DEL CREEK

  • General
    • Vessel Name : DEL CREEK
    • Operator : DELAWARE BAY & RIVER COOPERATIVE, INC.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Offshore Support Vessel
    • Vessel Type : Crewboat / Supply / Utility Vessel
    • Construction : Aluminum
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 75
  • Location
    • City : PHILADEL- PHIA
    • STATE : PA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 5
    • Full Load Capacity : 8 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 25.9 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 10 Feet
    • Overall Length : 29 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 10 Feet
    • Load draft : 4.9 Feet
    • Light Draft : 4.9 Feet
    • Height : 20 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1974
    • EQUIP2 : PUMPS
    • EQUIP1 : OIL RECOVERY
    • Coast Guard Number : 561195

DELAWARE BAY & RIVER COOPERATIVE, INC.

  • Area of Operation : DELAWARE BAY AND RIVER FROM MOUTH OF BAY TO BETSY ROSS BRIDGE
  • Principal Commodity : RECOVERED OIL, OIL RECOVERY EQUIPMENT AND OIL SPILL CONTAINMENT BOOM

DEL BAY

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

DEL RIVER

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

News

Norwegian Cruise Line Swings to $1.88 Billion Loss

Norwegian Cruise Line Swings to $1.88 Billion Loss

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd swung to a quarterly loss on a $1.6 billion impairment charge as the COVID-19 pandemic brought the global cruise industry to a virtual standstill.Cruise operators have been hammered by the curbs to contain the spread of the virus, with extended port quarantines in Japan and California due to deadly outbreaks on some cruise ships adding to the worries.

Norwegian Has Enough Cash to Stay Afloat for 18 Months

Norwegian Has Enough Cash to Stay Afloat for 18 Months

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd’s $3.5 billion in cash on hand will be enough to bankroll the company for “at least 18 months” without any new revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic that has halted voyages, Chief Executive Frank Del Rio said on Thursday.“That’s enough to cover our cash burn under a zero-revenue environment for at least 18 months, not 12, 18 months

Norwegian Cruise Withdraws Forecast, to Cut $515 Mln in Spending

Norwegian Cruise Withdraws Forecast, to Cut $515 Mln in Spending

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd on Monday withdrew its 2020 forecast and said it would cut spending by about $515 million, as it extends the suspension of its ships to June 30 amid the coronavirus pandemic.The outbreak has effectively shut down the entire cruise ship industry, and with most international travel halted

Offshore Accommodation Unit Attacked in Mexico. Crew Member Injured

Offshore Accommodation Unit Attacked in Mexico. Crew Member Injured

Offshore vessel provider Telford Offshore's offshore accommodation and hook-up unit Telford 28 was attacked earlier this week while anchored in Mexico. One crew member was injured.In an email sent to Offshore Engineer, Telford Offshore said: "We can confirm that the Telford 28 came under attack while anchored at Cuidad Del Carmen, Mexico on the evening of 14th April.

Mexico: Armed Robbers Board Offshore Vessel, Steal Goods

Mexico: Armed Robbers Board Offshore Vessel, Steal Goods

A Maersk Supply Service's offshore vessel was a target of an armed robbery in Mexico last weekend.Maersk Supply Service confirmed for Offshore Engineer that the incident occurred on Sunday, April 12 offshore Ciudad Del Carmen, Mexico.Armed robbers boarded Maersk Transporter, stole various items and left the vessel again, the company said in an email to Offshore Engineer.

Ransomware: The IT Danger on the Horizon

Ransomware: The IT Danger on the Horizon

Two decades into the 21st century, we’re seeing a growing and pernicious threat to global information security: ransomware. Even non-technical folk have loosely heard of it, but the broader implications haven’t yet penetrated the public consciousness. In different industries, that general lack of awareness could be a big problem—and the maritime sector is a good example.

Ocean Infinity’s Hunt for the Submarine San Juan

Ocean Infinity’s Hunt for the Submarine San Juan

The search for the Argentinian submarine was like hunting for the proverbial needle in a hay stack, except that it was a piece of straw. Elaine Maslin reports. At 7.19am, local time, on November 15, 2017, the last message was received from the San Juan submarine. She belonged to the Argentinian navy and was on a routine mission from Ushuaia in the Patagonia region to Mar del Plata in Buenos

NOAA to Order New Research Ships in 2020

NOAA to Order New Research Ships in 2020

The U.S.' National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said it expects to award contracts for the construction of two new oceanographic ships by the end of the year. Once in service, the new large oceangoing, multi-mission research vessels will support missions ranging from general oceanographic research and exploration to marine life, climate and ocean ecosystem studies, NOAA said.

Pirates Attack OSV in the Gulf of Mexico

Pirates Attack OSV in the Gulf of Mexico

Pirates attacked an Italy-flagged offshore supply vessel in the southern Gulf of Mexico, injuring two crew members, the Mexican Navy said on Tuesday, in the latest outbreak of robbery and piracy to hit oil platforms and infrastructure in the area.One of the crew members of the vessel, Remas, received a bullet wound, and the other suffered a concussion

US Navy's Newest Yard Tug Launched

US Navy's Newest Yard Tug Launched

The U.S. Navy’s first Yard Tug (YT) 808 class vessel was launched at Dakota Creek Industries' (DCI) shipyard on May 16. The Navy and DCI plan to conduct acceptance trials for the vessel in July, followed by planned delivery in August.The new tug is the first in a series of six being built by the Anacortes, Wash. shipbuilder for scheduled delivery through early 2022.

Passenger Vessel Operator Fined for Reckless Operation

Passenger Vessel Operator Fined for Reckless Operation

The company which owned Spirit of 1770, a passenger vessel that caught fire and burnt to the waterline with 42 paying customers and four crew members on board while returning from a voyage to Lady Musgrave Island on May 11, 2016, has been fined $25,000 for reckless operation of a commercial vessel.

SAAM Towage to Enter El Salvador Market

SAAM Towage to Enter El Salvador Market

Latest move to Enter El Salvador with Energía del Pacífico will Reinforce SAAM Towage's Presence in Central America.The Managing Director of SAAM Towage, Felipe Rioja, celebrated the company’s upcoming launch in the new market: El Salvador. “We will provide services for the Energía del Pacífico (EDP) project at the Port of Acajutla