Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) of Japan has developed a "dream ship" with pitchand roll-free cabins mounted on hydraulic controlled shock absorbers. The 48 V2 -foot-long, 17-gross-ton catamaran, which is the first Hi-Stable Cabin Craft (HSCC) high-speed ship,
A 153,500 cu. m. LNG carrier ordered by Gaz de France from Chantiers de 1'Atlantique - reported to be the largest ever LNG carrier - will be classed by Bureau Veritas and is due for delivery in 2005. The order includes an option for a second vessel.
Burmeister & Wain Shipyard, Copenhagen, r e c e n t l y delivered the second ship of the yard's series of fuel-efficient, Panamax bulk carriers of 64,000 dwt (shown above). Named the H y d r o l o c k, she was built for Stanhurst Shipping Limited,
—Literature A v a i l a b l e— SWDiesel's SW 280 engine meets the operating capability required for mobile offshore installations, and is said to have been the first engine to pass a performance test in the output range from 2,000 to 8,000 bhp
German engine manufacturer MTU Friedrichshafen recently announced it will present its new Series 595 diesel engine for the first time at the International Shipping and Marine Technology Market, SMM '90, in Hamburg, West Germany. The new Series 595 includes 12- and 16-cylinder models,
Megasystems, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, has announced that Seamatic II engine monitoring and control systems will be an integral part of the conversion of four VLCC supertankers to diesel operation for Mobil Shipping and Transportation Co., now underway in
Free Literature A v a i l a b le Cummins Engine Company has announced the availability of their VTA28-M diesel engine for a wide variety of marine applications. Rated 675 bhp at 1,800 rpm, the powerful, compact VTA28-M is ideally suited for continuous duty marine applications,
Kvaerner Eureka of Seattle, Wash., Marine Equipment Division, is offering a 20-page, full-color brochure titled "Marine Equipment Review," featuring products marketed by the company. The following chapter headings taken from the contents list
September 30 - October 1, — New York, NY The New York Metropolitan Section of SNAME, in conjunction with T&R Panel 0-36 (Economic Analysis of Marine Transportation Systems), The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, will present
Tano Marine Systems, Inc., New Orleans, La., has been named the Single System Vendor (SSV) responsible for integration of the complete propulsion system for a new oceanographic survey ship. The contract was awarded by Avondale Industries, Inc.