Wilton-Fijenoord B.V. in Schie- dam, Netherlands, has booked an order valued at Dfl 60 million (about $26.7 million) for the con- struction of two Customs Patrol Vessels for the Republic of China (Taiwan). These ships will have an overall length of 214.
Fuel Savings Alone Can Justify New Engine Investment At the New Orleans Work Boat Show in January, Caterpillar Engine Division announced new and improved diesel marine propulsion system products and support programs designed to help operators reduce
The Marine Division of J.M. Voith GmbH recently elected E. Shaprut to head their Voith Schneider America branch. The establishment of this branch is designed to further enhance and improve direct services to the American market. Mr. Shaprut is
Approximately 80 people attended the joint meeting of the American Society of Naval Engineers and The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers at the Officers' Club at the Philadelphia Naval Base on February 17, 1977. James J. Mulquin of the Naval Air Systems Command,
Northwest Marine Iron Works and Holland America Lines have jointly announced plans for a $10- million major refurbishing and renovation this fall of the S/S Rotterdam, the cruise line's flagship. Holland-America's J. Lievisse Anriaanse, vice president-Technical Department,
Carnival Corp. has finalized a contract with France's Alstom Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard for the construction of the Queen Mary 2, a new 150,000-ton "liner-style" vessel for its Cunard Line unit. The largest ocean liner ever constructed, Queen
National Marine Health Systems (NMHS) of Baltimore, Md., provides emergency medical/advanced life support consultation to individuals on land, sea or air through a network of leading university trauma centers. When you are hundreds of miles out
Following competitive procurement, the Navy's Military Sealift Command has awarded six firmfixed price contracts for the transportation of Department of Defense cargo. —$55,093,944 to Central Gulf Lines, Incorporated of New Orleans, La., for the charter of two U.
The new Ship Security and Alert Systems (SSAS) regulations were adopted by International Maritime Organization (IMO) to enhance maritime security in response to the increasing threat from terrorism and piracy. After July l, 2004. most deepsea passenger
Scale Reproductions, Fairhope, Ala., recently installed an Auto CAD system for designing. The computer, which will be used in production of scale models, will be able to use the computer files of the shipyards and designers. Blue prints can also be traced with a large digitizing table.