maritime

Integrated Bridge Allows Cutting Edge Design

The integrated bridge system concept has steadily gained speed over the last decade, as much the result as a market driven phenomena with owners and regulators demanding safe, efficient and labor-saving bridge design, as the result of the tremendous

 

The Coating Conundrum

Incorporating Good Environmental Science in the Current Organotin Regulatory Debate. A draft Assembly Resolution (Annex 21/1 I) prepared by the Marine Environmental Protection Committee (MEPC) of International Maritime Organization (IMO) was recently approved

Integrated Marine Electronic Systems Nav-Com Inc., Seminar—Washington, D.C.

Proving that the sum of the parts is greater than the whole is by no means an easy task. Yet this challenge was successfully undertaken during a two day private seminar recently sponsored by Nav- Com Incorporated in Washington, D.C. Combining

TFC Corporation Offers Full Line Of Trash Compactors To Meet New Annex V/MARPOL Rules

—Free Literature O f f e r e d— With worldwide attention on cleaning up the marine industry environment because of the new Annex V-MARPOL 73/78 regulations, Pollution Packer marine trash compactors from TFC Corporation offer a cost effective

Wheeler Associates Named U.S. Agents For Greek Yard

Neorion Shipyards Syros Ltd. has appointed Wesley D. Wheeler to act as thenexclusive agent in the USA. The facility is on the island of Syros, Greece, ancient capital of the Cyclades Islands in the Aegean Sea. Syros is a Mediterranean crossroads

MarAd Invites Proposals To Provide Vessel For Schoolship Conversion

The Maritime Administration has invited proposals from interested parties to provide a vessel suitable for conversion to a U.S.-flag schoolship. It would replace the government- owned training ship Empire State, which is now operated by the State

MarAd Approves Loan To Finance Bulk Carrier

The Maritime Administration has approved in principle construction loan and mortgage insurance to help finance a 63,000- deadweight-ton self-unloading Great Lakes bulk carrier for Armstrong Steamship Co., 555 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. Armstrong,

Navy Adding 13 Ships Costing $206.7 Million To Ready Reserve Force —Four To Be Converted

Thirteen merchant ships were selected for purchase on 17 January 1986 for the Ready Reserve Force of the National Defense Reserve Fleet. The Maritime Administration is processing four contracts totaling $206.7 million with American Automar, Barber Steamship Lines, Lykes Bros, and U.

Proposal Calls For Ship's Spare Parts To Be Based Ashore

The Maritime Subsidy Board (MSB) has authorized publication in the Federal Register of a notice that it is proposing a new policy permitting spare parts to be based ashore. The proposal also specifies a predetermined limit on the amount of constructiondifferential subsidy

Nichols Brothers Awarded Schooner Hull Contract From Marimed

David Higgins, executive director of the Marimed (maritime medicine) Foundation in Honolulu, has announced the signing of the initial contract for the construction of a 150-foot, three-masted topsail schooner. The vessel will be outfilled with

 
 
Marine Inland Fabricators marine propulsion marine propulsion system marine repair marine technology maritime maritime academy maritime industries maritime industry maritime institute maritime training