LAB

  • General
    • Vessel Name : LAB
    • Operator : BRICE, INC.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Dry Cargo Other Barge
    • Vessel Type : RO-RO Barge
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
  • Location
    • City : SEWARD
    • STATE : AK
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 324
  • Size
    • Register length : 234.2 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 54 Feet
    • Overall Length : 234.2 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 54 Feet
    • Load draft : 12 Feet
    • Light Draft : 12 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2007
    • EQUIP1 : 988B RETCH
    • Coast Guard Number : 1194640

BRICE, INC.

  • Area of Operation : COAST OF ALASKA AND INLAND WATERWAYS OF ALASKA
  • Principal Commodity : CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES

ALULAG

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

ANDY B

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

DEE DEE LORI

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

SAM B

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

DRIFT RIVER

  • Type : RO-RO Barge
  • Construction : Steel

JAMES B

  • Type : RO-RO Barge
  • Construction : Steel

News

TUI Cruise Ship Crew Tests Negative for COVID-19 in Repeat Test

TUI Cruise Ship Crew Tests Negative for COVID-19 in Repeat Test

Twelve crew members of a cruise ship that docked at Piraeus port near Athens on Tuesday tested negative for the novel coronavirus in repeat checks by Greek health authorities, the ship's operator TUI Cruises said.The Mein Shiff 6 cruise ship had departed from Heraklion in Crete on Sunday with all 922 passengers having tested negative before boarding.

Will Customers Redefine Design and the Science of Marine Propulsion?

Will Customers Redefine Design and the Science of Marine Propulsion?

It is “pre-COVID ” April of 2018, and 174 member states of IMO adopt a new strategy to reduce greenhouse gases from shipping. The meetings are considered “urgent” and the target is to reduce carbon emissions in half by 2050. Prior to those “targets” shipping dealt with regulations to address SOx and NOx reductions.

Maritime History: Columbia Lighting the World; How Classification Can Make a Difference

Maritime History: Columbia Lighting the World; How Classification Can Make a Difference

I don’t remember when I discovered that the first application of lightbulbs occurred at sea rather than ashore. But when I dug a little deeper into the subject recently, I came across an interesting set of coincidences that shows how innovation often relies on simply doing, rather than endlessly talking about it.

Video: Seaspan Shipyards Launches CCGS John Cabot

Video: Seaspan Shipyards Launches CCGS John Cabot

Canadian shipbuilder Seaspan Shipyards on Friday launched the final ship in a series of three Offshore Fisheries Science Vessels (OFSV) for the Canadian Coast Guard.The 63.4-meter CCGS John Cabot will next undergo sea trials before its delivery to the Coast Guard later this summer. The vessel will be based in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.

LADAR: Laser Sensor Technology for the Maritime Industry

LADAR: Laser Sensor Technology for the Maritime Industry

Research scientist and entrepreneur Sverre Dokken believes laser-based remote sensing has big potential in the maritime domain. But what is LADAR, who’s it for and what are the key benefits?“Our mission is to be the world leader in innovative maritime sensor products that enhance the safety and security of shipping and all manner of offshore activity,” says Ladar Ltd (LDR) principal Sverre Dokken.

Mapping the Maritime Software Landscape in 2020

Mapping the Maritime Software Landscape in 2020

Another year has passed since our last mapping of the maritime software landscape, and it is once again time to review the latest developments and trends in this space.Overall, 2019 was another turbulent year for most shipping markets, overshadowed by preparations for the IMO 2020 sulfur regulations, rising geopolitical tensions, the trade war between the USA and China

Environmental DNA Emerging in the Ocean Science Community

Environmental DNA Emerging in the Ocean Science Community

There is a new buzzword in the ocean science/sensing community. The word is eDNA, an abbreviation for environmental DNA. This refers to DNA that can be extracted from environmental samples without first isolating any target organisms. In the maritime community such samples are taken from water.

MBARI Works at Unlocking Ocean Biology

MBARI Works at Unlocking Ocean Biology

Greater understanding of what goes on in the ocean is starting to become a reality – thanks to growing use of unmanned surface and underwater vehicles and developments in biological sensing.  Elaine Maslin takes a look at what a team at MBARI has been doing.Gathering biological data from the oceans remains a significant challenge for oceanographers.

All Sailors on US Aircraft Carrier to be Tested for COVID-19

All Sailors on US Aircraft Carrier to be Tested for COVID-19

All 5,000 personnel aboard the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt will be tested for the coronavirus after the number of sailors on the ship who have tested positive for the virus increased, U.S. Navy officials said on Thursday.The move is the latest example of the coronavirus’s impact on the military.Acting U.S.

NOAA-Viking Public Private Partnership, a Win-win for Research

NOAA-Viking Public Private Partnership, a Win-win for Research

There was important cruise news in January: Viking – a premier European ocean and river cruise company - will offer two new “destination-focused travel experiences,” starting in 2022.  One set of cruises becomes Viking’s first foray in the inland North American market, in this case the Great Lakes.  Another set of cruises will head to the Arctic and Antarctica.

Interview: Dr. Catherine Warner, Director, NATO CMRE

Interview: Dr. Catherine Warner, Director, NATO CMRE

At CMRE, it’s not just about the science.  It’s about building trust and confidence in resilient systems. An interview with Dr. Catherine Warner, Director, NATO Center for Maritime Research and Experimentation, La Spezia, ItalyTell us a little about yourself and CMRE.  What does CMRE do, and how do you see your mission evolving?I came here from the Pentagon

AAM launches 77-ft. RV for Duke University

AAM launches 77-ft. RV for Duke University

All American Marine, Inc. (AAM) completed construction and launched an aluminum research and survey vessel for Duke University. The Duke University Marine Lab (DUML) is a hydrofoil-assisted catamaran from Teknicraft Design. Measuring 77 x 26.5 ft. the vessel is based on a pair of successful Teknicraft Design vessels AAM built for NOAA.