ROSIE C

  • General
    • Vessel Name : ROSIE C
    • Operator : CAMPBELL, BRIAN D.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Open Dry Cargo Barge
    • Vessel Type : Open Dry Cargo Barge
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
  • Location
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 81
    • Full Load Capacity : 81 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 72 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 24.5 Feet
    • Overall Length : 72 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 24.5 Feet
    • Load draft : 4 Feet
    • Light Draft : 1 Feet
    • Height : 16 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1948
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 255249

CAMPBELL, BRIAN D.

BANDIT

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

RUBY VIII

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

News

Ship Recycling Prices Continue to Slide

Ship Recycling Prices Continue to Slide

According to GMS, "some unbelievably low and unrealistic offers" have started to emerge from sub-continent markets this week, and as such, both owners and cash buyers would be well advised to leave ship recycling destinations alone for the time-being, especially until some sort of floor is reached and stability regains a foothold.

Celebrity Leaps Ahead of Regs with new RWO Wastewater Treatment Systems

Celebrity Leaps Ahead of Regs with new RWO Wastewater Treatment Systems

RWO recently completed two installations of its next-gen advanced water treatment system (AWTS); the CleanSewage Membrane Reactor (CS-MBR), for Celebrity Cruises. The sewage treatment plant on the Celebrity Solstice-class vessels, Celebrity Silhouette and Celebrity Reflection, have been upgraded to the CS-MBR system, with an additional three orders placed to complete the fleet-wide upgrade.

Ship Breaking Market Glum and Gloomy

Ship Breaking Market Glum and Gloomy

Any vessels that were made available over the past few weeks have swiftly been withdrawn as recycling markets show an ineptitude to offer any sort of serious numbers, having seemingly forgotten how to buy ships after a prolonged period on the sidelines.Consequently, there have been no market sales for another week

Ship Recycling Prices Soften (again)

Ship Recycling Prices Soften (again)

Sentiments have softened across sub-continent markets once again this week, as buyers appear increasingly reluctant to commit on fresh tonnage while fundamentals remain so shaky – especially as the markets have witnessed across the last couple of weeks, where currencies and steel plate prices took turns in tumbling.

Markets: Ship Scrapping Perks Up

Markets: Ship Scrapping Perks Up

Following the sale of Capesize bulkers for recycling last week, the trend has continued this week as well, with further transactions reportedly taking place on units – including Capes and a Suezmax tanker, as the market finally shows signs of life after an absolutely inert summer, according to GMS.

Is Ship Breaking Heading for a Q4 Revival?

Is Ship Breaking Heading for a Q4 Revival?

As we head into the fourth quarter of the year, activity seems to be increasing in terms of general availability of candidates and demand from sub-continent Buyers for tonnage. It has been an extremely inert summer / monsoon period across all markets, as rates have cooled off tremendously due to sliding steel plate prices and collapsing currencies.

Malaise Takes Hold of Ship Recycling Markets

Malaise Takes Hold of Ship Recycling Markets

The international ship recycling malaise that has gripped the markets over these recent / summer months continues for another week, with minimal-to-no activity and barely any firm interest from recyclers, while fundamentals remain ever so fragile.Steel plate prices have once again started to display their share of volatility in India

Ship Recycling Market Slows with Dearth of Tonnage for Scrap

Sub-continent markets are going to be (seemingly) deprived of tonnage in the foreseeable future, as recycling rates continue their downward descent and tighter restrictions are placed on importing large LDT tonnage into Bangladesh and now Pakistan (with limits on large $ value L/Cs).

Fears Grow in the Ship Recycling Market

Fears Grow in the Ship Recycling Market

Fears and concerns across the sub-continent recycling markets continue to grow as local currencies across all major ship-recycling destinations continue to worryingly depreciate by the day and some even tougher restrictions reportedly set in place on the opening of fresh Letters of Credit (L/Cs) in Bangladesh this week, as the foreign currency crisis in the country deepens further.

Bullish Freight Markets, Strong Dollar conspire to keep Ship Breaking Prices Subdued

Bullish Freight Markets, Strong Dollar conspire to keep Ship Breaking Prices Subdued

Following the recent dramatic price plunges which have seen almost $100/LDT wiped off prices, the ship recycling industry in the Indian sub-continent seems to be taking a bit of a pause, as end buyers remain less than confident to offer any firm prices with certainty, according to GMS.

As Steel Prices Rise (again); Ship Scrapping Prices Rise, Too

As Steel Prices Rise (again); Ship Scrapping Prices Rise, Too

Following recent upward moves on domestic steel plate prices at nearly every major recycling destination, it was another week of firm pricing and a sub-continent market that is still on an aggressive footing for the most part.Demand remains rampant and capacity at yards remains open for any available tonnage (market or otherwise)

Ship Recycling: Duties Reduced, Prices Down

Ship Recycling: Duties Reduced, Prices Down

After the announcement by the Indian government that they would reduce export duties on iron ore and steel products, the Alang market surged by Rs. 4,000 (about USD 49) in a single day, only to come crashing down in subsequent days to the tune of USD 50/Ton by the time the weekend had arrived.