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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.

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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.





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