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A New England Shipyard Comes of Age

When MR/EN traveled up to the New England coast this past fall as part of a New England shipyard swing, we were expecting to meet the great one himself — Luther H. Blount — who could be informally known as the "father" of New England shipbuilding.

 

Passenger Vessels With Pedigrees

Italian prowess in the field of passenger vessel design, outfitting and technology is near legendary status in the international marine community. Even as the grip on these high-value, niche vessels loosens — largely due to cost-cutting competition

Construction on 10-Boat, $57-M Contract Commences for Brazil

While much of the attention in the fast ferry niche often falls on designs and construction from Down Under, Italy's Rodriquez Cantieri Navali has built and maintained a stable of some of the most impressive high-speed vessels in the world. It's South American affiliate,

Kockums To Build Ferry With First Coal-Fired Marine Steam Engines In 30 Years

Skinner Engine Company, Erie, Pa., a subsidiary of Banner Industries Inc., has announced that the first marine steam engines specified for a coal-fired vessel in more than 30 years will soon power a Polish - owned ferry engaged in trans-Baltic service.

American Heavy Lift Shipping Company Names Two Top Executives

Winthrop A. Wyman and J. Terrence Hammer have been appointed president and executive vice president-general manager, respectively, for American Heavy Lift Shipping Company (AHL), a jointly owned venture of Gulf Oil Corporation and Hansa Lines of Bremen, West Germany.

Recent Order For Two Schottel Thruster Units A First In U.S. Market

An order received recently by Schottel of America, Inc. of Miami, Fla., for its new SPJ-32 Pump Jet thruster units to be installed in two 92-foot line-handling tugs, marks the introduction of the 360-degree steerable, centrifugal-pump water thruster to the American market,

Second 'Catug' Unit For Hvide Shipping Christened At Galveston

The second in the series of unique rigid connecting tug-barge combinations built in Galveston, Texas, was christened in December. The M/V Seabulk Magnachem, and its barge SCC 3902, were built for Hvide Shipping of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., which will operate

Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA: Profits to Roll Through 2004

Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA's intent is to transition from traditional shipping activities to be a leading international supplier of maritime transport and associated services. The company has a workforce in excess of 13.000 in 250 offices across 60 countries running a fleet of more than 200 ships.

Totem To Acquire Controlling Interest In Interocean Steamship Corp.

W. J. Amoss Jr., president of Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc. and Stanley H. Barer, chairman of Totem Resources Corporation of Seattle, Wash., jointly announced that an agreement in principle had been reached for the acquisition by Totem Resources

ASME Marine Committee To Present Thirteen Papers At Zurich Gas Turbine Conference

The Marine Committee of The American Society of Mechanical Engineers Gas Turbine Division is presenting a program at the Gas Turbine Conference in Zurich between March 30 and April 4, 1974. This program consists of 13 interesting and timely papers as well as a Forum on Marine Gas Turbines.

 
 
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