Marystown Shipyard Limited, Marystown, Newfoundland, Canada, now currently working on a $23-million Norwegian order to build five of the heaviest class of tugboats used in offshore oil operations, is now establishing a vessel production control system,
—Literature Available RFD Ltd. of Surrey, England, has now gained U.K. Department of Transport approval for the davit-launched version of its new Surviva liferaft (shown below). The approval was granted after the raft had performed successfully
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.
Reading tea leaves on a boat underway is an exercise in frustration because just as the leaves start to settle, another wave comes along and changes the picture. Similarly, trying to foresee trends in the marine industry. Just as you see things shaping up,
The operators of many of the riverboat casinos along the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers are likely to enjoy smooth sailing as growing demand, limited new supply, and relaxed regulations support stronger operating results and possibly rating upgrades, Moody's Investors Service reports.
Overseas 2 4 - H o u r Advanced Manifest Rule - Awareness All sea carriers with the exception of bulk carriers and approved break bulk cargo are required to provide proper cargo descriptions and valid consignee addresses 24 hours before cargo is
Aqua-Dyne Corporation of Houston, Texas, has published a 12-page color brochure on their high-pressure jet-blasting equipment used as an industrial surface cleaning tool. Handsomely wrapped in a panoramic view of the Grand Canyon with the caption
Seaward International, Inc., Clearbrook, Va., recently announced that it has completed the manufacture, testing and delivery of thirty-four 7-foot-diameter by 14-foot-long Sea Guard® marine fenders for installation at the U.S. Naval Station in Mayport, Fla.