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  • William N. Johnston was elected president of the American Bureau Shipping at the semiannual meeting of the ABS board of managers held in New York City on September 20, Robert T.

    Young, chairman and president, announced. Mr. Young, who will remain chairman of the board of ABS, said that Mr. Johnston will assume his duties as president on November 1.

    Mr. Johnston will become the 12th president of the international ship classification society in its 115-year history. He joined ABS in 1951, and served as a Surveyor for seven years in Europe, and eight years in the United States before being appointed Principal Surveyor for New Orleans.

    In 1968, he was appointed Principal Surveyor for Western Europe, headquartered in London, England. He returned to the United States in 1972, when he was appointed assistant to the chairman. Mr. Johnston was elected a vice president in 1974, and senior vice president in 1976.

    A native of Mobile, Ala., Mr.

    Johnston g r a d u a t e d f r om the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in naval architecture and marine engineering. He also graduated from Auburn University, Auburn, Ala., with a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering.

    During his academic career, he was elected to Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering fraternity, and Pi Tau Sigma, honorary mechanical engineering fraternity, and was also a member of Sigma Chi social fraternity.

    Mr. Johnston is a member of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, the American Welding Society, and is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects and the Institute of Marine Engineers. He is a member of the Union League Club, New York, and the Army and Navy Club, Washington, D.C.

    Mr. Johnston is also vice president of ABS Computers, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the American Bureau of Shipping.

  • , Interdiction and Surveillance Vessels, capable of operating in severe sea and weather conditions. These hulls come with an added propulsion twist. The PI-65 is a tactically sized Coastal and Offshore Craft, designed to be a highly reliable combatant craft capable of operating from land or maritime platforms

  • Seaward is now the exclusive U.S. representative. Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., makes a wide variety of rubber fenders, primarily for docks and piers, which complement Seaward International's line of foam-filled marine fenders. Seaward manufactures the Sea Cushion® fender. More recently, Seaward

  • funds and grants are available to pay for patrol vessels for local government entities. Abroad, patrol boats are needed to counter terrorism, crime and piracy and to shore up weak maritime defenses. “Large vessels with limited mobility have become sitting ducks for motivated terrorists with small boats

  • the crane will be the first of its type to go into operation in an American harbor. Delivery is set for spring 1985. The multi-purpose crane concept, as pi- oneered and refined by Kone, increases the versatility and flexibility of ports' quays. One crane can handle a great variety of commodities, regardless

  • Council of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, a member of The American Society of Naval Engineers, The Society of Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, and is a licensed professional engineer in the State of New York

  • Owners Mutual Protection and Indemnity Association, Inc. (the American Club), 25 Broad Street, New York, N.Y. 10004, has announced that three new shipping companies have been added to its growing roster of members. New members include McAllister Bros., Inc. of New York (the Club's first tug and barge

  • John T. Gilbride, chairman and chief executive officer of Todd Shipyards Corporation, will be installed as the 33rd president of the Whitehall Club on November 21, 1978, at the club's Presidential Ball. Mr. Gilbride has been a member of the Whitehall Club since 1958. He joined the board of governors

  • The 13 P&I Clubs within the International Group continue to dominate the world market for shipowners' liability insurance despite increasing competition in recent years from fixed premium facilities. The development of the fixed premium market and, in particular, the rapid growth of the P&I account

  • fleet operations; C. Jeff Goodell, director of chartering and traffic; Lawrence E. Cahill, If your ri is lower ship is i telex. W you a rr cents pi to cut d and receiving. So you miss a information. Information that ' much greater control over you operations. Information that wi practically

  • , Calif., as well as San Francisco. Among his duties for MGA, Mr. Russell was project manager for the engineering of the new cryogenics vessel Cornucopia for Collier Carbon and Chemical, a task which this firm shares with Todd Shipyards Corporation. Mr. Russell holds a B.S. degree in marine engineering

  • On January 17, 1977, in the main lounge of The Whitehall Club, New York, N.Y., The Geo. W. Rogers Construction Corporation, represented by George B. White, its president, and F. Rogers Ketcham, vice president and nephew of the late George W. Rogers, presented to The Whitehall Club a special edition

  • MR May-19#31  with the navigation and  XRF pistol that scans fuel and)
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    also use a point-and-click and, during sulfur inspections, will “ide- vessels that are sailing, but now we’re tremely pleased” with the navigation and XRF pistol that scans fuel and can deter- ally” be followed by a support craft, au- the ? rst in the world to systematically use ? ight control of the Sky

  • MN May-19#29 The blue water, deep-sea model of loss prevention is not)
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    The blue water, deep-sea model of loss prevention is not P&I C : N J ‘ B ’OVER OT UST FOR THE LUES intrinsically any different from that which governs the in- In the green water sector – offshore energy support, for land marine sector. However, because blue water vessels example – some stakeholders

  • MN May-19#28  option, particularly  As the typical inland operator depends)
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    premium, commercial underwriters, for the larger op- ? ect the risks being insured.” erators, club P&I may still be the best option, particularly As the typical inland operator depends on ? xed priced in- for those carrying petroleum cargoes. All that said; it is esti- surance, ‘the race to the bottom’ is

  • MN May-19#26  in the mid-1990’s was precipitated by many things. 
Today)
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    water? And should inland operators welcome them home? By Joseph Keefe A mass exodus from the inland marine sector by P&I clubs in the mid-1990’s was precipitated by many things. Today, these very same vessels have been put under the subchapter M regime, and most are adapting SMS as a culture in the process

  • MN May-19#2 CONTENTS
MarineNews  May 2019  •  Volume 30   Number)
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    CONTENTS MarineNews May 2019 • Volume 30 Number 5 INSIGHTS 16 Dennis Wilmsmeyer Executive Director, America’s Central Port INSURANCE 26 Risk Management on the Inland Waterways Evolves FeaturesFeatures Credit: Mike Little Is it time for P&I clubs to return to brown water? And should inland

  • MR Apr-19#26  TO RECOG-
NIZE THAT THE TIME OF PILOT EQUIP-
MENT AND DEMOS)
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    OFFSHORE ENERGY • OFFSHORE WIND WE NEED SCALE TO BRING DOWN THE COSTS OF FLOATING WIND ENERGY. THAT MEANS THAT WE HAVE TO RECOG- NIZE THAT THE TIME OF PILOT EQUIP- MENT AND DEMOS ARE NOW BEHIND US. WE HAVE PROVEN TECHNOLOGIES READY TO GO COMMERCIAL – AND “ NEED TO PLAN ACCORDINGLY. We think we can

  • MR Apr-19#19 Sonardyne’s PIES to Monitor U.S. Gulf Current
Sonardyne)
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    Sonardyne’s PIES to Monitor U.S. Gulf Current Sonardyne International will be used ray for a planned 10-year-long research es, Engineering and Medicine’s Gulf Re- Deepwater Horizon oil spill. The long as part of a $2 million scienti? c study of campaign. search Programme, which was founded term

  • MR Mar-19#14  has been  three priority R&D topics: Joan Bondareff, a maritime)
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    support- To get started, the Consortium has opment.” The Directory raises two important ed. Funding for such an of? ce has been three priority R&D topics: Joan Bondareff, a maritime attorney questions: (1) Who’s looking at the Di- part of previous Governors’ budgets and • Wind plant technology advance-

  • MT Mar-19#35   tonomous functions. We’re developing this technology at an)
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    of vehicles, which will encompass residency, robotic, and au- with the variety of work scopes where ROVs could be involved, tonomous functions. We’re developing this technology at an and the potential they had to develop further. I later transferred advanced stage now, and we expect to be trialing one of

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  • MP Q1-19#60  against ships and crews around  pirates in a speedboat hijacked)
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    on the world’s seas in 2018, with a tical miles off Bonny Island, Nigeria. Two days later, Nigerian marked rise in attacks against ships and crews around pirates in a speedboat hijacked a tanker underway 100 nauti- PWest Africa, the International Chamber of Commerce’s cal miles off Point Noire, Congo. Eight

  • MP Q1-19#45  voyages to the Arctic island of Spitsbergen.  ships are projected)
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    , this program became the frst in the world to Looking ahead again, a total of 272 CLIA-member cruise provide civilian voyages to the Arctic island of Spitsbergen. ships are projected to be in operation by June 2019. Beyond These original routes still form the core of some of their most this, two other

  • MR Jan-19#53  3.5  Some 11 years after developing her  the main saloon resembles)
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    . of a French, art deco theme. The sole in the ? owing, contemporary exterior con- ment. With an intended build time of 3.5 Some 11 years after developing her the main saloon resembles Liberty-style tours with a long bow and extended su- years, she was conceived in 2007 on the original lines, Saunders

  • MR Jan-19#51   top part with fuel tanks, keeping her 
meters of sails in)
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    . cent of which is ? lled with lead and the press of a button, setting 2,900 square She has a single level engine room with top part with fuel tanks, keeping her meters of sails in only seven minutes. regeneration mode under sail. weight low. Her massive masts are ac- S/Y Black Pearl: 30 knots This landmark

  • MP Q4-18#44  and modern technology. The Pi-
graph on every page builds)
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    REGULATORY REVIEW doesn’t appear even once. It’s all about the money. Every para- making the best use of proven and modern technology. The Pi- graph on every page builds to the same scold: that the Coast lotage Review Chair has made a series of recommendations that Guard, once again, is giving us the shaft.

  • MT Nov-18#14  London, the most popular 
topics and technologies will)
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    Jonathan Heastie, Reed Exhibitions oices Like London, the most popular topics and technologies will in- clude Unmanned Vehicles, Vessels and Robotics, Ocean Observation and Sensing technologies and Hy- drography, Geophysics and Geo- technics. We’re also reprising our “Catch the Next Wave” program from

  • MN Dec-18#22 COLUMN OP/ED
2018 Green Apple Spill Exercise
Committed to)
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    COLUMN OP/ED 2018 Green Apple Spill Exercise Committed to providing tugboat and towing vessel operators with a platform to meet regularity requirements and collaborate with local resources, the annual event also reminds us that Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance. By Richard Paine, Jr. On September

  • MR Nov-18#102 . With the  Gladding-Hearn: New pilot 
operations from RIBCRAFT)
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    Rosborough Boats) RIB for tow and commercial diving cess of 55 mph, ful? lling its mission as a speeds of more than 50 mph. With the Gladding-Hearn: New pilot operations from RIBCRAFT USA fast-response boat. The RIBCRAFT 7.8 patented Bullfrog ? otation collar and a boat deliveries RIBCRAFT USA recently

  • MR Nov-18#59  vessels, medium) 38
hot water spilled on his entire body.)
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    48 an infant suffered a serious scald by Could you please tell us what you Over the last 20 years, maritime secu- PM (patrol vessels, medium) 38 hot water spilled on his entire body. As think has not changed and what rity organizations have been established PS (patrol vessels, small) 33 it was beyond help

  • MP Q3-18#51  regulator Ofcom. ippines. This increased activity)
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    before securing hardware and from countries such as Bangladesh, Indonesia, India and the Phil- a license from the UK’s communications regulator Ofcom. ippines. This increased activity has ensured that LSC can provide Another key development involves LSC’s port levy initiative spiritual support aligned

  • MP Q3-18#34  of waterfront warehouses 
sissippi State Port Authority at)
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    PORT DEVELOPMENT hen Jonathan Daniels, executive director of the Mis- Approximately 430,000 square feet of waterfront warehouses sissippi State Port Authority at Gulfport spoke to the and freezer facilities were completely destroyed by Hurricane Waudience at the annual state of the port luncheon July

  • MT Oct-18#40  the glider surfaced, enabling pi-
lots in Australia or the)
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    real-time communication systems and adaptive management of the glider was also tested, using satellite communications when the glider surfaced, enabling pi- lots in Australia or the US (depending on the time of day) to guide the glider to investigate anomalies in greater detail, and inform the survey

  • MR Oct-18#42  automation in ship  wonderful pipeline of students into ship-
oper)
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    design and construction, we are the design competition has created a Fellow of the Warwick Rotary Club. seeing increased automation in ship wonderful pipeline of students into ship- operations that helps reduce costs, but building careers. large naval vessels are not yet ready 1946 1952 1955 ENIAC,

  • MT Jul-18#24  leverages innovative designs, inspira-
more than 1,000 units)
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    line covers a breadth of technology ? agship product, the BlueROV2, is a popular mini-ROV with areas and consistently leverages innovative designs, inspira- more than 1,000 units in use. tion from proven technologies, and an emphasis on afford- While working on a project to send an autonomous solar ability