LOYAL

  • General
    • Vessel Name : LOYAL
    • Operator : NORTHWEST ROCK PRODUCTS, INC.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Dry Cargo Deck Barge
    • Vessel Type : Flat / Deck Barge
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
  • Location
    • City : PORT GAMBLE
    • STATE : WA
  • Capacity
    • Full Load Capacity : 270 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 95 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 30 Feet
    • Overall Length : 95 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 30 Feet
    • Load draft : 6 Feet
    • Light Draft : 2.5 Feet
    • Height : 5.5 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1940
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : NOT/DOC

NORTHWEST ROCK PRODUCTS, INC.

  • Area of Operation : PUGET SOUND / HARBOR CANAL
  • Principal Commodity : ROCK

VALIANT

  • Type : Pushboat
  • Construction : Steel

COMPLIANT

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

News

Company in Focus: ShipMoney Helps to Enable Efficient Seafarer Pay

Company in Focus: ShipMoney Helps to Enable Efficient Seafarer Pay

Stuart Ostrow developed ShipMoney as a means to make the process of paying crew more efficient and cost-effective for both vessel owner/operators and the crew. Little did he realize then that his company would be instrumental in helping seafarers during their greatest time of crisis.

How Will the Cruise Industry Recover from Coronavirus?

How Will the Cruise Industry Recover from Coronavirus?

On Sunday the first major cruise ship to take to the Mediterranean in almost five months sailed out of the Italian city of Genoa. Passengers on the MSC Grandiosa were tested for coronavirus before stepping on board. The ship—which has brought in an array of strict measures to limit the spread of the virus—will stop at three Italian ports and the Maltese capital Valletta in a seven-day voyage.

More Stormy Seas Ahead for the Cruise Sector

More Stormy Seas Ahead for the Cruise Sector

The cruise industry has weathered many storms, including fairly regular brushes with disease. Outbreaks of norovirus, H1N1 and measles have all happened in the not too distant past. Despite this, a cruise has traditionally been regarded as a safe holiday—the kind where you don’t have to worry about a thing.COVID-19 has changed this.

Libya's NOC Lifts Force Majeure on Exports. First Tanker Loaded at Es Sider

Libya's NOC Lifts Force Majeure on Exports. First Tanker Loaded at Es Sider

Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) lifted force majeure on all oil exports on Friday as a first tanker loaded at Es Sider after a half-year blockade by eastern forces, but said technical problems caused by the shutdown would keep output low."The increase in production will take a long time due to the significant damage to reservoirs and infrastructure caused by the illegal blockade imposed

Lindblad Expeditions Names Berle CEO

Lindblad Expeditions Names Berle CEO

Expedition cruising company Lindblad Expeditions Holdings has appointed Dolf Berle as president, chief executive officer and a member of its board, effective May 10. Berle succeeds Sven-Olof Lindblad, who will become co-chair of the board together with current board chair Mark Ein.

The First Woman to Sail Around the World

The First Woman to Sail Around the World

In 1765, a young, peasant woman left a remote corner of rural France where her impoverished family had scraped a living for generations. She set out on a journey that would take her around the world from the South American jungles and Magellan Strait to the tropical islands of the Indo-Pacific.Jeanne Barret (also Baret or Baré) was the first woman known to have circumnavigated the world.

Stalled Cruise Industry Targets Repeat Passengers

Stalled Cruise Industry Targets Repeat Passengers

Retired New Yorkers Mahlon and Kim Russell have taken 15 cruises over the past 15 years, visiting destinations from Tahiti to St. Petersburg, primarily with Norwegian Cruise Line.After canceling a fall trip to Europe, in July the Russells booked a 10-day cruise around Australia and New Zealand—for January 2022.“We love cruising,” said Mahlon Russell.

ESVAGT Delays Investments, Cuts Salaries

ESVAGT Delays Investments, Cuts Salaries

Danish offshore vessels owner ESVAGT will cut executive and staff pay, and delay investments in response to the low oil prices and the COVID-19 pandemic.Peter Lytzen, the CEO of the company that provides emergency response and rescue vessels (ERRV) and service operation vessels (SOV), said, "Our oil and gas business is challenged in two essential areas of the current situation.

Kongsberg to Deliver Large Electric Winch Package for JFK Trawler

Kongsberg to Deliver Large Electric Winch Package for JFK Trawler

Kongsberg Maritime said it has signed a contract with Turkish shipbuilder Tersan Shipyard to equip an 86-meter stern trawler with a large winch package for Faroe Islands fishing fleet operator JFK.The package will include four EasyDRIVE electric trawl winches with SmartPΩWER Permanent Magnet (PM) motors.

Cox’s Diesel Outboard Enters Production

Cox’s Diesel Outboard Enters Production

UK-based engine manufacturer Cox Powertrain said its purpose-designed 300hp CXO300 diesel outboard engine has entered production following several years of development and testing.Production will commence in Cox Powertrain’s headquarters and assembly and test facilities in Shoreham, West Sussex UK.

Namdock is Back to Business

Namdock is Back to Business

Namibian ship repair company Namdock has resumed full operations with effect from Tuesday, in accordance with the inception of stage 2 of Namibia’s national COVID-19 lockdown, which has seen the partial easing of restrictive measures thanks to the recent flattening of the minimal in-country infection curve.