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A Love of the Sea Takes Dreams to Reality

While this year's Sea Trade Cruise Shipping Convention in Miami, Fla. offered up the usual fare of new innovations and ideas for the cruise industry, Fincantieri introduced not a new vessel or concept, but a book outlining the concepts and designs

 

Maritime World Joins Together at Asia Pacific Maritime 2001

With an expanded profile and vast interest from the marine industry, this year's Asia Pacific Maritime is scheduled to be the largest ever since its commencement in 1990. The exhibition, which will be held from September 5-7, 2001 and organized by

Cunard Creates The Classic Liner (Again)

First announced in June 1998 by the company that prides itself on "its growth lying in its past," Cunard Line Limited has plans to construct the world's largest passenger vessel to ever sail the high seas. Scheduled for completion 2003, Queen Mary 2 will measure a record 1,100 ft.

A TIME OF GREAT EXPECTATIONS, ENTHUSIASM AND EXCITEMENT

Taking a long hard look at the f u t u r e without resorting to crystal ball gazing of any kind, it's fair to say the offshore oil and gas support service industry in general and Tidewater Inc. in particular stand at the threshold of a m a g n i f i c a n t business environment.

Jeffboat To Construct Three River-Tank Barges In $3-Million Contract

Jeffboat recently announced the signing of a $3-million contract with Hines, Inc. to construct three large river-tank barges. The contract will accelerate plans to resume manufacturing at the Jeffersonville, Ind.- based shipyard. Construction

Livanos Elected To ABS Management Committee

George P. Livanos, president of Seres Shipping, Inc., New York, N.Y., was elected to the Management Committee of the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) by the board of managers at its recent Semiannual Meeting. Announcement of his election was made by Robert T.

A S E A STAL A n n o u n c es C o r p o r a t e N a m e C h a n ge

ASEA STAL Inc. is the new corporate name of ASEA STALLAVAL, Inc. This name change is effective March 1 according to the company's president, P.R. Scordo, and is consistent with the name change made by its parent company in Sweden, ASEA STAL AB, (formerly STAL-LAVAL Turbin AB).

Haynes Buys Bendix Industrial Diesel Fuel Injection System Product Line

Haynes Corporation, Jackson, Mich., recently announced the purchase of all assets pertaining to the Bendix industrial fuel injection system product line for medium to large industrial diesel engines from the Allied-Signal Aerospace Company. The systems are principally utilized on marine,

OSG And P&O Agree To Form Joint Venture For LPG Transportation

The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O) of London, and Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc. (OSG) of New York, recently announced that they have reached agreement to form a joint venture involving the acquisition by OSG of a 50-percent

$142-Million Contract For Two Tankers Awarded To Bath Iron Works

President John F. Sullivan Jr. of Bath Iron Works announced that the shipyard was awarded a contract of approximately $142 million to build two tankers, with a potential for additional ships, by the Falcon I Sea Transport Company of Houston. The contract, signed recently in Washington, D.

 
 
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