Historic tall ship to add batteries; Seventy-four year old tugboat sinks under tow

Historic tall ship to add batteries
February 23, 2018 — Built over a century ago, in 1914, the Norwegian sail training ship Statsraad Lehmkuhl is the oldest of the large square riggers still in operation today, but she is soon to get a transplant of 21st century technology in the shape of a hybrid power system that will enable the ship to cruise out of Bergen harbor without any greenhouse gas emissions.


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The 784 ft ship’s design suits it for a range of missions including counter-piracy operations, maritime security operations, humanitarian aid, disaster relief missions, and Marine Corps crisis response.
Seventy-four year old tugboat sinks under tow

The Coast Guard is investigating the cause of a tug collision that occurred about three miles south of Kennebunk, Maine.
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Thome adds waste management to performance monitoring software

Thome Ship Management has successfully integrated and implemented the waste management module of Orion Marine Concepts’ software on its entire fleet.