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  • H u d s o n S h i p b u i l d e r s , Inc.

    (HUDSHIP) recently delivered the M / V Charles Haun to Parker Towing Company, Inc. of Tuscaloosa, Ala.

    The Charles Haun is an 85-foot by 34-foot by 10-foot 6-inch twin screw towboat. The vessel is powered by twin Fairbanks Morse 38D8 Vs six-cylinder diesel engines driving through MGI LST reverse/reduction gears. Auxiliary power is provided by Detroit Diesel 6-71N, 1,200-rpm generator sets rated at 75 kw each.

    The boat can carry 34,000 gallons of fuel, 800 gallons of lube oil and 5,100 gallons of potable water, making it ideally suited f or the rough conditions of harbor work and the economical operation of the long tow. Maneuverability for the Charles Haun is p r o v i d e d through two 84-inch stainless-steel four-blade propellers, two steering rudders and four flanking rudders. The steering system was furnished by Skipper Hydraulics, Inc.

    Deck machinery consists of two Beebe electric barge winches models 35RRC and 35LRC equipped with 130 feet of 7/s-inch, 6 by 37 galvanized wire rope, and two Skipper Hydraulics electric capstans.

    The living accommodations are designed for maximum crew comfort. Staterooms are arranged to provide three two-man and two one-man facilities.

    Parker Towing operates towboats and open hopper barges in the Warrior-Tombigbee, Coosa and the Alabama River areas and through the Gulf Intracoastal W a t e r w a y System. Capt. Tim Parker Sr., president, and Tim Parker Jr., vice president, accepted delivery of the Charles Haun, which is named after their operations manager. The Charles Haun was designed by Townsend Marine Consultants of Georgetown, Conn., and will be operating on the Black Warrior and Tombigbee Rivers in Alabama.

    In their wide range of vessels offered, HUDSHIP produces a standard design 85-foot towboat similar to the Charles Haun, as well as 112-foot and 120-foot utility vessels and 165-foot, 185-foot, and 203-foot offshore supply vessels.

  • Bruce Kasen, vice president, marketing, Timmons & Charles, Inc., has announced the appointment of George S. Mahaly to manager, technical services. Mr. Mahaly joined T&C in 1973, and has previously held the positions of field service section chief and consulting engineer. In his new position, Mr.

  • The Lake Charles, first liquefied natural gas tanker built by General Dynamics to transport LNG to the United States, was christened recently at the corporation's Quincy, Mass. shipyard. When she goes into service, Lake Charles will carry LNG from Algeria to the U.S. Gulf Coast. All previous LNG

  • Balehi Marine, Inc., Lacombe, La., recently delivered the 1,800- horsepower towboat Lake Charles to Conoco Oil Company. Based on Balehi Marine's standard 1,800- 2,400-hp towboat design, the Lake Charles has a length of 81 feet, beam of 28 feet, depth of 11 feet and draft of 7 feet 6 inches. She has

  • safety requirements for LNG transit demand tighter oversight. The Louisiana Gulf is gearing up to export liquefied natural gas from Sabine Pass and Lake Charles in the state’s southwest and Plaquemines Parish in the southeast. Over the next five years, as LNG import terminals begin exporting and new terminals

  • SOFEC, Inc., a Vickers Marine Engineering Division company, has announced the addition to its Houston engineering staff of Charles Etheridge as engineering manager, and Charles Mangum as chief engineer. Mr. Etheridge was previously manager of projects, Marine Division, of Williams Brothers Engineerin

  • Charles B. Parkhill, president and chief executive o f f i c e r of South African Marine Corporation (U.S.A.) has been elected president of The Maritime Assotion of the Port of New York. He succeeds Charles T. O'Neill, president of Jaton Environ, Inc. N. Nick Cretan was reelected executive director.

  • The Port of Oakland, Calif., has prepared plans for the construction and installation of container cranes at the Charles P. Howard Container Terminal now under construction in the Oakland Inner Harbor near Jack London Square. The Oakland board of port commissioners recently approved a proposal to

  • , scheduled for completion by year-end, will be accomplished under a planned program designed to satisfy all delivery and support commitments. Charles S. Davis will be president of the expanded operation at Mineral Wells, with Charles D. Hoefelmann as vice president and assistant to the president

  • Allied Shipbuilders, Ltd., North Vancouver, B.C., Canada, recently delivered the 57-foot 8- inch shiphandling tug Charles H. Cates X to C.H. Cates & Sons Ltd., North Vancouver, B.C. Based on a design by Vancouver-based naval architecture and marine engineering firm Robert Allan Ltd., the Charles H.

  • on the Baltimore waterfront as Under Armour, Domino Sugar and “Natty Boh.” General Ship Repair has stood strong for nearly a century since its founding by Charles “Buck” Lynch in 1924, evolving today into the de facto ‘go to’ for workboat repair in the Baltimore area. Today it is in the midst of a strong year

  • The General Ship Repair Corporation, a fixture on the Baltimore, Maryland waterfront for nearly a century since its founding by Charles “Buck” Lynch in 1924, has become the de facto ‘go to’ for workboat repair in the Baltimore area and is enjoying a strong year, investing in its people and employees while

  • MN Jun-19#14 INSIGHTS
investor and Chairman Charles Good. After a few years)
    June 2019 - Marine News page: 14

    INSIGHTS investor and Chairman Charles Good. After a few years of development, interest was sparked from the US Government and UK Ministry of Defence (MoD). The MoD’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) was so im- pressed by the concept, it agreed to provide Cox Powertrain with “invaluable

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    is true for any of the contain- 9 Port Arthur 52,920,43250,534,141 10 New Orleans $ 53,371$ 50,171 ers carried on any of the other alliances. 10 Lake Charles 44,050,52037,874,562 11 Oakland $ 49,203$ 47,790 The same is also true with the Port of 11 Baltimore 42,993,12238,213,697 12 Corpus Christi $ 29

  • MR Jun-19#6 .
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    June 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    R. Trauthwein John J. O’Malley 1905 - 1980 mailing services and fees than I care to remember. Editor & Associate Publisher Charles P. O’Malley 1928 - 2000 Today our single title has evolved into a family of ? ve print magazines, 10 websites John E. O’Malley 1930 - 2019 trauthwein@mar

  • MR May-19#8  of New Orleans, 
Port of Lake Charles, Louisiana. In total)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    , the supply chain. the Calcasieu Ship Channel project at round of grant funding will go a long sponsored by the Port of New Orleans, Port of Lake Charles, Louisiana. In total, way towards ensuring that our nation’s will support the Ports of Baton Rouge Progress the four projects totaled about $3

  • MR May-19#6  
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    ? ed Sales +1 212 477 6700 Founder: Gregory R. Trauthwein John J. O’Malley 1905 - 1980 Editor & Associate Publisher Charles P. O’Malley 1928 - 2000 John E. O’Malley 1930 - 2019 trauthwein@marinelink.com Watch us Download our Apps Follow us on Social Media Check out our

  • MP Q1-19#46  $ 59,723$ 53,962 10 Lake Charles  44,050,52037,874,562
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    Beach 53,709,45153,571,196 7 SeaTac $ 77,510$ 75,245 9 Port Arthur 52,920,43250,534,141 8 SC Ports $ 72,690$ 69,754 9 Baltimore $ 59,723$ 53,962 10 Lake Charles 44,050,52037,874,562 10 New Orleans $ 53,371$ 50,171 11 Baltimore 42,993,12238,213,697 11 Oakland $ 49,203$ 47,790 12 Georgia Ports 42,939,90340

  • MR Apr-19#6  
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    our home state of New York with his story starting on page 20. John J. O’Malley 1905 - 1980 Editor & Associate Publisher Charles P. O’Malley 1928 - 2000 On the technical side, I was fortunate to meet Astrid Skarheim Onsum last year trauthwein@marinelink.com Watch us Download

  • MR Mar-19#6  
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    Sweden but currently residing in New York City, Lindblad is an John J. O’Malley 1905 - 1980 Editor & Associate Publisher Charles P. O’Malley 1928 - 2000 explorer at heart, counting Capt. James Cook and Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton as trauthwein@marinelink.com Watch us Download

  • MT Jan-19#47  in the Galapagos by the Charles Darwin Foundation  umbilical)
    January 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 47

    an the MSS modular systems. The Defender and Pro 5 were used ROV with TMS that operates on standard .681 oceanographic recently in the Galapagos by the Charles Darwin Foundation umbilical. The ROV is equipped with dual manipulator arms, for seamount exploration and research. A total of ? ve days multiple

  • MR Feb-19#6     
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  • MR Jan-19#36  stemming from the suc- M/V Charles J. Colonna has three)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 36

    ,500T dry dock went into service in 2017, manding for its employees, as the yard adding to the tra low-weight passenger ferry stemming from the suc- M/V Charles J. Colonna has three active MSC contracts backlog of vessel bids going into 2019. cess for the Rich Passage, previously built for Kitsap. with

  • MR Jan-19#6     
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    & Associate Publisher business. Tom’s story starts on page 38. John J. O’Malley 1905 - 1980 trauthwein@marinelink.com Charles P. O’Malley 1928 - 2000 Watch us Download our Apps Follow us on Social Media Check out our websites: MarineLink.com MaritimeEquipment.com MaritimePro

  • MN Jan-19#54  
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    January 2019 - Marine News page: 54

    (lak- at sea. Recipients included second-class State University and a Juris Doctor ers) moved 8.6 million tons of cargo midshipman Michael Bell, Charles B. from Harvard Law School. in November, a virtual repeat of a year Hughes, a midshipman is studying ma- ago. The November ? oat was also Equinor

  • MR Dec-18#6  
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    ? ed Sales +1 212 477 6700 Gregory R. Trauthwein Founder: John J. O’Malley 1905 - 1980 Editor & Associate Publisher Charles P. O’Malley 1928 - 2000 trauthwein@marinelink.com Watch us Download our Apps Follow us on Social Media Check out our websites: MarineLink.com MaritimeEquip

  • MR Nov-18#104  as 
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    November 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 104

    ? lled De? ant model monohull patrol boats the pilothouse and the belowdecks crew and low center of gravity. It also acts as include one from Lake Charles Pilots for are the result of a multi-year effort by spaces. A urethane-sheathed, closed-cell a highly suitable open platform for car- its fourth

  • MR Nov-18#71  in people, Stew-
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    November 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 71

    alk into the Detyens and modern ? nishing tools to get most ment is evident. Current investment in and safely. Investment in people, Stew- shipyard in Charles- any job done. It is also packed with a two massive hull and machinery shops, art’s people, courtesy of a modern, free ton, South Carolina, diverse

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    November 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 48

    by Petty Of? cer 1st Class Karl Schultz and Vice Comman- Suffolk County conduct a medevac Naval Of? cers Association (NNOA) Matthew S. Masaschi. dant Charles Ray visit with Dr. Ol- of a man in Babylon, NY. The man in Portsmouth, Virginia. U.S. Coast 48 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • NOVEMBER

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    +1 212 477 6700 interests. Gregory R. Trauthwein Founder: John J. O’Malley 1905 - 1980 Editor & Associate Publisher Charles P. O’Malley 1928 - 2000 trauthwein@marinelink.com Watch us Download our Apps Follow us on Social Media Check out our websites: MarineLink.com MaritimeEquip

  • MN Nov-18#71  with two Humphree 800 
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    November 2018 - Marine News page: 71

    Gladding-Hearn is also building new and nature tours. The catamaran is pilot boats for Alaska Pilots and Lake equipped with two Humphree 800 Charles Pilots, both with Humphree and two H1250 interceptors with interceptors and Active Ride Control. Active Ride Control. “Passenger comfort is a number

  • MR Oct-18#63  on procuring a new dry  Charles F.  Adams (DDG 2) class)
    October 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 63

    . The Navy now plans to extend includes Navy owned dry docks. There the service life of the entire class of is discussion on procuring a new dry Charles F. Adams (DDG 2) class guided missile DDGs to 45 years, which means more dock for the Navy. Most large dry docks destroyer shipyard capacity

  • MR Oct-18#46  was employed on 
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    October 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 46

    ? cantly more ef? cient than could be imagined 60 years ago. Among the other also-rans was nuclear propulsion, which was employed on meeting was Charles H. Cramp’s tance in the winning of that con? ict, and only two merchant vessels worldwide. “Evolution of the Atlantic Greyhound.” it also contributed

  • MR Oct-18#45  were forgotten.  H. Webb, Charles H. Cramp, Washing- mysteries)
    October 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 45

    focused on the western thank such industry stalwarts as William speed and power of ships. Later, the frontier and the oceans were forgotten. H. Webb, Charles H. Cramp, Washing- mysteries of vibration of hull and propel- Even the continuing waves of immi- ton Lee Capps, W.T. Sampson and the ler were made

  • MR Oct-18#14  RDC in 
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    October 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 14

    A Personal Re? ection The Role of the USCG RDC in About the Author Dr. Charles Judice, IEEE Fellow and ELECTRONICS UPDATE USCG Auxiliary FSO-NS. (Note: USCG members Irene Gonin, and Lee Luft Electronic ATON’s contributed to this article. o recreational boaters, Aids to and ship-to-ATON communications.

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    ? ed Sales +1 212 477 6700 Gregory R. Trauthwein Founder: John J. O’Malley 1905 - 1980 Editor & Associate Publisher Charles P. O’Malley 1928 - 2000 trauthwein@marinelink.com Watch us Download our Apps Follow us on Social Media Check out our websites: MarineLink.com MaritimeEquip