German engineers have strengthened the Schottel offering through the development of a propulsor which melds technical design and performance features of the company's proprietary, azimuthing Rudderpropeller series with those of electric podded drives.
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
The S/S John B. Waterman is the first of three combination rollon /roll-off (ro/ro) container vessels being constructed by Sun Ship, Inc., Chester, Pa., for Waterman Steamship Corp. of New York. Delivery of the Waterman is scheduled for April 1981.
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,
Todd Shipyards Corporation reported recently that the U.S. Navy had exercised options amounting to $21.6 million authorizing Todd's Galveston Division to proceed with the modification of the S/S Great Republic, the second of two C5-6- 78A Seabridge
Designers & Planners, Inc. (D&P) of Arlington, Va., one of three firms awarded a replacement study contract by the State of Alaska, recently delivered its conceptual design study for the replacement of the aging Tustumena. This work represents
The Acadian Marine group of companies based in New Orleans, La., has announced the signing of contracts valued at $18 million and its construction plans f o r several 350-foot "Clipper-Class" feeder containerships. The Acadian Group recently inked
Denmark's A.P. M0ller-Maersk Group, one of the largest shipowning groups in the world, has established a dedicated company to handle all of the technical purchasing requirements of its extensive fleet. Maersk Procurement, the new company, is now
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
The Navy recently delivered to Congress a long-awaited plan on how the Service intends to conduct its sealift program. The Navy's strategic sealift implementation plan said it "would lead to a shipbuilding or major conversion program" with "its size,