for $ 13m to Greek Cyprus Sea Lines
for $ 8,4m to Vietnamese buyers
Havila have confirmed to have ordered two passenger ferries with Tersan shipyard, Yalova, Turkey. These ships are two of totally four to be put into service on the traditional Hurtigruten line. http://cruisedeck.de/tuerkische-werft-tersan-erhaelt-auftrag-fuer-schiffe-im-hurtigruten-dienst/
The world’s largest operational offshore wind farm, Walney Extension, opened at a ceremony in Barrow in the north-west of England. Walney Extension, which is owned by Ørsted and its partners PFA and PKA, is the first project to use wind turbines from two different manufacturers. About Walney Extension Offshore Wind Farm Owned by Ørsted (50%), PKA (25%) and PFA (25%) Located in the Irish Sea - approximately 19km from the Walney Island coast in Cumbria Covers an area of 145km2 equal to around 20,000 football pitches Total capacity of 659MW – capable of powering almost 600,000 UK homes First project to use turbine technology from two different manufacturers More than 200km of cables used to connect the turbines offshore to the National Grid onshore Features two offshore substations, each weighing 4,000 tonnes. The jacket foundation height is 50m, and topside height is 18.5m.
for $ 18m to Undisclosed
Beached at Chittagong 11.03.19
International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) will raise its stake in Manila North Harbor Port (MNHP) to 50% for nearly PHP1bn ($18.6m), local reports said.
nverclyde Council plans to build a new £15 million (US$19.4 million) berthing facility and visitor centre at Greenock Ocean Terminal in Inverclyde, Scotland. To be funded by the Glasgow City Region Deal, the new berthing facility will boost Greenock’s capacity to handle cruise ships and enable operator Peel Ports to handle more than 150,000 cruise passengers per year. Forecasts suggest that this could generate an additional £26 million in annual revenue for the Scottish economy.
for $ 19m to Nigerian buyers
for $ 13,5m to Greek Baru Delta Maritime
The US Coast Guard is responding to a diesel fuel spill that took place in the Arthur Kill Waterway near Port Reading, New Jersey, on Thursday September 6. All fuel transfers at the facility are temporarily suspended. Watchstanders at US Coast Guard Sector New York received a report of a diesel fuel spill during a product transfer at the Buckeye Terminal in Port Reading. Because of high winds and rain at the time of the incident, facility personnel could not calculate the exact amount of fuel spilled into the waterway. A pollution response team from US Coast Guard Sector New York is currently on scene to help mitigate the situation. An oil spill removal organization has been contracted to clean up the spill, and they have placed containment boom in the water. One barge was involved in the spill and is inside the containment boom. The federal on scene coordinator and marine inspectors from Sector New York are currently evaluating the condition of the barge. All fuel transfers at the facility are temporarily suspended until investigators can determine the cause of the spill and the facility can safely carry out fueling operations. Source: SAFETY4SEA.
The Port of Felixstowe's Trinity Quay remains congested with a backlog of cargo built up in August, following problems with the port's terminal operating system (TOS). Landguard is gradually returning to normal said the port, while quayside productivity continues to recover with corresponding improvement in container throughput, although the pace of progress is “slower than we would have liked,” said the port. “The first of the services that diverted temporarily to other ports, the jointly-operated Seago, Hamburg Sud and CMA CGM Levant service, returned to Felixstowe on 23rd August, and we are discussing with our shipping line customers welcoming back more services in the coming weeks,” the port reported. http://www.portstrategy.com/news101/world/europe/felixstowe-stable-but-backlog-remains