CAPE MAY

  • General
    • Vessel Name : CAPE MAY
    • Operator : NORTHSTAR MARINE, INC.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Other Carriers (Specialized)
    • Vessel Type : Ferry
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 4000
  • Location
    • City : CAPE MAY
    • STATE : NJ
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 1463
    • Full Load Capacity : 1507 Short ton
    • Passenger Capacity : 895
  • Size
    • Register length : 284 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 67.6 Feet
    • Overall Length : 320 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 67.6 Feet
    • Load draft : 8.2 Feet
    • Light Draft : 7.8 Feet
    • Height : 89 Feet
  • Other
    • Rebuilt year : 1998
    • Year : 1998
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 676257
    • REBLT : *

NORTHSTAR MARINE, INC.

  • Area of Operation : CAPE MAY & DELAWARE BAY
  • Principal Commodity : CRANES AND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT

NORTHSTAR

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

News

Red Sea Ships Attacks Push 47% More Crude Oil, Fuels Around Africa

Red Sea Ships Attacks Push 47% More Crude Oil, Fuels Around Africa

Global crude oil and oil products shipments taking the long route between Asia, the Middle East and the West is up 47% since attacks began on vessels using the shorter Red Sea route, the Energy Information Administration said on Tuesday.The longer route around the Cape of Good Hope to avoid attacks by Yemen's Houthis has pushed up shipping costs

ESL Shipping's First Plug-in Hybrid Vessel Electramar Christened

ESL Shipping's First Plug-in Hybrid Vessel Electramar Christened

Electramar, the first in a series of 12 plug-in hybrid vessels being built by Chowgule and Company shipyard in India for ESL Shipping's subsidiary AtoB@C Shipping, was christened in the city center of Helsinki on May 15.The vessel’s godmother is Paula Ojala, Chartering Manager at the global steel company SSAB, a long-term client of both AtoB@C Shipping and ESL Shipping.

Houthis Vow to Attack More Shipping Lanes

Houthis Vow to Attack More Shipping Lanes

The leader of Yemen's Houthis, Abdul Malik al-Houthi, said on Thursday the group's operations targeting vessels will escalate to prevent Israel-linked ships from passing through the Indian Ocean towards the Cape of Good Hope."Our main battle is to prevent ships linked to the Israeli enemy from passing through not only the Arabian Sea, the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden

Risk Reigns in Ocean Shipping, Industry and Economic Experts Say

Risk Reigns in Ocean Shipping, Industry and Economic Experts Say

Risk is the "new normal" for the global ocean shipping industry that handles 80% of global trade as pressure from geopolitical tensions, rising protectionism and climate change mounts."There are going to be global tensions ... and I think global dangers, at a level we haven't seen since the end of World War II," former U.S.

Russian Oil Flows Through Red Sea Face Lower Risks

Russian Oil Flows Through Red Sea Face Lower Risks

Tankers carrying Russian oil have continued sailing through the Red Sea largely uninterrupted by Houthi attacks on shipping and face lower risks than competitors, according to shipping executives, analysts and flows data.Russia has become more dependent on trade through the Suez Canal and the Red Sea since it invaded Ukraine

Houthis Say They Will Target US Ships

Houthis Say They Will Target US Ships

Yemen's Houthi movement will expand its targets in the Red Sea region to include U.S. ships, an official from the Iran-allied group said on Monday, as it vowed to keep up attacks after U.S. and British strikes on its sites in Yemen.Attacks by the Houthis on ships in area since November have impacted companies and alarmed major powers in an escalation of Israel's more than three-month war with

Shipping Firms Continue to Pause Red Sea Shipments

Shipping Firms Continue to Pause Red Sea Shipments

Global Denmark's Maersk and German rival Hapag-Lloyd said on Tuesday their container ships would continue to avoid the Red Sea route that gives access to the Suez Canal following a weekend attack on one of Maersk's vessels.Both shipping giants have been re-routing some sailings via Africa's southern Cape of Good Hope as Yemen-based Houthi militants attack cargo vessels in the Red Sea.

Maersk Puts Dozens of Vessels Back on Schedule for Travel Via Suez Canal

Maersk Puts Dozens of Vessels Back on Schedule for Travel Via Suez Canal

Denmark's Maersk said on Wednesday it has scheduled several dozen container vessels to travel via the Suez Canal and the Red Sea in the next several weeks, in a further sign that global shipping firms are returning to the route.The schedule remains subject to change based on specific contingency plans that may be formed over the coming days, the company said.

Greece Advises Vessels to Avoid Yemeni Waters After Red Sea Attacks

Greece Advises Vessels to Avoid Yemeni Waters After Red Sea Attacks

Greece has advised commercial vessels sailing in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden to avoid Yemeni waters, keep only the necessary crew on the bridge and follow alerts issued by maritime authorities to avoid attacks in the area.Greek ship-owners control about 20% of the world's commercial vessels in terms of carrying capacity.

Shippers Mask Positions, Weigh Options Amid Red Sea Attacks

Shippers Mask Positions, Weigh Options Amid Red Sea Attacks

A number of container ships are anchored in the Red Sea and others have turned off tracking systems as traders adjust routes and prices in response to maritime attacks by Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthis on the world's main East-West trade route.Attacks in recent days on ships in the major Red Sea shipping route have raised the spectre of another bout of disruption to international commerce

South Africa Inquiry Finds No Evidence of Arms Shipment to Russia

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Sunday that an independent inquiry has found no evidence that a Russian ship had collected weapons from the country late last year destined for Russia.In claims that sparked a diplomatic row, the U.S. ambassador to South Africa, Reuben Brigety

American Cruise Lines’ First New Coastal Cat Enters Service

American Cruise Lines’ First New Coastal Cat Enters Service

American Cruise Lines introduced its first new Coastal Cat, American Eagle, during a christening ceremony in at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy campus on Buzzards Bay last week.Carol Robertson, wife of American Cruise Lines’ founder the late Charles A. Robertson, served as godmother for the ship and christened the 100-passenger American Eagle with one of her handmade