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Training and Education in the Maritime Industry

Over the past six decades, there have been rapid developments in technology and marine operations. These have brought about significant changes in maritime education and training. Six decades ago, maritime education and training was a relatively straightforward process.

 

Cruise Shipping Annual The New "Class" of Celebrity's Class

It could be clubbed "the new classic." The idea of creating a comfortable passenger vessel encompassing old world classic decor — as per the famed ocean liners of the early 20th Century - while instilling modern safety and mechanical requirements, as well as sophisticated amenities.

WindShip Technology Promises Fuel Saving s

The task of designer ships, which are increasingly fuel efficient as well as environmentally friendly, is the marine industry's constant challenge, today and forever. While hull designs and propulsion systems continually evolve, a new development from Knud E.

What Should be the Role of Class?

The role of vessel classification societies continues to change dramatically. As the role ancl relevance of class is liotly debated, MR/EN picked the brains of the industry's major classification societies to analyze both their individual and collective future.

MarAd Awards Funds To N.Y. Maritime For Simulator Purchase

The Maritime Administration recently announced the award of $581,000 to the State University of New York Maritime College at Ft. Schuyler, New York, to assist the college in its procurement of a full bridge simulator. The assistance was authorized

Free Color Brochure From Envirovac Describes Vacuum Sewage Systems

A free, eight-page color brochure titled "Envirovac Inc. E-Vac Vacuum Sewage Technology" is being offered by Envirovac Inc. of Rockford, 111. The publication discusses and describes E-Vac systems for marine use, in airplanes, trains, and in commercial,

Kvaerner Eureka Offers 20-Page, Full-Color 'Marine Equipment Review'

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

Dr. Francis N a m e d Kings Point Engineering Chief A n d USMS Captain

Dr. Gerald P . Francis has been appointed head of the Department of Engineering at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, N.Y. He has concurrently received the rank of captain, U.S. Maritime Service. A 1958 graduate of the University of Dayton,

ONS '86 SHOW AND CONFERENCE ATTRACTING STRONG INTEREST FROM EXHIBITORS

August 26-29—Stavanger, Norway The 7th Offshore Northern Seas (ONS '86) Conference and Exhibition, to be held in Stavanger, August 26-29, continues to benefit from Norway's expansive offshore policies and the associated demand for advanced technology

Universal Tankships Installs NTC Ship Manager Software System

Universe Tankships (Del.), New York, N.Y., a division of National Bulk Carriers, has installed a microcomputer "NTC Ship Manager" software system furnished by Nautical Technology Corp., also of New York City. The multiship office system provides a fully integrated,

 
 
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