Due to a production glitch, the following vessels from Korea's Samsung Heavy Industries were erroneously omitted from the December 2000 edition. Following are details on OOCL Los Angeles, a 5,500-TEU containership; Vinland, a 126,000 shuttle tanker; and Saibos FDS,
Delta Shipyard, a unit of Chromalloy American Corporation, has announced the completion of the M/V Echo, a seismic/utility vessel for Shell Oil Company. Primarily for use in the Gulf of Mexico, the M/V Echo is designed for shallow-water operation with a minimum draft of 5 feet 6 inches.
Campbell Industries of San Diego recently launched another tuna superseiner in its current series. The 1,200-ton-capacity Coopeatun II was built for Cooperativa de Pescadores del Pacifico, R.L. of Puntarenas, Costa Rica, and will be skippered by longtime tunafishing veteran Tim Tafova.
—N e w Literature Offered Gems Sensors, Plainville, Conn., a division of Transamerica Delaval, has made available an expanded line of liquid level indicators for virtually any tank gauging problem in the chemical and process industries. The company