ROARING BULL V

  • General
    • Vessel Name : ROARING BULL V
    • Operator : MILLERSBURG FERRYBOAT ASSOCIATION
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Other Carriers (Specialized)
    • Vessel Type : Ferry
    • Construction : Wood
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 57
  • Location
    • City : MILLERS- BURG
    • STATE : PA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 4
    • Full Load Capacity : 4 Short ton
    • Passenger Capacity : 50
  • Size
    • Register length : 50.5 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 12 Feet
    • Overall Length : 50.5 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 24 Feet
    • Load draft : 15 Feet
    • Light Draft : 15 Feet
    • Height : 12 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1998
    • Coast Guard Number : CG056950

MILLERSBURG FERRYBOAT ASSOCIATION

  • Area of Operation : SUSQUEHANNA RIVER FROM EAST TO WEST & FROM WEST TO EAST; EASTERN LANDING IS MILLERSBURG BORO, DAUPHIN COUNTY, PA; AND WESTERN LANDING IS CROWS LANDING, BUFFALO TWP. PERRY COUNTY, PA
  • Principal Commodity : PASSENGERS, MOTOR VEHICLES, MOTORCYCLES AND BIKES

FALCON

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Wood

GREY FLAT

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Wood

RED FLAT

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Wood

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Old is Gold: Sky-high Cost of Ageing Containerships Sounds Inflation SOS

Old is Gold: Sky-high Cost of Ageing Containerships Sounds Inflation SOS

Shipping companies are transforming rust buckets into gold mines in a modern-day alchemy that could fuel already rampant inflation for years to come.The disruption to world trade caused by pandemic lockdowns and a shortage of new cargo vessels has pushed freight rates for ageing containerships to record highs.

US Offshore Wind Segment Showing No Signs of Slowing Down

US Offshore Wind Segment Showing No Signs of Slowing Down

The U.S. offshore wind segment shows no signs of slowing on its journey to deploy 30 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind by 2030 and 110 GW by 2050. Based on current project activity we anticipate around 60 GW of offshore wind capacity to be installed by 2035.By 2035, we will see offshore wind turbines operating in the Atlantic and the Pacific and probably the Gulf of Mexico.

CIP Proposes to Build Hydrogen Island in Danish Dogger Bank Area

CIP Proposes to Build Hydrogen Island in Danish Dogger Bank Area

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has proposed to construct an artificial island dedicated to large-scale production of green hydrogen from offshore wind – called "BrintØ" - in the Danish part of the North Sea. According to CIP, one of the world’s largest dedicated fund managers within greenfield renewable energy investments

EMBARC: Changing Course - from Coarse to Enlightened

EMBARC: Changing Course - from Coarse to Enlightened

“Until every employee, and every midshipman, and cadet, and every trainee trusts the system and until all allegations are handled properly, abuse will continue to occur, it will continue to go unreported, and people will continue to suffer alone—and that is simply intolerable,” said Lucinda Lessley, Acting Maritime Administrator

Alt-fueled Workboats: Building the Business Case

Alt-fueled Workboats: Building the Business Case

There’s no energy shortage when it comes to projects promoting the viability of alternatively fueled marine vessels (alt-fueled vessels).Consider just a few examples:Crowley Maritime Corp will take delivery in 2023 of an electric tugboat, dubbed eWolf, built by Master Boat Builders in Coden, Ala.

Offshore Renewable Energy: A Port Puzzle for Floating Offshore Wind

Offshore Renewable Energy: A Port Puzzle for Floating Offshore Wind

After being very much on the margins of the offshore wind industry, floating offshore wind now appears to be ready to hit the mainstream. With gigawatt scale developments already on the horizon, what will the infrastructure needed to build and support them look like? Over the past 12 months, the floating offshore wind sector appears to have had a major dose of adrenaline.

Leading the Charge

Leading the Charge

Alternatives to fossil fuels are emerging throughout the maritime universe, and vessels working in U.S. rivers, waterways and harbors are at the cusp on this trend. While the alternative fuels spectrum is wide, battery power and electrification—a technology that has seen a decade of shipboard applications already—is particularly suited for smaller vessels.

Maritime Academies Work Toward Inclusion

Maritime Academies Work Toward Inclusion

Last May, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy (CGA) announced that 240 new officers made up its 140th graduating class.The Academy’s announcement referenced additional, important highlights. Women made up 34% of the Class of 2021, and 34% of the graduates were from underrepresented minority groups.

HVAC: Three Challenges to Challenge Engineers

HVAC: Three Challenges to Challenge Engineers

“On the 27th of July, 1850, I sailed from Baltimore in the ship Nonantum, of Boston, (Bates, master,) bound to San Francisco. In the ship's hold was stowed 1,050 tons of coal. The second morning after the commencement of the storm, smoke had been discovered between decks. The alarming truth instantly flashed upon our minds. The gas that originated from the coal had generated fire.

Shipbuilding: International WTIV Market Represents a $14B Opportunity

Shipbuilding: International WTIV Market Represents a $14B Opportunity

As of end-June 2021, more than 100 turbine and foundation installation and maintenance vessels will be required for offshore wind projects planned over this decade.More than 100 turbine and foundation installation and maintenance vessels will be required for offshore wind projects planned over this decade.

'David vs Goliath' - Venice Ban May not End Cruise Ship Battle

'David vs Goliath' - Venice Ban May not End Cruise Ship Battle

When the first cruise ship since the start of the pandemic sailed through the Venice lagoon last month, hundreds of people rallied on land and small boats in protest.A few weeks later, the government seemed to listen, announcing that to defend Venice's ecosystem and heritage, cruise liners would be banned from the lagoon from Aug. 1.

Steel Cut for Finnlines’ New RoPax

Steel Cut for Finnlines’ New RoPax

China Merchants Jinling Shipyard in Weihai, China has cut first steel for Finncanopus, the second of two Superstar ro-pax vessels ordered by Finnlines.Construction of the series' first vessel, Finnsirius, started earlier this year, and keel-laying is scheduled to take place in April 2022.