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Euroseas Ltd. Announces Time Charter Contract For Its Third Fuel Efficient 1,800 Teu Feeder Containership ...

MENA FN 18 Jun 2024
(MENAFN - GlobeNewsWire - Nasdaq) ATHENS, Greece, June 18, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Euroseas Ltd. (NASDAQ. ESEA, the–Company– or–Euroseas–), an owner and operator of container carrier vessels and ... .
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MSC Containership Arrested for Damages from “Runaway Exit” from Charleston

The Maritime Executive 12 Jun 2024
The U.S ... The U.S ... The 80,000 dwt containership, with a capacity of 6,700 TEU, was built in 2000 ... Multiple videos appeared online showing the impact of the wash of the speeding containership ... The Norway Pearl departed Charleston on June 9 ... ....
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Australia bans Cyprus-flagged bulk carrier

Greek City Times 05 Jun 2024
The Peace (IMO 9568067) is a Cyprus-flagged vessel managed by Danaos Shipping ... Danaos Shipping also manages the containership Suez Canal (IMO 9230311), which was held for an extended period of detention in January this year ... Witherall stated ... Mr ... ....
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Ammonia-Fueled Containership Design Marks Milestone with Two AiP Awards

The Maritime Executive 03 Jun 2024
Designs for a 3,500 TEU ammonia-fueled containership received the first stage Approval in Principle marking a milestone for the application of ammonia as an alternative marine fuel ... containership.
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Singapore Takes Steps to Address Containership Congestion

The Maritime Executive 30 May 2024
They said as many as 450,000 TEU were in the queue in Singapore while reporting containerships were being forced to hold off, sometimes at distance anchorages, due to a lack of berth space.
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Chinese Coastal Carrier Orders Largest Pure Electric Containerships

The Maritime Executive 28 May 2024
At the beginning of the year, COSCO commissioned the first two pure-electric containerships and now coastal carrier Ningbo Ocean Shipping has ordered two vessels it is calling the first of their kind in China and the largest in the world.
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NTSB Investigation: Loss of propulsion aboard containership Maunalei

SAFETY4SEA 22 May 2024
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released an investigation report on an incident where the containership Maunalei was transiting the North Pacific Ocean, when the crew intentionally ...
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Loss of Propulsion aboard Containership Maunalei (NTSB - National Transportation Safety Board)

Public Technologies 21 May 2024
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Flawed Propeller Blade Caused Containership to Lose of Propulsion -NTSB

MarineLink 21 May 2024
A containership transiting the Pacific Ocean lost hydraulic oil and propulsion after its propeller blade cracked, according to a report from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).

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