The first MTU Series 595 engine has now entered actual service with installation of a 12-cylinder model on the ferry Deutschland. The 476-foot-long oceangoing ferry Deutschland, powered by nine MTU 12-cylinder 956 engines rated at 1,840 kw at 2,
In part one of a two-part series, William G. Schubert, the new U.S. Maritime Administrator (MarAd) speaks with H. Clayton Cook, Jr. about the current standing and future direction of maritime activities in the United States. Mr. Administrator, this
According to the Annual Report of Lloyd's Register of Shipping, events during 1985 offered little to the world's shipping and shipbuilding industries, and there were few indications of any real improvements in the foreseeable future. The world merchant fleet declined last year to 416.
The Vineyard Spray, a new 82-foot, 300-passenger, high-speed ferry built by Gladding- Hearn Shipbuilding, the Duclos Corp. of Somerset, Mass., is scheduled to be commissioned this summer by Bay State Cruises and put into service running daily round
Moss Point Marine, Inc. of the Trinity Marine Group has delivered the 100-foot passenger and vehicle ferry Mark G. Goode to the Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation. It has joined six other ferries working between Port Aransas and Aransas Pass,
Irving Shipbuilding's ship repair facilities in Nova Scotia, Canada at Halifax Shipyard and Dartmouth Marine Slips have been very active during the last few months. The yard has attained a variety of work involving containerships, RoRos, OSVs, tugs and Government vessels.
Keppel Shipyard, a major operating division of Keppel Corporation Limited, has completed a S$4.3-million (about US$2.2-million) conversion contract for the Shipping Corporation of India Ltd. The M/V Santorini, a RO/RO car/passenger ferry, was
The Voith-Schneider-propelled double-ended Dutch ferry Molengat has been operating successfully between Den Helder and the North Sea island of Texel, Holland, for about 10 years. Due to the increase in traffic on this route, the operator of the
Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Northern Ireland, is to build a new $21-million ferry ship for operation on the British Rail Irish Sea service between Larne and Stranraer. The 7,000-ton multipurpose vessel has been designed to carry 600 passengers in addition to 300 motor cars,
Rolls-Royce has won two new contracts to supply podded propulsion systems and deck machinery for Queen Mary 2, the new luxury cruise liner to be built for Cunard Line at Alstom Chantiers de l'Atlantique in France. It has also won contracts to supply