DELOS CASE

  • General
    • Vessel Name : DELOS CASE
    • Operator : BOAZ TOWING, INC.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : 432
    • Vessel Type : Pushboat
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 1200
  • Location
    • City : PLAQUEMINE
    • STATE : LA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 113
  • Size
    • Register length : 65 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 26 Feet
    • Overall Length : 65 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 26 Feet
    • Load draft : 7 Feet
    • Light Draft : 6 Feet
    • Height : 36 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2000
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 1098990

BOAZ TOWING, INC.

  • Area of Operation : MISSISSIPPI RIVER - SOUTH OF BATON ROUGE
  • Principal Commodity : CHARTERS TO OTHERS AND TOWING

MISS RACHEL

  • Type : Pushboat
  • Construction : Steel

News

US Approves Temporary Jones Act Waiver for Storm-hit Puerto Rico

US Approves Temporary Jones Act Waiver for Storm-hit Puerto Rico

The Biden administration on Wednesday approved a waiver of U.S. shipping rules to address Puerto Rico’s immediate energy and other essential needs in the wake of a devastating hurricane.Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said he approved "a temporary and targeted Jones Act Waiver" to ensure Puerto Ricans "have sufficient diesel to run generators needed for electricity and the

Venezuela Arrests 'Fat Leonard' Contractor in US Navy Bribery Case

Venezuela Arrests 'Fat Leonard' Contractor in US Navy Bribery Case

Venezuelan police have arrested a fugitive Malaysian businessman nicknamed 'Fat Leonard' who is at the center of a major U.S. Navy bribery scandal, as he prepared to leave the country for Russia, Venezuelan Interpol said.Leonard Glenn Francis was detained at the country's main international airport on Wednesday under a red notification requested by the United States for crimes of corruption and

US Navy Withholding Court Records in High-profile Ship Fire Case

US Navy Withholding Court Records in High-profile Ship Fire Case

The U.S. Navy accused a sailor of setting the 2020 fire on the USS Bonhomme Richard, but it refuses to release records in the case as the law requires.Despite a 2016 law requiring more transparency of court-martials, the U.S. Navy is refusing to release nearly all court documents in a high-profile case in which a sailor faces life in prison.

Iranian Tanker Reloading Oil in Greece that was Confiscated by US

Iranian Tanker Reloading Oil in Greece that was Confiscated by US

An Iranian-flagged tanker is reloading oil that was confiscated by the United States earlier this year after Greek authorities approved the release of the cargo, sources familiar with the matter said on Friday.The case has strained relations between Athens and Tehran amid growing tensions between Iran and the United States after Washington hired a tanker in April to impound the oil onboard the

Insurer Must Pay Spanish Claim in Galicia Oil Spill, EU Court Says

Insurer Must Pay Spanish Claim in Galicia Oil Spill, EU Court Says

Spain on Monday won backing from Europe's top court in its mutlimillion euros damage claim against The London Steam-Ship Owners Mutual Insurance Association for a massive oil spill on its northwestern coast two decades ago.The 2002 sinking of the Greek oil tanker Prestige, which was sailing to Gibraltar, released an estimated 63

Greek Court Overturns Decision on US Seizure of Iranian Oil Cargo

Greek Court Overturns Decision on US Seizure of Iranian Oil Cargo

A Greek court on Wednesday overturned an earlier court ruling that allowed the confiscation by the United States of part of a cargo of Iranian oil on an Iranian-flagged tanker off the Greek coast, three sources familiar with the matter said.The incident had led to an angry response by Iran

Ship Engine Makers Cut Ties with Russia

Ship Engine Makers Cut Ties with Russia

Finland's Wärtsilä, a leading ship engine maker, has suspended business with Russia including equipment training while German counterpart MAN Energy Solutions is reviewing contracts, adding further trade pressure on Moscow.Russia's maritime sector is already grappling with the winding down of other services including ship certification by leading foreign providers - vital for accessing ports and

Alt-fueled Workboats: Building the Business Case

Alt-fueled Workboats: Building the Business Case

There’s no energy shortage when it comes to projects promoting the viability of alternatively fueled marine vessels (alt-fueled vessels).Consider just a few examples:Crowley Maritime Corp will take delivery in 2023 of an electric tugboat, dubbed eWolf, built by Master Boat Builders in Coden, Ala.

Canada Calls off Search for Missing Sailors from Sunken Trawler

Canada Calls off Search for Missing Sailors from Sunken Trawler

Canadian rescue officials on Wednesday suspended the search for 11 missing crew members from a Spanish trawler that sank the previous day in rough seas off the coast of Newfoundland, killing at least 10 people.Three surviving sailors from the trawler, suffering from severe hypothermia, were plucked from a life raft early on Tuesday.

Case Against Swedes Accused of Disturbing Estonia Wreck to be Tried Again

Case Against Swedes Accused of Disturbing Estonia Wreck to be Tried Again

A Swedish appeal court ordered on Tuesday that a district court try again a case against two film makers accused of disturbing the ferry Estonia that sank in the Baltic sea in 1994 with the loss of 852 lives.The lower court in 2021 dismissed charges of disturbing a marine grave against the two Swedes

German Court to Rule in Row Over Funding for Shipbuilder MV Werften

German Court to Rule in Row Over Funding for Shipbuilder MV Werften

A German court will rule next week in a case brought by Genting Group against a German regional government after a row over funding for cruise shipbuilder MV Werften, which filed for insolvency on Monday.Genting, led by Malaysian tycoon Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay, bought MV Werften in 2016.

Eight More Merchant Mariners Charged in Test-score Fixing Scheme

Eight More Merchant Mariners Charged in Test-score Fixing Scheme

Another eight current and former merchant mariners have been indicted in a a test score-fixing scheme at a U.S. Coast Guard exam center in Louisiana.The defendants are charged with obtaining, and intending to use, officer-level licenses that were procured through falsified exam scores.