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SNAME New York Metropolitan Section Holds First 1977 Meeting—Jakobson Honored

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.

 

Northern California SNAME Hears Paper On RO/RO Ships

A paper titled "The 'Skaugran' Class 42,400-dwt RO/ROs," was presented by R. Keith Michel of the Herbert Engineering Corporation, San Francisco, at a recent meeting of the Northern California Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers in San Francisco.

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.

Allison Gas Turbines Will Power World's Fastest Patrol Boat

The H-3 Research & Development Group, Ltd. of Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., has announced the design of its new super fast patrol boat developed by Edward H. Heinemann, world-famous and innovative designer of airplanes and fast patrol craft. The H-3 (shown above) is a water jet,

Frederikshavn Werft Offers Color 20-Page RO/RO Ship Brochure

Frederikshavn Werft A/S of Denmark, a leading European shipyard in the field of design and construction of merchant and naval vessels, is offering free, an elaborate 20-page color brochure on their roll-on /rolloff (RO/RO) ships. The elaborate brochure offered by Frederikshavn Werft,

USCG And ASNE Flagship Section Sponsor Patrol Boat Symposium

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.

Tacoma Boat Division Gets $210,000 Contract To Build Propeller Hub Assembly

Tacoma Boatbuilding Company's Northern Line Division has been awarded a $210,000 contract by the Naval Sea Systems Command for the manufacture and testing of a 9- foot-diameter propeller hub assembly, according to a recent announcement by B. James Lowe, president and chief executive officer.

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.

A podded future

One of the most notable aspects of the new generation of RoPax ferries, which could secure the immediate future of shipbuilding in Northern Ireland is the selection of electric propulsion using podded drives. Furthermore, unlike the vast majority of pods ordered to date for cruise liners,

First Of Five Hydrofoil Combatants Launched By Boeing Marine Systems

The p a t r o l h y d r o f o i l missile ship USS Taurus (shown above), first of five PHMs under construction for the U.S. Navy, was launched recently at the Seattle facility of Boeing Marine Systems. The vessel was christened by Mrs. John D.

 
 
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