DON ALFREDO

  • General
    • Vessel Name : DON ALFREDO
    • Operator : HARBOR BUNKERING CORP.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Tugboat
    • Vessel Type : Tugboat
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 3150
  • Location
    • City : SAN JUAN
    • STATE : PR
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 111
  • Size
    • Register length : 94 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 32 Feet
    • Overall Length : 94 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 32 Feet
    • Load draft : 11.6 Feet
    • Light Draft : 11.6 Feet
    • Height : 47 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2004
    • EQUIP2 : 3512
    • EQUIP1 : 2 CAT ENGINES
    • Coast Guard Number : 1136776

HARBOR BUNKERING CORP.

  • Area of Operation : SAN JUAN HARBOR AND PUERTO RICO COASTAL WATERS
  • Principal Commodity : DIESEL FUEL AND BUNKER C

DOCTOR D

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

DEFIANT

  • Type : Liquid Cargo Barge (Double Hull)
  • Construction : Steel

ENTERPRISE

  • Type : Liquid Cargo Barge (Double Hull)
  • Construction : Steel

MILLENIUM

  • Type : Liquid Cargo Barge (Double Hull)
  • Construction : Steel

News

12-meter Ship Aims to Be First to Cross Atlantic Without a Crew

12-meter Ship Aims to Be First to Cross Atlantic Without a Crew

Final preparations are underway for a 12-meter-long ship to set sail from Canada and attempt the world's first transatlantic crossing without a crew.The USV Maxlimer, an unmanned surface vessel, is bound for the south coast of England and will conduct deep sea surveys on the way, guided by a skipper in a control station in Britain.The voyage is expected to take about 35 days.

"The best expedition cruise ship ever"

"The best expedition cruise ship ever"

A cruise industry veteran of more than 25 years, Nikolaos Doulis, Lindblad Expeditions’ SVP, New Buildings, discusses with Maritime Reporter & Engineering News the build plan for “the best expedition cruise ship ever built.”Born in Greece to a seafaring family, Nikolaos Doulis was destined for a maritime career.

USCG Rescues Two From Sinking FV

USCG Rescues Two From Sinking FV

Crew members from Coast Guard Station New London rescued two people after they abandoned their sinking fishing vessel near Fishers Island, New York, Sunday morning.At approximately 7:30 a.m., watch standers at Sector Long Island Sound received a radio call from the crew of a 55-foot commercial fishing vessel stating their boat was taking on water in one of their fish holds.

Captains, Crew Recoup Lost Wages by Arresting Megayacht

Captains, Crew Recoup Lost Wages by Arresting Megayacht

Most yacht crew are compensated every payday, via wire transfer or check. But for some yachties, the only way to get paid is the hard way: by filing a lawsuit in federal court and literally arresting the megayacht for back pay owed.While many captains and crew are reluctant to initiate expensive litigation to arrest the boat they’ve served on

Shipyard Report: Detyens Shipyards

Shipyard Report: Detyens Shipyards

In a world driven by the dollar sign, D. Loy Stewart, Jr., owner and president of Detyens Shipyards missed the memo. Make no mistake, Stewart is steadfast to deliver on-time, excellent service to Detyens’ broad array of ship repair clients, from government to commercial, both foreign and domestic.

Joey Farrell: Born to Marine Salvage

Joey Farrell: Born to Marine Salvage

Boys are coaxed into cleanliness at bath time playing with boats. But it was never a game for Joseph Farrell, III, instinctively realizing he was ballasting and salvaging ships, unlike the typical Mr. Bubbles kid. The scion of Resolve Marine Group may have been born to lead the global emergency response company founded by his father with a single tug 38 years ago

OP/ED: Mariner Credentialing Evolves – for the Better

OP/ED: Mariner Credentialing Evolves – for the Better

As the Offshore Service Vessel Dynamic Positioning Authority’s new dynamic positioning operator (DPO) certification body evolves, its pathway to training and certification gives mariners options, and a seat at the table.The other day I was thinking about what makes me a captain. What I came up with as the relevant points were the ability to handle the vessel and read the environmental conditions

Tripling the Service Life of Fish Holds

Tripling the Service Life of Fish Holds

Epoxyamine Coating Extends Tank Maintenance Intervals: A Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine Coatings Case Study.A commercial fishing vessel that shows up at a seafood processing facility with its catch housed in rusty fish hold tanks is flirting with potential disaster. The processor may refuse the vessel’s entire haul if it sees rusty water or floating paint chips inside the holds.

New Maritime Fuel Rules: Industry Frets About Cost, Strategy, Supply

New Maritime Fuel Rules: Industry Frets About Cost, Strategy, Supply

There are studies and reports from classification societies, scientific organizations and governmental agencies assuring maritime industries that carbon-heavy fuel is peaking and will be replaced by 2050, if not by 2035, with zero carbon power alternatives. No question, they chorus, shipping can meet the IMO goals of a 50% reduction in 2008 levels of GHS by 2050.

TOTE Touts 'LNG-as-Fuel' Experience

TOTE Touts 'LNG-as-Fuel' Experience

Build it and they will come mentality serves TOTE well on ‘world first’ LNG ContainershipsAs the marine industry collectively struggles to find solutions to the mounting mandates to cut emissions, U.S. owner TOTE, which broke ground three years ago with the world’s first LNG-fueled containership, has more than 36 months experience operating almost exclusively on LNG.

USCG Navigation Center: Steering a steady course for safe, secure, efficient waterways

USCG Navigation Center: Steering a steady course for safe, secure, efficient waterways

The U.S. Coast Guard’s Navigation Center (NAVCEN) is involved in a number of activities that have an impact on all Americans, even if they don’t realize it.From motorists checking directions with their Global Positioning System (GPS) to boaters to ships coming and going to U.S. ports, the NAVCEN plays an unseen but vital role.

Maritime Inspection Made Easy Using Digital Devices

Maritime Inspection Made Easy Using Digital Devices

A rigorous marine inspection system is vital for companies operating in Australian and Asian waters. The safety of vessels, maritime equipment and employees all depend on ongoing maintenance, following regulations and effective management. For organizations and firms with assets, equipment and staff working at sea, the need for high-end successful monitoring of conditions is a 24-hour