BAR HARBOR WHALE WATCH CO.

  • Engineering District : 1
  • TSO Series Number : TS-5 Transportation Lines on the Atlantic Gulf and Pacific Coasts
  • Principal Commodity List : PASSENGERS
  • Area of Operation : GULF OF MAINE - FRENCHMAN BAY, BAR HARBOR, SOUTHWEST HARBOR, NORTHEAST HARBOR
  • Vessels
    • Passenger : 3
    • Vessels List : BAY KING III, FRIENDSHIP V, MISS SAMANTHA
  • Address
    1 WEST ST. BAR HARBOR ME 04609
  • Contact
    • Phone : 207-288-2386
1 WEST ST. BAR HARBOR ME 04609

Managed Vessels

BAY KING III

  • Type : Passenger Vessel
  • Construction : Aluminum

FRIENDSHIP V

  • Type : Passenger Vessel
  • Construction : Aluminum

MISS SAMANTHA

  • Type : Passenger Vessel
  • Construction : Fiberglass

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Dominion Energy has announced that the first monopile foundation for the 2.6-gigawatt Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW), the largest offshore wind farm under construction in the United States, has been installed approximately 29 miles off the Virginia Beach coast.The monopile was installed by the Orion, DEME Group's heavy lift vessel.

Cruise Ship Arrives in New York with 44-foot Whale Carcass on Its Bow

Cruise Ship Arrives in New York with 44-foot Whale Carcass on Its Bow

Marine conservationists and government scientists are seeking clues to the mystery of how a 44-foot whale carcass ended up on the bow of a cruise liner, where it was discovered as the ship approached New York City's Port of Brooklyn over the weekend.A necropsy, the animal equivalent of an autopsy, identified the deceased marine mammal as a mature female sei whale

US Investigators Interview Ship Personnel in Maryland Bridge Collapse

US Investigators Interview Ship Personnel in Maryland Bridge Collapse

U.S. National Transportation Safety Board chair Jennifer Homendy said at a Senate hearing Wednesday that investigators had conducted interviews with key cargo ship personnel in the investigation of the March 26 Baltimore bridge collapse.The Dali cargo ship crashed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge on March 26, sending it crashing into the harbor and killing six people.

Tacoma, Seattle Ports Ink Deals for Navigation Improvement Projects

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Pacific Northwest seaports Seattle and Tacoma have signed design agreements with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) for a pair of waterway navigation improvement projects.The Seattle Navigation Improvement Project, authorized by Congress in 2018, and the Tacoma Harbor Navigation Improvement Project, authorized in 2022

U.S. Appeals Court Blocks Gulf of Mexico Oil and Gas Sale Expansion, Pending Appeal

U.S. Appeals Court Blocks Gulf of Mexico Oil and Gas Sale Expansion, Pending Appeal

A U.S. appeals court on Thursday temporarily paused a federal judge's order last month that had required the Biden administration to expand a planned offshore oil and gas auction in the Gulf of Mexico by 6 million acres (2.4 million hectares).The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit stayed the September decision pending an appeal, according to a court document.

U.S. Judge Orders Expansion of Gulf of Mexico Oil Lease Auction

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A federal judge in Louisiana has ordered an expansion of next week's sale of oil leases in the Gulf of Mexico, saying the Biden administration must include additional acreage, according to a court ruling issued late on Thursday.The oil and gas industry, which had sued the administration

Iceland Suspends Whaling Ship over Animal Welfare Violation

Iceland has suspended the operations of one of its two whaling vessels for taking too long to kill a fin whale, the authorities and the boat's owner said on Friday.The government two weeks ago ended a two-month pause in whaling that had been imposed after a report concluded that killing whales took longer than Iceland's animal welfare law allowed.

Oil Companies Sue Over Lease Changes Made to Protect Whales

Oil Companies Sue Over Lease Changes Made to Protect Whales

An oil and gas industry trade group, the state of Louisiana and Chevron on Thursday sued the Biden administration over its decision to withdraw acreage from an upcoming oil and gas lease sale in the Gulf of Mexico to protect an endangered whale.The suit is the latest dispute between the oil and gas industry and the administration of President Joe Biden over leasing federal lands and waters for

Video: Pyxis Ocean Sails with WindWings

Video: Pyxis Ocean Sails with WindWings

Mitsubishi Corporation’s Pyxis Ocean, chartered by Cargill, is the first vessel to be retrofitted with two BAR Tech WindWings.The 37.5 meter sails were produced by Yara Marine Technologies and are expected to generate average fuel savings of up to 30% on new build vessels.The installation of the wings took place at the COSCO shipyard in China and the Pyxis Ocean is now on the water

Sanmar Delivers Second Electric Tug for Western Canada

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Turkey's Sanmar Shipyards announced it has delivered a second electric-powered tug to HaiSea Marine in Canada.The newly built HaiSea Wee’git and its sister HaiSea Wamis, delivered earlier this year, will provide harbor and escort tugboat services to tankers calling at LNG Canada’s new export facility in Kitimat, British Columbia.

Singapore Port Authority Seeks Proposals for Fully Electric Harbor Craft

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Singapore's Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) has issued an expression of interest (EOI) calling for proposals to design and promote the use of fully electric harbor craft in Singapore, it said in a statement on Tuesday.The EOI document is a further step towards MPA's rule that all new harbor craft operating in its waters to be fully electric, or run on biofuels or net-zero fuels from 2030.

Panama Pledges to Purge More Substandard Ships from World's Largest Registry

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The Panama Maritime Authority (AMP) said on Tuesday it would continue to clean up its fleet to prevent substandard Panama-flagged ships from being detained in foreign ports, a week after the country was added to an international watch list.Panama's ships registry was last week added to the "grey list" of the Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)