On the Elbe River, the famous port of Hamburg's Nautical Institute had its final intake this year due to a shortage of prospective students. From now on it will be known as the Hamburg Institute for Ship Handling and Simulation, but for many years it sent highly trained young people to sea.
Harold F. Neville Jr. has been promoted to chief design engineer in the Planning Department's Design Division at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, N.H. He started his career at Portsmouth in April 1959 as an electronics engineer in the Design Division.
A hose safety breakaway coupling designed to avert the danger of broken hoses and reduce the risk of pollution, will be shown for the first time in the United States at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas, May 5-8, 1980. The hose
American Atlantic Shipping, Inc., One World Trade Center, Suite 1035, New York, N.Y. 10048, a subsidiary of American Marine Industries, Inc., launched the first in a series of three multipurpose breakbulk / reefer / container ships on October 14, 1978.
Mitchell Marine, builder of high quality aluminum workboats and crewboats located in Lafayette, La., has recently delivered the fourth in a series of 35-foot water taxis to Jancovich & Son of San Pedro, Calif. The standard 35-foot Mitchell design
Ed Paden, president of Levingston Shipbuilding Company of Orange, Texas, has announced plans to build a second Levingston Class 111-C jackup drilling rig f o r Noble Drilling Corporation of Ardmore, Okla. Noble Drilling, a leading domestic drilling contracting firm formed in 1921,
—Literature Available The new digital clamp-on instruments capable of measuring both DC and AC current and voltage have been introduced by Amprobe Instruments division of Core Industries, Inc. of Lynbrook, N.Y. Model ACDC1000 measures AC or DC
No stranger to the cruising industry, Pamela Conover, president and COO of Cunard Line Ltd. Could undoubtedly be the reason behind the company's continual ability to capture and hold on to the rich British history that it has sustained since its establishment in 1840.
The Delaware Valley Chapter of The American Society of Naval Engineers met recently at the Philadelphia Naval Base Officers Club. Following a social hour and dinner, chairman Eugene Weinert called the meeting to order. After a brief business meeting Mr.
Representatives of government maritime agencies of the United States and Canada have signed a formal agreement to cooperate in marine transportation research and development, it was announced recently in Washington and Ottawa. Under the agreement,