The New York Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers held its first meeting of 1977 at the New York Coliseum. The 67th New York National Boat Show at the Coliseum was open to industry representatives at this time.
In 1993 the first Geislinger Gesilco glass fiber coupling was put into operation on a fast ferry, built in Spain. The Gesilco was caught up with the same "fate " as any other new invention: its introduction was met with wide-spread skepticism at engine builders,
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.
Louis W. Gomlick, president, announces the formation of Penn International Marine Agencies, Ltd. (PIMA) for the purpose of representing American and foreign shipbuilding and ship repair facilities and companies manufacturing and servicing marine equipment.
Nearly a quarter-century on from landing an order for what proved to be one of the industry's most remarkable series of RoRo vessels, the Hyundai yard has struck a new deal with the Stena organization for RoPax tonnage. The 11 Searunner-class vessels
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,
It's one stop shopping on Florida's west coast at Tampa Bay Shipbuilding & Repair, which offers its full service facilities, including three graving docks and direct access from the Gulf of Mexico. Touted by its owners as the largest yard between Pascagoula, Miss, and Hampton Roads, Va.
A Patrol Boat Symposium sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard and the Flagship Section of the American Society of Naval Engineers will be held Thursday and Friday, March 13-14, at the Sheraton Crystal City Hotel, Arlington, Va. Vice Adm. Benedict L.
Hansen and Tidemann, Inc., has announced the opening of its first West Coast office in San Francisco to provide a broader range of service to its customers in the West. George Mitchell, with some 20 years in the transportation industry, has been named regional manager for the West Coast.
Initially developed to provide impact resistant plating for offshore structures and ice islands in the Beaufort Sea. Sandwich Plate System (SPS) technology has seen a steady evolution over the past 10 years, with a growing uptake in the commercial marine field as well as in civil engineering.