ALASKAN LEGEND

  • General
    • Vessel Name : ALASKAN LEGEND
    • Operator : ALASKA TANKER COMPANY, LLC
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Liquid Oil Tanker (Oil / Chemical)
    • Vessel Type : Petroleum / Chemical Carrier
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 26820
  • Location
    • City : PORTLAND
    • STATE : OR
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 56439
    • Full Load Capacity : 193050 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 905.5 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 164 Feet
    • Overall Length : 941 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 164 Feet
    • Load draft : 64.3 Feet
    • Light Draft : 12.7 Feet
    • Height : 171.4 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2006
    • EQUIP2 : 2-20 LT CRANES
    • EQUIP1 : 2 MAIN CARGO PMP
    • Coast Guard Number : 1184822

ALASKA TANKER COMPANY, LLC

  • Area of Operation : ALASKA AND U. S. WEST COAST
  • Principal Commodity : ALASKAN NORTH SLOPE CRUDE OIL

ALASKAN EXPLORER

  • Type : Petroleum / Chemical Carrier
  • Construction : Steel

ALASKAN FRONTIER

  • Type : Petroleum / Chemical Carrier
  • Construction : Steel

ALASKAN NAVIGATOR

  • Type : Petroleum / Chemical Carrier
  • Construction : Steel

News

OP/Ed: Obama’s Arctic Decision Undercut His Own Legacy

OP/Ed: Obama’s Arctic Decision Undercut His Own Legacy

On December 20, 2016, in an 11th hour unilateral action designed to cement his environmental legacy, President Obama withdrew 3.8 million acres in the north and mid-Atlantic Ocean and 115 million acres in the U.S. Arctic Ocean (including the entire Chukchi Sea and a significant portion of the Beaufort Sea) from future oil and gas leasing.

FRC Bailey Barco Delivered to the USCG

FRC Bailey Barco Delivered to the USCG

The U.S. Coast Guard has taken delivery of USCGC Bailey Barco on February 7, 2017 in Key West, Fla. The vessel is scheduled to be commissioned in Ketchikan, Alaska in June, 2017.   USCGC Bailey Barco is the 22nd vessel in the Coast Guard's Sentinel-class Fast Response Cutter (FRC), built by Bollinger Shipyards using an in-service parent craft design based on the Damen Stan Patrol Boat 4708.

Rudy Teichman: A Marine Salvage Legend

Rudy Teichman: A Marine Salvage Legend

Rudy Teichman, a legend in the U.S. marine salvage industry, founded T&T in 1957, now one of the world’s largest international salvage companies. In a sense, Rudy was larger than life and one who was often referred to as a “force of nature.” He was an entrepreneur, inventor, salvor, deep sea diver, airplane pilot, licensed mariner, restaurateur, musician, philanthropist, mechanic, machinist

A Time to Build & Refit

A Time to Build & Refit

The aging Pacific Northwest fishing fleet is either undergoing or about to undergo a long-overdo upgrade, judging by a major economic report commissioned by the Port of Seattle. Fisheries managers, seafood suppliers, yards and the supply chain all hope an accompanying surge in ship finance “lifts all boats”.

Obama Administration Bars New Oil, Gas Exploration off Alaska

Obama Administration Bars New Oil, Gas Exploration off Alaska

The Obama administration on Friday blocked new exploration for oil and gas in Arctic waters, in a win for environmental groups that had fought development of the ecologically fragile region.   The Department of the Interior released a 2017 to 2022 leasing plan that blocked drilling in the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas off northern Alaska.

Foss Maritime: Hard at Work in the Arctic

Foss Maritime: Hard at Work in the Arctic

As the oil industry awaits a much-needed rebound, Foss Maritime’s robust presence in the Arctic region underscores its commitment to the region, the environment, and a business plan that looks ahead to the next chapter.   Reports of the death of commercial Arctic activities have been greatly exaggerated.

Op-Ed: Alaska's Golden Offshore Opportunity

Op-Ed: Alaska's Golden Offshore Opportunity

Offshore energy presents a golden opportunity for Alaska and the United States.   As we enter the final quarter of the year, one of the last and most pressing pieces of business facing the Interior Department is to finalize its next offshore leasing program, which will specify exactly which parts of the United States’ Outer Continental Shelf will be open to oil and gas development between 2017

Avalon Freight Services Redefines the Shortsea Shipping Formula

Avalon Freight Services Redefines the Shortsea Shipping Formula

Anything but business as usual, trusted partners operate innovative, environmentally correct and cutting edge equipment – in a decidedly niche trade.     A  new freight service began operation in southern California this past April. For the businesses and residents of Catalina Island who depend on freight from the mainland, this new service aims to provide the safest, fastest, quietest

New Vessel Aims to Transform the Fishing Industry

New Vessel Aims to Transform the Fishing Industry

Seattle-based company Blue North has christened F/V Blue North, a state-of-the-art vessel designed to transform the fishing industry by improving conditions for workers, reducing environmental impact and harvesting seafood more humanely.   Designed with sustainability in mind, the new longliner is geared specifically for the Alaskan cod fishery, built by Dakota Creek Industries, Inc.

BP Fixes ANS Lifting on Foreign Flagged Vessel

British oil company BP has chartered a foreign flagged vessel to transport Alaskan North Slope (ANS) crude, pending regulatory approvals, a spokeswoman for the company said by email on Monday. The company will receive required approvals from the State of Alaska and the United States Coast Guard (USCG) before the vessel sails, the spokeswoman added.

Vigor Delivers ATB Tug to Harley Marine

Vigor Delivers ATB Tug to Harley Marine

Vigor’s Seattle shipyard recently delivered a 95’ x 38’ x 16’, 3,000 hp ATB Twin Screw Tug, Dale R Lindsey, to Harley Marine Services Inc.   Designed by Elliot Bay Design Group for primary operation in Alaska, the ATB tug utilizes an Articouple FRM-43M coupler system to pair with the 20,000 barrel oil barge, Petro Mariner.

Unmanned Surface Vessels: From Concept to Service

Unmanned Surface Vessels: From Concept to Service

Over the next decade the maritime sector is likely to see one of the largest changes since sail gave way to steam. Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USV) are now being considered for various marine roles and the drivers for rapid development are significant.   Unmanned or autonomous vessels have passed through the trial and evaluation stage and are now being adopted for civilian and military