• MARINE PROJECTS WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | General MacArthur – 88-metre ocean-certified dredger is largest in Callan Marine fleet

    VESSEL REVIEW | General MacArthur – 88-metre ocean-certified dredger is largest in Callan Marine fleet

  • MARINE PROJECTS WEEK
    Welcome to Marine Projects Week!

    Welcome to Marine Projects Week!

  • MARITIME SECURITY WEEK
    Welcome to Maritime Security Week!

    Welcome to Maritime Security Week!

  • FISHING/AQUACULTURE WEEK
    Welcome to Fishing and Aquaculture Week!

    Welcome to Fishing and Aquaculture Week!

  • TUG & SALVAGE WEEK
    Welcome to Tug and Salvage Week!

    Welcome to Tug and Salvage Week!

  • VESSEL REVIEW | General MacArthur – 88-metre ocean-certified dredger is largest in Callan Marine fleet
  • Welcome to Marine Projects Week!
  • Welcome to Maritime Security Week!
  • Welcome to Fishing and Aquaculture Week!
  • Welcome to Tug and Salvage Week!
    MARINE PROJECTS WEEK
    NOAA awards US$25 million funding for Louisiana coastal restoration projects

    NOAA awards US$25 million funding for Louisiana coastal restoration projects

    By Baird Maritime

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has awarded approximately US$25 million in funding to support coastal protection and restoration projects around Louisiana. Around US$22.2 million will support the West Fourchon Marsh Creation and Nourishment Project, which will create and restore approximately 217 ..

    Sea trials completed for US Navy expeditionary fast transport Newport

    Sea trials completed for US Navy expeditionary fast transport Newport

    By Baird Maritime

    The future USNS Newport, the 12th Spearhead-class expeditionary fast transport (EPF) being built for the US Navy’s Military Sealift Command, has successfully completed sea trials in the Gulf of Mexico. The vessel is currently undergoing final preparations at Austal USA before its delivery to the navy, which is ..

    MARINE PROJECTS WEEK
    USACE awards contract for dredging of Cheesequake Creek in New Jersey

    USACE awards contract for dredging of Cheesequake Creek in New Jersey

    By Baird Maritime

    The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has awarded a US$4.1 million contract for the dredging of Cheesequake Creek, a shallow-draught recreational channel of the Raritan River in Middlesex County, New Jersey. Work is expected to begin in early August and will take one month to complete. In recent years, sediment deposition ..

    BOOK REVIEW | The Ship Valuer’s Handbook

    BOOK REVIEW | The Ship Valuer’s Handbook

    By Neil Baird

    Valuing anything in these hyper-litigious times is surely a very dangerous business. Given the intensely cyclical nature of the shipping business, it would seem that valuing ships has to be one of the most dangerous professions of all. It seems, though, that doesn’t have to be the case if the valuer behaves ..

    MARINE PROJECTS WEEK
    Mississippi River dredging seeks to increase US soy exports

    Mississippi River dredging seeks to increase US soy exports

    By Baird Maritime

    Checkoff-funded research, planning, analysis, and design, led by the United Soybean Board (USB), has led to the launch of a dredging project to provide upgrades to the lower Mississippi River, which has been regarded as a major channel for soybean exports. The dredging project, which will be funded by the US Army Corps of ..

    Bollinger delivers cutter Oliver Henry to US Coast Guard

    Bollinger delivers cutter Oliver Henry to US Coast Guard

    By Baird Maritime

    Bollinger Shipyards has delivered the future USCGC Oliver Henry, a Sentinel-class fast response cutter (FRC), to the US Coast Guard. The 46-metre vessel is the 40th FRC to be built by Bollinger and will be the second of three FRCs to be homeported in Guam for operations in the Indo-Pacific theatre. The FRC honours the late ..

    Welcome to Marine Projects Week!

    Welcome to Marine Projects Week!

    Otherwise known as dredging and marine construction, our focus area this week remains highly active. Despite the Covid-19 virus, there is much still to be done around our ..