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  • Cheverton Workboats of Cowes, Isle of Wight, England, have been licensed by Rigships Limited to produce the well-known North series of versatile glass reinforced polyester hulls designed by naval architects Murray, Cormack Associates.

    Cheverton will be the exclusive molders of the North Cape 65, North Voe 58, North Kyle 45, and the North Gael 40 hulls, decks, and superstructures.

    Under the terms of the licensing agreement, there will be a close technical liaison between David Cheverton (Design) Limited and Murray, Cormack Associates on these models.

    The North hulls are a closely related series of fast, moderatevee, semi-displacement designs; a generous beam provides spacious seagoing platforms for a wide variety of applications.

    E x t e n s i v e model testing revealed the North hulls to be particularly efficient, clean running, dry and easy riding. Notably stable and not given to heavy or excessive rolling, their design gives them the ability to cope with the realistic displacements of fast, working craft fitted with powerful diesel machinery and carrying a practical pay load. North hulls have gained rapid acceptance with commercial operators, and are widely used for pilotage, harbor patrol, police surveillance, survey work, etc., both in the U.K.

    and overseas.

    For Cheverton this major development represents a new phase in their marketing strategy for the 80s, and brings them to the fore as specialist commercial molders. Now, the availability of range of complementary glass reinforced polyester models from Cheverton, augmented by purpose- built steel vessels up to 26 meters in length, means that commercial o p e r a t o r s requirements can be satisfied by dealing with one company—an important factor when a customer is several thousand miles away.

  • forward. In fact, that’s already happening.In the past year alone, the Cape May-Lewes Ferry made history by promoting three women: Meghan D. Palmer of North Cape May, and Melissa Velli and Sharon Lyn Urban, both residents of Cape May, to rank of Captain in the Marine Department. These three female Captains

  • In fact, that’s already happening.The Center PortholeThis past June, the Cape May-Lewes Ferry, made history by promoting three women: Meghan D. Palmer of North Cape May, and Melissa Velli and Sharon Lyn Urban, both residents of Cape May, to rank of Captain in the Marine Department. These three female Captains

  • I design have at least 1000’ of emergency hawser aboard. It is pure scare-tactics to contend that if an AT/B barge got away we’d have a repeat of the North Cape disaster. Rubbish. The North Cape was a single hull barge – all AT/B petroleum and chemical barges are double hull and the North Cape got away from

  • attention has been paid to comfort, with a separate lounge area for TV viewing. The Cape Hatteras has been placed on charter to the Western Company of North America, which has installed its own equipment on the after deck for geophysical survey work, with additional controls in the wheelhouse. For

  • yard, aimed at modernizing the 150-year-old facility, including increasing its hauling capacity from 350 to 1,200 tons. The repair yard is located in North Sydney Harbour, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. North Sydney is the main ferry link to Canada's 10th province, Newfoundland, and also has a regular service

  • fuel capacity of 23,700 gal- Ions, a deck load capacity of 125 tons, and will accommodate 14 crew. The 17-acre Moss Point Marine yard is located just north of Pascagoula, Miss., on the East Pascagoula River, one mile north of Interstate 10. C o n s t r u c t i on personnel number close to 300. The

  • The Maritime Administration (MarAd) has awarded five contracts, totaling about $18 million, for layberthing of Ready Reserve Force (RRF) vessels which participated in Operations Desert Shield/Desert Storm. The contracts, with four oneyear renewal options, provide for berthing, electric power, water

  • For the Maritime Administration (MarAd), appropriations of $312 million are requested for FY 1993. Highlights of the MarAd budget include: Ready Reserve Force—The $234-million funding is the same as the FY 1992 level. MarAd will maintain the readiness of the fleet and continue acquisitions toward

  • . Maritime Services Corp. is a fullservice joiner company which provides material and installation labor packages for projects throughout North and Central America as well as abroad. The company is capable of providing nearly every aspect of an interior from design and concept work through

  • of the company that supplies provisions, deck, and engine equipment to vessels and industrial plants. Mr. Castelvecchi, who was associated with North Florida Shipyards as purchasing agent before joining Ships Supply, will recommend policy and assist in developing and administering policy on

  • The appointment of Richard (Dick) Muller to manage the Northeast Region sales of all ITT Decca Marine electronic equipment has been announced by Alan Thompson, director of sales for IDM. Mr. Muller, headquartered in the IDM New York City office at 17 Battery Place, will also work out of his Toms

  • MR Nov-19#84  its new 895 E Series model to North  handler ever built. The)
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    will deliver the ? rst 130 feet, the 895 E is the largest material motor. It’s offered with a choice of three of its new 895 E Series model to North handler ever built. The 895 E is powered standard undercarriages. www.senebogen.com by a 755 HP (563 kW) diesel motor or American customers next

  • MR Nov-19#62  storms, such as the North Sea  We also asked Seaway)
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    deeper water and higher components. (or DOT), in just one hour, using the ? rst TNO, Van Oord and Sif group, and proj- survival storms, such as the North Sea We also asked Seaway 7 (formerly slip joint connection concept in the in- ect stakeholders Eneco and Heerema basin. Moreover, the cranes’ booms

  • MR Nov-19#60   bines on developments in the North Sea,  have 3,000-metric-ton)
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    build, due to be delivered in 2022, will on the market,” De Pooter. “Foundations We see that the wind farm installation bines on developments in the North Sea, have 3,000-metric-ton lifting capacity, will be heavier; blades will be longer. vessels built initially, they are too small which could see

  • MR Nov-19#47  CUTTER
vessel to reach the North Pole unaccom- transits)
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    SHIPBUILDING USCG POLAR SECURITY CUTTER vessel to reach the North Pole unaccom- transits to get on station and conduct Mardiros. The number one mission for panied—but it is designed primarily for operations with limited or no logistics the new PSC will be to carry out the an- Meet The “Fleet” scienti?

  • MR Nov-19#46  Adm.  Russia’s landmass is north of the Arctic  doesn’t)
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    “Twenty percent of “While we’ve got competition, that ? rst ship after graduating from the Coast Coast Guard Vice Commandant Adm. Russia’s landmass is north of the Arctic doesn’t mean that there has to be con- Guard Academy in 1992. “When I re- Charles Ray said “Our recently pub- Circle, and both onshore

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cial Driveline, North America; Andre Koerner)
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    of company. Pictured are: L to R: Gerald Rowe, Head of R&D ZF Marine, Wolfgang Schmid, Head of ZF Business Unit Marine and Spe- cial Driveline, North America; Andre Koerner, Head of Product Line Commercial and Fast Craft, ZF Marine and Reiner Viebahn – Plant Manager ZF Krimpen (commercial thruster

  • MR Nov-19#32  bene?  t the U.S. out?  ts.  North Sea are seeing a stronger)
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    Beyond the Americas, operators in the 45-55% of the demand for OSV’s. OSV gence from bankruptcy, and an industry insey may bene? t the U.S. out? ts. North Sea are seeing a stronger market. intensity for production likely to in- topping ? eet of 198 OSVs following Todd Hornbeck, on his company’s Q2

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    Brazil – the Apodi solar power plant in of resources are produced and how they deepwater offshore wind energy farms, sources to be aggregated the northern state of Ceará. According to are produced - “We are working strongly placed on barges. To date there are three Nto the main business plans Margareth

  • MR Nov-19#12  ship was underway in the North Atlantic  or a ‘smart)
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    the tied together (such as in a ‘smart home’ to take control of smart cars, operating If ports and vessels are all intercon- ship was underway in the North Atlantic or a ‘smart ship’), access to one item can the stereo, the windshield wipers, the en- nected, transits could be arranged for op- on an unescorted

  • MN Nov-19#100  Adjustable  E Series model to North American 
failsafe protocols)
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    its line of industrial axial ? rst of its new record-setting 895 programmable speeds, warnings, fans with the Vaneaxial Adjustable E Series model to North American failsafe protocols and live data relay Pitch Direct Drive Fan. The fan is customers next year. At an esti- from all sensors on the vessel

  • MN Nov-19#94  of Teknicraft Designs in North America. 
Based upon two)
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    (DUML) is a hydrofoil-assisted catamaran and is an ex- emplary arrangement from Teknicraft Design. AAM is the exclusive builder of Teknicraft Designs in North America. Based upon two successful Teknicraft Design vessels AAM built for NOAA, this patented hydrofoil-assisted hull de- sign is proven to have

  • MN Nov-19#52  calibration of  tic Sea and North Sea will be imple-
power)
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    Management System, this strictions for vessels entering the Bal- applications. The D8 engine offers a enables more precise calibration of tic Sea and North Sea will be imple- power output up to 313kW for in- parameters controlling the injection, mented in 2021. board and auxiliary applications, and so

  • MN Nov-19#38  of carrying 30 
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    rest of Denmark. The route is iad issues, challenges and developments are impact- 22 nautical miles long. The ship is capable of carrying 30 A ing the North American brown water, shallow draft vehicles and 200 passengers in summer. It is powered by workboat markets in particular. To sort it all out, Marine-

  • MN Nov-19#24  to revisit OPA 90 so 
Asia to North America. This level of)
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    maritime disaster policy. The region following trade routes from an evolving Arctic Region, and ensure time has come to revisit OPA 90 so Asia to North America. This level of its pristine environment is protected that it re? ects the unique challenges of activity in the Arctic is unprecedent- for

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  • MP Q3-19#39  LNG offoading system. rived in North America, especially where)
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    of applications including Shell’s fagship wind boom on this side of the big pond, LNG has offcially ar- low-cost jettyless LNG offoading system. rived in North America, especially where it intersects the marine Arjan Maijenburg, Engineering Manager at LNG Regas, ex- bunkering markets. And, it is here to stay

  • MP Q3-19#38  of the JAX LNG facility. 
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    customers,” said Tim Hermann, president of Pivotal LNG. “One way we are Or Take JAX LNG doing this is through the development of the JAX LNG facility. NorthStar Midstream owns and operates a crude gathering, lo- With our partners NorthStar, we’ve implemented innovative solu- gistics and sand transloading

  • MP Q3-19#37  Marine Terminal now rou- north of JAXPORT. The new plant)
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    , located on the plant, also to be constructed in Jacksonville, on the St. Johns River Port of Jacksonville on the Talleyrand Marine Terminal now rou- north of JAXPORT. The new plant will have capacity to produce tinely bunkers LNG onto Crowley’s LNG powered ConRo ships, 1.5 million LNG gallons-per-day

  • MP Q3-19#35 BULK SHIPPING
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    BULK SHIPPING Capesize strength was due to owners already slowing down their year time charter. vessel on long ballast voyages back from China. Grindrod’s Mr. Eventually, and depending on how many owners actually opt Wade chimed in, “If you see the fuel prices going up, I think that for the scrubber

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    BULK SHIPPING Credit: Barry Parker markets as they search for infection points. The Capesizes are supply side of shipping; specifcally how much capacity will be heavily dependent on iron ore shipped on long hauls where sea- available to serve cargo demand, which is growing, albeit at an borne fuel costs

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    lifelong learning professional associations, such as Middlesex University London, of seafarers. This trend is set to continue with the application North Kent College and Chartered Management Institute, with of technologies such as virtual reality that is changing the way several courses contributing

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