Page 32: of Maritime Reporter Magazine (March 1985)
ADVERTISE IN THESE
SPECIAL EMPHASIS ISSUES
TWICE EACH MONTH
BECAUSE EVERY ISSUE
IS CURRENT ^C BONUS DISTRIBUTION
AT MEETINGS 8. SHOWS
FOR MORE MARINE SALES IN '85
APRIL 1 [Advertising
I Closing Date
I March 8
OTC 85 + THE OTC EXPOSITION
Annual Offshore Technology Conference Preview and, after a one year absence, a return of the world fa- mous OTC EXPOSITION.
Houston, Texas—May 5-9
ASNE DAY (American Society of Naval Engineers)
Washington, D.C.—May 2-3
NOR SHIPPING '85
Oslo, Norway—May 6-10
U.S. GULF COAST YARDS • PLUS—A wealth of current marine business and technical information first—weeks before the slower monthlies.
San Diego, California—April 29-May 1
Special coverage of the 'Radio Technical I
Commission for Maritime Services' con-1 ference.
WORLDWIDE SHIP REPAIR • PLUS—A wealth of current marine business and I technical information first—weeks before the | slower monthlies.
MAY 1 *• SNAME SPRING MEETING/STAR
Closing Date Norfolk, Virginia—May 21 -25
April 9 Preview of the technical program of the
Society of Naval Architects and Marine
Engineers annual Spring Meeting and
Symposium. • MARINE COATINGS AND
CORROSION CONTROL - Hull Coatings • Cleaning • Cathodic
Protection - A review of the latest ad- vance in coatings and corrosion control technology that can provide cost savings for vessel owners. • PLUS—A wealth of current marine business and technical information first—weeks before the slower monthlies.
TIONS EQUIPMENT REVIEW
A review of the latest developments in navigation and communications equipment manufactured by the world's leading suppliers. • Special NAVY Article
PLUS—A wealth of current marine business and technical information first—weeks before the slower monthlies.
JUNE WORLD YEARBOOK
Bigger, better and more informative than ever before. This year, for the first time MARITIME REPORTER will combine the two June issues, the
Yearbook (June 1) and the regular June 15 issue, into the largest data- filled and most informative marine industry yearbook in the world. Vital statistics dealing with the worldwide shipping and shipbuilding industry, inland waterways, offshore drilling and the world Navies will be covered in great detail, with current status and future trends articles authored by world experts in each area.
This June Yearbook volume will be a true reference tool. A source of vital information to be read, reread and referred to all year long by MARITIME
REPORTER'S unequalled readership of thousands more marine industry decision-makers than are reached by any other marine industry magazine in the entire world.
Date—May 9 1985 YEARBOOK ISSUE The Big Data-Filled Marine Industry Annual
Industry statistics, forecasts and trends. Exclusive reports authored by in- dustry leaders on the current status and worldwide forecast for shipbuild- ing, ship repair, Navy, offshore drilling, coastal, shallow-draft and inland waterways. Includes world shipbuilding tables, U.S. shipbuilding tables and Navy construction data. • U.S. Navy • U.S. Merchant Shipbuilding • Offshore Drilling • Offshore
Drilling Rigs • Offshore Service Vessels, Tugboat and Inland Towboat
Fleets • U.S. Barge and Towing Operations • Inland/Coastal-Small/Med- ium Yards • Canadian Shipbuilding • World Shipbuilding • U.S. Flag
MARICHEM '85 London, England-June 25-27
LIQUID CARGO HANDLING EQUIPMENT (Valves, fittings, pumps, piping, instruments, etc.)
THE DOMINANT WORLDWIDE MARINE INDUSTRY MAGAZINE • World's Largest Requested Total Circulation—100% • World's Largest Circulation to Buying-lnfluence
Readers • Largest U.S. Circulation to Buyers • Largest Circulation to Navy Buyers • Full Market Coverage—Ocean, Offshore, Inland, Navy
Best Quality Circulation Records
Most Current Circulation Records
Current Editorial Content (Twice Each Month)
Largest Number of Advertisers
Largest Number of Advertising Pages
Produces Largest Number of Sales Leads
ENGINEERING NEWS 107 EAST 31st STREET
NEW YORK, N.Y. 10016 (212) 689-3266 34
Britain-Marine Industry (continued from page 32) using traditional materials, achieves rugged, reliable, and weight-effec- tive power.
Perkins will continue to offer the
C8 and CV12 marine models de- signed by Rolls-Royce and produced by Perkins Engines (Shrewsbury), both of which are turbocharged units.
Circle 54 on Reader Service Card
Nearly all of the Racal Marine companies introduced new equip- ment during the past year, as fol- lows: Radar—modular designed
Master Series, ARPA, AC/TM, RM,
Watchkeeper color monitor (work- ing off any of them); RM 1070 and 770, 970 color display, for vessels up to 1,600 grt. Navigation—MNS 2000 multi-sensor positioning re- ceiver, Mark 52 Navigator, color video plotter with light pen, Navtex 1 and 2 (pleasure craft) telex, weather, etc., receivers
Circle 55 on Reader Service Card
Marine Controls—80 Series (super-adaptive) and 60 Series (con- ventional) autopilots, modular with common components; ISIS 250 (and 250 V for VDU) machinery monitor- ing system for medium-sized ships;
Mark 7 gyrocompass. Survey—Mi- cro-Fix microwave line-of-sight pre- cise positioning system.
Circle 56 on Reader Service Card
A $5.6-million contract to provide the U.S. Navy with the Hyper-Fix close-range positioning system for mine countermeasure ships (MCM) was received recently by Racal-Dec- ca Survey Inc. These systems have already been adopted by the Royal
Navy for MCM work around the
U.K., and some 36 MCM packages are now to be installed on MCM vessels in the U.S.
Circle 57 on Reader Service Card
Racal-SMS Ltd. has found a ready market as a world leader in navigational simulator equipment.
The Type 9000 training simulator has been sold in 13 countries as far afield as China, Canada, and Saudi
Arabia in just over a year.
Circle 58 on Reader Service Card
RFD Marine, a leading manufac- turer of inflatable liferafts and eva- cuation systems, is the first compa- ny to int roduce a liferaft designed to meet the requirements of the re- vised Chapter III of SOLAS 74. This liferaft, the Surviva, combines a new material and advanced manufactur- ing techniques to create a highly durable product.
The latest version of the Surviva is the DL, davit-launched variant, that has now been granted U.S.
Department of Transport approval, and is available in 12-, 16-, 20-, and 25-person capacities. This version is particularly important for vessels (continued from page 37)
Maritime Reporter/Engineering News