CRIMSON TIDE

  • General
    • Vessel Name : CRIMSON TIDE
    • Operator : CRIMSON SHIPPING CO.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Dry Cargo Deck Barge
    • Vessel Type : Flat / Deck Barge
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
  • Location
    • City : MOBILE
    • STATE : AL
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 3780
    • Full Load Capacity : 6400 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 299.5 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 80 Feet
    • Overall Length : 299.5 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 80 Feet
    • Load draft : 14 Feet
    • Light Draft : 4.3 Feet
    • Height : 60 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2000
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 1093265

CRIMSON SHIPPING CO.

  • Area of Operation : U. S. GULF OF MEXICO; U. S. EAST COAST; CARIBBEAN SEA
  • Principal Commodity : PAPER, KLB, LUMBER, STEEL, PROJECT CARGO AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT

CRIMSON VICTORY

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

CRIMSON ACE

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

CRIMSON CLOVER

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

News

Charleston has Deepest Harbor on US East Coast

Charleston has Deepest Harbor on US East Coast

Charleston Harbor is now the deepest harbor on the East Coast at 52 feet.At 52 feet, the biggest ships calling the East Coast can access South Carolina Ports’ terminals any time, any tide. Ships filled with record imports and heavy exports can seamlessly sail through Charleston Harbor to SC Ports’ terminals.

Discovering the Largest Shipwrecks in the St. Lawrence River

Discovering the Largest Shipwrecks in the St. Lawrence River

Of all the rivers in the world, the St. Lawrence River is undeniably one of the most challenging for mariners.This water highway is at some spots as narrow as a large river and, at others, as wide as a small sea. It has played a vital role over the last three centuries as an important artery for trade, communication, transportation and settlement. And since 1959, the year the St.

RWE Building 'World's First' Amphibious Vessel for Shallow Water Wind Farms

RWE Building 'World's First' Amphibious Vessel for Shallow Water Wind Farms

German renewable energy industry giant RWE, in partnership with Commercial Rib Charters (CRC), is building "a world-first" amphibious vessel for reaching offshore wind farms in shallow waters."The unique crew transfer vessel has initially been designed to reach turbines at Scroby Sands [wind farm in the UK ]

Giant Container Ship Mumbai Maersk Runs Aground Off German Island

Giant Container Ship Mumbai Maersk Runs Aground Off German Island

One of the world's biggest container ships, the Mumbai Maersk, has run aground off the German island of Wangerooge in the North Sea, Germany's Central Command for Maritime Emergencies and Maersk said on Thursday.No injuries were reported among the 30 people on board, no fuel leak sighted and the entrance to the port is not obstructed, they said in a statement.

World Maritime University Celebrates 2022 Graduation

World Maritime University Celebrates 2022 Graduation

On October 31, 2022, global maritime leaders of tomorrow graduated from the World Maritime University (WMU). The Class of 2022 has received the education required to contribute to maritime and ocean matters in their home countries and more broadly to the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs).

Container Shipping Market: Plunging Rates and Blank Sailings

Container Shipping Market: Plunging Rates and Blank Sailings

Peter Sand, the chief analyst of Xeneta discuss recent trends in the container shipping market, from plunging spot rates to blank sailings.The container shipping market has enjoyed a prolonged historic, and somewhat unexpected bull run, as COVID-induced consumer spending broadly switched from travel and entertainment to manufac-tured goods.

Navigating Climate Change: How Shipping is Adapting in the St. Lawrence

Navigating Climate Change: How Shipping is Adapting in the St. Lawrence

When compared to other major river navigation routes around the world, the St. Lawrence River is a favored waterway.It flows from the mouth of Lake Ontario, at an altitude of 250 meters. From its source to the Gulf, the river travels 1,197 kilometers, and is fed by several tributaries including the Ottawa, Richelieu, Saint-François and Saguenay rivers.

Sunken Tugs Recovered from the Bottom of the Mersey River

Sunken Tugs Recovered from the Bottom of the Mersey River

Salvors have removed two tugs from the Mersey River in Devonport on the northwest coast of Tasmania that had been sunk by a cement carrier in January.New South Wales based emergency response, salvage and environmental support specialist, United Salvage, engaged AAL Shipping to supply the 31

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.

Waterjets For CTVs: Debunking The Myths

Waterjets For CTVs: Debunking The Myths

With more wind farms sprouting up in Europe, Asia and now here in the United States, a steady stream of crew transfer vessels (CTV) will be needed to support their construction, maintenance and operation. Typically aluminum catamarans, these vessels are deployed to ferry personnel and light equipment to and from offshore wind farms on a daily basis.

Oil Workers Race to Protect Beaches from Spill Offshore Thailand

Oil Workers Race to Protect Beaches from Spill Offshore Thailand

Hundreds of workers set up oil barriers along beach fronts in Thailand's eastern Rayong province on Friday as authorities raced to limit the environmental damage from gallons of oil that leaked from an underwater pipeline earlier this week.The leak from a pipeline owned by Star Petroleum Refining Public Company Limited (SPRC) started late on Tuesday and was brought under control a day later

Currency Crash, Dearth of Demand Define the Ship Recycle Business

Currency Crash, Dearth of Demand Define the Ship Recycle Business

Sub-continent ship recycling markets (including Turkey) remained in a precarious position this week, with the recent decline in steel plate prices mixed in with the crushing depreciation of currencies that has led to a serious dearth in the global demand for tonnage, reports GMS.As a result