HORIZON ANCHORAGE

  • General
    • Vessel Name : HORIZON ANCHORAGE
    • Operator : HORIZON LINES, LLC
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Containership (Specialized)
    • Vessel Type : Containership
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 22540
  • Location
    • City : TACOMA
    • STATE : WA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 7854
    • Full Load Capacity : 16500 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 673 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 78 Feet
    • Overall Length : 710 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 78 Feet
    • Load draft : 33.1 Feet
    • Light Draft : 16 Feet
    • Height : 136 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1987
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 910306

HORIZON LINES, LLC

  • Area of Operation : U. S. DOMESTIC TRADE (CONUS, HAWAII, PUERTO RICO & ALASKA)

HORIZON CONSUMER

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

HORIZON DISCOVERY

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

HORIZON EAGLE

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

HORIZON ENTERPRISE

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

HORIZON FAIRBANKS

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

HORIZON KODIAK

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

HORIZON NAVIGATOR

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

HORIZON PACIFIC

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

HORIZON PRODUCER

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

HORIZON RELIANCE

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

HORIZON SPIRIT

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

HORIZON TACOMA

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

HORIZON TRADER

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

News

Bollinger Delivers USCGC Harold Miller

Bollinger Delivers USCGC Harold Miller

Bollinger Shipyards on Thursday delivered the USCGC Harold Miller to the U.S. Coast Guard in Key West, Fla. This is the 161st vessel Bollinger has delivered to the U.S. Coast Guard over a 35 year period and the 38th Fast Response Cutter delivered on the current program. The USCGC Harold Miller is the third of three FRCs to be home-ported in Galveston, Texas.

Workers From a BP Gulf of Mexico Platform Test Positive for COVID-19

Workers From a BP Gulf of Mexico Platform Test Positive for COVID-19

Several workers on a BP Plc oil platform in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico have tested positive for coronavirus, the company said on Wednesday, a day after a worker at BP's operations in Alaska also tested positive.The cases are the first recorded among oil workers in the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska, and follow a positive test at an Equinor offshore project in the North Sea.

Ship with COVID-19 on Board Piloted Remotely through Suez Canal

Ship with COVID-19 on Board Piloted Remotely through Suez Canal

A cruise ship with at least reported 65 cases of coronavirus on board was piloted remotely through the Sueaz Canal.On March 23, a pilotage team aboard two escort tugs remotely piloted Italian passenger ship Costa Diadema during a northbound convoy through the new Suez Canal, while the ship was sailing without passengers from from the United Arab Emirates to Italy.

Oil, Fishing, Tourism: Alaska Economy Faces Triple Hit from Coronavirus

Oil, Fishing, Tourism: Alaska Economy Faces Triple Hit from Coronavirus

The U.S. state of Alaska is so far distant from the worst medical ravages of the coronavirus pandemic, but its economy is in critical condition. Alaska is especially vulnerable because it depends on oil, tourism and fisheries – basic industries that are reeling from the global coronavirus pandemic – and the state government gets most of its revenue from investment earnings that have now

Kongsberg to Test Autonomous Ship Technology

Kongsberg to Test Autonomous Ship Technology

Norwegian technology firm Kongsberg announced it will install and test autonomous ship technologies on two vessels in Europe's inland waterways and short sea coastal shipping routes.The AUTOSHIP project will aim to test and further develop key technology linked to fully autonomous navigation systems, intelligent machinery systems, self-diagnostics, prognostics and operation scheduling

LCS 19 Completes Acceptance Trials

LCS 19 Completes Acceptance Trials

Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) 19, the future USS St. Louis, has completed acceptance trials in Lake Michigan and will now undergo final outfitting and fine-tuning before delivery to the US Navy early next year.Christened and launched on December 15, 2018, LCS 19 was built by Marinette Marine in Marinette, Wis. The vessel is the seventh ship in naval service named after St. Louis, Mo.

Zeabuz, the Zero-Emission Waterbus Concept

Zeabuz, the Zero-Emission Waterbus Concept

While Norway ranks 120th among countries globally in terms of population size (5.3 million), it packs a powerful punch in the maritime world, as Norwegians rank near the top as maritime and offshore industry innovators.As the global maritime markets enters a transcendent period – with decarbonization

MN100: Chris Allard: Co-Owner / CEO Metal Shark

MN100: Chris Allard: Co-Owner / CEO Metal Shark

A naval architect and graduate of the Webb Institute, Co-Owner/CEO Chris Allard introduced the engineering-centric approach that has fueled Metal Shark’s growth; driving innovation and transforming the company from a regional builder to a globally recognized industry leader.Under Allard’s direction

Pirates Rob Korean Bulk Carrier

Pirates Rob Korean Bulk Carrier

Pirates attacked a South Korean-flagged cargo ship in the South China Sea early on Monday, stealing thousands of dollars in cash and even the sailors' shoes, South Korean authorities said.Two people sustained minor injuries when seven pirates boarded the CK Bluebell and made off with $13,000 and belongings including mobile phones, clothes and shoes from the 22-strong crew

Fuel Barge Stuck in the Mud in Alaska

Fuel Barge Stuck in the Mud in Alaska

A fuel barge has become stuck in mud on the Naknek River in Naknek, Alaska, the U.S. Coast Guard said on Wednesday. The Coast Guard said it is responding to the Crowley BC-152 barge, which settled in the mud and began to show signs of structural stress while offloading petroleum product.

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.

World-First: Hydrogen-powered Push Boat

World-First: Hydrogen-powered Push Boat

A new vessel being built to operate along the Rhône river in France will be the world's first push boat to run entirely on hydrogen fuel cells.The newbuild for the France-based Sogestran Group subsidiary Compagnie Fluviale de Transport (CFT) is due for delivery in 2021 and will feature a fuel cell based power and propulsion solution from ABB through its role in FLAGSHIPS