Western Caribbean

  • Norwegian Cruise Line canceled the weekly sailing of its ship Norway on May 29 because of leaks in the fire sprinkler system, thwarting Caribbean vacation plans for more than 2,000 passengers stuck in Miami.

    The Norway had been scheduled to leave the Port of Miami on May 27 for a seven-day cruise to the western Caribbean.

    But the Coast Guard barred it from sailing after a surprise inspection found 106 poorly patched leaks in the pipes that supply water to the sprinkler system. The Coast Guard said the flaws "could severely limit the ship's ability to fight a fire on board." Crew members had hoped to repair the problems and obtain clearance to sail by May 28: the latest the 40- year-old ship could leave Miami and still complete its voyage.

    "Unfortunately this has not happened." NCL said in a statement announcing cancellation of the voyage on Tuesday.

    The cruise line, a unit of NCL Holding, which is owned by Star Cruises Group, said the Norway's 2,032 passengers would be offered a full refund for the voyage plus a free seven-day cruise in the future. The cruise line said it would also reimburse passengers for travel costs and provide flights home if needed.

    "We're trying to fly them out. the ones that we can get flights," a spokeswoman said. "They're staying on the ship until we can make other arrangements." NCL said the repairs were 80 percent complete and it was confident they would be done in time for the Norway's next weekly cruise. They could not immediately comment on the financial impact of the canceled voyage.

  • at Fincantieri's Monfalcone yard, can move at a speed of 22.5 knots. Carnival Victory began a year-round program of seven-day eastern and western Caribbean voyages from its homeport in Miami on October 15, 2000. Eastern Caribbean cruises visit San Juan, St. Croix and St. Thomas, while the western

  • debut — until December 13 when it will steam back to its homeport in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. for its regular fall/winter itinerary of Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises. MR/EN spoke with Becky Stewart. NNS' director of ship repair, who provided a full update of the project via telephone from the meeting

  • . Once repairs on the Azipods are complete, the vessel will steam south to its homeport — resuming its scheduled itineraries to the Eastern and Western Caribbean. First established in Europe, Azipods have been touted as innovative because of their ability to pull the ship through water rather

  • Fincantieri's Marghera shipyard for Costa Cruise Lines, the CostaClassica recently entered service, making seven-day cruises in the Eastern and Western Caribbean. According to Costa Cruise Lines, the 718-1/2-foot CostaClassica's traditional sleek exterior lines set the tone for a vessel that blends

  • delivery of the latest, seminal vessel on schedule. The size of the shipboard community at any time during the course of her seven-day voyages in the Western Caribbean is startling, whether judged by the lower- bed passenger capacity measure of 3,138 or maximum of 3,840, together with up to 1,180 crew

  • larger cruise ships with varied itineraries including the Maine coast, Newfound- land and Labrador, intra-coastal waterway to Florida, eastern and western Caribbean, and the northern coast of South America. Blount expanded its cruise ship fleet in 1998, with a new line of 183-ft., 100-passenger Grande Class

  • as national marine account manager in the company's Seattle office dealing with custom and production yachts and commercial marine accounts for the western U.S. MTU North America, incorporated in 1978 to provide compact, high-power-density marine diesel engines for pleasure, commercial and military

  • . The first member of the fleet will perform varied European voyages from June through October 2000, before embarking on alternating eastern and western Caribbean sailings from Fort Lauderdale in November 2000. At 91,000 tons, 965 x 106 ft. (294.1 x 32.3 m) Millennium is equipped to carry 1,950 passengers

  • Meraviglia will offer two different itineraries out of PortMiami in the West Caribbean and MSC Seaside; will continue to sail 7 nights from Miami to Western Caribbean or Eastern Caribbean.MSC Divina will return from the Mediterranean in November 2019 offering an 11-night cruise to Jamaica, Colombia, Panama

  • in 2017. Presently it handles vessels for Carnival Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, and Disney Cruise Line – mainly on cruises around the Western Caribbean. The port highlighted its recent successes, saying, in a news briefing: “December 2017 was a record month for cruise ship calls in one month

  • tugs, all cleared by the U.S. Coast Guard for offshore work, are available for rig towing, salvage, and long-distance barge towing "anywhere in the Western Hemisphere." This includes the Atlantic Coast, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and Mississippi River, according to Capt. Ralph Diaz, general manager

  • MN Nov-19#93 VESSELS
Metal Shark Expands Into Peru
state-operated)
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    VESSELS Metal Shark Expands Into Peru state-operated Peruvian shipyard Servicios Industriales de la Marina (SIMA-PERU SA). The ? rst round of Peruvian Navy maritime interdiction vessels are now being built by Metal Shark in the United States. Under a co-production agreement with SIMA, Metal Shark plans

  • MP Q3-19#48 Advertiser Index
Page  Company     Website  Phone#
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    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 48

    Advertiser Index Page Company Website Phone# 9 Connecticut Port Authority www.CTPortAuthority.com (860) 577-5174 21 CPE Certifed Port Executive www.certifedportexecutive.com (902) 425-3980 1 Kalmar www.kalmarglobal.com Please visit us online C2 Nor thwest Seaport Alliance www.

  • MP Q3-19#39 LNG BUNKERS
VT Halter Marine is con-
structing (and has)
    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 39

    LNG BUNKERS VT Halter Marine is con- structing (and has launched) a 4,000 cbm LNG articulated tug and barge unit with Qual- ity Liquefed Natural Gas Transport, LLC (Q-LNG) that is due for delivery in the frst quarter of 2020. Last year it reportedly executed a letter of intent to build a second 8

  • MP Q3-19#38  and affordable LNG available 
western edge of the Bakken play)
    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 38

    innovative solu- gistics and sand transloading facility in East Fairview, along the tions to make clean, safe, reliable and affordable LNG available western edge of the Bakken play in far northern North Dakota. to marine and inland customers that can be served from the port NorthStar Midstream owns ffty

  • MP Q3-19#37 LNG BUNKERS
Credit: Eagle Credit: Shell
ships powered)
    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 37

    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#36 LNG BUNKERS
Credit: Halter Credit: Eagle
Who’s Fueling)
    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 36

    LNG BUNKERS Credit: Halter Credit: Eagle Who’s Fueling Whom? A snapshot of Florida’s nascent LNG bunkering business. By Rick Eyerdam ith the Port of Jacksonville the frst and most visible Whatever the case, it is clear that the LNG bunkering industry LNG bunkering port in the United States, it seems is

  • MT Oct-19#61 Tech Files
Blue Robotics’ Ping 360
Blue Robotics announced)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 61

    Tech Files Blue Robotics’ Ping 360 Blue Robotics announced their newest product, the Ping360 Scanning Sonar, which offers small ROVs the ability to nav- igate in low visibility water conditions. The sonar achieves a new level of affordability, priced at $1,975. The Ping360 is available immediately from

  • MT Oct-19#22  almost  Mariana Trench in the western Paci?  c Ocean, found)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 22

    . April, an explorer visiting the deepest part of the ocean, the “This study shows that our plastic production is being almost Mariana Trench in the western Paci? c Ocean, found plastic perfectly copied in our sedimentary record. Our love of plastic bags at the sea? oor. And in February, a team led

  • MR Oct-19#31 HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL
early 2016. By 2019, multiple)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 31

    HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL early 2016. By 2019, multiple export travelling in ballast…” typically after (which began in late 2015); these move shipping, has the potential to bring about facilities had already come online, with discharging on the U.S. West Coast and on Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs)

  • MN Sep-19#56  con- in Journalism from Western Washing-
eral Dynamics)
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    Association (WEDA) versity and an undergraduate degree Vice President, Engineering at Gen- Best Paper Award at its annual con- in Journalism from Western Washing- eral Dynamics Bath Iron Works in ference. This year, with the theme ton University. September 2019 MN 56 MN Sept19 Layout 50-59.indd

  • MN Sep-19#53 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
HII  Crowley  AAPA
Fields Collins)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 53

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS HII Crowley AAPA Fields Collins Saetre Menoyo Sabbatini Sutton Connor Spaulding NagleWieland MBA from American Intercontinen- ty, security and environment (HSSE) HII Announces tal University. Spaulding will oversee and operations integrity for the com- Leadership Changes

  • MN Sep-19#36 builds, St. Johns Ship Building will begin work on a)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 36

    builds, St. Johns Ship Building will begin work on a sec- ond pair of identical tugs, as well as a pair of 39-ft truck- able tugs, for Smithbridge. Separately, St. Johns Ship Building built the 190-foot landing craft Grand Master II for Bahamas Ferries. Propul- sion is provided by twin Cummins QSK19 engines

  • MN Sep-19#16 emergency dockings, etc., or are their clients that  also)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 16

    emergency dockings, etc., or are their clients that also saw your work mix move more to the commer- plan months in advance for work? cial side of the equation. But, you still do a lot of government work, don’t you? What’s the key differ- Give us a sense of how that work evolves. Typically, the ence

  • MN Sep-19#14 INSIGHTS
Creed – “Customer before Company, Employee)
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    INSIGHTS Creed – “Customer before Company, Employee before Owner, Family before Self, and Safety Above All” – every day. Listen in this month as he weighs in on the compli- cated and competitive world of ship repair. One of the key strengths of your repair yard is its abil- ity to cater to a wide range of

  • MN Oct-19#51  Plans New ATB for Enhanced Western AK Services
fuel products)
    October 2019 - Marine News page: 51

    Cargo handling system: Wartsila Depth: 32 feet – 10 inches Beam: 66 feet Cargo Capacity: 5,400 cubic meters Class: ABS Crowley Plans New ATB for Enhanced Western AK Services fuel products. The 410-foot ATB will have enhanced fea- tures for the demanding conditions of Western Alaska, an area that has a short

  • MN Mar-19#54  in Washington and 
from Case Western Reserve University. )
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    ing frm. Nani is a licensed profes- Ohio State University and an MBA Technology in Finland. He is experi- sional engineer in Washington and from Case Western Reserve University. enced in Marine Engineering and Na- Texas, and he received a BS in Naval val Architecture. Architecture and Marine Engineering

  • MN Mar-19#53 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Crowley Logistics  Waterways Council)
    March 2019 - Marine News page: 53

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Crowley Logistics Waterways Council, Inc. Collins Duckworth Ayala Toohey de Jordán Cohen Dreyfus Aurichio rector of Policy and Legislative Affairs. “Bal” Dreyfus has been appointed vice Crowley Makes Cohen most recently served as the Di- president, Alaska. Dreyfus now has

  • MN Mar-19#38  freight at the Port’s western 
and expansion of the)
    March 2019 - Marine News page: 38

    improvements at Berths 16 and 17 will sup- the overall project includes a new bulk transload facility port an increase in maritime freight at the Port’s western and expansion of the east side rail yard; Dock and apron end adjacent to the new west side rail yard. These upgrades improvements and a new west

  • MR Sep-19#13 I
INSIGHTS: FSRU
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    September 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 13

    I INSIGHTS: FSRU to onshore regasi? cation, opening new LNG supply: there needs to be a com- ers is to develop small-scale LNG proj- speculative ordering of FSRUs is slow- markets the possibility of importing liq- mitment to provide minimum volumes, ects that meet all these requirements ing, although

  • MT Sep-19#5 100
100 Meter Rated
Industry Leading 
Man-Portable AUV
600
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    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 5

    100 100 Meter Rated Industry Leading Man-Portable AUV 600 600 Meter Rated Modular AUV 6000 6000 Meter Rated Deep Water Workhorse 200 Meter Rated 1000 Meter Rated 6000 Meter Rated Endurance up to 3 Endurance up to 10 Endurance of Over Months Months a Year Our heritage for reliability in autonomous

  • MP Q3-19#48 ........................... 31 Western Bulk   .............)
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    of ........................................................... 31 Polsteam ..................................................................... 31 Western Bulk ................................................................ 32 Howard Terminal .....................................................

  • MP Q3-19#33 BREAKBULK SHIPPING
MARKET DRIVERS: SIZE MATTERS
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    BREAKBULK SHIPPING MARKET DRIVERS: SIZE MATTERS Great Volumes, Great Lakes Because breakbulk cargo is industrial (rather than consum- er driven), there is a relationship element which centers on The breadth of breakbulk cargoes, and the interaction with careful scheduling and consideration of shoreside

  • MP Q3-19#32 . These are fully cov-
include Western Bulk, J Lauritzen and)
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    as “Totally En- operators handling steel and wood parcels on a regular basis closed Forestry Carriers (or “TEFC”s). These are fully cov- include Western Bulk, J Lauritzen and MUR Shipping (part of ered, open hatch gantry crane vessels designed for weather- MacSteel), Island View Shipping (with major

  • MP Q3-19#31 BREAKBULK SHIPPING
CREDIT: Wagenborg
lantic has several)
    Jul/Aug 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 31

    BREAKBULK SHIPPING CREDIT: Wagenborg lantic has several months of downtime in the winter, creating The port of Houston is also major breakbulk gateway with a problem for cargo interests striving for year-round consis- products tied to the oil industry (and burgeoning activity in the tency. Gutheil