Caribbean

  • Increased responsibilities have been given to three executives in the Caribbean Division of Crowley Maritime Corporation as a result of R.D. Carter's resignation from the company on November 11, according to a recent announcement by Leo L. Collar, president of CMC's Offshore Group, San Francisco, Calif.

    Robert Homan has been appointed general manager of Trailer Marine Transport Corporation, George Hutton has been appointed general manager of Gulf Caribbean Marine Lines, Inc., and Elmer Keller has been appointed general manager of Crowley operations within the Caribbean.

    Messrs. Homan, Hutton and Keller were previously managers for these respective operations, but will now take on expanded responsibilities of directing the overall operation of each, as well as day-to-day operations.

    Mr. Carter had served as president of Crowley's Caribbean Division, overseeing the operations of Trailer Marine Transport Corporation, Gulf Caribbean Marine Lines, Inc., Interisland Intermodal Line, CTMT, Inc., and other common carrier operations in the Gulf and Caribbean areas.

    Crowley Maritime Corporation has been operating in the Gulf and Caribbean since 1971 when it introduced its mammoth oceangoing barges into service from Florida to Puerto Rico and from the West Gulf Coast to Puerto Rico.

  • John Ducich has been appointed director of marketing/ contract transportation for the Caribbean Division of Crowley Maritime Corporation, San Francisco, Calif., according to a recent announcement by Leo L. Collar, CMC Offshore Group president. The appointment is part of an expansion of Crowley's

  • Ted Ellis has joined Crowley Maritime Corporation's Caribbean Division, Jacksonville, Fla., as director of sales, according to a recent announcement by Robert G. Homan, senior vice president of the division. Mr. Ellis was formerly vice president for one of the nation's largest surface freight

  • Crowley Maritime Corporation's Caribbean Division has relocated its New York marketing office to expanded quarters at One World Trade Center, Suite 4903, New York, N.Y. 10048. Telephone numbers at the new location are (212) 466-1922 and (800) 221-5100. The World Trade Center office is headquarters for

  • Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. named Jack Williams president and chief operating officer of Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises. In his new role, Williams, previously president of Royal Caribbean International, will manage the day-to-day operations of both cruise lines. The two lines will

  • The Texaco Caribbean, a very large crude carrier (VLCC) of 269,800 deadweight tons, built for the fleet of Texaco Panama Inc. by IHI (Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.), was christened recently in ceremonies at the IHI shipyard in Kure, Japan. The vessel was delivered last month and

  • John S. Hollett has joined Crowley Maritime Corporation's Caribbean Division as marketing manager, bulk commodities, according to a recent announcement by Robert G. Homan, Jacksonville, Fla., senior vice president of the division. In his new position, Mr. Hollett is r e s p o n s i b l e f o r

  • Four key appointments have been made in Crowley Maritime Corporation's Caribbean Division, according to a recent announcement by Robert G. Homan, Jacksonville, Fla., Crowley senior vice president and general manager of the division. David N. Messer has been appointed to the new position of vice pres

  • Moody's Investors Service downgraded Royal Caribbean's senior unsecured debt ratings reflecting higher than anticipated debt levels associated with the company's shipbuilding program, and a weaker price environment that may continue given the capacity expansion projected for the industry overall

  • Crowley Maritime Corporation's recent purchase of assets of Coordinated Caribbean Transport, Inc. (CCT) from International Controls Corporation will "greatly strengthen Crowley's capability to serve its customers and markets," a senior officer of Crowley said. Commenting on the acquisition, Robert G.

  • truck trailers for its expanding- fleet of equipment, according to a recent announcement by Robert G. Homan, senior vice president of the Caribbean Division of Crowley Maritime Corporation. Some 250 high-cube drop-frame trailers are on order, which will be among the largest available in the

  • Jay Brickman has been appointed director of Caribbean and Latin American services for Crowley Maritime Corporation's Caribbean Division, according to a recent announcement by Robert G. Homan, senior vice president of the division. Mr. Brickman was formerly director of international development for

  • MR May-19#42  ships power and  and Royal Caribbean. Other Maritime  production)
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    heavyweights, Carnival Last year saw a ramp-up of systems maritime authorities,” she says. “We see ESS, a battery or hybrid ships power and and Royal Caribbean. Other Maritime production that failed to meet demand, ourselves as partners for technology de- propulsion solution. Integrating battery Cleantech

  • MN May-19#57  technology and ex- Svitzer Caribbean Dominicana has se- gation)
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    of the Na- with St. Croix Re nery Aaron Smith, President of OMSA, tion’s critically important inland navi- commented, “The technology and ex- Svitzer Caribbean Dominicana has se- gation infrastructure. 57 www.marinelink.com MN

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  • MR Mar-19#42  
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    opera- Manager, Sperry Marine, SeaGuard the navigational risks they encounter ture very similar to its navigation radar has been installed on Royal Caribbean and operators are more concerned with and ECDIS platforms. tions Cruise Lines’ Quantum of the Seas. minimizing the risks of collision,” said

  • MR Mar-19#38  ferries – had  of the Royal Caribbean company, but it  what)
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    was a part with Lindblad, I moved to Seattle and and eventually a ship owner, and to sup- including bulk carriers and ferries – had of the Royal Caribbean company, but it what I found most exciting was the port the family business he wanted his gone out of business due to the ? nancial did not

  • MR Mar-19#31 , DISNEY CRUISE LINE, ROYAL CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL AND MSC)
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    SHIPPING • THE MARKET REPORT ONE LNG-FUELED CRUISE SHIP IS IN OPERATION WTH 31 ON ORDER FROM OPERATORS IN- CLUDING CARNIVAL, DISNEY CRUISE LINE, ROYAL CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL AND MSC. STEVE ESAU, GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEA/LNG CONSORTIUM Continued from page 29 have been installing advanced air quality systems

  • MR Mar-19#28  20,500 kW ABB Azipod 
Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the 
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    is provided by three The propulsion con? guration con- Spectrum of the Seas 20,000 kW ABB “XO” Azipods, leav- sists of two 20,500 kW ABB Azipod Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the SHIP Seas (pictured below, 4,800 passen- ing signi? cant wattage for the hotel XOs, with four 3,500 kW Brunvoll The allure

  • MR Mar-19#27 . As vessel de- were Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class ves-
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    berth passengers, ginning in the 1960’s; by the late 1990’s explains that its teams advised long- tion are both important. As vessel de- were Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class ves- and early 2000’s, a consolidation wave standing client MSC Cruises on a $3 signs have evolved, MSC touts its two sels (in excess

  • MR Mar-19#6  – Carnival Corp. and Royal Caribbean –  experience.  The)
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    a big Lucia Annunziata annunziata@marinelink.com +1 212 477 6700 ext 6240 gazed on the two publicly traded behemoths – Carnival Corp. and Royal Caribbean – experience. The latest under con- Terry Breese breese@marinelink.com we also venture inside MSC Cruises, the industry’s largest privately

  • MT Mar-19#40  to missions in the Caribbean, they allow you to complete)
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    . Our vehicles explore 99% of the world’s oceans and, with the ability to be used for numerous applications from under-ice exploration to missions in the Caribbean, they allow you to complete your mission efciently and accurately. With a history of success stories for defense, marine research and commercial

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  • MP Q1-19#45  Royal  own snowsuit.
Caribbean International, Celebrity)
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    are not expected. Antarctica will cost at least $11,000 and you must bring your With Silversea joining the RCL lineup alongside Royal own snowsuit. Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Azamara Club Norwegian Cruise Line expects to spend fve-years and Cruises, TUI Cruises and Pullmantur Cruceros

  • MP Q1-19#44  •	 Coco Cay, Bahamas - Royal Caribbean.
ly for MSC Cruises)
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    by winter, the • Princess Cays, Bahamas - Princess Cruises. Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve is a private island exclusive- • Coco Cay, Bahamas - Royal Caribbean. ly for MSC Cruises guests. Located in the Bahamas, Ocean • Labadee, Hispaniola - Royal Caribbean. Cay will offer 40 acres of beaches, split into

  • MP Q1-19#43  Gras.
CREDIT: Port Canaveral
Caribbean, Mexico and other destination)
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    of the proposed new Carnival Cruise terminal at Port Canaveral to host the 6,800 passenger, LNG fueled Carnival Mardi Gras. CREDIT: Port Canaveral Caribbean, Mexico and other destinations, according to port MSC Meraviglia will offer two different itineraries out of offcials. The Cruise Capital experienced

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of the Seas from Royal Caribbean and in two years, an)
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    the MSC Divina. PortMiami will host both the 6,800 passenger Symphony The completion of the Terminal F was celebrated with an of the Seas from Royal Caribbean and in two years, an un- offcial ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, December named 7,000-passenger ship from MSC; plus Richard Bran- 7, 2017 attended

  • MP Q1-19#41  up to $50 
“Cruising the Caribbean is 
million as part)
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    WATCH 1,800-vehicle parking garage and surrounding areas was set at a cost of $150 million. Carnival agreed to contribute up to $50 “Cruising the Caribbean is million as part of a 25-year operating agreement with the line that began Sept. 1, 2018. booming. Destinations including It is the largest

  • MP Q1-19#40 . But frst they will  Caribbean around Puerto Rico and)
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    will see the arrival of new cruise Emission Control Areas (ECAs) in Europe, America and the giants at PortMiami and Port Canaveral. But frst they will Caribbean around Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands and need giant terminals. have been since 2015, with little fanfare. New control areas are being establishe

  • MP Q1-19#34   vessels include Royal Caribbean (two 200,000 gt ships)
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    and more Other cruise lines placing orders for LNG-powered cruise bespoke destinations, it would be very challenging to ensure vessels include Royal Caribbean (two 200,000 gt ships for de- a robust, reliable, and adequate LNG supply,” he explained. liveries in 2022 and 2024 from Meyer Turku); Disney (four

  • MP Q1-19#26  records regarding Sustain-
Caribbean since the late 1990s))
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    as a priority and an important (founded by the Greek Chandris family, and part of Royal issue. We all are very proud of our records regarding Sustain- Caribbean since the late 1990s) with its Xpedition offerings. ability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in general.” He added, “They were willing

  • MP Q1-19#25  at Fin-
cantieri),  Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the Seas)
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    gamut from giant behemoths like MSC Grandiosa (the frst of the Meravi- glia Plus class, 6,200 passengers, under construction at Fin- cantieri), Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the Seas (a 4,200 passenger vessel being built at Meyer Werft, for the Asian market) down to smaller expedition vessels like Ponant’s

  • MR Feb-19#32  lists showing the top 
Caribbean brand. Baleària by the)
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    , Fla., and the island of Grand Bahama, under the Baleària Color Line: Color Line has passenger, vehicle We’ve presented lists showing the top Caribbean brand. Baleària by the numbers: 3.7m and cargo routes linking its home base in Nor- operators, by these standard measures. passengers, 1,500 employees

  • MN Feb-19#54  in 2019 
the islands of the Caribbean Basin.  The St. Lawrence)
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    from ABS and its Seaway Tolls, Wharfage to Rico, the Dominican Republic and affliated companies. Charges to Increase in 2019 the islands of the Caribbean Basin. The St. Lawrence Seaway Manage- Iridium Completes Satellite Specifcally, by adding additional ca- ment Corporation (SLSMC) an- Launch Campaign pa

  • MN Feb-19#51 , U.S. mainland and the Caribbean 
Basin. Taíno is the)
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    , January 11th. The successful transit begins a new era of world-class supply chain services between the island commonwealth, U.S. mainland and the Caribbean Basin. Taíno is the second of two ConRo vessels construct- ed for Crowley. Sister ship MV El Coquí began its frst- in-class service in July 2018

  • MR Jan-19#58  RCCL Win 
Royal Caribbean International selected)
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    tankers today, and a total of will stretch over two years from March crew guidance. 3 for ballast water treatment through- Optimarin: RCCL Win Royal Caribbean International selected Optimarin to provide its Optimarin Bal- last System (OBS) for three ? agship vessels. Optimarin has now retro? tted its