ferries

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,

 

Reintjes IPP System Rewarded W i t h Orders

Reintjes presented its IPP System (Integrated Propulsion Package), jointly developed with Lips, for the first time in Germany more than two years ago. It marked the largest product offensive in the history of the company, and marked a vast expansion of its propulsion prod- ucts,

Urethane's Products Are Thick-Skinned

Proven in its field of monopile donut fenders, Urethane Products, based in Bellflower, Calif., provides Marine Guard Fenders Skin, which is a thick, tough protective polyurethane elastomeric skin material. Engineered by Urethane, this "skin" works

Greek Ferries: The New Business Model

The ultra competitive Greek ferry market has not only proven to be a fertile breeding ground for advanced marine technology, it has served as a role model for the direction of shipping services in both the region and the world. The Greek market

Shipyard Opened By North Carolina DOT; Features New Synchrolift

Federal, state, and local government officials recently gathered at the new North Carolina Department of Transportation Marine Maintenance Facility in the coastal community of Manns Harbor to commemorate the shipyard's official opening. The $13.

Philadelphia Gear Supplies New Propulsion Drives For San Francisco Ferry Boats

The three ferry boats that carry thousands of commuters and visitors daily across San Francisco Bay between San Francisco and Larkspur will soon have completely new propulsion drive systems for which Philadelphia Gear Corporation is manufacturing special gearboxes.

New Marine Turbine For Fast Ferries From Solar Turbines

One of the world's leading producers of industrial gas turbines, Solar Turbines Inc., San Diego, a subsidiary of Caterpillar, Inc., has introduced a marinized version of its 5 MW (6,500 hp) Centaur Taurus engine for propulsion application on fast

U.S. Cruise Ships Poised To Sail To Havana Should Castro Be Ousted

Should the Castro government fall, industry experts say U.S.-based cruise ships that have had to sail around Cuba for the past 30 years would be among the first symbols of capitalism to return to the island. There would be no need to wait for Cuba to rebuild its antiquated hotels,

Eastern Marine Awarded Contract To Construct Auto/Passenger Ferry

Eastern Marine, Inc. of Panama City, Fla., recently signed a contract with Lake Champlain Transportation of Burlington, Vermont, for the construction of an automobile/ passenger ferry. The vessel will have a length overall of 180 feet, beam of 43 feet 6 inches, and depth of 12 feet.

IZAR Delivers For Stena

Stena Line announced that its brand new ferry Stena Hollandica entered service in the Hook of Holland-Harwich route. In October 2000 Stena Line had already introduced her sister ship Stena Britannica. According to the shipowning company, the Stena

 
 
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