Holland America Cruises has appointed Daved F. Lauth vice president of Technical/Nautical Operations. In this new senior management position, Mr. Lauth will be responsible for the strategic planning and analysis of Holland America's technical and nautical needs as well as the coordination of technical and nautical operations with other divisions within the company.
Mr. Lauth, a rear admiral with 31 years of service in the U.S.
Coast Guard, enjoys a national reputation as an outstanding manager, having had the responsibility of directing the activities of over 1,400 military and c i v i l i an personnel in Hawaii, Guam, Japan, American Samoa and other locations in the Pacific Basin. During his Coast Guard career, Mr. Lauth worked to implement the National Safety Program for recreational boating. As Deputy Director for the U.S.
Coast Guard he set policy for personnel administration on boating safety, and had active command of several Coast Guard vessels.
Mr. Lauth holds a degree in engineering from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy and a master's degree in public administration from the University of Pittsburgh.
Navigating through U.S. Maritime Security Requirements The U.S. Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) imposes various maritime security requirements on operating in waters subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. Maritime security regulations promulgated by the U.S. Coast Guard
Capt. Barry C. Roberts, USCG, recently assumed command of the U.S. Coast Guard Yard in Curtis Bay, Md. He becomes the 29th commanding officer in the 82-year history of the yard, the only shipbuilding and repair facility of the U.S. Coast Guard. During a recent ceremony, Rear Adm. Robert S. Lucas
, vice commandant, U.S. Coast Guard, will deliver the symposium's keynote address on Thursday. Technical areas to be addressed by government and industry experts from the U.S., U.K., and European continent include fast-attack-craft hull forms, hull-form hydrodynamics, special-warfare craft, combatpatrol-
for Compliance with IMO Voluntary Ballast Water Guidelines" and implement the IMO standards. Operators can report their ballast water treatments by using the form in the guidelines and sendingit to the nearest U.S. Coast Guard Captain of Port. For further information, contact: Lt. Jonathan C. Burton
, an agency within the Department of Transportation. Mr. Gaughan will be responsible for the agency's liaison with the maritime industry, overseeing Mar- Ad's public affairs activities, and, in coordination with the Office of the Secretary, contacts with the Congress on maritime
The U.S. Coast Guard has approved Sarex oil/water separators to control polluted waters being discharged from shipboard bilges and shoreside stations. Said to be the first such certification issued by the Coast Guard for oil/water separators, it was granted to Separation and Recovery Systems, Inc.
, and was awarded certification by the American Bureau of Shipping and the U.S. Coast Guard. Initial trials were held in Lake Pontchartrain, La. Because of its unique design, additional trials were held in Gulfport, Miss. The purpose of the trials, which are required by the U.S. Coast Guard and
The September hearing held by the House subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation centered on maritime transportation regulations and their ultimate impact on safety, security, jobs and the environment. As various industry advocates used the public venue as a vehicle to vent and for elected
The Tenth Naval Hydrodynamics Symposium will be held June 24-28, 1974 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass. This internationally recognized symposium has been held biennially since 1956, alternately in this country and abroad. This year, the symposium is being sponsored
Capt. Alfred J. Tatman, USCG (ret.), has been named East Gulf representative for Bergeron Industries, Inc., William T. Bergeron, executive vice president, announced. Captain Tatman was graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in 1946 with a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering. He
largest and oldest manufacturer of fire extinguishing equipment. Aptly called "Mariner," the new portable extinguisher, engineered to handle fires caused by spills of gasoline, grease, oil, etc., has twice the firefighting capability as the common 5-B :C units on the market. Backed by Kidde's half
SMART SUBSEA SOLUTIONS S2C TECHNOLOGY: COMMUNICATION AND TRACKING COMBINED - time, space and cost - saving solutions - low power consumption for autonomous operations - advanced data delivery algorithms, addressing and networking, remotely con?gurable settings - extendable platform with multiple con?guration
531536 9 . . . . . .Copenhagen Subsea A/S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.copenhagensubsea.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Please visit us online 15 . . . . .Deep Ocean Engineering, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.deepocean.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
cility in the Kingdom, Fugro will train applications. Abstracts can be submitted Polarcus Scores Two Seismic Saudi students to become ROV pilots for speaking slots or poster paper pre- Survey Projects and engineers for work in both industry sentations. All accepted speakers will and marine research.
MacArtney and his wife Winnie worked out of their home, MacArtney Underwater Technology has turned into a market leader within the underwater technology industry. At the beginning MacArtney was solely a distributor of cables and connectors for offshore use but gradually focus was directed to- Forum wards engineerin
incorporation of the patented helically grooved technology are used to protect personnel and equipment by providing dramatically improves operational drilling windows. The de- time to evacuate people, close down critical equipment and sign achieves this through a combination of reduced drag and for
Saipem’s Hydrone platform, on show at MCE Deepwater Development. launch and recovery and docking basket. The basket would be used to recover the MARINE SPATIAL vehicle for any maintenance, etc. DATA SPECIALISTS The docking station will also house QPS makes industry leading software for system
Store files (XTF format) 1953 County Street, East Taunton MA 02718 USA RU(PDLOLQIR#MZ¿VKHUVFRPZZZMZ¿VKHUVFRP www.marinetechnologynews.com Marine Technology Reporter 33 MTR #4
modeling of the precisely to match the test parameters,” said Foster. computational ? uid dynamics, then build a physical model to The test objects are suspended in a 10 x 10 by 43 ft. long test in our tow tank. Then we can test that model, or a larger chamber. The chamber can be drained and opened to
U.S. Navy photo by Nicholas Malay/Released Data stream 5RZH7HFKQRORJLHV5LYHU4DWULPDUDQLQWHJUDWHG$FRXVWLF'RSSOHU&XUUHQW3URÀOHU (ADCP) system, represents the industry state-of-the-art in river discharge calculations. Available in single and dual operating frequencies of 300, 600, and 1200 kHz, RiverQ is ideal for
in the Maneuvering and Seakeeping Basin in Carderock, Md. Jessica McElman, an electrical engineer at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, adjusts a magnetic ? eld sensor in the model track located in the Magnetic Fields Laboratory in West Bethesda, Md. The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock
The William B Morgan Large Cavitation Channel (LCC) is a large variable-pressure closed-loop water tunnel that has been operated by the US Navy in Memphis, Tenn., USA, since 1991. This facility is well designed for a wide variety of hydrodynamic and hydroacoustic tests. Its overall size and capa- bilitie
Research Facilities Inside Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division Navy Tests Scale Models in Big Facilities By Edward Lundquist (U.S. Navy photos) May 2018 28 MTR MTR #4 (18-33).indd 28 MTR #4 (18-33).indd 28 5/10/2018 9:19:14 AM5/10/2018 9:19:14 AM
is working with a wave energy buoy ? rm on such a concept) Indeed, BHGE is working on a battery powered DHSV, which and using wireless communication. is expected to be ready in 2020. Combining electri? cation with ethernet and ? ber optic com- munications then enables that data to be readily available
of the company, and the product you offer. you have vehicles in the water? Are there any systems Based in Ireland, Xocean was founded in early 2017. Using sold? unmanned surface vessels (USVs), Xocean offers turnkey We launched the ? rst unit in January 2018 and since then we data collection services
SIMPLIFYING THE BATHYMETRIC PROCESSING WORKFLOW Usability through Automation HIPS and SIPS 11.0 automates the number crunching so you can focus on the quality of your data and catching up on your email. Open a line o ta f dt of data o of raw data from one of several supported sonars without the need
May 2018 Contents Volume 61 • Number 4 Voices James Ives, Xocean 12 Xocean is a new company using USVs as a data collector for the oceans. By Greg Trauthwein Offshore 18 Rope it Synthetic rope advantages in deep water operations. 2222 By Gregory Norton Interconnect Put a Socket in It 22 There’s an
Ship o Eas to courtesy of Eas Photo Photo courte esy y of Ea astern S Shipbuilding GroupPhoto courtesy of Easte tern Shipbuilding Groupng Group | | Visit us at Inland Marine Expo Booth #320 ITS Marseille Stand #129 Seawork International Stand #PO41 & PO79 COV2, C3 &C4 MR May 2018.indd 3 COV2
EQUIPMENT AND THE ENVIRONMENT... LOOK TO LUBRIPLATE® MARINE LUBRICANTS THE ULTIMATE IN HIGH-PERFORMANCE, VGP COMPLIANT LUBRICANTS MADE FOR THE WORKBOAT INDUSTRY ATB BIOBASED EP-2 GREASE • Meets U.S. EPA Vessel General Permit (VGP) Requirements. • Passes U.S. EPA Static Sheen Test 1617. • Passes U.S. EPA Acute
#Page#Advertiser Website Phone # C2ABS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.eagle.org . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Please visit us online 3MAN Diesel & Turbo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.mandieselturbo.com . . . . . . . . . . . .Please visit online 45Anchor Maine & Supply, Inc
that can be found posted now on www.MaritimeJobs.com Category: Shipboard Of? cer / Personnel / Crew Master Mariner Master Unlimited (USCG Licensed) Full Time , Company Employee Job Location: 12700 Towne Park Way, Suite 319 Louis- Phoenix Processor Limited Partnership Category: Shipboard
, only to companies with continuing advertising programs in this publication, whether an advertise- BUYER’S DIRECTORY ment appears in every issue or not. Because it is an editorial service, unpaid and not part of the advertisers contract, MR assumes no responsibility for errors. If you are interested in having
the last two years. and participation that came from the the average respondent had worked in we cannot benchmark our training ap- bene? ts the entire industry. Secure and global maritime community. a training-related role in their current proaches and learn from the successes anonymized MarTID data provides
to simulation to eLearning, simulator training is the standard when it comes to training bridge of? cers Simulation Simulation with over 86% of companies using simulators to train them. 60% use simulators when it comes to training their engineering of? cers. Investment into simulation training is increasing
Dr. Michael Ekow MANUEL Associate Professor / Safe, Ef? cient and Nippon Foundation Chair Head of Maritime Education & Training (MET) Specialization Sustainable Maritime Ops World Maritime University The maritime industry is one of the training of seafarers was agreed – the self-evident, some approaches