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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.

 

Bahamas Receives New RoPax Service

Ten years ago, a RoRo passenger service called Sealink, commenced in the Bahamas — operating from Nassau to port of Governor's Harbor on the adjacent island of Eleuthera. The vessel that performed this service was an aging 14- knot Greek ferry,

First U.S. Ferry Equipped With Cycloidal Propellers Set For Service Debut

Some of New York City's harried mass transit users will have something- to look forward to this month. The first of two new ferries, the Andrew J. Barberi, is scheduled to enter service between St. George, Staten Island, and the Battery, on the tip of Manhattan.

Air-to-Sea Technology Transfer

As a response to the marine market's demand for higher power concentrations and increased plant reliability, deliverable at competitive cost, the new offering from Rolls-Royce is stimulating fresh interest within a conservative shipping industry in gas turbine-based solutions.

PROPELLERS '81

VIRGINIA BEACH — MAY 26-27 The third in a series of international symposia on ship propellers that have been attracting wide attention in the marine engineering community in recent years will be presented on May 26- 27, 1981, at the Cavalier Hotel, Virginia Beach, Va.

MacGregor-Navire, Transmarine Awarded Stateside Business

The City of New York Department of Transportation has contracted marine contractors Weeks Marine Inc. to construct a ferry maintenance facility at Staten Island. MacGregor-Navire (USA) has been awarded the contract for detail design and supply of three transfer bridges,

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.

Waugh Offers Literature On Head Modules And TNF Joiner Systems

The Waugh Co., Jacksonville, Fla., is offering free color brochures on its Acra-MoldTM Acrylic Head Modules and Rockwool (TNF) Joiner Systems. The Acra-Mold Acrylic Head Module is manufactured by Waugh as a one piece, seamless unit, which is

Gladding-Hearn Delivers Fast Ferry for Lake Erie

Gladding-Hearn has delivered Jet Express III, a new 88-ft. (26.6-m) high speed passenger ferry for Put-In-Bay Boat Line and Put-In-Bay Township Port Authority of South Bass Island, Ohio. The catamaran, built to the Incat design, will transport up

G.E. Marine Gas Turbines To Power German Frigate Ships

The Federal Republic of Germany has announced selection of the General Electric LM2500 marine gas turbine as the power plant for its new F-122 class of frigate ships. The LM2500 is produced by GE's Marine and Industrial Projects Department in Evendale, Ohio.

 
 
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