CRIMSON DUKE

  • General
    • Vessel Name : CRIMSON DUKE
    • Operator : A D M
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Tugboat
    • Vessel Type : Tugboat
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 8400
  • Location
    • City : ST. LOUIS
    • STATE : MO
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 792
  • Size
    • Register length : 195 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 54 Feet
    • Overall Length : 195 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 54 Feet
    • Load draft : 10.6 Feet
    • Light Draft : 8.6 Feet
    • Height : 57.3 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1973
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 552838

A D M

  • Area of Operation : MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY OF LOUISIANA AND TEXAS; OHIO, TENNESSEE, ARKANSAS AND ILLINOIS RIVERS; AND ALL WESTERN RIVERS
  • Principal Commodity : GRAIN, GRAIN-BY PRODUCTS, COAL AND FERTILIZER

RAMBLER

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

SPARTAN

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

CBL

  • Type : Covered Hopper Barge
  • Construction : Steel

News

Carolina Long Bay Offshore Wind Lease Auction Results Send Mixed Signals

Carolina Long Bay Offshore Wind Lease Auction Results Send Mixed Signals

On Wednesday, French oil & gas major TotalEnergies and U.S. utility Duke Energy were declared provisional winners of the two lease areas auctioned by BOEM, the federal agency in charge of offshore wind area leasing and project permitting. Whilst the results can be seen as a positive indicator of the health of U.S.

Total, Duke Are Winners of Latest US Offshore Wind Auction

Total, Duke Are Winners of Latest US Offshore Wind Auction

France energy giant TotalEnergies and U.S. power company Duke Energy Corp were the winners of two offshore wind leases in federal waters off the coast of North and South Carolina on Wednesday, the Interior Department said in a statement.Winning bids amounted to $315 million, with Duke paying $155 million and TotalEnergies paying $160 million.The auction total was far less than the $4.

U.S. to Hold Offshore Wind Auction for Carolina Coast

U.S. to Hold Offshore Wind Auction for Carolina Coast

The Biden administration on Wednesday will hold a wind energy auction for two areas off the coast of North and South Carolina, its second such offering this year.The sale is part of the government's broad push to put wind turbines in federal waters along every U.S. coastline and comes on the heels of a record February wind auction off the coast of New York and New Jersey that drew $4.

NYK Sends Employees to Help with Cleanup after Vessel Breaks Up Off Japan

NYK Sends Employees to Help with Cleanup after Vessel Breaks Up Off Japan

Japanese shipping firm NYK has sent ten employees to assist with the area clean-up after the NYK-chartered Crimson Polaris wood-chip carrier last week grounded and split up off the coast of Hachinohe, Japan, spilling oil into the sea.The 2008-built wood-chip carrier that ran aground off Japan last Thursday carried about 1

'Crimson Polaris' Carried Almost 1700 MT of Oil Before Grounding, Splitting Up off Japan

'Crimson Polaris' Carried Almost 1700 MT of Oil Before Grounding, Splitting Up off Japan

The Crimson Polaris wood-chip carrier that ran aground and split up off Japan Thursday, spilling oil into the ocean, carried about 1,550 MT of heavy oil and about 130 MT of diesel oil for fuel at the time of the grounding, NYK, the charterer of the ship, said Friday.As previously reported, the 199.9-meter vessel, chartered by NYK from MI-DAS Line ran aground off Hachinohe on August 11.

Wood-chip Carrier Runs Aground Off Japan. Hull Splits in Two, Oil Spills into Ocean

Wood-chip Carrier Runs Aground Off Japan. Hull Splits in Two, Oil Spills into Ocean

Crimson Polaris / Credit: Japanese Coast GuardPanama-flagged Crimson Polaris wood-chip carrier ran aground off Hachinohe in Aomori prefecture at around 7:35 am (JST) on August 11, after being swept away by a strong wind while anchored, NYK, the charterer of the vessel, said.The hull of the 199-meter vessel then split in two at 4:15 am on August 12

Brendan Smith Takes the Helm as President, Seaward Services

Brendan Smith Takes the Helm as President, Seaward Services

Hornblower Group announced that Brendan Smith, formerly VP of Engineering, NYC Ferry, has been named President of Seaward Services, Inc. Smith replaces John Keever, who has retired after 50 years in the industry, and will report to Scott Thornton, COO of Hornblower Group’s Ferries and Transportation Division.As President of Seaward Services, Inc.

TotalEnergies Confirms U.S. Offshore Wind Award. Says Wind Farm Could Come Online by 2030

TotalEnergies Confirms U.S. Offshore Wind Award. Says Wind Farm Could Come Online by 2030

After the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) announced TotalEnergies and Duke Energy Corp as the winners of two offshore wind leases in federal waters off the coast of North and South Carolina on Wednesday, the confirmation came Friday from TotalEnergies, too.TotalEnergies has won the maritime lease area OCS-A 0545 as part of the Carolina Long Bay auction.

All American Marine Inks Deal to Build Geodynamics/NV5 Wind Survey Vessel

All American Marine Inks Deal to Build Geodynamics/NV5 Wind Survey Vessel

All American Marine (AAM) won a contract to build a research and hydrographic survey vessel for Geodynamics, an NV5 company. R/V Shackleford is a 73 x 26.7-ft. semi-displacement aluminum catamaran hull that was developed by Nic de Waal of Teknicraft Design in Auckland, New Zealand.

Ship Emissions: MIT Takes the Lead Toward Net Zero

Ship Emissions: MIT Takes the Lead Toward Net Zero

The MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) launched a new research consortium—the Future Energy Systems Center—to address the climate crisis and the role energy systems can play in solving it. Randall Field, Executive Director, discusses current research and the challenges ahead for the maritime sector.

Bow Section of Broken Up Ship Crimson Polaris Towed to Shore

Bow Section of Broken Up Ship Crimson Polaris Towed to Shore

The Crimson Polaris wood-chip carrier's bow section was towed into Japan's Hachinohe Port and moored there on August 27, according to the ship's charterer NYK. The Crimson Polaris split up after running aground near Hachinohe, Japan earlier this month."Due to the weather and sea conditions, the work to remove the oil from the bow of the vessel at sea was expected to take a long time

NYK to Send 110 Workers to Help with Clean-up after Wood-chip Carrier Breaks Apart off Japan

NYK to Send 110 Workers to Help with Clean-up after Wood-chip Carrier Breaks Apart off Japan

Japanese shipping firm NYK plans to send 110 employees in total by September 11 to help with the clean-up at the area where the NYK-chartered Crimson Polaris wood-chip carrier ran aground earlier this month, dropping cargo and spilling oil into the sea as the hull of the vessel split in two.