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  • Mid-Coast Marine, Inc. (formerly Nelson Log Bronc) of Coos Bay, Ore., recently delivered its first 65-foot, twin-screw tugboat, the Andy Head (shown right), to Alaska Timber Corporation.

    The new vessel will perform towing and ship-handling jobs for the ATC plant in Klawock, Alaska.

    Designed by Jack Wilskey to meet American Bureau of Shipping and U.S. Coast Guard standards for structural strength and stability, the tug has a beam of 23 feet 10 inches and draft of 9 feet. The entire vessel is protected by extruded rubber "D" section fenders, plus extra protection on the bow to assist in the ship-docking process.

    Main propulsion is provided by two Cummins KT2300M V-12 diesel engines equipped with air starting, driving 68-inch-diameter, four-bladed Coolidge propellers in Mid-Coast Marine nozzles through Twin Disc MG530, 6:1 reverse/reduction gears. Keel cooling for the main engines is provided by Fernstrum units.

    Free-running speed on trials was 11 knots. The vessel has fuel capacity of 12,400 gallons and carries 3,000 gallons of fresh water.

    Power and maneuverability in a small package are the prime characteristics of this heavy-duty workboat.

    Engine and steering controls are provided at three locations.

    Full follow-up hydraulic steering is installed, in association with a Sperry MK8 autopilot system.

    Mathers air-operated engine controls are provided at the same locations — port and starboard in the pilothouse and at the aft tow winch station.

    Electric power for the various engine room pumps and heating system is provided by two Lima 30-kw ac generators, driven at 1,200 rpm by GM Detroit Diesel Allison model 3-71 engines. A 12- volt battery starting system is provided for the auxiliaries, as well as for emergency lighting and radio power.

    Staterooms for four crew members are located in the forecastle; the captain's stateroom is on the main deck. A spacious galley' dinette area on the port side of the main deck is fitted with electric range, r e f r i g e r a t o r , and freezer. A Microphor model M-30 marine sanitation system is installed to meet USCG regulations for effluent discharge.

    The Andy Head is named after the grandson of Edward E. Head, founder and president of Alaska Timber Corporation.

  • Jacksonville Shipyards, Inc. for extensive repairs and fitting of a new bulbous bow. The all-day technical session was convened by vice chairman-North Andy Lebet. The first presentation, titled "The Operator's Perspective" by Svenn Dahl, senior vice president, operations, Norwegian Caribbean Lines,

  • . Final papers are due June 15, 1992, and should be sent to ASNE-NNE, P.O. Box 206, Bath, Maine 04530. For further information contact: Mr. Deveau or Andy Hargreaves, M. Rosenblatt & Son, 101 Leeman Highway, Bath, Maine 04530; telephone: (207) 443-139

  • Chapter, Portsmouth, Va., of the Naval Civilian Administrators Association (NCAA). The testing superintendent from the Production Department succeeds Andy James, head, Employee Relations Division of the Industrial Relations Office. The other officers elected for this year are Mark H. Davis as vice

  • CTV design that responds to the specific demands of offshore wind manufacturers, developers and operators. According to Chartwell Marine Managing Director Andy Page, the need to create confidence with familiar designs still leaves room for innovation, and substantial opportunities exist for those who can optimize

  • Created just three years ago, Chartco embraces a small company's flexibility and innovative attitude but is supported by a big company bankroll. Dr. Andy Norris, Chartco's managing director, recently spent some time with MR/EN to discuss the present and future of electronic charts. The realization

  • , the South Catamaran 26m  (85 ft.) is the first of a new hull form from UK builder South Boats IOW with design carried out by Alicat Marine Design (AMD). Andy Page, Design and Project Manager at AMD, said, “The combination of these specialists, plus a wealth of hull form development and tank testing, has resulted

  • . Lou Vincent, vice president and general manager of Devoe Napko Protective Coatings, will be located in Houston and can be contacted at 1-800-231-6415. Andy House, vice president of marketing, will continue to be located in Baton Rouge at 1-800-535-8076. Grow Group, Inc. is one of the nation's largest

  • decline much as it did after the price increases of 1979-80. The decline then in trade would be almost 2 percent a year to about 1,530 tons in 1995. Andy Carpenter, Drewry managing director, said in all cases little growth was likely to occur in 1991-92, and most would take place from 1993 onward

  • will be Dennis Stonebridge, director of Drewry Shipping Consultants; Paul Slater, chairman of the First International Financial Corp.; and Andy Penfold or Steve Hanrahan, directors of Ocean Shipping Consultants. This conference will be of interest to all shipbuilding, shipowning, and ship

  • one productivity measurement after another, and it is apparent to the NCAA that Captain Kurzenhauser deserves singular credit for this," said Andy James, president of the local chapter, in presenting the award. Citing the fact that NNSY had completed more ships, 22, last year than any other

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    V VESSELS PATROL CRAFT Damen Patrol Vessels for Offshore Nigeria amen recently delivered a companies. Features of the 33m vessels four weeks and travel 1,200 nm in and ity and cost effectiveness to the bene? t pair of FCS 3307 high-spec include Damen’s trademark Axe Bow around Nigeria’s coastal and

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  • MN Nov-19#92 VESSELS
SAFE Boats Delivers 19th Boat to FDNY
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    VESSELS SAFE Boats Delivers 19th Boat to FDNY SAFE Boats International (SAFE) has delivered boats 17, 18 and 19 to the marine division of the New York Fire Department, all during the month of August. The three latest additions to the FDNY ? eet are 33’ full cabin boats, the most popular con? guration

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    ech file T “There are 440 alarms connected to each engine. For 20 of these, the alarm is a signal for us not to start the engine. These alerts go straight to vessel managers’ mobile phones so that checks can be carried out before the vessel leaves the harbor – and, crucially, this enables us to act

  • MN Nov-19#58 BOATBUILDING
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    BOATBUILDING 30% improvement in fuel economy, ceptional performance and helm con- turn completely around 180-degrees which improves the bottom line of trol in the most challenging marine in just four boat lengths at high speeds. your business. environments. The wave-piercing bow Along the way, Baltic

  • MT Oct-19#61 Tech Files
Blue Robotics’ Ping 360
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    Tech Files Blue Robotics’ Ping 360 Blue Robotics announced their newest product, the Ping360 Scanning Sonar, which offers small ROVs the ability to nav- igate in low visibility water conditions. The sonar achieves a new level of affordability, priced at $1,975. The Ping360 is available immediately from

  • MT Oct-19#60 Tech Files Research Vessel Tech
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    Tech Files Research Vessel Tech MacArtney to Supply Swedish Research Ship Deployment of MacArtney TRIAXUS for vertical pro? ling. Images: MacArtney After a successful Sea Acceptance Test LEDs, Laser Pointers and HD Zoom graphic data acquisition work and de- in the North Sea, MacArtney has signed

  • MT Oct-19#57 ZF T  ruster Tech for 
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    ZF T ruster Tech for R/V Roger Revelle The research vessel Roger Revelle is currently going through an extensive mid-life re? t. One of the upgrades to the vessel is the installation of tele- scoping thruster technology from ZF Marine. The vessel is owned by the US Navy and operated by the Scripps

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    Maritime Administration, and Besides the symposium itself, the of academics, industry leaders and pub- poster. The only programmatic require- Rear Adm. Andy Tiongson, commander event will be host, for the second year lic servants. The diverse group produced ment is that the proposal address the of Coast

  • MN Sep-19#51 VESSELS
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    VESSELS First Steel Cut for New Great Lakes Bulk Carrier more than 35 years. The new River-Class, self-unloading bulk carrier is believed to be the ? rst ship for U.S. Great Lakes service built on the Great Lakes since 1983. Mea- suring 639 feet in length (78 feet W / 45 feet H / 28,000 DWT), the ship

  • MN Sep-19#50 VESSELS
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    VESSELS Lowell Police Takes Delivery of New RIBCRAFT top T-top, antenna arch with integrated dive ladder, the 19’ RIB provides a comfortable platform for long patrols while offering an open deck and easy access to the water for diving and rescue. Powered by a 115HP Yamaha, this 5.85 will reach speeds in

  • MN Sep-19#36 builds, St. Johns Ship Building will begin work on a)
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    builds, St. Johns Ship Building will begin work on a sec- ond pair of identical tugs, as well as a pair of 39-ft truck- able tugs, for Smithbridge. Separately, St. Johns Ship Building built the 190-foot landing craft Grand Master II for Bahamas Ferries. Propul- sion is provided by twin Cummins QSK19 engines

  • MN Sep-19#34 SHIPBUILDING & REPAIR
“The 4,200 horsepower Elizabeth Anne)
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    SHIPBUILDING & REPAIR “The 4,200 horsepower Elizabeth Anne Class tugboat is the ultimate workhorse, bringing exceptional power and performance to Vane’s growing ? eet. We are thrilled with the results coming out of St. Johns Ship Building, and we know that our crews appreciate the comfort, safety and

  • MN Oct-19#46 COLUMN SAFETY
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    COLUMN SAFETY “As the OSV was just clearing the gate on the east side, it encountered a strong current to the east. As the vessel’s bow started to fall off, the captain took corrective action to counteract the unexpected current. Unfortunately, the current intensi

  • MN Oct-19#45  
Down S&R Rabbit Hole
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    COLUMN SAFETY “Minor” Incident Sends Mariner Down S&R Rabbit Hole By Randy O’Neill It was early afternoon on a late sum- USCG’s New England of? ce informed the captain that it mer day in a busy commercial and ? sh- had initiated an administrative proceeding against his cre- ing port in coastal New England.

  • MN Mar-19#58 PRODUCTS
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  • MT Sep-19#8 Technology New & Notable
VideoRay wins Navy Deal
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  • MP Q3-19#12 CYBER SECURITY
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    CYBER SECURITY Are You Cyber Safe? “Parasitic malware feasts on critical infrastructure” “Digital vigilantes weaponize vulnerability disclosure” “Rushed digital transformation destroys trust” t’s easy to become desensitized to cyber threats in the face detect and protect against cyber dangers (see Figure 1).

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  • MR Aug-19#53 H
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  • MR Aug-19#50  THE SHIPYARD
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