Honolulu, HI-based Pasha Hawaii has announced that it will be providing the U.S. Jones Act vessel Horizon Spirit to ship hundreds of containers from the West Coast in support of hurricane relief and rebuilding efforts in Puerto Rico. The Horizon Spirit serves as a drydock reserve ship in Pasha Hawaii’s container service between the mainland and Hawaii.
Honolulu, HI-based Pasha Hawaii has announced that two more ships will be joining its fleet which provides service to the Hawaii/Mainland trade lane. The two new Liquefied Natural Gas (“LNG”) fueled containerships will be built at Brownsville, TX-based Keppel AmFELS, a subsidiary of Keppel Offshore & Marine (“Keppel O&M”). The contracts were inked today.
Construction for the two vessels will begin immediately, with delivery of the first vessel expected in 1Q 2020, and the second vessel in 3Q 2020.
Pasha Hawaii was recognized for consistently making safety a priority with the Jones F. Devlin Award from the Chamber of Shipping of America (CSA) at its Annual Safety Awards Luncheon.
Delivery of First Vessel Planned for Early 2020
Honolulu-based Pasha Hawaii today announced that the company has selected Keppel AmFELS in Brownsville, TX, a subsidiary of Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M) for the construction of two new Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) fueled containerships, with the option to order two additional vessels. Pasha Hawaii is in the process of finalizing contract specifications.
Article courtesy of Pacific Maritime Magazine
By Mark Edward Nero
Although the combined population of the Hawaiian Islands is relatively small compared to most US states at about 1.5 million residents, the number has grown more than five percent since 2010, and is expected to rise by just under a percent annually between now and 2040, according to state data.
Contract specifications expected to be finalized by end of November
Honolulu-based Pasha Hawaii today announced that the company has narrowed its selection to two U.S. shipyards for the construction of two new Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) fueled containerships, with the option to order two additional vessels. Contract specifications are expected to be finalized by the end of the month, with the final selection decision anticipated in January 2017.
The Chamber of Shipping of America (CSA) awarded the Jones F. Devlin Award to Pasha Hawaii's M/V Jean Anne for four years with no lost-time injuries (LTI).
The CSA also recognized Crowley Maritime Corp.’s global ship management group, which operates, crews, and maintains Pasha Hawaii's Jones Act containerships operating between the U.S. West Coast and Hawaii. The Horizon Pacific and Horizon Spirit vessels were recognized for operating without an LTI for two consecutive years.
An Apache helicopter took off from Pier 1 and headed for Wheeler Army Airfield in Wahiawa on Monday, one of 24 such Army aircraft that had arrived in the islands via Pasha Hawaii's Jean Anne on Friday.
Article courtesy of Honolulu Star Advertiser
By William Cole
Article courtesy of KITV4
By Catherine Cruz
The scene off Pier 1 in Honolulu Harbor Thursday morning was Ciao Italy --- Aloha Hawaii.
The VIP cargo arrived safe and sound this morning on a Pasha ship.
Two Ansaldo end rail cars (the prototype of the first driverless cars in the U.S. and the first with surf racks) were unloaded at the docks and met with big smiles.
Article courtesy of Pacific Maritime
By Chris Philips
This year's selection of new vessels for West Coast work runs the gamut from big steel ships to small aluminum boats, but all are crucial to the continued success of the West Coast maritime industry and the yards that build and service these new vessels.