, rated at 803 bhp/2100 rpm and providing a cruising gift for the construction and operation of a new state-of-the-art speed of 24 knots. It has liveaboard accommodations for 14. research vessel that will expand teaching, research and out- Driven by twin ? xed pitch propellers

  • MT Oct-19#53  Hydrograpic Conference- Feb 24-27, Quebec City  
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    Expo 2020- Feb 11- 13, Aberdeen Underwater Defense & Security - Mar 3-5, Southampton Event Distribution Canadian Hydrograpic Conference- Feb 24-27, Quebec City Oceanology International - Mar 17-19, London Oceans 2020 Singapore - Apr 6-9 Singapore Sea-Air-Space- Apr 6-8, Baltimore, MD Ad Close:

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  • MT Oct-19#44 Monitoring
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    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 44

    Monitoring On-Demand, Continuous Eelgrass Monitoring By Alessandra Bianchi The Challenge the clean seawater coming in as the tide rises and then the Eelgrass (Zostera marina) is a valuable coastal habitat in discharge from the estuaries as the tide goes out. Massachusetts, forming a complex underwater