JULIETTE GORDON LOW

  • General
    • Vessel Name : JULIETTE GORDON LOW
    • Operator : CHATHAM AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Other Carriers (Specialized)
    • Vessel Type : Ferry
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 230
  • Location
    • City : SAVANNAH
    • STATE : GA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 41
    • Passenger Capacity : 86
  • Size
    • Register length : 55 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 20 Feet
    • Overall Length : 55 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 20 Feet
    • Load draft : 7 Feet
    • Light Draft : 7 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2003
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 1137866

CHATHAM AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

  • Area of Operation : SAVANNAH RIVER BETWEEN HUTCHINSON ISLAND AND SAVANNAH, GA
  • Principal Commodity : PERSONNEL

FLORENCE MARTUS

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Aluminum

SUSIE KING TAYLOR

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

News

Boat Made of Flip-flops Sails for Cleaner Seas

Boat Made of Flip-flops Sails for Cleaner Seas

It was 6pm when an unusual rainbow-colored boat, made of recycled plastic waste and discarded flip-flops gathered from beaches and roadsides, dropped anchor off the beach at Mtwapa, near Kenya's coastal city of Mombasa.The 9-meter-long dhow, "The Flipflopi", was sailing south along East Africa's coast to raise awareness of the threat plastics pose to the oceans

CMA CGM Estimates Low-sulphur Rule Will Cost $160 Per TEU

CMA CGM Estimates Low-sulphur Rule Will Cost $160 Per TEU

Container shipping group CMA CGM said it estimates the cost for it to comply with a new global low-sulphur shipping fuel regulation at around $160 per TEU, or standard container, at current conditions.In a statement on Monday, the French firm, one of the world's largest container lines, said the cost would be absorbed by adjustment of fuel surcharges for customers.

Marine Low Sulphur Fuel: Organizing the Switch

Marine Low Sulphur Fuel: Organizing the Switch

The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) decision to implement a 0.50 percent cap on sulphur emissions has created uncertainty among vessel operators. Questions are already being asked about how to comply with the changing emissions target, what types of fuels will be available and where.

Gulf Platforms Shut ahead of Hurricane

Gulf Platforms Shut ahead of Hurricane

U.S. oil prices edged up on Tuesday, rising back past $70 per barrel, after two Gulf of Mexico oil platforms were evacuated in preparation for a hurricane.U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at $70.04 per barrel at 0034 GMT, up 24 cents, or 0.3 percent from their last settlement.

Low Water Still Troubles River Shipping in Germany

Low Water Still Troubles River Shipping in Germany

Water levels on the Rhine and Danube in Germany remain low after a recent drought and freight vessels cannot sail fully loaded on the rivers, traders said on Tuesday.Rhine water levels have risen after rain in recent days but still remain well below levels that would allow normal sailings, they said.“Most vessels are only sailing about 30 percent full,” one trader said.

LNG Trade to Grow by 11% in 2018 -Clarksons

LNG Trade to Grow by 11% in 2018 -Clarksons

The liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade is expected to achieve further growth of 11 percent for 2018, according to a recent report from Clarksons Research. The forecast comes on the heels 2017's 9 percent growth to 929mt. By comparison, the LNG trade averaged 0.3 percent growth from 2012 to 2015.

RIB Circumnavigates Iceland in 42 Hours

RIB Circumnavigates Iceland in 42 Hours

Al Seer Marine and Rafnar, Icelandic marine technology innovators and designers of the Rafnar Hull, have completed a record-breaking 42-hour circumnavigation of Iceland.This news follows the firms' recent partnership announcement for the licensing of the Rafnar Hull. The challenge of circumnavigating Iceland in a small open RIB was an opportunity for Al Seer Marine to gain firsthand experience

Petrobras Output in Campos Drops to Lowest Level in 17 Years

Petrobras Output in Campos Drops to Lowest Level in 17 Years

Oil production by Brazilian state-led Petroleo Brasileiro SA in the Campos basin fell 1.4 percent in June over the previous month to 1.042 million barrels a day, its lowest level since 2001, as mature fields decline, according to company data.Output has dropped 15.8 percent in 12 months due to the ageing of fields off-shore from Rio de Janeiro and Espirito Santo that account for almost half of

Shipping’s Half Year Report: Extra Classes Needed?

Shipping’s Half Year Report: Extra Classes Needed?

With the industry hoping for better “grades” after the “effort” of recent years, this week’s Analysis updates our half year shipping report showing a ClarkSea Index up 9% y-o-y but still below trend since the financial crisis (see Graph of the Week). After comments of “must do better” and “showing potential” in recent years

Marine Shipping Sector Eyes LNG to Meet Clean Fuel Rules

Marine Shipping Sector Eyes LNG to Meet Clean Fuel Rules

With new global emissions standards looming, the marine shipping industry is increasingly looking at liquefied natural gas as alternative to high-sulfur bunker fuel, shipping and energy executives said at a global gas summit this week.   Already used to fuel ferry fleets and cruise ships, LNG is gaining traction among freight and cargo shippers

Low Water Hampers Germany's Rhine, Danube Shipping

Low Water Hampers Germany's Rhine, Danube Shipping

Water levels on the Rhine and Danube in Germany have fallen after recent dry weather and freight vessels cannot sail fully loaded on some sections of the rivers, traders said on Wednesday.   The Rhine is too shallow for normal sailings around Cologne, traders said. All of the German section of the Danube is too shallow for full loads, they said.

Singapore Reports Higher May Bunker Fuel Sales

Singapore Reports Higher May Bunker Fuel Sales

Singapore marine fuel sales climbed to a four-month high of 4.283 million tonnes in May, up 1.2 percent from the previous month and 2.5 percent higher compared with a year ago, data from the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) showed on Wednesday.The strong volumes sold in May were largely in line with industry expectations and come despite sharply higher bunker fuel prices due to