Marine Technology Articles

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jan 2013 - Subsea Vehicle Report: Unmanned Underwater System pablished in:
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    on January 2013

    JonRie Marine Winches introduces its new Series “220” Double Drum Escort/Assist Winch currently be installed on the twin ship sets for Caribbean Tug-Z and the new Twin ASDs for Seabulk Towing. JonRie delivered its first three ship sets last year to Caribbean Tug-Z and Seabulk Towing. The fourth ship

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jan 2013 - Subsea Vehicle Report: Unmanned Underwater System pablished in:
    Marine Technology
    on January 2013

    Markey Machinery is preparing a new TES-40-75HP electric towing winch for shipment that will be installed on Harley Marine Services new Z-drive ship assist tractor tug M/V Robert Franco. The first item of two suites of deck machinery specified by Harley for both the M/V Robert Franco and its’ sister

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jan 2013 - Subsea Vehicle Report: Unmanned Underwater System pablished in:
    Marine Technology
    on January 2013

    During customer days at the production plant in Rostock in January 2013 Liebherr presented its new subsea crane, type RL-K 7500. With this new knuckle boom crane the company extends its range of offshore cranes for subsea operations.  The RL-K 7500 is able to lift up to 260t in the air and handle lo

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jan 2013 - Subsea Vehicle Report: Unmanned Underwater System pablished in:
    Marine Technology
    on January 2013

    Originally developed in the mid-1980s by two Canadians, Seamor was intended to become a simple, low-cost, underwater “flying” video camera system that could be easily deployed from a small boat and enjoyed by those who wanted to enjoy the underwater world without getting wet – a “Recreational ROV.” 

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jan 2013 - Subsea Vehicle Report: Unmanned Underwater System pablished in:
    Marine Technology
    on January 2013

    Fugro Survey Limited carries out offshore subsea survey projects in the North West European Continental Shelf, Mediterranean, and West Africa regions. It is part of the geotechnical and geophysical services group Fugro and, more specifically, part of its Survey Division. The Aberdeen, UK, based subs

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jan 2013 - Subsea Vehicle Report: Unmanned Underwater System pablished in:
    Marine Technology
    on January 2013

    At the Cutting Edge of Deepwater Studies for the O&G industry in Brazil   For more than 35 years, Advanced Subsea (AS) has been deeply involved in marine technological innovation. Through steady research and partnerships with research institutes in France and Brazil, Advanced Subsea has been devel

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jan 2013 - Subsea Vehicle Report: Unmanned Underwater System pablished in:
    Marine Technology
    on January 2013

    Harold Eugene ‘Doc’ Edgerton was born in Fremont, Nebraska, on April 6, 1903. He was one of three children born to Frank and Mary Edgerton, and from an early age Edgerton like to see what made things tick, spending hours taking things apart and putting them back together. He first became interested

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jan 2013 - Subsea Vehicle Report: Unmanned Underwater System pablished in:
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    on January 2013

    How Biological Nets Are Taking On A New Purpose For An Old Problem Aboard the SSV Robert C. Seamans last November, 1,500 miles from land, 38 researchers from Sea Education Association (SEA) studied a Brobdingnagian swath of Pacific Ocean that has become the temporary resting spot for thousands of t

  • Marine Technology Magazine, page 4th Cover,  Aug 2012 pablished in:
    Marine Technology
    on August 2012

    Sea Catch quick releases can now be fitted with a Spring Safety Pin (SSP) that allows users to eject the pin from a distance and do so using the release lanyard.  The first pull on the lanyard removes the R-clip from the pin and a compression spring ejects the pin which is firmly tethered to the bod

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