DONALD SEA

  • General
    • Vessel Name : DONALD SEA
    • Operator : HOOVER, ALAN M.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Tugboat
    • Vessel Type : Tugboat
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 400
  • Location
    • City : ALEXANDRIA BAY
    • STATE : NY
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 24
  • Size
    • Register length : 50 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 18 Feet
    • Overall Length : 50 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 18 Feet
    • Load draft : 6 Feet
    • Light Draft : 5 Feet
    • Height : 25 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1964
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 293914

HOOVER, ALAN M.

  • Area of Operation : GREAT LAKES AND EAST COAST
  • Principal Commodity : RELOCATION OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AND SHIP ASSIST

CAPT. ALIX

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

News

More Grain Ships Diverted from Red Sea Due to Houthi Attacks

More Grain Ships Diverted from Red Sea Due to Houthi Attacks

More ships carrying grain were diverted from the Suez Canal to sailings around the Cape of Good Hope this week as concern about attacks on vessels in the Red Sea continued, shipping analysts said on Friday."Another 13 vessels were diverted this week taking the total cargo diverted away from the Red Sea route to around 5.

Shipping Attacks Push US and Allies to Mideast Crunch Point

Shipping Attacks Push US and Allies to Mideast Crunch Point

When the United States and 11 allies published a joint statement last week calling for an end to Houthi attacks from Yemen on Red Sea shipping, they hoped the implicit threat of force might at least reduce the intensity of fire on foreign vessels.Instead, Wednesday saw the largest single attack yet on foreign vessels, according to Western defence officials

Bulk Carrier Hits Mine in Black Sea, Two People Injured

Bulk Carrier Hits Mine in Black Sea, Two People Injured

A Panama-flagged bulk carrier that was headed to a River Danube port to load grain has hit a mine in the Black Sea, the Ukrainian military said on Thursday.It was the latest incident of a civilian vessel hitting an explosive in the Black Sea in what Kyiv says is stepped-up Russian attacks on shipping and port infrastructure.

China to Conduct Sea Trials for Its First Ultra-deepwater Drilling Ship

China to Conduct Sea Trials for Its First Ultra-deepwater Drilling Ship

China will on Friday conduct sea trials for its first ocean research drilling vessel, capable of drilling at depths of more than 10,000 meters (32,800 feet), a key step towards beefing up the country's deep-sea oil and gas exploration capabilities.It is China's first vessel capable of ultra-deepwater research and drilling, Chinese state media reported on Monday.

Turkish Ship Hits Mine in Black Sea, Sustains Minor Damage

A Turkish-flagged general cargo ship hit a mine on Thursday in the Black Sea off the coast of Romania and sustained minor damage but the crew was safe, maritime and security sources said.British maritime security company Ambrey, citing information it received, said the ship struck a sea mine 11 nautical miles north of Sulina in Romania, near the entrance to the Sulina Canal.

Baltic Sea Drills to Focus for First Time on Repelling Russian Attack

Baltic Sea Drills to Focus for First Time on Repelling Russian Attack

Major naval drills about to start in the Baltic Sea involving some 30 ships and more than 3,000 Western service members will for the first time practice how to respond to a Russian assault in the region, Germany's navy chief said on Friday."We are sending a clear message of vigilance to Russia: Not on our watch," Vice-Admiral Jan Christian Kaack told reporters in Berlin.

Insurers Raise Premiums for Black Sea Tankers as Tensions Mount

Insurers Raise Premiums for Black Sea Tankers as Tensions Mount

Insurance companies have notified charterers of ships operating in Russia's Black Sea ports of an increase in additional payments known as "war risk premiums", four traders said.A war risk premium was added to the common insurance costs for tankers last year after the start of Russia's military action in Ukraine, which Moscow calls a special military operation.

Russian Navy Rehearses Firing Rockets at Ships in Black Sea After Warning to Ukraine

Russian Navy Rehearses Firing Rockets at Ships in Black Sea After Warning to Ukraine

Russia's Defense Ministry said on Friday that its Black Sea Fleet had practised firing rockets at surface targets in a live fire exercise, two days after it warned that ships heading to Ukraine's Black Sea ports could be considered military targets.Russia issued its warning earlier this week after it quit the Black Sea grain deal on Monday

US Court Revives Lawsuit Against Royal Caribbean Over Toddler's Death

US Court Revives Lawsuit Against Royal Caribbean Over Toddler's Death

A federal appeals court on Tuesday revived a lawsuit against Royal Caribbean Cruises by the parents of an 18-month-old girl who died after slipping through her grandfather’s hands and falling through an open cruise ship window.The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta restored two negligence claims over the July 2019 death of Chloe Wiegand

Deep-sea Mining: A New Gold Rush or Environmental Disaster?

Deep-sea Mining: A New Gold Rush or Environmental Disaster?

In the depths of the Pacific Ocean between Mexico and Hawaii, trillions of potato-shaped rocks are scattered across the seabed - containing minerals such as nickel, cobalt and manganese vital for new green technologies in the global energy transition.In this ocean region - the Clarion-Clipperton Zone (CCZ) - an abundance of the rocks, known as polymetallic nodules

World's Largest Cruise Ship Starts Sea Trials

World's Largest Cruise Ship Starts Sea Trials

Royal Caribbean's Icon of the Seas—the world's largest cruise ship—has commenced sea trials in the Baltic Sea.The 250,800 GT vessel, the first in Royal Caribbean's new Icon-class, has been under construction at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland since June 2022. The fully assembled ship was floated out in December and is now undergoing final outfitting and testing.

Container Losses Fall to Record Low

Container Losses Fall to Record Low

The number of containers lost overboard from ships at sea has been on the decline, according to a recent report from the World Shipping Council (WSC).The 661 containers lost at sea during 2022 is significantly lower that the average of 1,566 containers lost each year since 2008.Lost containers in 2022 represents less than one thousandth of 1% (0.