RAGNAR O.

  • General
    • Vessel Name : RAGNAR O.
    • Operator : PORTER, ROBERT W.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Dry Cargo Deck Barge
    • Vessel Type : Flat / Deck Barge
    • Construction : Aluminum
  • Engine
  • Location
    • City : TUXEDNI BAY
    • STATE : AK
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 23
    • Full Load Capacity : 23 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 45.1 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 16 Feet
    • Overall Length : 45.1 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 16 Feet
    • Load draft : 3 Feet
    • Light Draft : 0.8 Feet
    • Height : 6 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1969
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 520806

PORTER, ROBERT W.

  • Area of Operation : COOK INLET, AK

News

Pollution Fears Grow as Grounded Ship Leaks Oil off Gibraltar

Pollution Fears Grow as Grounded Ship Leaks Oil off Gibraltar

Gibraltar struggled on Friday to minimize any environmental impact of a fuel leak from a bulk carrier three days after it collided with a tanker, as reports of oiled birds emerged and several beaches in Spain and the British territory flew red flags.The government of the enclave on the southern tip of Spain said all diesel fuel from tanks of the beached OS-35 had been removed.

Divers Seal Tank Vents Leaking Oil from Bulk Carrier off Gibraltar

Divers Seal Tank Vents Leaking Oil from Bulk Carrier off Gibraltar

Divers sealed two tank vents that leaked fuel from a bulk carrier that was damaged and beached after a collision off the British enclave of Gibraltar on the southern tip of Spain, local authorities said on Thursday.The hull of the bulk carrier OS 35 broke after the collision with an LNG tanker and started leaking fuel oil on Wednesday, but the vessel has not broken into two parts.

Bulker Breaking Up and Leaking Oil After Collision off Gibraltar

Bulker Breaking Up and Leaking Oil After Collision off Gibraltar

A bulk carrier that collided with an LNG tanker off Gibraltar started leaking fuel oil, authorities in the British overseas territory on the southern tip of the Iberian peninsula said on Wednesday.The collision on Tuesday forced the closure of the Gibraltar port for four hours. It was later fully reopened.

Bulk Carrier Aground After Collision with LNG Carrier in Gibraltar

Bulk Carrier Aground After Collision with LNG Carrier in Gibraltar

An LNG tanker and a bulk carrier have collided off Gibraltar, leaving the latter beached, authorities in the British overseas territory on the southern tip of the Iberian peninsula said on Tuesday.The collision forced the closure of the port for four hours, but it has fully reopened, authorities said, while booms were being deployed around the beached vessel to prevent any potential fuel spill.

CIMC Raffles Delivers Baltic Enabler to Wallenius Sol

CIMC Raffles Delivers Baltic Enabler to Wallenius Sol

Chinese shipyard CIMC Raffles on Wednesday delivered the ConRo ship Baltic Enabler to shipowner Wallenius Sol.The newbuild, together with sister ship Botnia Enabler delivered earlier this year, are considered to be the world’s largest ice-rated ConRo vessels with multi-fuel operation.“It’s fantastic that we can soon put both sister ships in regular traffic.

CIMC Raffles Delivers New ConRo Ship to Wallenius Sol

CIMC Raffles Delivers New ConRo Ship to Wallenius Sol

Chinese shipyard CIMC Raffles on Friday delivered the world’s largest ice-rated multi-fuel ConRo vessel to Swedish shipowner Wallenius Sol. The first in a two-vessel series, Botnia Enabler is now sailing under the Swedish flag.The 27,000 dwt ship has a length of 242 meters, a beam of 35.

Future Fuels: Alfa Laval Earns ABS AIP for Firing Boilers with Methanol

Future Fuels: Alfa Laval Earns ABS AIP for Firing Boilers with Methanol

The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) granted Alfa Laval the first marine approval for operating boilers on methanol.“Alfa Laval is looking at the full scope of methanol’s influence on board,” says Lars Skytte Jørgensen, Vice President Technology Development, Energy Systems, Alfa Laval Marine Division.

Petrobras Awards $130M Charter Extension for Sapura Esmeralda PLSV

Petrobras Awards $130M Charter Extension for Sapura Esmeralda PLSV

Malaysia's Sapura Energy has, through a joint venture company, secured a charter extension with Brazil's Petrobras for the pipelaying support vessel (“PLSV”) Sapura Esmeralda. The contract is worth around RM580 million (around $130 million). The contract was awarded to Sapura Navegação Marítima S.A., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Seabras Sapura Participações S.A.

Petrobras Awards $70M Deal to DOF's Brazilian Subsidiaries

Petrobras Awards $70M Deal to DOF's Brazilian Subsidiaries

Brazilian oil company Petrobras has awarded service contracts to DOF's Brazilian subsidiaries to Norskan Offshore Ltda. and DOF Subsea Serviços Brasil Ltda.The contracts are for the Skandi Iguazu AHTS vessel including ROV. The contracts will start in the fourth quarter of 2022 and will have a duration of three years. Petrobras will have options to extend the contracts for two more years.

DOF Wins $260M in AHTS, ROV Deals with Petrobras in Brazil

DOF Wins $260M in AHTS, ROV Deals with Petrobras in Brazil

Oslo-listed offshore vessel operator DOF has, through its Brazilian subsidiaries, won new long-term charter and service contracts with Petrobras for four AHTS vessels and ROVs. The vessels, Skandi Angra, Skandi Paraty, Skandi Urca, and Skandi Fluminense, (AHTS 18000 class), currently operating for Petrobras and equipped with DOF Subsea's work class ROVs

Echandia Opens Branch Office in Norway

Echandia Opens Branch Office in Norway

Swedish battery systems for maritime electrification company Echandia announced its intention to expand in the Norwegian market through opening of a new branch office helmed Roy Storeng, who was recently hired to lead business development.Echandia is a developer of zero-emission energy solutions for heavy-duty maritime electrification, with customers in Europe, Asia and Oceania

Rolls-Royce to Supply mtu Engines for Four Hybrid Tugs in Brazil

Rolls-Royce to Supply mtu Engines for Four Hybrid Tugs in Brazil

Rolls-Royce announced it has secured a contract to supply eight of its mtu 16V 4000 M65L engines for four 80-ton bollard pull tugboats to be built by Detroit Brasil, Ltda. and operated by Starnav Servicos Maritimos Ltda. The new tugs will feature a hybrid propulsion system, combining the mtu engines and mtu Blue Vision New Generation (BVNG) monitoring system with Z-drive thrusters