BRITTANY

  • General
    • Vessel Name : BRITTANY
    • Operator : C & W DIVING SERVICES, INC.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Offshore Support Vessel
    • Vessel Type : Crewboat / Supply / Utility Vessel
    • Construction : Aluminum
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 700
  • Location
    • City : OAKLAND
    • STATE : CA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 31
    • Passenger Capacity : 49
  • Size
    • Register length : 48.2 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 15.6 Feet
    • Overall Length : 48.2 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 15.6 Feet
    • Load draft : 7.3 Feet
    • Light Draft : 7.3 Feet
    • Height : 19 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1967
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 508767

C & W DIVING SERVICES, INC.

  • Area of Operation : FROM OAKLAND TO SAN FRANCISCO ALONG THE BAY BRIDGE
  • Principal Commodity : PASSENGERS

ADDISON

  • Type : Crewboat / Supply / Utility Vessel
  • Construction : Aluminum

BETHANY

  • Type : Crewboat / Supply / Utility Vessel
  • Construction : Aluminum

HERO

  • Type : Pushboat
  • Construction : Steel

News

Stena RoRo Orders Two More E-Flexer Ferries in China. Charters Secured

Stena RoRo Orders Two More E-Flexer Ferries in China. Charters Secured

A day after it ordered its tenth E-Flexer vessel in the RoPax class, Stena RoRo on Thursday said it had ordered two new ferries from the Chinese shipyard CMI Jinling (Weihai). To remind, the firm on Monday ordered the tenth unit from the same shipyard for a charter in Canada. The 11th and 12th Stena E-Flexer vessels, ordered Thursday, are in the RoPax class developed by Stena RoRo

Brittany Ferries Takes Delivery of Stena RoRo's LNG-powered Vessel

Brittany Ferries Takes Delivery of Stena RoRo's LNG-powered Vessel

The Salamanca ferry, the second of five ships in the E-Flexer class ordered by Stena RoRo for the French ferry firm Brittany Ferries was delivered on November 30.  The vessel is the sixth E-Flexer of twelve ordered from the Chinese shipyard CMI Jinling (Weihai). The Salamanca will be chartered by Brittany Ferries on a long-term basis.The 214.

French Fishermen Block British boat off St Malo Amid Fishing Licenses Row

French Fishermen Block British boat off St Malo Amid Fishing Licenses Row

French fishermen blocked a British cargo vessel from docking in a Brittany port on Friday, in protest at what they say are moves by authorities in London and Jersey to withhold licenses to fish in British waters under a post-Brexit deal.The fishermen held aloft red flares as they circled their boats outside Saint-Malo to block the Normandy Trader's path - a prelude to a planned blockade later on

VIDEO: Profiles in Training - Mike Corrigan, CEO, INTERFERRY

VIDEO: Profiles in Training - Mike Corrigan, CEO, INTERFERRY

Mike Corrigan, the ubiquitous leader of Interferry, has a broad base of energy and maritime industry experience, including his stint as CEO of BC Ferries. Corrigan shares with Maritime Reporter & Engineering News his thoughts on a broad range of issues facing the ferry industry: COVID-19, emerging international regulations, and yes

Ocean Winds, Principle Power in French Floating Wind Team-up

Ocean Winds, Principle Power in French Floating Wind Team-up

Ocean Winds, a partnership between ENGIE and EDP Renewables, and Principle Power, a designer of floating wind turbine foundations, will cooperate to design the floating platforms for France’s first commercial-scale floating wind tender.In September this year, the French Government selected Ocean Winds to participate in the tender process.

Study Reveals Ferry Industry’s Huge Economic Impact

Study Reveals Ferry Industry’s Huge Economic Impact

A study commissioned by trade association Interferry has revealed startling statistics on the far-reaching extent of the global ferry industry’s value to the world economy.Research into the latest pre-Covid full-year figures found that, in 2019, ferries carried 4.27 billion passengers – on a par with aviation – and 373 million vehicles across a worldwide fleet of 15,400 vessels.

CMA CGM Invests in Brittany Ferries

CMA CGM Invests in Brittany Ferries

CMA CGM Group, a shipping and logistics giant, has agreed to make a €25 million investment, including €10 million in quasi-equity, in Brittany Ferries, the largest ferry company operating under the French flag, to support Brittany Ferries’ post-Covid-19 recovery.Brittany Ferries said the partnership would help to unlock synergies between the two companies in passenger and freight transport.

Deltamarin Inks Deals for Three RoPax Ships

Deltamarin Inks Deals for Three RoPax Ships

Finnish naval architecture firm Deltamarin said it has signed design contracts with China Merchants Jinling shipyard (Weihai) for the complete basic and detail design packages of three RoPax vessels. These are the 10th, 11th and 12th Stena E-Flexer vessels for two different end clients.Vessel no. 10 will be chartered by a Canadian federal Crown corporation, Marine Atlantic, from Stena RoRo.

BV Completes Full Remote In-water Hull Survey via ROV

BV Completes Full Remote In-water Hull Survey via ROV

Bureau Veritas (BV) and MaDfly – Marine Drone Services – report the completion of a full in-water ship’s hull survey via mini ROV on Brittany Ferries’ ship Bretagne.The survey was supervised by BV on behalf of the French Flag to validate the integrity of the entire ship’s hull’s bottom. According to BV this inspection was the first of its kind, with the test survey performed twice.

Interferry Conference Greenlighted Following COVID Review

Interferry Conference Greenlighted Following COVID Review

Trade group Interferry said its directors have given the green light for the global trade association’s 2021 annual conference to go ahead as planned in Santander, Spain, this October.The decision came at a virtual board meeting held May 20 after detailed consideration of current and forecast advances in combating the COVID-19 pandemic.

French Vessel Hauls Luxury Cargoes Across Atlantic with Sail Power

French Vessel Hauls Luxury Cargoes Across Atlantic with Sail Power

In a return to the age of the clipper, a French company is using a sailing boat to ply the trade routes that pre-dated steam power—and delivering wine and chocolate to environmentally conscious customers on either side of the Atlantic.Sleek and light like its larger predecessors, the aluminum-hulled “Grain de Sail” was custom built in a French shipyard and combines the technology used in modern

After Brexit, Ireland and France cut Out the Middleman: Britain

After Brexit, Ireland and France cut Out the Middleman: Britain

From his office overlooking Cherbourg docks, general manager Yannick Millet points to trailers destined for Ireland that belong to Amazon and FedEx, new customers and a signal of a potential big shift in post-Brexit trade.Confronted by red tape and delays after Britain’s messy exit from the European Union, Irish traders are shipping goods directly to and from European ports