Jensen Maritime To Design Two McAllister Escort Tugs

Jensen Maritime has been selected to design two new escort/rescue tugboats for McAllister Towing. The boats, to be named Brian A. McAllister and the Rosemary McAllister, will be built at Horizon Shipbuilding in Bayou LaBatre, Alabama. Jensen Maritime will be responsible for providing detailed design services for the 12-knot, 6,770-horsepower tugs. The 100-foot long … [Read more...]

Jensen Unveils LNG Bunker Barge Concepts

Seattle-based naval architecture firm Jensen Maritime on Wednesday revealed two new concepts for fully customizable liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunker barges. The first concept involves outfitting an existing barge with an above-deck LNG tank, which can be further modified to accommodate more than one type of product if a customer has a need for multiple liquid transfers. … [Read more...]

Ocean-Going LNG Bunkering Barge Concept Receives Class Approval

  A new design for a liquefied natural gas (LNG)-bunkering articulated tug and barge unit (ATB) designed by Seattle-based naval architecture firm Jensen Maritime has been granted “approval in principle” by classification society American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). The designation establishes that Jensen’s vessel concept for the A1 Liquefied Gas Tank Barge is compliant … [Read more...]

Vigor, Jensen to Unveil New Factory Trawler

Jensen Maritime and Vigor are getting ready to unveil the design for a new 352-foot catcher processor/factory trawler. The design is the product of collaboration between Jensen, the design architect, Vigor, the shipbuilder, and three major fishing customers. It is scalable and can be adapted to meet the needs of any of the fleets in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. Bryan … [Read more...]

Steel Cut On Crowley’s LNG-Powered ConRos

Crowley Maritime Corp. has announced that VT Halter Marine, Inc. in Pascagoula, Mississippi has cut steel on the first of two new LNG-powered ConRo ships for Crowley’s liner services group. “We have waited with great anticipation for the Commitment Class build program to start,” said John Hourihan, senior vice president and general manager, Puerto Rico/Caribbean liner … [Read more...]