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  • A new 20-page, fully illustrated catalog which describes in detail propellers and related items for trawlers, towboats, seagoing and harbor tugboats, etc., has been published by Coolidge Propellers, Michigan Wheel Division, Dana Corporation, Seattle, Wash.

    In addition to illustrating, describing, and chartering Coolidge's four major types of propellers in stainless steel and bronze — the Atlantic Type, Pacific Type, Type B and Type D — the new catalog also explains the efficiencies of ducted propeller systems, details propulsion shafting, charts SAE standard tapers for tailshafts and propeller hubs, and includes a time and speed table in statute or nautical miles per hour.

    Various other related items are also illustrated and comprehensively charted including split steel shaft couplings; cone tail nuts and zinc caps; bronze stuffing boxes babbitted; bronze bulkhead stuff boxes; heavy duty bronze sea fittings; and fiber or rubberlined stern bearings.

    Copies of the catalog are available upon request to H.R. Ginther, Coolidge Propellers, Fairview Avenue, East, Seattle, Wash. 98102.

  • Dravo SteelShip Corporation of Pine Bluff, Ark., has announced the recent completion and delivery of two pushboats to owners in the Gulf Coast area. Each of the vessels is 56 feet long, with a beam of 22 feet and depth of 7 feet. The Jo Ree, delivered to Weber Marine, Inc. of Burnside, La. is powere

  • —Free Color Brochure Offered Bird-Johnson Company of Walpole, Mass., recently announced the acquisition of a new series of stainless steel propeller patterns from the recently closed Columbian Bronze Corporation of Freeport, N.Y. These patterns will expand the company's standard line of workboat and

  • Jered Industries, 1300 South Coolidge Road, Birmingham, Mich. 48008, have recently been awarded two major contracts for their vacuum flush sewage handling system. The total value of the contracts are in excess of $2,000,000. Both systems comply with the Type III no-discharge requirements specified

  • David A. Johnson has been named manager of the Propulsion Systems Group at Michigan Wheel Division, Dana Corporation. The announcement was made by H.L. VanderMey, p r e s i d e n t of the Grand Rapids, Mich., division. Mr. Johnson comes to his new position from Michigan Wheel's Coolidge Division

  • Johnny Conrad, president of Johnny's Propeller Shop, has announced the completion of a 5,000- square-foot addition to the company's Houma, La., facility. The company, founded in 1963 and headquartered in Morgan City, La., is one of the largest propeller repair operations in the Central Gulf Coast

  • Ideal Machine & Manufacturing, Inc. of Tacoma, Wash., has recently completed the first "Kort" type nozzle to a new design and construction system developed by Tacoma designer Nils Lucander. This nozzle was built for a new 41-foot tug also designed by Mr. Lucander. It has an inside diameter of 4512

  • MARCO Seattle recently delivered its second vessel to the Hawaiian Islands, this one a 64-foot steel work boat named Nene (shown above). Built for Uaukewai Diving, Salvage and Fishing Co. of Honolulu, the new vessel is named for the now-rare wild goose that is the state bird of Hawaii. Uaukewai

  • The University of California at San Diego has purchased the 125- foot supply/geophysical survey vessel Midnight Alaskan from Midnight Boat Company of Berwick, La., for operation by the worldfamous Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla, Calif. The research craft will be renamed the Robert

  • Moss Point Marine, Inc. of Escatawpa, Miss., recently launched a big towing/supply vessel for Intermarine of Houston. The vessel has an overall length of 218 feet, beam of 40 feet, and depth of 14 feet. It was named the Big Orange XXL "Intermarine needed a specialized vessel, so we 'stretched' our

  • Moss Point Marine recently launched the first of two 140-foot by 32-foot by 11-foot utility boats for Argosy Offshore, Ltd., of Lafayette, La. The Argosy Mate will be joined in the very near future by the Argosy Chief. These two vessels will complete a five-boat package for Argosy by Moss Point Marin

  • —Free Literature A v a i l a b l e— McDermott Shipyard, New Orleans, La., has delivered a 1,475-passenger ferry to the Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority in Massachusetts. The 3,000-horsepower, twinscrew vessel, named the Eagle, is 233 feet long, with a 60-foot beam

  • MP Q3-19#10  a tale as old as time. Which is why some of the oldest)
    Jul/Aug 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 10

    INSIGHTS The Latest Waterfront Development Hustle t’s a tale as old as time. Which is why some of the oldest for private development – a new housing, of? ce, luxury hotel, land use regulations, notably the public trust doctrine, have and baseball stadium proposal by the Oakland A’s. Isurvived as basic

  • MT May-19#58 Products Beacons, Flashers, Trackers
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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    Products Beacons, Flashers, Trackers Beacons, Flashers & Trackers: Products to Promote Safety at Sea By Tom Mulligan L3 Technologies, together with So- tracking and communications with up to The Oculus M750d is a general-pur- nardyne, will offer 6G-enabled capabil- 10 AUVs at the same time. pose dual-freque

  • MR Sep-18#14  the Author
where you should 
Captain Paul Whyte MBE AFNI)
    September 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 14

    It’s not where you are It’s About the Author where you should Captain Paul Whyte MBE AFNI, Associ- ate Master Mariner, LOC has 37 years’ seagoing experience and 12 years’ sea command. LOC is an independent ma- that matters be rine and engineering consultancy and ECDIS & ELECTRONIC DATA survey organizat

  • MP Q1-17#25 Photos: Information Services Department of Hong Kong)
    Jan/Feb 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 25

    Photos: Information Services Department of Hong Kong SAR Government it comes to bee? ng up berths to support the new post-Panama reach cranes. Those improvements continue at a breakneck pace because Hong Kong’s chief advantages leverage not only its naturally deep harbors and centrally located geography

  • MR Dec-16#8 MARITIMEPROFESSIONAL.COM
Laudable Logistics
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    December 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    MARITIMEPROFESSIONAL.COM Laudable Logistics Happy Holidays from Hong Kong About the Author Hong Kong’s impressive logistics hub(s) set to get Joseph Keefe is the lead commenta- tor of MaritimeProfessional.com. Ad- even better. A local look at all of it from the sixth ditionally, he is Editor of both

  • MN Jun-16#41 COMBAT & PATROL CRAFT
up. In the meantime, those yards)
    June 2016 - Marine News page: 41

    COMBAT & PATROL CRAFT up. In the meantime, those yards with est boatbuilding acquisitions, is look- a more diverse backlog portfolio are ing to the overseas markets to keep its likely to be the best candidates to not hand in the game. The effort, balanced only survive the down times, but also against

  • MN Sep-15#22 COLUMN FINANCE
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    September 2015 - Marine News page: 22

    COLUMN FINANCE There are the so-called ‘Five C’s of Lending’: Credit (ability to repay), Capital (amount borrowed), Collateral (quality of mortgaged asset), Character (track record) and Conditions (covenants). These Five C’s have always been crucial, and the changing market conditions at present don’t

  • MT May-15#52 Products
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    May 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    Products bration techniques, POS MV SurfMaster delivers robust georeferencing for small Teledyne TSS Launches Powertrack platforms, both manned and unmanned. Subsea Cable Tracker SurfMaster is fully supported by Appla- nix’ post processing software POSPac MMS, and can deliver roll and pitch ac- curacy

  • MT May-15#19 developed and built by H-Scienti? c Ltd., in Waterlooville)
    May 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 19

    developed and built by H-Scienti? c Ltd., in Waterlooville, In looking at your vessel and its capabilities, U.K. The Micro-Spectre system provides all the autopilot, rank the top three markets/niches you see it powering and sensor control systems onboard, allowing pilots serving best, with short

  • MN Jan-15#49 DECK EQUIPMENT
wires and wing wires, the Patterson line of)
    January 2015 - Marine News page: 49

    DECK EQUIPMENT wires and wing wires, the Patterson line of S.A.R.C’s in- in the system. Its superior alignment capabilities allow clude all of the features a quality inland operator expects: for this, while minimizing the need for overdesign. This optimized sheave materials for both synthetic rope and

  • MT Nov-14#12  
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    November 2014 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 12

    News Study: Worldwide Ship Traf c up 300% since 1992 aritime traf? c on the world’s chant ? eets have both enlarged rapidly study is that they have a unique dataset, oceans has increased four- over the past two decades, explaining that maybe we’re looking at for the ? rst Mfold over the past 20

  • MR Dec-14#10  Reporter & Engineering News • DECEMBER 2014  
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    December 2014 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    10 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • DECEMBER 2014 U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier Leaves Drydock With tugboats guiding it into the James River, the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) was moved from one of Newport News Shipbuilding’s drydocks to an outfi tting berth. With this move

  • MR May-77#7 Campbell Industries Completes Specialized 
Vessel Designed)
    May 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 7

    Campbell Industries Completes Specialized Vessel Designed To Tow Oil Drilling Rigs i The Independence Service, built by Campbell Industries, San Diego, Calif., was recently delivered to Zapata Marine (U.S.), Inc., a Zapata Corporation subsidiary. The 208-foot ship will go into service initially in

  • MR May-15-77#50 BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) 
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    May 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 50

    BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) Colt Industries, Water 0 Waste Management Operation, Beloit, Wise. 5351 1 Demco, Inc., P.O. Box 94700, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 Engelhard Industries, Chloropac Systems, 2655 U.S. Rt. 22, Union, N.J. 07083 Eureka Chemical Co., P.O. Box 2205, So. San Francisco, CA

  • MR Sep-77#62 BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) 
PLATENS 
Welding Wholesale)
    September 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 62

    BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) PLATENS Welding Wholesale Co., Div. J.A. Cunningham Eqpt., Inc., 2151 Dreer St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19125 POLLUTION CONTROL Argo Marine, Pollution Systems Division, 140 Franklin St., New York, N.Y. 10013 Baylor Company, P.O. Box 36326, Houston, Texas 77036 Colt

  • MR Oct-77#5 MICHIGAN WHEEL DIVISION DANA CORPORATION 
Over 60 years)
    October 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 5

    MICHIGAN WHEEL DIVISION DANA CORPORATION Over 60 years of ex- perience, together with a special interest in stain- less steel resulted in the first commercial stainless propeller—by Coolidge. That's why Coolidge is known as the leading pro- ducer of stainless-steel propellers through 13 ft.

  • MR Oct-15-77#60 BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) 
PACKING & JOINTING MATERIALS)
    October 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 60

    BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) PACKING & JOINTING MATERIALS Drew Chemical Corp., 701 Jefferson Rd., Parsippany, N.J. 07054 PAINT—Coatings, Protective Clearkin Chemical Corporation, Schiller 8. Allen Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 19134 Eureka Chemical Co., P.O. Box 2205, So. San Francisco, CA 94080

  • MR Jan-78#3rd Cover BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) 
PAINT—Coatings, Protective)
    January 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3rd Cover

    BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) PAINT—Coatings, Protective Carboline Co., Marine Div., 350 Hanley Industrial Court, St. Louis, Mo. 63144 Clearkin Chemical Corporation, Schiller & Allen Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 19134 Eureka Chemical Co., P.O. Box 2205, So. San Francisco, CA 94080 Farboil Company

  • MR Jul-78#3 MICHIGAN WHEEL DIVISION DANA CORPORATION 
Coolidge)
    July 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3

    MICHIGAN WHEEL DIVISION DANA CORPORATION Coolidge combines over 60 years of experience with a manufact- uring process that produces clean, strong alloys...a difference that can pay big dividends in operating and maintenance cost savings. Coolidge is a leading pro- ducer of Stainless steel

  • MR Jul-15-78#48 BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) 
OIL PURIFIERS—Separators)
    July 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 48

    BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) OIL PURIFIERS—Separators Golten Marine Co., Inc., 160 Van Brunt St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11231 OILS—Marine—Additives Gulf Oil Trading Co., 1290 Ave. of Americas, New York, N.Y. 10019 Shell Oil Co., 1 Shell Plaza, Houston, Texas 77002 Mobil Oil Corporation, 150 East 42nd St.

  • MR Jul-15-78#23 Michael Marinaro 
Advanced By Worthington 
Compressors)
    July 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 23

    Michael Marinaro Advanced By Worthington Compressors' Division Michael W. Marinaro Michael W. Marinaro has been named vice president of air power marketing at the Air Power and Construction Division of Wor- thington Compressors, Inc., Holy- oke, Mass. In his new position, he will be

  • MR Aug-78#3 Matson Asks Title XI 
To Build Containership 
Matson Navigation)
    August 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3

    Matson Asks Title XI To Build Containership Matson Navigation Company, San Francisco, Calif., has applied for a Title XI guarantee to aid in the financing of one containership, to be named Kauai. The vessel will be 720 feet 5 inches in length, 34,700 displacement tons at 31- foot draft

  • MR Jan-15-80#20 The MARCO-built 123-foot Northern Leader was recently)
    January 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 20

    The MARCO-built 123-foot Northern Leader was recently delivered to its new owners, Tom and Colleen Peterson and Russell Ott. The vessel is equipped for all phases of crab fishing, bottom fish trawling and freezing. 123-Foot Northern Leader From MARCO Equipped As Catcher, Freezer, Packer The

  • MR Jan-15-80#18 The MARCO-built 123-foot Northern Leader was recently)
    January 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    The MARCO-built 123-foot Northern Leader was recently delivered to its new owners, Tom and Colleen Peterson and Russell Ott. The vessel is equipped for all phases of crab fishing, bottom fish trawling and freezing. 123-Foot Northern Leader From MARCO Equipped As Catcher, Freezer, Packer The