HARBOR FUEL

  • General
    • Vessel Name : HARBOR FUEL
    • Operator : HARBOR FUELS LLC
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Liquid Other Tanker
    • Vessel Type : Liquid Bulk Tanker
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
  • Location
    • City : BOSTON
    • STATE : MA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 52
    • Full Load Capacity : 150 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 50 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 18.5 Feet
    • Overall Length : 50 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 18.5 Feet
    • Load draft : 10 Feet
    • Light Draft : 3 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2012
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 1238996

HARBOR FUELS LLC

BUMPER

  • Type : Passenger Vessel
  • Construction : Steel

News

Charleston has Deepest Harbor on US East Coast

Charleston has Deepest Harbor on US East Coast

Charleston Harbor is now the deepest harbor on the East Coast at 52 feet.At 52 feet, the biggest ships calling the East Coast can access South Carolina Ports’ terminals any time, any tide. Ships filled with record imports and heavy exports can seamlessly sail through Charleston Harbor to SC Ports’ terminals.

Crowley Wraps Salem Harbor Acreage Buy to Create Offshore Wind Port Terminal

Crowley Wraps Salem Harbor Acreage Buy to Create Offshore Wind Port Terminal

Crowley has completed the purchase of 42 acres in Salem, Massachusetts, the latest milestone toward the development of the state’s second major offshore wind port terminal.The Salem Harbor Wind Terminal is a public-private partnership between Crowley and the City of Salem, with AVANGRID serving as the port’s anchor tenant through its Commonwealth Wind and Park City Wind projects.

Long Beach Channel Deepening Gets Board Green Light

Long Beach Channel Deepening Gets Board Green Light

A critical channel deepening project that will help move cargo more efficiently to and from the U.S. advanced Monday after the Long Beach Harbor Commission concluded an extensive environmental review process and greenlit the endeavor.The work will also allow the port to welcome newer cleaner, and more efficient cargo vessels.

ABB, Keppel O&M Verify Next-level of Harbor Tug Autonomy with Collision Avoidance Trials

ABB, Keppel O&M Verify Next-level of Harbor Tug Autonomy with Collision Avoidance Trials

ABB said Monday its digital technologies have enabled the harbor tug Maju 510 to become the first vessel in the world to receive Autonomous and Remote-Control Navigation Notation from ABS classification society, and first Singapore-flagged vessel to receive the Smart (Autonomous) Notation from MPA.

Supertanker Rescues Syrian Refugees at Sea

Supertanker Rescues Syrian Refugees at Sea

A Greek-registered supertanker recently came to the rescue of a group of Syrian refugees stranded without water, food and fuel in the Mediterranean Sea.Late in the evening on May 27, 2022, Samaris Konstantinos from Brittania forwarded an email that the club’s emergency line received from the NGO ‘Watch the Med’ in regard to a rescue request nearby the Euronav very large crude carrier (VLCC)

Interview: Jörg Franzke, President, Scania USA

Interview: Jörg Franzke, President, Scania USA

Jörg Franzke, the newly appointed president of Scania U.S.A., Inc., is a company veteran, having been with the Scania group since 1995, building a wide experience in various positions such as Services, Truck Sales, R&D, Network Development and Quality Management. And prior to his current role, Franzke was the Head of Power Solutions at Scania Germany for 10 years.

Danish Electric Ferry Completes World-record 90km Voyage on a Single Charge

Danish Electric Ferry Completes World-record 90km Voyage on a Single Charge

A fully-electric ferry in Denmark has set a new world record for the longest voyage on a single battery charge.The vessel, Ellen, which usually connects the islands of Ærø and Als in Southern Denmark, broke the distance record on June 9 in Sønderborg, Denmark, where leaders from industry, government

Port of Helsinki Aims to Be Carbon Neutral by 2030

Port of Helsinki Aims to Be Carbon Neutral by 2030

The Port of Helsinki announced it is tightening the timeline for its carbon neutrality program and is now aiming to be carbon neutral by 2030.“We will minimize our own energy consumption through modernizing heating, moving to LED lighting and increasing self-produced solar power,” said Andreas Slotte, head of sustainable development at the Port of Helsinki.

Iran Says It Seized Foreign Ship Smuggling Fuel, Detained Crew

Iran Says It Seized Foreign Ship Smuggling Fuel, Detained Crew

Iranian authorities seized a foreign ship attempting to smuggle fuel out of the country and detained its crew, state new agency IRNA said on Wednesday.Iran, which has some of the world's cheapest fuel prices due to heavy subsidies and the plunge in value of its national currency, has been fighting rampant fuel smuggling by land to neighboring countries and by sea to Gulf Arab states.

Hydrogen-powered Ferry Prepares to Launch in San Francisco Bay

Hydrogen-powered Ferry Prepares to Launch in San Francisco Bay

The San Francisco Bay will soon have a new fossil fuel-free ferry floating in its waters, propelled completely by hydrogen fuel cells, and officials hope it heralds change on the high seas.Aptly named Sea Change, the 70-foot (21-meter), 75-passenger ferry will service multiple stops along San Francisco's waterfront.

Bunker Suppliers Stop Serving Russian Vessels in the Med

Bunker Suppliers Stop Serving Russian Vessels in the Med

Marine fuel sellers have stopped serving vessels flying the Russian flag at major European hubs including Spain and Malta in another blow to Moscow's exports, five industry sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.Losing access to refueling points in the Mediterranean Sea poses major logistical problems for Russian oil tankers going from Baltic ports to Asia and also creates safety

AWO Urges California to Reconsider Proposed Harbor Craft Engine Emissions Rules

AWO Urges California to Reconsider Proposed Harbor Craft Engine Emissions Rules

A trade group representing the U.S. tugboat, towboat and barge industry is urging the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to reconsider new harbor craft engine emissions regulations that many in the industry say will be difficult, if not impossible, to comply with.The American Waterways Operators (AWO) said it is "deeply concerned that CARB's proposed regulations mandate engine technology that