TOTE announces leadership changes; GD BIW gets DDG 51 lead yard contract worth a total $304.8 million

Oregon State exercises option for second Regional Research Vessel
June 12, 2018 — Oregon State University has exercised an option at Gulf Island Shipyards LLC for a second Regional Research Vessel. The National Science Foundation selected Oregon State in 2013 to lead the initial design phase for as many as three new vessels, and the National Science Board authorized as much as $365 million for the project.

Thoma-Sea to build advanced Rolls-Royce design pelagic trawler
The 100 meter-long vessel is to be built for the Seattle based company Arctic Storm Management Group, LLC.dots.JPG
TOTE announces leadership changes

These transitions are the first changes within the TOTE organization following the announcement that current TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico President Tim Nolan would step into the role of TOTE Inc, President and CEO.dots.JPG
GD BIW gets DDG 51 lead yard contract worth a total $304.8 million

The U.S.Navy has awarded General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, a contract to provide lead yard services for the DDG 51 Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer program.dots.JPG Mobile system successfully treats ballast water on ship in Coos Bay
Glosten and Global Diving & Salvage deployed the Glosten Ballast Responder, successfully treating all 3,990 tons of ballast water on board.dots.JPG Sembcorp Marine subsidiary to design polar expedition cruise ship
The ship is to be built for Quark Expeditions and is scheduled for completion by the third quarter of 2020.dots.JPG Irish Ferries faces further delay to delivery of W.B. Yeats
Irish Ferries says that “because of the uncertainty caused by this additional delay,” it has “no option but to cancel all the planned sailings to France for W.B. Yeats this Summer…”