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  • The Dorman "Sea King" marine diesel range from Dorman Diesels, Ltd., Stafford, England, is enjoying continued success in the fishing propulsion market, with numerous installations for arduous fishing duties throughout Europe and the U.K.

    One of the most recent Dorman U.K. installations is the re-engining of the trawler Sara Maria for T.R.B.

    Fisheries. A Dorman Sea King 6TA/ 2 marine diesel developing 284 hp at 1,350 rpm for main propulsion was installed in the vessel. The Sara Maria has a Twin Disc gearbox which was also supplied by Dorman.

    Dorman recently made its first Sea King 8 installation in the Greek fishing propulsion market. The vessel, a purse seiner of steel construction, was supplied with a propulsion package consisting of the Sea King 8 engine, Reintjes gearbox and engine controls.

    According to Dorman, the Sea King range combines advanced diesel technology with excellent fuel efficiency and highly reliable propulsion power, making the engines ideal for the most arduous fishing duties. The range offers a continuous output band up to 670 kWb at speeds between 1,200 and 1,800 rpm for both propulsion and auxiliary applications. The engines are premium specification, direct injection, turbocharged, water-cooled marine diesels of in-line configuration which are available with cooling systems to suit the application and installation considerations.

    The Sea King series offers one of the lowest fuel consumptions in its class, typically a 5 percent saving over other engines. This highly competitive fuel consumption is available over a wide operating speed range.

    The Sea King 6 and 8 offer the considerable servicing advantages associated with an in-line configuration and have been designed for ease of service access and maintenance.

    The compact nature of the engines makes installation considerably easier in many situations and these engines benefit from high levels of engine protection to ensure a long and trouble-free life.

    Dorman has an extensive international distributor network covering over 120 countries worldwide which has recently been further enhanced by the continued development of marine service care from specialized marine diesel distributors in France, Holland, Spain, Germany,. Italy, Norway, Iceland and Greece.

    For free literature giving further information on the Dorman Sea King range of marine diesel engines, Circle 18 on Reader Service Card

  • systems are to be sold worldwide as part of complete propulsion systems. Marketing of the new WX28 heavy fuel engine will be concentrated in Norway, Iceland, and Faroe Island. This engine will also be sold to Norwegian shipowners building abroad, to Norwegian yards building for foreign owners, and

  • the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut, the heads of eight agencies fulfilling the functions of Coast Guard of Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, the Russian Federation, Sweden, and the United States signed a Joint Statement formally establishing the Arctic Coast Guard Forum (ACGF)

  • of record. A Webb Research slocum glider, the Scarlet Knight, was the first unmanned vehicle to cross an ocean.   Teledyne Gavia Located in Kópavogur, Iceland, Teledyne Gavia provides turnkey survey solutions to customers undertaking a variety of tasks for defense, commercial and scientific applications

  • hull orders for Romanian, Russian and Turkish boat builders are new, while large vessel orders for Denmark or Spain continue apace. Unconventional Icelandic designs, too, are gaining ground here as catches and profits soar. Stirring the stream of new-builds are rules, anticipated rules and cross-border

  • , Nissui, had just done the same, buying New Zealand and Nordic. That all happened after the Naval Architect’s Society of Japan said a vessel based on the Icelandic design of Reykjavik’s Navis was its Ship of the Year. Expect more of the type, since Miho Shipyard now owns the Navis drawings and is expected to

  • destinations in more than 30 countries ranging across the globe from the Arctic to the Antarctic and including cruises in Norway, Greenland, Svalbard, Iceland, Western Europe, and the Americas. In an interview with Maritime Reporter and Engineering News, Dan Skjeldam, the company’s CEO, emphasizes

  • well as worldwide. The international presence will be stronger than ever this year, with firms from Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Iceland, Ireland, Norway, Portugal, and Sweden represented. While there will be much to learn about the latest developments in the fishing industry by

  • record. A Webb Research slocum glider was the first unmanned vehicle to cross an ocean. www.webbresearch.com   Teledyne Gavia Located in Kopavogur, Iceland, Teledyne Gavia provides turnkey survey solutions to customers undertaking a variety of tasks for defense, commercial and scientific applications

  • With Controllable Pitch Propeller for a RO/RO Vessel at Reduced Speed," M. Dubourg, Navale et Commerciale Havraise Peninsulaire, France; and (c) "Icelandic Experience to Convert Fishing Vessels to Achieve Fuel Saving," O. Eiriksson, Iceland. 12:45 p.m.—Lunch Second Session 2 p.m.—Paper No. 4, "Overlappi

  • of about 400 manufacturers from 20 countries. The countries represented by exhibitors are Austria, Denmark, East Germany, Finland, Great Britain, Iceland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United States, and West Germany. It is expected that Norway's new Ministry of Fisheries

  • community at large.   What is the ENMC? Today the ENMC gathers the national maritime clusters of Belgian, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, UK, whereas Malta (headed by former Commmissioner Joe Borg) will

  • MR May-19#38  cruises to Greenland, Iceland,  This isn’t all, however:)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 38

    Capital and now operates Big plans tors, “ he said. “However, technological – the cruise industry has moved on, it’s expedition cruises to Greenland, Iceland, This isn’t all, however: “We’ve big pressures, driven mainly by ecological a much more professional business than Svalbard, the Americas, the

  • MR May-19#37  Norway, Greenland, Svalbard, Iceland, Western Europe, and)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 37

    destinations in more than 30 countries ranging across the globe from the Arctic to the Antarctic and including cruises in Norway, Greenland, Svalbard, Iceland, Western Europe, and the Americas. In an exclusive interview with Maritime Reporter and Engineering News, Dan Skjeldam, the company’s CEO, emphasizes

  • MR May-19#27 , Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 27

    , Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France (including Corsica), Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy (including Sicily and Sardinia), Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta

  • MR Mar-19#13 , Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy)
    March 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 13

    , Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France (including Corsica), Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy (including Sicily and Sardinia), Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta

  • MP Q1-19#27  of Norway (and niches such as Iceland),  ously), explained)
    Jan/Feb 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 27

    . tion at MV Werften. Edie Rodriguez (who held a senior position at Crystal previ- Along the coast of Norway (and niches such as Iceland), ously), explained, “We source in a proactive manner for fuel, Hurtigruten is a market leader. The operator has been at the food and wine, etc

  • MR Jan-19#40  than ?  sh  tica, Greenland, Iceland and the Norwegian  ship)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    explore the unspoiled beauty of Antarc- world’s ? rst captain of a hybrid expedition weight, there will be more plastic than ? sh tica, Greenland, Iceland and the Norwegian ship will be Captain Kai Albrigtsen (54) who in the oceans by 2050: “Plastic pollution is coast. In addition, a complete makeover

  • MR Jun-18#47  with home ports 
north of Iceland to the sunny but continually)
    June 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    to ? nd four cal conditions worldwide, from a ? shing station in the pontoons. regular customers, all ? shing vessels with home ports north of Iceland to the sunny but continually storm-hit “The whole of this is anchored using an anchor in Denmark. The positive ? nancial effects that will Caribbean

  • MT Mar-18#67  Maritime, 
Hampidjan, Iceland a veteran Oceanology)
    March 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 67

    competitively priced. Have Kongsberg Maritime a look on stand N302. Booth #: D600 Norwegian marine technology specialist Kongsberg Maritime, Hampidjan, Iceland a veteran Oceanology International exhibitor, will focus on Booth #: R490 it established and industry leading technology and solutions This returning

  • MR Feb-18#40  more choices.  Cuba is hot, Iceland is hot. People want )
    February 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    whole world is hot! guez says that technology – particularly the evolution of the river cruise market. “Simply put there are more choices. Cuba is hot, Iceland is hot. People want the wide availability of strong WiFi, cell “In 2001, for example, Americans were Anyone, from a ? rst-time cruiser with a

  • MR Feb-18#35  tonnage provider  land, Iceland, Spitsbergen and Antarctica)
    February 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 35

    time is a one-stop-shop. With the existing ? eet as Far East Russia, Arctic Canada, Green- and money. SunStone is the largest tonnage provider land, Iceland, Spitsbergen and Antarctica, Main Particulars: to the expedition market. The Miami of- and we also see more travelers wanting Passenger cabins

  • MR Apr-17#33  can be  started arriving in Iceland in 2012, about  and quays)
    April 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 33

    ordinary ? shermen nancial help prioritized ? sheries piers pro? les on that iconic To- Japanese ? shing vessel owners can be started arriving in Iceland in 2012, about and quays but quickly spread to ? shing O kyo Bay scene of Mount Fuji found (now) that the government there a year after the devastatin

  • MT Apr-17#8  have partnered with the 
Icelandic Coast Guard (ICG) to)
    April 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 8

    .com/news/manned-survey-titanic-wreckage-546197 Studying Rough Seas Scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography have partnered with the Icelandic Coast Guard (ICG) to study the uniquely extreme ocean surface conditions that characterize the waters off Iceland’s coast where rough seas of

  • MN Oct-16#43  as well as 132 million  land, Iceland, Norway, Russia, and)
    October 2016 - Marine News page: 43

    Ayu spilled 350,000 gallons of its eight member states – U.S., Canada, Denmark, Fin- heavy fuel oil and marine diesel, as well as 132 million land, Iceland, Norway, Russia, and Sweden – have made pounds of soybeans, impacting 86 miles of beach and caus- some strides in this area by signing the Agreement

  • MR Aug-16#24 , 
(Image Courtesy ASTICAN)
Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg)
    August 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 24

    the national more on Astican starting on page. maritime clusters of Belgian, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, (Image Courtesy ASTICAN) Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, public). Differences also in maturity: recently discussed, with Commissioner time economy). Netherlands, Norway, Poland

  • MT Jul-16#37  
Vesturvör 29, 200 Kópavogur, Iceland; Tel: +354  and gas,)
    July 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 37

    for offshore oil manufacturer of Acoustic Doppler Current Pro? lers manufacturer of Acoustic Doppler Current Pro? lers Vesturvör 29, 200 Kópavogur, Iceland; Tel: +354 and gas, oceanographic, and defense applications.and gas, oceanographic, and defense applications. (ADCPs) for current pro? ling and wave

  • MP Q1-16#27  toward that.” The 
bergen-Iceland-Canada and ritzy Amsterdam-Lis)
    Q1 2016 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 27

    have to be “able employees and new cruise destinations that include icy Spitz- to ? sh … a real leader. All hiring is geared toward that.” The bergen-Iceland-Canada and ritzy Amsterdam-Lisbon, creating expedition coordinator might still be found in Seattle or Cana- a consistent brand experience while “becoming

  • MR Jan-16#47  Ships)
voyages around Iceland in 2016.
One of the advantages)
    January 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    ,” says Hans Birkholz, Wind- star Cruises’ CEO. In fact, Windstar ex- pects to begin offering circumnavigation (Courtesy: SunStone Ships) voyages around Iceland in 2016. One of the advantages, Birkholz says, on the Columbia and Snake Rivers and It’s close to home and it’s comfortable. changed, vessel designers

  • MR Jan-16#29  cabin furnishings. With the  Icelandic builder and designer)
    January 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 29

    and winches. Fantastic Plastic For the crew of 16, Maritime Moniter- Norway has been good, mostly, for ing put in the cabin furnishings. With the Icelandic builder and designer Seigla, all-important winter season and ? sheries deliverer of over 120 boats, 30 of them to a wholly-owned subsidiary

  • MR Jan-16#27  
round of negotiations (minus Iceland), 
Kleven will supply)
    January 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 27

    to be capitalizing on the new rules and limits. With Denmark’s quotas for most species rising after a recent Norway-EU round of negotiations (minus Iceland), Kleven will supply a 90 m SALT 0155 design for Danish Gitte Henning. Tol- family before self, safety above all erances on equipment choice allow

  • MR Dec-15#11  is inevi-
during the winter.  Iceland and Norway  erational)
    December 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 11

    on security issues, but limits these to op- sponse, aids to navigation, and charting maritime activity in the Arctic is inevi- during the winter. Iceland and Norway erational aspects. assets. The Arctic Coast Guard Forum is table. The Forum provides a meaningful have signi? cant search and rescue

  • MR Dec-15#10  and US Coast Guard’s 
Iceland, Norway, the Russian)
    December 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    ful? lling the functions of Coast passing about 10 miles offshore Alaska. Guard of Canada, Denmark, Finland, The Canadian and US Coast Guard’s Iceland, Norway, the Russian Fed- monitored the situation, but had no assets eration, Sweden, and the United States available to bring the barge under control

  • MR Oct-15#35  functions needed. 
Sweden, Iceland and Ireland. The concept)
    October 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 35

    companies from in eight Eu- center, simulation based and integrating the vari- ropean countries including Germany, Norway, ous functions needed. Sweden, Iceland and Ireland. The concept of au- A ‘Shore Control Center’ was designed capable tonomous shipping was analyzed both theoreti- of supervising vessels

  • MR Sep-15#53   consumer per capita after Iceland and Ja- in speci?  c)
    September 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 53

    ? sh in the period from May to October and est colony, in 1822. A 1910 revolution nage, the shipbuilding industry is limited consumer per capita after Iceland and Ja- in speci? c regions such as the Algarve, deposed the monarchy; for most of in size. The world share of the Portu- pan. Yet the ? sheries

  • MR Jun-15#48  people about indus- vik, Iceland and the following day)
    June 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 48

    ? rst workshop in Rejka- them more ef? cient, making them easier shipping, ? shing, oil and gas, tourism and other concerned people about indus- vik, Iceland and the following day we to use. and mining companies a couple of years try interests in the Arctic.” had the ? rst ever informal ‘business dia- ago