KEN EICHNER-2

  • General
    • Vessel Name : KEN EICHNER-2
    • Operator : KETCHIKAN GATEWAY BOROUGH
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Other Carriers (Specialized)
    • Vessel Type : Ferry
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 850
  • Location
    • City : KETCHIKAN
    • STATE : AK
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 62
    • Full Load Capacity : 62 Short ton
    • Passenger Capacity : 147
  • Size
    • Register length : 115 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 48 Feet
    • Overall Length : 115 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 48 Feet
    • Load draft : 9 Feet
    • Light Draft : 8.2 Feet
    • Height : 48 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2011
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 1233713

KETCHIKAN GATEWAY BOROUGH

  • Area of Operation : REVILLAGIGEDO ISLAND, GRAVINA ISLAND AND TONGASS NARROWS, AK
  • Principal Commodity : PASSENGERS AND VEHICLES

ORAL FREEMAN

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

News

Ship Design: Evolving for Efficiency, Compliance

Ship Design: Evolving for Efficiency, Compliance

The evolution of marine design is increasingly influenced by three drivers: New three-dimensional design tools, the increasing complexity of power systems, and new access to high-latitude shipping routes. While new digital design tools are a natural progression of the current Information Age

TOP 5 Yachts of 2018

TOP 5 Yachts of 2018

While the task to name only five 'Top' yachts of the year, Maritime Reporter & Engineering News' Lisa Overing gives it her best shot in the January 2019 edition.M/Y TIS: “Size Matters”The age-old question of whether or not size matters is typically directed at men. However, since a ship is called she, Maritime Reporter’s top spot for greatest yacht of 2018 is the class of 2018’s largest launch

KVH Appoints Loke  VP Asia Pacific

KVH Appoints Loke VP Asia Pacific

KVH Industries (Nasdaq: KVHI) said that Ken Loke has been named Vice President – Asia Pacific, to direct all initiatives for KVH in this  region. Loke has extensive experience in satellite and managed services with top companies active in the telecommunications and maritime industries.

Sub M is here, now what?

Sub M is here, now what?

Captain Pat Folan outlines the way forward, especially for the smaller towboat firms. It’s not rocket science, but it does involve common sense. July 20, 2018 came and went, and we are all still here – mostly. The reality of Sub M has begun to sink in and for some it signals the end of a business and career. The AWO RCP members, oil movers and early adopters are going to make it.

New Power for Alaskan Classic

New Power for Alaskan Classic

Thousands of people travel Alaska on mega-cruise ships each year, but only a handful get to cruise Alaskan waters on the immaculate M/V LISERON. Built in Seattle in 1952 by the US Navy as a minesweeper she was sold to France, but returned to Seattle in 1990 after being lovingly converted to yacht-class in Florida.

Ruhl Named CEO of Algoma

Ruhl Named CEO of Algoma

Ken Bloch Sørensen has stepped down as president and  CEO of Canadian shipowner Algoma Central Corporation after leading the company for four years.  Gregg A. Ruhl, the current Chief Operating Officer, has been named President and Chief Executive Officer and will assume that role immediately.Soerensen is said to want to spend more time with his family in Europe.

Oakland Port: Big Drop in Greenhouse Gases

Oakland Port: Big Drop in Greenhouse Gases

Oakland International Container Terminal (SSA), a major Port of Oakland tenant, said its $6 million conversion to hybrid yard cranes would cut greenhouse gas emissions 96 percent.  “This is way better than we thought it would be,” said Ken Larson, Crane Manager for the terminal’s parent company, Seattle-based SSA Terminals.  “So far, this is a very successful project.

CN to Invest $345mln in British Columbia

CN to Invest $345mln in British Columbia

Canadian National Railway (CN) said it plans to invest approximately $345 million across British Columbia in 2019 to expand and strengthen the Company’s rail network throughout the province.“Following a record capital program in 2018, CN has been able to take on more traffic from different commodity sectors based on contracts with our customers.

Hapag-Lloyd: 50th Year of Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Hapag-Lloyd: 50th Year of Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Hapag-Lloyd, the world's largest shipping company, marks 50th anniversary of dangerous goods department.According to a press release from the transnational German-based transportation company, 50 years ago, in March 1969, Hapag and Norddeutscher Lloyd set up a mutual Dangerous Goods department and became the first shipping lines with a dedicated team for safety and security on board and on land.

ITF Exposes Wage Theft on BlueScope Ship

ITF Exposes Wage Theft on BlueScope Ship

Wage theft aboard a BlueScope chartered foreign-flagged ship in Port Kembla has been exposed after intervention from the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF).Inspections by ITF inspectors in Western Port and Port Kembla of the Panamanian registered vessel KEN EI, in January, led to $38,384 in coastal wages being paid immediately in cash to the 20 Filipino seafarers crewing the ship.

Marinsa Named Ken Jofs as Director of Sales

Marinsa Named Ken Jofs as Director of Sales

Miami-headquartered Marinsa International announced that Ken Jofs has joined the Team as Director of Sales."Ken joined our Marinsa Team on January 1, 2019. We are convinced that his expertise in the Marine Industry will add another layer of success in servicing our customers worldwide," Adrian Walchli, President of Marinsa International.