A joint meeting was held in November at the Fort Meyer Officers' Club by the Chesapeake Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers and the Washington, D.C. Section of the Marine Technology Society. The paper, the National Science
Motorola, Inc., Schaumburg, 111., has unveiled a new line of portable VHF marine radios, simplifying and improving communications for those in the marine industry. The Triton MP+ and the Triton MPc are the two portables introduced by Motorola
One-Man Control Of All Ship Functions, Port To Port Possible With Sperry Marine Route Control System Integrated With ICS System The recent entry into service of the 765,650-cubic-foot reefer Ditlev Lauritzen can be described as historic for a number of very good reasons.
Drew Ameroid8 Marine of Boonton, N.J., recently hosted a customer reception to introduce four new products to the marketplace. T.A. Cuomo, group vice president, worldwide marine operations, remarked, "We are grateful to all those who would devote
—Literature Available Uniden Company, Indianapolis, Ind., now has three new electronic aids available. The MC35 marine power hailer, the MC400 chart recorder and the MC300 digital depth indicator. The Uniden MC35 marine power hailer is a powerful,
Raytheon Marine Company of Manchester, N.H., has announced the adoption of the industry's first two-year warranty covering every product in its marine electronics line. The new limited warranty covers all parts for a period of two years and labor
Mangone Shipbuilding Company recently delivered the Western Narrows, an ultramodern, geophysical research and survey vessel with SCR (silicon-controlled r e c t i f i e r ) diesel-electric propulsion, to Western Geophysical Company of Houston.
A $10.6-million expansion program by Bay-Houston Towing Company was announced by W.D. Haden II, chairman of the board, as he disclosed the signing of contracts for four new tugs and option on an additional two vessels. One tug, the 4,200-hp Captain W.
EPSCO, Incorporated of Westwood, Mass., and Datamarine International, Inc. of Pocasset, recently announced the signing of an O.E.M. agreement for $1.6 million whereby Datamarine will purchase from EPSCO microprocessor- based loran C navigation receivers,
Dynell Electronics Corporation, Melville, N.Y., announces the introduction of its new Model 400 Omega System. Designed to utilize the proven reliable Omega 300/300A Receiver, the Model 400 is a compact, state-of-the-art device displaying direct