GENERAL II

  • General
    • Vessel Name : GENERAL II
    • Operator : GLOBAL MARINE, INC.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : General Cargo / Passenger
    • Vessel Type : Combination Passenger and Cargo
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 671
  • Location
    • City : ST. JOHN
    • STATE : VI
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 67
    • Full Load Capacity : 250 Short ton
    • Passenger Capacity : 150
  • Size
    • Register length : 92 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 36 Feet
    • Overall Length : 92 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 36 Feet
    • Load draft : 6 Feet
    • Light Draft : 4 Feet
    • Height : 7 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1995
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 1029340

GLOBAL MARINE, INC.

ROANOKE

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

News

Tanker Helps Rescue Overdue Boaters off US East Coast

Tanker Helps Rescue Overdue Boaters off US East Coast

A Hong Kong registered tanker assisted in the rescue of two men adrift in a sailboat off the U.S. East Coast.On Sunday, watchstanders at the U.S. Coast Guard Fifth District command center were notified of an overdue sailing vessel, Atrevida II, which was sailing from Cape May, N.J. to Marathon, Fla.

Jones Act Waiver Mess

Jones Act Waiver Mess

Potential energy shortages in the U.S. northeast this winter have led to arguments that the U.S. Jones Act should be waived. These arguments rarely, however, grapple with what exactly it takes to waive the Jones Act. This is not blameworthy because the Jones Act waiver standard has been a mess.

Nigeria Stowaways Who Survived 11 Days on Ship Rudder Must Return Home - Spanish Police

Nigeria Stowaways Who Survived 11 Days on Ship Rudder Must Return Home - Spanish Police

Three migrants rescued in Spain's Canary Islands, after apparently enduring an 11-day journey from Nigeria crouched on the rudder of a fuel tanker, should now be returned home under stowaway laws, a police spokesman told Reuters on Tuesday. In a photograph distributed on Twitter by the Spanish coast guard on Monday, the three stowaways are shown crouching on the rudder under the hull

Kongsberg to Equip Three Polish Navy Warships with Hugin AUVs

Kongsberg to Equip Three Polish Navy Warships with Hugin AUVs

Norway's Kongsberg Maritime has secured a contract award with Polish shipbuilder Remontowa Shipbuilding SA (RSB) to supply three shipsets of Kongsberg Hugin Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) systems and related HiPAP positioning and communication systems for three newbuild warships for the Polish Navy.

Safety Concerns: Norway Inspects Europipe II Subsea Gas Pipeline to Germany

Safety Concerns: Norway Inspects Europipe II Subsea Gas Pipeline to Germany

Norway has deployed a specialist vessel to inspect a subsea gas pipeline to Germany because of safety concerns after suspected sabotage last month on two Nord Stream pipelines between Russia and Germany, according to sources and data.Norway, Europe's largest gas supplier, last week put its energy sector on high alert

Heerema Installs Tyra TEG Module in 'Heaviest Offshore Crane Lift Ever'

Heerema Installs Tyra TEG Module in 'Heaviest Offshore Crane Lift Ever'

Dutch offshore installation firm Heerema Marine Contractors said Tuesday it had broken a world lifting record with the installation of a 17,000 metric ton TotalEnergies' Tyra TEG module in the Danish sector of the North Sea.The TEG module, described as the biggest Tyra II project topside, was installed on the last remaining bare jacket at the Tyra offshore field.

General Average Declared for Fire-stricken Zim Charleston

General Average Declared for Fire-stricken Zim Charleston

General average has been declared for the ZIM Charleston after stacks of containers caught fire on board the vessel earlier this month.The fire broke out in a cargo hold while the Seaspan-owned containership was navigating off Colombo, Sri Lanka on August 8. It has been reported that approximately 300 containers may have been affected by fire, heat and smoke

Shipyards Adapt to help Navy, Coast Guard Recapitalize Fleets

Shipyards Adapt to help Navy, Coast Guard Recapitalize Fleets

U.S. shipyards are making improvements to building ships for the Navy and Coast Guard today and in the future.  In some cases, it means phasing out one class of ship and getting ready for the next.  Or, it can be a drastic make-over.The yards include mid-tier yards all the way up to very large facilities devoted exclusively to warships.

Dirk Lesko Named President of Irving Shipbuilding

Dirk Lesko Named President of Irving Shipbuilding

Dirk Lesko will assume the role of President of Irving Shipbuilding Inc., effective September 1, 2022, the Canadian shipbuilder announced.Ross Langley, Vice Chairman of Irving Shipbuilding, will continue as interim President until Lesko joins the company.Lesko retired in April 2022 as a Vice President of the General Dynamics Corporation and President of Bath Iron Works (BIW).

Austal Bags $230.5M Deal to Design and Build Expeditionary Fast Transport Ship for U.S. Navy

Austal Bags $230.5M Deal to Design and Build Expeditionary Fast Transport Ship for U.S. Navy

Austal USA has won a $230.5 million contract for the detailed design and construction of EPF 16, the Navy’s newest Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) ship.Austal USA has so far delivered 12 EPFs. Three additional EPFs are currently under construction. "EPFs have demonstrated their operational capability to conduct a variety of missions to include humanitarian assistance, disaster relief

Evergreen Declares General Average Following Containership Ever Forward Grounding

Evergreen Declares General Average Following Containership Ever Forward Grounding

Evergreen Marine, the owner of a containership stuck aground in the Chesapeake Bay, has declared general average after two failed attempts to refloat the vessel.The Ever Forward has been stuck near the Port of Baltimore since March 13 despite the efforts of dredgers and salvors who have been working for more than a week to dig out and refloat the 1,095-foot vessel.

Hafnia Grows Its Tanker Fleet by 44

Hafnia Grows Its Tanker Fleet by 44

Tanker shipping company Hafnia on Thursday announced it has completed its acquisition of 32 product/chemical tankers from Chemical Tankers and 12 LR1 tankers from Scorpio Tankers.Singapore-headquartered Hafnia, created through a merger between Hafnia Tankers and BW Tankers in 2019, now has an owned fleet of 152 vessels and commercially managed fleet of 242 vessels.