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New Kawasaki Stern Bulb System Provided Impressive Fuel Savings On Trial Run

The first ship equipped with a newly developed propulsive power saving system — the Kawasaki Stern End Bulb (Kawasaki-SEB) —was placed in service recently, showing excellent results. The installation was made on the 3,700- gt, 11,600-bhp Sutoretai Maru,

 

Grimaldi-Naples Launches RoRo Grande Amburgo

The launching ceremony for the Grimaldi-Naples new RoRo occurred on September 6 at Fincantieri with Iliana Grimaldia. the wife of Emanuel Grimaldi the managing director of Grimaldi-Naples Group, serving as the vessel's Godmother. Grande Amburgo

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.

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

A Future in Composites

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.

Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA: Profits to Roll Through 2004

Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA's intent is to transition from traditional shipping activities to be a leading international supplier of maritime transport and associated services. The company has a workforce in excess of 13.000 in 250 offices across 60 countries running a fleet of more than 200 ships.

Designers & Planners Completes Replacement Study On Alaska Ferry

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

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.

 
 
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