SEA OTTER EXPRESS

  • General
    • Vessel Name : SEA OTTER EXPRESS
    • Operator : ALLEN MARINE TOURS
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Passenger (Other)
    • Vessel Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
    • Construction : Aluminum
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 1100
  • Location
    • City : SITKA
    • STATE : AK
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 22
    • Passenger Capacity : 49
  • Size
    • Register length : 64 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 13 Feet
    • Overall Length : 64 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 13 Feet
    • Load draft : 2 Feet
    • Light Draft : 2 Feet
    • Height : 24 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1992
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 981942

ALLEN MARINE TOURS

  • Area of Operation : SITKA SOUND, SILVER BAY, SITKA, AUKE BAY, JUNEAU AND KETCHIKAN, AK, HOONAH, AK AND GLACIER BAY, AK
  • Principal Commodity : PASSENGERS

AMERICAN EAGLE

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

BARANOF WIND

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

GLACIER

  • Type : General Cargo Freighter
  • Construction : Steel

KALININ EXPRESS

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

KATLIAN EXPRESS

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

SEA LION EXPRESS

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. ANASTASIA

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. AQUILINA

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. EUGENE

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. GREGORY

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. HERMAN

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. INNOCENT

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. JOHN

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. JUVENALY

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. MARIA

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. MICHAEL

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. NADEZHDA

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. NICHOLAS

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. NONA

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. PETER

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. PHILLIP

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. RUFINA

  • Type : Passenger Vessel
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. TATIANA

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

ST. YAKOV

  • Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
  • Construction : Aluminum

News

Pirates Free Tanker, Crew in Gulf of Guinea

Pirates freed a ship carrying 22 Indian crew and 13,500 tonnes of gasoline on Tuesday, Hong Kong-based Anglo-Eastern, which was managing the ship, said in a statement.   "All crew members are reported to be safe and well and the cargo remains on board," the company said.   The Marine Express tanker was missing in the Gulf of Guinea after contact was lost in Benin on Friday.

Sea Ice Could Disrupt Shipping in Northern China

Sea Ice Could Disrupt Shipping in Northern China

A unit of China's State Oceanic Administration (SOA) on Friday issued a blue alert for sea ice in a key port area in the north of the country, potentially disrupting commodities shipments, as temperatures in the region plummet.   Sea ice in the Liaodong Bay, the northern arm of China's Bohai Sea, now extends 67 nautical miles (124 km) from the shoreline

Driver-less Ships: Autonomy in the Maritime Sector

Driver-less Ships: Autonomy in the Maritime Sector

In a show of prototypes, a pod of unmanned sailboats from around the world competes to cross “The Atlantic” test tank in Horten, Norway. Cross the real ocean, and the Sail Bots race similarly challenges scholarly robotic-vessel designers to North America for a bit of station-keeping, collision-avoidance and “cargo moves”.

M/V Harvey Blue-Sea Delivered

M/V Harvey Blue-Sea Delivered

Harvey Gulf International Marine has taken delivery of M/V Harvey Blue-Sea, a new large capacity, Jones Act qualified multipurpose support vessel (MPSV) from Eastern Shipbuilding Group.   With the delivery of the 340-foot Harvey Blue-Sea, which follows sister vessel M/V Harvey Sub-Sea delivered in July 2017, Harvey Gulf said it now owns and operates the two largest U.S.

Transocean Retires Six Floaters

Transocean Retires Six Floaters

Transocean announced its intent to retire the ultra-deepwater floaters GSF Jack Ryan, Sedco Energy, Sedco Express, Cajun Express, and Deepwater Pathfinder, and the deepwater floater Transocean Marianas.    The rigs will be classified as held for sale and will be recycled in an environmentally responsible manner. All six rigs were previously cold stacked.

Final Cruise Sets Sail for Black Sea MAP

Final Cruise Sets Sail for Black Sea MAP

One of the largest maritime archaeological projects ever staged was launched in 2015 to investigate the changes in the ancient environment of the Black Sea region, including the impact of sea level change during the last glacial cycle.   Isolated from the world’s oceans, as global sea levels fell during the glacial maximum

First Floating Mega Island Tested

First Floating Mega Island Tested

Floating ports and cities possible solutions to sea level rise and overcrowded cities    MARIN (Maritime Research Institute) tested an innovative concept for a floating mega island. The island comprises 87 large floating triangles that are flexibility connected to one another. Together they form a flexible floating island that can be as large as 1 to 5 km in cross-section.

Melting Sea Ice: A Canary in the Coal Mine

Melting Sea Ice: A Canary in the Coal Mine

The rapid loss of Arctic sea ice is a sentinel. Most of us will never venture into the Arctic, but it can and does provide us with a forewarning of impacts coming to our parts of the Earth – and some of the most significant impacts will directly affect the maritime industry.   In earlier times, coal miners were sometimes overcome by the buildup of odorless carbon monoxide gas.

Woes Mount for ABG Shipyard

Woes Mount for ABG Shipyard

The Indian ministry of defence (MoD) has terminated the contracts with India's ABG Shipyard, which already  was out of the race for $2.6-billion four Landing Platforms Docks (LPD).   This comes as another serious setback to the Shipyard after it was listed as non-performing asset (NPA) accounts by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for fast resolution under the insolvency law.

Autonomous Workboats: The Future is Now

Autonomous Workboats: The Future is Now

Sea Machines is bringing autonomous self-driving systems to the world of workboats. At an impressive virtual reality demonstration seen late last year and then again at a frigid, late winter visit to the Boston waterfront, the future of workboat technology became all too evident for this writer.

Energy Island: Europeans Mull North Sea Hub

Energy Island: Europeans Mull North Sea Hub

A plan set in motion by three European transmission system operators (TSO) aims to develop mammoth offshore wind farm infrastructure in the North Sea supported by at least one manmade island.   First unveiled in June 2016, plans for the North Sea Wind Power Hub project will now press ahead to develop a large offshore renewable European electricity system following the signing of a trilateral

Lines in the Water

Lines in the Water

There are a variety of jurisdictional lines in the water. The first line to be considered is the national boundary between two adjacent or nearby countries. Adjacent countries tend to draw agreed boundaries extending their shoreside boundaries, with accommodations for headlands, capes, etc. Most national boundaries have been agreed upon long ago. A few, though, are not officially resolved.