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  • —Free Literature O f f e r e d— Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Somerset, Mass., has received an order from TNT Hydrolines, Inc., Wayne, N.J., for an 80-foot, 265- passenger, high-speed passenger ferry, which will be used for commuting and excursions in New York Harbor. The announcement was made by George Duclos, president, Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, and John R. Arwood, chairman, TNT Hydrolines, Inc., at a news conference aboard the Gladding- Hearn-built Island Express, which was docked at Pier 11 in lower Manhattan.

    The boat, reportedly the first purpose-built vessel to be used for commuting in the area, will carry passengers to and from Monmouth County, N.J., and New York City.

    During midday hours, the vessel will be used for tourist excursions. She will be able to carry 220 passengers inside her cabin and a total of 265 when her outdoor seating is utilized.

    The vessel will be designed by Philip Hercus of International Catamarans Pty Ltd. (INCAT), Sydney, Australia. Gladding-Hearrn Shipbuilding and Nicholas Brothers Boat Builders, Freeland, Wash., are the only two yards in the U.S.

    licensed to build these type catamarans.

    Only eight shipyards are licensed worldwide to build these special passenger boats. The highspeed ferry will be powered by two Deutz-MWM 12-cylinder diesel engines which will give her a 31-knot capability. Her twin-hull design gives her a near wakeless operation with excellent stability in all kinds of weather.

    The as-yet-unnamed vessel will have luxurious accommodations, heat and air conditioning, and a snack bar on the main deck. She will be similar to the Island Express, another INCAT-designed highspeed catamaran, which was demonstrated for the press in New York Harbor at the news conference.

    At present, there are more than 100 Hercus catamarans either ordered or operating worldwide. The TNT Hydrolines vessel is the first catamaran ordered for use in New York Harbor.

    For free literature on the boatbuilding services offered by Gladding- Hearn Shipbuilding, Circle 65 on Reader Service Card

  • Exercise in Bayonne, NJ. The Green Apple Spill Response exercise was established specifically for the tugboat and towing vessel industry operating in New York Harbor. In its third year, the focus of the Exercise remains committed to providing tugboat & towing vessel operators, such as this year’s participants

  • interests, are: Kill Van Kull and Newark Bay Channels—federal budget of $12 million, local interest recommendation of $50 million (construction); New York Harbor Collection and Removal of Drift—federal $4.6 million, local interest $5 million (construction); New York Harbor and Adjacent Channels—federal

  • The U.S. Coast Guard has completed the installation in New York Harbor of the Inogon Leading Mark, a single station, short-range optical guidance system that directs vessels safely and accurately through narrow channels. The system, which had previously undergone testing by the Coast Guard's Research

  • G. McVay, vice president of Moran Towing and Transportation Co., Inc., has appointed Kenneth S. Johnson as chief harbor dispatcher for the Port of New York and New Jersey. Mr. Johnson is a veteran of 40 years' experience, ashore and afloat, in the tugboat industry in New York Harbor. He started

  • New York Harbor has a new facility dedicated to berthing and servicing tugboats, barges and other commercial craft. The Erie Basin Marine Terminal was recently sold by the Port Authority of NY/NJ to Erie Basin Marine Associates, a joint venture of two tug and barge companies affiliated with Hughes

  • the USACE, the EPA, as well as environmental agencies in NJ, NY and NYC on air impacts associated with the upcoming project to deepen channels in New York harbor to 50 ft. The $1.2m project includes the purchase and installation of the new exhaust system and the development of protocols and monitoring of

  • , the eldest son of Capt. James P. McAllister who founded the Mc- Allister company in 1864 and put the first McAllister tugboat to work in New York Harbor. The tugboat fleet of the company, distinguished by red and white smokestacks, has long been a familiar sight in the Harbor. Mr. McAllister

  • and the Navy, where he held the rank of lieutenant commander. He started with the company in the sales department, was named sales manager for New York Harbor in 1964 and sales manager in 1977. He also held the position of vice president-construction and repair, and most recently was president of

  • F.X. McQuade, a long-time executive in seaborne cargo movement and ship terminal operations in the Port of New York, has been elected president and chief operating officer of Northeast Marine Terminal Co., Inc., Foot of 39th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11232. He succeeds Capt. Russell W. Neitz as the

  • ports of Philadelphia, Pa., Norfolk, Va., and San Juan, Puerto Rico, as well as Tug and Barge Dry Docks, Inc., McAllister Brothers' shipyard in New York Harbor. The company currently operates approximately 100 tugboats and barges along the Eastern Seaboard and in the Caribbean Se

  • for the administration of the state's navigation laws relating to pilotage services and the licensing of pilots on all state waters including New York Harbor, the Hudson River and Long Island Sound. Mr. Pouch has been involved with the maritime industry since earning his B.S., USCG Third Mate's

  • MN Jun-19#4th Cover  mounting bolts to 
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    were drilled to accept slightly larger bolts and an additional four holes were drilled to increase the total number of mounting bolts to 12. But, the New York State Canal System takes no chances when safety is involved. Because this barge dates back to 1960 – not unusual in a fresh water application

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    Airport on the South Coast of England. Last was your target audience? That’s like asking who bene? ts most from diesel engines: year we opened our new state-of-the-art assembly and testing facilities in which we have invested heavily. North civilian or military vehicles. They are two very different

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    Danelec Marine, a manufacturer of voyage data recorders (VDR) and electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) products, this month unveiled a new Bridge Operational Quality Assurance (BOQA) system. Hans Ottosen, CEO, explains. To start, please provide background on Danelec. Danelec Marine was

  • MR Jun-19#52  is pro- ment comes from renewable energy  vessels is)
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    power the equip- value proposition for hydrogen fuel cell execution, it is clear that maritime hy- the way in which the hydrogen is pro- ment comes from renewable energy vessels is in the overall cost reduction drogen technology is rapidly progress- duced. Methods like steam-methane re- sources like wind

  • MR Jun-19#51  REPORT MARINE FUELS
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    T TECH REPORT MARINE FUELS used for new vessel builds and retro? ts around the world. “The Chicken Comes First” One of the oft-quoted challenges is the “chicken and egg” dilemma when a dis- ruptive propulsion technology enters the maritime market. Critics will claim that ship owners are reluctant to

  • MR Jun-19#49  for increased train-
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    too was consis- tent with last year’s predictions where 9% anticipated a reduction in budget. The most common reason cited for increased train- ing was new equipment being used and systems be- ing installed (such as LNG and BRM training, or the installation of SMS – which comes with new proce- dures). Meanwhile

  • MR Jun-19#48  an average  forced to invest in new ships and technol-
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    operators increasingly are under Crew Demographics both regulatory and commercial pressure, Female seafarers made up an average forced to invest in new ships and technol- of 9.1% of the crew, organization-wide, ogies while markets, generally, are down. and the average age of a seafarer in the re-

  • MR Jun-19#46  is cited in more 
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    , but Maritime University, Marine Learning This is especially the case in the mari- changing. since the ‘human factor’ is cited in more Systems and New Wave Media, publish- time industry where there is broad agree- Driven by automation on the ship and than 80% of ship accidents, ultimately ers of

  • MR Jun-19#44  are 
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    merged with vessels. Berge Bulk 62 12.43 China Shipping Container Lines (CSCL), with Large commercially controlled ? eets are Pan Ocean 75 11.35 a new entity, China Cosco Shipping Corp., not always “owned.” Bulk shipping’s eco- Oldendorff Carriers 104 10.97 CONTAINERSHIPS Top Global Containership

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    . As long Smith, who moved to the UK after ? eets. up front, that bigger is not always bet- as bigger is not in fact much better, then stints with large New York area tanker Alexandros Argyros, from shipping ter. Generally, the rationale for bigger meaningful consolidation will not hap- brokers, added

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    ,940 1 Houston 201,540,173180,855,210 of saying the two ports at San Pedro 2 Port of NY/NJ $ 206,827$ 189,740 Bay. Each of the Japanese carriers had its 2 New Orleans 127,643,304127,795,757 own terminal at the Southern Californian 3 Houston $ 159,249$ 131,474 3 Port of NY/NJ 85,170,79281,626,497 complex

  • MR Jun-19#40  measure of growth. “The Port of New Orleans (Port 
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    by each port each year has become relatively meaning- less, except to those ports who wish to, or need to, show some measure of growth. “The Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) moved more containers in 2018 than at any time in its history, totaling 591,253 TEU, up 12.3 percent com- pared to one year ago”

  • MR Jun-19#38  HEAD OF OFFSHORE, VESSELS VALUE
NEWBUILD moved into full swing)
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    2019 BY ROBERT DAY, HEAD OF OFFSHORE, VESSELS VALUE NEWBUILD moved into full swing and we saw the THE RIG MARKET DEMOLITION Unsurprisingly, across the offshore market ? ooded with distressed ton- In the rig sector, Borr Drilling has Tidewater continues to set the stan- sectors, newbuild orders have

  • MR Jun-19#37  countries  upwards. ignited a new surge of interest in the)
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    and pulling spot rates sition in US based LNG projects has and pricing incentives will continue several years. More than 60 countries upwards. ignited a new surge of interest in the to shift as the market matures. The have imported LNG cargoes in the Supply growth across the total gas future of LNG as