WILLIAMETTE QUEEN

  • General
    • Vessel Name : WILLIAMETTE QUEEN
    • Operator : STERNWHEELER EXCURSIONS, LLC
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Passenger (Other)
    • Vessel Type : Excursion / Sightseeing Vessels
    • Construction : Fiberglass
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 385
  • Location
    • City : SALEM
    • STATE : OR
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 50
    • Passenger Capacity : 141
  • Size
    • Register length : 64.8 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 24 Feet
    • Overall Length : 87 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 24 Feet
    • Load draft : 3.5 Feet
    • Light Draft : 3 Feet
    • Height : 32 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1990
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 959851

STERNWHEELER EXCURSIONS, LLC

  • Operating Name : CBVB ASSOCIATES INC.
  • Area of Operation : WILLAMETTE RIVER
  • Principal Commodity : PASSENGERS

News

Fincantieri Delivers Cruise Ship Queen Anne to Cunard

Fincantieri Delivers Cruise Ship Queen Anne to Cunard

Carnival Corporation's Cunard cruise line announced it has taken delivery of its newest cruise ship, Queen Anne, from Italian shipbuilding group Fincantieri.The newbuild was officially handed over on Friday during a ceremony at the Fincantieri Marghera shipyard in Venice. The 114,000-ton ship spans 14 decks and has capacity for up to 3,000 passengers.

Marine News' Top Vessels of 2023

Marine News' Top Vessels of 2023

The November edition of Marine News magazine highlighted a selection of the most notable American newbuilds delivered of 2023—from a first-of-its-kind green towboat, to the lead vessel in a series of game-changing ships to train U.S. mariners.Empire StateAs the lead vessel in a series of five new training ships being constructed to serve America's state maritime academies

UK Aims to Cash In On Cruise Ship Repair and Refit

UK Aims to Cash In On Cruise Ship Repair and Refit

Companies from across the U.K. maritime sector and numerous government departments are coming together to develop a vision for making the country a global center of excellence for cruise lines looking to repair and refit their vessels.Britain’s maritime engineering industry already feeds into the cruise industry but sees significant untapped economic opportunity within the £2.

UK's Trident Nuclear-deterrent Missile System Misfires During Test

UK's Trident Nuclear-deterrent Missile System Misfires During Test

Britain's Trident nuclear-deterrent system misfired during a test last month, sending a missile crashing into the ocean off the Florida coast near the submarine that launched it, The Sun newspaper reported on Wednesday.The Ministry of Defense confirmed that an "anomaly" had occurred during the test but said Britain's "nuclear deterrent remains safe, secure and effective".

American Queen Voyages Up for Sale as Hornblower Gets New Majority Owner

American Queen Voyages Up for Sale as Hornblower Gets New Majority Owner

A global alternative investment firm Strategic Value Partners has entered into agreement with Hornblower Group to acquire the majority ownership of the company in exchange for significant equity investment. As part of the agreement, Crestview Partners retained minority ownership in the business

Aiming for Zero Waste Discharge to Sea

Aiming for Zero Waste Discharge to Sea

Advanced water treatment systems are just the start of the cruise industry’s circular waste processing ambitions.Advanced wastewater treatment systems (AWTS) were revolutionary in their day. Indeed, they still are today, but with 77% of the CLIA fleet (202 ships) already using them, and another 40 specified for vessels on order, even more ambitious waste management is coming.

Cargo Ships Moving via Ukraine's Black Sea Corridor after 3-day Pause -STC

Cargo Ships Moving via Ukraine's Black Sea Corridor after 3-day Pause -STC

Four vessels left Ukrainian Black Sea ports in the Odesa region on Friday as shipping via a new export corridor resumed after a three-day pause, independent transport sector consultancy STC said."On October 27, vessel traffic in the temporary Black Sea corridor announced by Ukraine resumed," STC said in a report.

New Tug Enters Service for McAllister Towing

New Tug Enters Service for McAllister Towing

McAllister Towing announced its new tug Jane McAllister has entered service as one of the most advanced and powerful shipdocking tractor tugs operating in the Port of Virginia.Recently delivered from East Boothbay, Maine shipbuilder Washburn & Doughty, the 6,770 horsepower vessel is equipped with 3516E Tier IV Caterpillar engines powering twin Schottel SRP 490 Z-drive units.

Strong Outdraft Current Caused Ohio River Tow Strike

Strong Outdraft Current Caused Ohio River Tow Strike

A barge tow struck a mooring cell on the Ohio River last year after encountering a strong outdraft current above the McAlpine Dam during high-water conditions, the National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday.The 103-foot-long towing vessel Queen City, Owned and operated by C&B Marine Equipment

Concerns Voiced over Potential Restart of New Zealand’s Live Export Industry

Concerns Voiced over Potential Restart of New Zealand’s Live Export Industry

The New Zealand government may restart the live export trade which has been banned since May 1, 2023.The ban was imposed in response to veterinarians, animal welfare advocates and the New Zealand public decrying conditions and outcomes for the animals. There have also been multiple disasters for the industry.

Safety of Livestock Carriers Questioned

Safety of Livestock Carriers Questioned

The German animal welfare organization Animal Welfare Foundation and the French environmental organization Robin des Bois have published a report on the safety risks associated with livestock carriers trading from the European Union. This snapshot of the fleet follows one produced by the organizations three years ago.

IMO Launches History Book

IMO Launches History Book

A book detailing the history of the IMO has been published to mark 75 years since the adoption of the IMO Convention, creating for the first time a global body to promote the safety and security of shipping and the protection of the marine environment.The IMO Convention entered into force in 1958 and the new Organization met for the first time the following year.