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  • A/S Thor Dahl Shipping of Sanderjord, Norway has purchased South Pacific InterLine (SPI) from Reederi AB Gotland of Visby, Sweden.

    Thor Dahl Shipping assigned its San Francisco-based shipping company, South Seas Steamship (SSS), full responsiblity for managing SPI's vessels, including scheduling and port calls into Tahiti, American Samoa, Western Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, New Caledonia, Australia, Papua New Guinea and Hawaii.

    Under the cooperative agreement, both SSS and SPI will maintain separate identities.

    SSI has already taken steps to rationalize the service. The 450- TEU Kochnev will be replaced with a larger and faster vessel that will join the 700-TEU Moana Pacific in a rotation that cuts round-trip transit time by nearly a week between North America, the Pacific Islands and Australia.

    SSS added the 256-TEUApoZZo to make dedicated calls directly between Southern California and Pago Pago, where it primarily serves the tuna cannery there.

  • . American Samoa Governor Peter Tali Coleman commented, "Southwest Marine brings a muchneeded, full-service ship repair capability to the South Pacific." He added that "Southwest Marine is committed to building that capability by the retraining and employment of American Samoan workers." The

  • the Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., to provide offshore salvage services for the U.S. Navy in a major portion of the North and South Pacific Ocean Area. The firm is a division of Crowley Maritime Corporation, San Francisco-based operator of one of the world's largest fleets

  • .72 feet in length, 85.30 feet in width, with a depth of 19.68 feet, and it will be capable of docking the deepsea fishing fleet operating in the South Pacific and Antarctic, cargo and passenger vessels and most of the supply ships currently working on the offshore oil drilling program off the southern

  • to succeed Brigadier General Richard Kaiser, who headed out to serve in Afghanistan. General Toy was previously the Commanding General of the Corps’ South Pacific Division. On August 3, Steven L. Stockton, P.E., SES, retired as Director of Civil Works for the Corps, the highest civilian position in the agency

  • includes the Far East in the spring, Alaska/Vancouver in the summer, the west coast of Mexico/ Panama Canal/Caribbean for autumn and the South Pacific/Oceania/ Southeast Asia for winter. On her 12 decks, this luxury liner will have two restaurants, several lounges, a night club, cafe, cinema

  • and safety standards for domestic and international operations. Glacier Bay expects to operate the vessel in Hawaii and the South Pacific during winter seasons. Matt Nichols, president of the building yard, said that the vessel will be the largest cruising catamaran ever built

  • in the world, and into ports that larger cruise ships cannot enter." One ship will sail in the Mediterranean, and the others in the Far East, South Pacific, and Caribbean. The yacht-like ships will carry only 120 passengers, all in large, outside suites, and crews of 50, with all crew members berthed

  • is known both for his substantial catches and for his trawl designs. The world has been Mr. Ruhr's fishing ground, from the North Atlantic to the South Pacific to the Bering Sea. Success has likewise followed him from Greenland to Chile to Alaska. The veteran skipper will now turn his attention again

  • number of passengers carried. Together with Holland America Line and Windstar Cruises, it currently operates 176 ships in Alaska, the Caribbean, South Pacific and the Orient. The company also operates Carnival's Crystal Palace Resort & Casino, a 1,550-room property in Nassau, Bahamas. Carnival also

  • II Marine Corps hero for whom the vessel is named. Her daughter, Catherine Evans, served as maid of honor. For his battlefield heroism on the South Pacific island of Tarawa, Lt. Bonnyman was posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. Guest speaker at the naming ceremony was U.S. Representati

  • dealing with everything from potato chips to a major airline. He remained there until 1969, when he left New York again, this time for the heat of South Florida to join an ad agency in Miami, where he eventually landed the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line (RCCL) account. It was a favorable match for

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    the University of Maryland. ? ce. Abisch joins Crowley following Foss Welcomes New CFO a career with Econocaribe Consoli- Sea Machines CEO dators in South Florida. Goldenberg Foss Maritime Company announced Speaks at Global also joins Crowley following a 30-year that Mike Welch has joined the Entrepreneu

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    or military from Cox Powertrain’s UK headquarters, which is based small littoral craft – will bene? t the most, and which at Shoreham Airport on the South Coast of England. Last was your target audience? That’s like asking who bene? ts most from diesel engines: year we opened our new state-of-the-art

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    T TECH REPORT MARINE FUELS used for new vessel builds and retro? ts around the world. “The Chicken Comes First” One of the oft-quoted challenges is the “chicken and egg” dilemma when a dis- ruptive propulsion technology enters the maritime market. Critics will claim that ship owners are reluctant to

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    investor group TANKERS its network. In early 2018, it completed its ac- assembled by Macquarie Infrastructure Part- quisition of Hamburg Sud and its North/South ners, subject to a divestment agreement with Top Global Tanker Owners by Number of Vessels route system that complemented Maersk’s the U.S. Department

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    by China University of Geosciences for measuring the current pro? le and the vehicle’s velocity during drifting. The image shows a deployment in the South China Sea near the city of Zhuhai. Testing the USV’s systems in a bay near Qingdao, China. The test includes boat stability (by hauling/dragging

  • MT Apr-19#39  is deeply involved in the  South Paci?  c nation has had)
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    to govern this nascent industry. to 24,000 square kilometers of the Cooke Islands EEZ. The Toronto-listed Nautilus Minerals is deeply involved in the South Paci? c nation has had a Seabed Mining Act since 2009, Bismarck Sea project, Solwara 1, where the world’s ? rst, and OML will work with its Seabed

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    for a bridge project in the United States. The project was started in January of 2013 and, after a phased opening that started in 2017, the ? nal south traveling lanes were opened in September of 2018. De- construction work on the old bridge continues. Business Challenge: The retired Tappan Zee Bridge

  • MT May-19#35  Navy shipyard on the south 
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    (SN-BR), all made in Brazil 4.5 million square kilometers - equivalent to half of Brazil’s at a purpose build state-of-the-art Navy shipyard on the south land area. coast of the state of Rio de Janeiro. To protect this natural heritage and guarantee Brazilian Of the four conventional submarines already

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    , Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Tunis, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Kingdom, Ukraine

  • MN May-19#57  of us that live and work in south  Limetree Bay, St. Croix)
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    vice industry is second to none. And Bay Terminals (LBT). LBT, located at ity year. Nelson is slated to be installed those of us that live and work in south Limetree Bay, St. Croix, USVI, is in the as chairman for a one-year term on the Louisiana know the power of neigh- process of restarting an idled

  • MN May-19#52  Europe, Australia and South 
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    and reliable performance, particularly in more extreme environmental conditions. This smaller boat currently used throughout Europe, Australia and South America delivers the same consistent performance as the larger boats to the US mid-sized market. The boat features a twin chine heavy weather hull

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    projects is up. For 2018-2019, Mike Little’s data shows $35.6 billion in new investments in the Northeast Region, a 2.1% increase over 2017. For the South, new investment will total $160 bil- lion, up 2% from 2017. In the Midwest – investment will be close to $80 billion – a whopping 12.8% increase over

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    the sheen came as a workboat left the safety of its riverside dock just after from another vessel and had nothing to do with the dam- midnight to travel south to meet with and make up a small aged towboat. Ultimately, any petroleum product because ? otilla of eight empty barges for delivery to a riverside

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    unit enables us to provide routes for container on barge services. a more comprehensive level of barge service to current and In the past few weeks, the South Carolina Ports Author- potential customers and continue to serve as a catalyst for ity (SCPA) furthered their quest to develop a marine high- commerce

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    it will eventually reduce the number to transported on any one of the alliances members (NYK Line, ‘K four, with two in the North Harbor and two in the South Harbor, Line, and MOL) could be delivered to any one of seven terminals the new inside names of Seattle and Tacoma, called locally SeaTac. in the

  • MP Q1-19#34 FUEL LOGISTICS
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    FUEL LOGISTICS The USA is expected to have the largest sup- ply surplus and export potential, followed by China and Russia. Conversely, we – and other analysts – project Europe will be in deficit on 0.1%/0.5% supply; also, and critically, the Pacific region that includes Singapore, although increasing

  • MP Q1-19#28  service to Puerto Rico, north-south routes, and 
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    by 2023, enhancing the port’s ability to handle do- ated with trucking the cargo across the state.” mestic container service to Puerto Rico, north-south routes, and trans-Paci?c strings. SeaTac Surges Loaded container volume at the Port of Jacksonville jumped 6.8 The Northwest Seaport Alliance handled