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  • First announced this past fall, a new four-year agreement between Marlink and Radisson Seven Seas, was finalized during a press conference at this year's Sea Trade Cruise Shipping Convention in Miami, Fla. Held at the Raleigh Hotel, executives from Marlink. (a wholly owned subsidiary of Telenor); and Radisson Seven Seas Cruises, the briefing outlined the satellite services that will be provided onboard Seven Seas Navigator and newbuild Seven Seas Voyager, which is to be launched this year. The two vessels will join Seven Seas Mariner, which has been offering Marlink's service since 2001. in providing high speed data communications at 128 kbps. The new agreement calls for Marlink to serve as the preferred interface between maritime customers and the satellite communications industry, while providing Sealink highspeed data service. The systems allow passengers and crew to obtain the highest level of access to e-mail, fax and phone services. The agreement with Radisson is two-fold. With Sealink providing totally integrated system solutions via Telenor's former NORSAT Sealink service with Telenor's C-Band services of its U.S.-based entity, Telenor will be responsible for all elements - including equipment, space segment for C and Ku-band, gateway functions, installation, and operation and maintenance of each system.

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  • Radisson Seven Seas' 700-passenger Seven Seas Mariner entered dry-dock for 24 days during April to undergo repairs to one of the two pods in its pod propulsion system. As a result, the line has had to cancel the vessel's April 22. 26 and May 9 cruises. The vessel is expected to return to service

  • of the UK, also expresses the market's receptivity to a further option and additional player. Two Dolphin propulsors have been ordered for Radisson Seven Seas' 48,000-gt diesel-electric cruise liner under construction at Mariotti's premises in Genoa harbor. STN Atlas Marine's prowess in electrical engineeri

  • . Since then he has served in several capacities, including technical supervisor, division engineer, and assistant division manager of the Discoverer Seven Seas during its worldwide drilling operations. Based in Aberdeen, Scotland, Mr. King will have responsibility for the company's drilling operations

  • Seven Seas Towing, Inc., 201 Louisiana Street, P.O. Box 464, Westwego, La. 70094, has announced the appointment of Capt. L.S. Cleveland as operations manager. His responsibilities include all operations of the growing fleet such as personnel, maintenance, rigging and logistics. He will also be

  • Seven Seas Voyager, the new 50,000-gt cruise ship under construction by T. Mariotti at its Genoa yard for delivery to Radisson Seven Seas in 2003, will be among the first ships to be equipped with the new Dolphin podded propulsion system, a system which was jointly developed by STN ATLAS Marine Electroni

  • Seven Seas Voyager, the new 50,000-gt cruise ship under construction at T. Mariotti Shipyard in Genoa, Italy for Radisson Seven Seas, will be among the first ships to house the new Dolphin podded propulsion system jointly developed by STN Atlas Marine Electronics and John Crane- Lips. The vessel

  • christened recently at the yard of her builder, Quality Equipment, Inc., in Houma, La. The tug is owned by Bayou Marine Corporation and operated by Seven Seas Towing, Inc. The vessel was christened by Mrs. Virgie Rome Broussard, daughter of Maurice Rome major stockholder in Bayou Marine. Bayou Marine

  • Project Jupiter, an initiative to create a leading portfolio of Onsite Specialist Contractors, sees ABB, SOLAS, Seven Seas and more invest $3.7m at Bahrain-based ASRY in 2014, with more in the pipeline. ASRY has seen several global specialist contractors, including ABB, SOLAS, and Seven Seas increase

  • . Noise and vibration effects are similarly reduced. STN Atlas recently delivered and installed the first two Dolphin podded propulsion systems aboard Seven Seas Voyager, the new 49,000 gt cruiseliner built by T. Mariotti at its Genoa yard for V. Ships Leisure/Radisson Seas. The vessel commenced sea trials

  • the world, was the most recent to place an order for BOS EFS to improve fuel efficiency. To date, references include American President Line APL, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Wärtsilä, Townsend Thorensen, London Overseas Freighters, B&I and others.  Even with numerous references under its belt, Blue Ocean Solutions

  • including technology in our discussions. And, it doesn’t matter what sector of global shipping in which you find yourself slow-steaming across the seven seas. The rapid infusion of technology into newbuild and existing hulls alike is no longer a pricey luxury add-on to consider. Those who fail to incorporate

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