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Orca AceOrca Ace

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) Orca Ace, a newly engineered roll-on/roll-off ship, made her maiden voyage to the Port of Baltimore in September. The Orca Ace features six liftable decks to handle all kinds of cars and high-profile heavy cargo.

Orca Ace

Celebrating the maiden voyage of the Orca Ace are (from left), David Tingler, Amports; Seth Bova, Mazda; Tom Sapanaro, Mazda; Nadar Nouraee, MOL; Joseph Marecki, MDOT MPA; Captain Yury V. Golovatyuk; Joe Wojciechowski, MOL; Gerald O. Couser, Amports; Bayard Hogans, Ports America; and Bennett Creighton, Ports America.

MOL prides itself on having a long history in pioneering technological advances, increasing efficiency and reducing environmental impact.

 

 

 

AIDAdiva

The cruise ship AIDAdiva, which carried 2,100 passengers and 600 crew members, joined its sister ships and made a first-time port call in Baltimore on Nov. 6. AIDAdiva, operated by the German cruise line AIDA Cruises, was at sea 22 days with stops in Charleston; Port Canaveral-Orlando; Miami; Nassau; Ocho Rios; Catalina Island, Samana and La Romana, Dominican Republic; Martinique; Antigua; Phillipsburg, St. Maarten; Tortola Island and finally Montego Bay, Jamaica.AIDAdiva