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  • Dockside gambling was approved by Harrison County, Miss., voters in a measure that will allow ships offering games of chance to anchor at wharves in the ports of Gulfport and Biloxi.

    In a record turnout, voters approved the issue by casting ballots that were more than 57 percent in favor of legalizing round-the-clock gambling aboard floating casinos.

    In 1990, the gambling issue had failed by a thin margin, but his year a coalition called "Mississippians for Jobs" pushed the idea with arguments that dockside gambling would revive the local economy.

    Revenue of up to $1 million is expected to be generated for the port authority by dockside gambling.

    The Mississippi Legislature approved dockside gambling last year, but voters in the state's counties must also approve it.

    Since approval by the Legislature, over 20 major interests, ranging from representatives of Caesar's Palace to the Hilton Corp. have made inquiries, and more than a dozen applicants have asked the gaming commission for licenses.

    Unlike Mississippi, Louisiana's new state law allowing riverboat gambling requires operators to build replicas of historic paddle-wheelers within the state to house their operations, a cost estimated at $20 million a vessel.

    Ron Jumonville, manager of corporate affairs at the Port of New Orleans, said: "Statistics show the average cruise passenger spends $250 a day in a port. Besides the welcome revenues we get, it's a boom to the area."

  • Legalized riverboat gaming is — according to various market indicators — primed to spread to and throughout the Northeast U.S., specifically New York, New Jersey & Pennsylvania. To help pave the profitable way for suppliers to the industry, the Maritime Association of the Port of New York/New Jersey

  • Chris-Marine, a world leader in diesel engine maintenance equipment, has published a full-color brochure on diesel engine maintenance tools for large-bore, medium-speed and auxiliary diesel engines. Solving the emerging problems of diesel engine maintenance has been the main drive at Chris-Marine

  • The U.S. Justice Department has eased its opposition to a bill in Congress that would ban gaming on foreign-flag cruises to nowhere and, for the first time, permit casinos on U.S.-flag cruise ships. Introduced by Representative Gene Taylor of Mississippi, the bill would annul the U.S. Gambling

  • Chris Marine U.S.A., Inc., a service oriented company, provides onsite and in-shop machining, onboard overhaul, technical direction and engine performance evaluation for large slow-speed and mediumspeed diesels as well as turbocharger repair, rebuild and service. An agreement has recently been

  • Patti Shipyards, Pensacola, Fla., recently delivered the largest passenger vessel and gambling boat on the Mississippi River to Roberts River Rides of Dubuque, Iowa. Built at a total cost of $12 million (including gaming equipment) and larger than a football field, the 387- foot riverboat has four

  • Bills legalizing gambling on U.S. passenger vessels and giving ocean freight consolidators more flexibility in fulfilling bonding requirements were recently sent by the House to the President's desk. It also approved and sent to the Senate a bill directing the Maritime Administration to scrap 116

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  • Gambling Vessel Part Of $36 Million Project The Morgan City, La., shipyard of Service Marine Industries Inc. is constructing a new 210-foot gaming boat for a Harrah's Casino Hotels/ Hammons partnership as part of a $36 million gambling project. The megayacht-style vessel is being built for the Des

  • Thomas R. Hensley, president and majority stockholder of Service Marine Industries (SMI), Amelia, La., recently announced the following changes in ownership and organizational structure. SMI was recently purchased by Jim Miller of Oak Brook, 111. Mr. Miller will serve as chairman of the board.

  • Inland Oil and Transport Company has named J.W. Huls as its new marketing manager-water transportation. The announcement was made by Herbert Wolkowitz, president of the St. Louis, Mo.- based barge line. Mr. Huls has over 15 years of intermodal transportation experience, most recently as traffic

  • The 1991 legislative agenda of the Shipbuilders Council of America will emphasize the following, in addition to supporting a strong Navy shipbuilding and repair budget in FY 1992: C E O • Passage of a trade bill to discipline international shipbuilding subsidy practices—The SCA will urge the

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    William G. Gahagan, P.E. planned transition date will be Janu- passed away on November 14, ary 1, 2020. Martin Bjuve has been Director. He replaces Chris Lytle who 2019. He was 89 years old. A with Volvo Penta for 17 years and is a retired in July after six years at the helm graduate of Yale University

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    Chris-Marine Cylinder Liner Monitoring Prime Mover Controls is a world leading manufacturer of Marine Propulsion Controls and Integrated Machinery Alarm and Control Systems. Our products also include Engine Order Telegraphs, Navigation Light Control Panels, and a variety of Marine Instruments. We have

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    , at the Danish Document liner condition in 15 minutes only with the ® National test center for large wind tur- new Liner Condition Camera (LCC) from Chris-Marine . bines in Oesterild, Denmark. The ? rm No need to remove cylinder cover or exhaust valve housing! expects the turbine to be commercial by

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    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 42

    . Why? Ed survived a pulmonary embolism, right afer a triple bypass surgery, something that only 1/10th of 1% survive. Pictured with Ed on the left is Chris Sullivan, who represents STC’s new ownership group, CC Industries of Chicago. ZF ... From Supplier to Teammate: Pictured above are mem- bers of the

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    Systems:Advanced Monitoring Systems: *All images credit: Seacat Services The key to success in the rapidly emerging domestic offshore wind sector. By Chris Huxley-Reynard, Managing Director of Reygar Ltd. espite an increase in the digitization of operating Increasingly, European vessel operators are adopting

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    at nalist and editor. Formerly, he was Editor rjpainejr@gmail.com of Florida Shipper Magazine. Additionally, he was Executive Director of the Miami Chris Huxley-Reynard has 15 years’ River Marine Group and Captain of the experience in the commercial marine Port of the Miami River. He is a graduate

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    Long Beach, Matt Arms, Acting En- from drivers and mechanics regarding maneuverability, noise level vironmental Planning Director, also at Long Beach and Chris Can- and safety. Testing will last a year, starting this December. non, Director of Environmental Management, Port of Los Angeles. Each reiterated

  • MT Oct-19#12 Offshore Wind Energy & Politics
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    Offshore Wind Energy & Politics Joe Biden presents “The Biden Plan for A Clean Energy Revolution and Environmental Justice.” Some impor- tant goals include: Double offshore wind generation by 2030; ban new oil and gas permitting on public lands and waters. Photo: Joe Biden (Of? cial White House photo

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    technical advance in the ? eld of naval architecture. We were an early adapter of CAD and helped advance its evolution since the late 1970’s.” Chris Deegan, President and CEO, Gibbs & Cox Liebherr setting the pace for the future. Liebherr-MCCtec Rostock GmbH premises in Rostock, Germany www.liebherr

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    say is 20/20, and in this regard renowned design house Gibbs & Cox has nine decades in the rearview mirror on which to lean. We recently caught up with Chris Deegan, President and CEO of Gibbs & Cox, celebrating its 90th anniversary in 2019, to discuss the organization’s rich history and promising future

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    crossroads for the maritime world By Barry Parker U.S.Merchant Marine Academy Maritime Museum. Look Back, 40 Forge Ahead As Gibbs & Cox turns 90, CEO Chris Deegan looks to the future. By Greg Trauthwein Gibbs & Cox © 2019 Martijn Gijsbertsen / Marco Vet Inevitability of 46 Change From sail to steam to

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    provider Wärtsilä is testing automatic port arrival solutions. to port hazards – 42 percent of EU re- Cybersecurity is integral to both designs. Chris South, senior ported marine accidents (injury/death/ underwriter for insurance provider West of England P&I, damage to ships) took place in port

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    Fabrication Site Vigor has entered an agreement to agreement to acquire the marine season totaled 40.9 million tons. The take over the former home of Chris- transportation feet of Cenac Ma- highest result since 2007, much of tensen Yachts in Vancouver, WA. rine Services, LLC for approximately the credit

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    General Dynamics Mission Systems Quincy, Mass., President CEO: Chris Brady No. of Employees: 13,400 https://gdmissionsystems.com/en/underwater-vehicles/blue? n-robotics General Dynamics Mission Systems is an innovator of open The Tech architecture and mission integration to meet the most demand- In

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    Alliance Gen5(S) variation is designed to sink and listed in MTR’s “Top 10 Ocean to 10m to avoid bad actors, bad weath- In? uencers: for 2018”; Partner Chris er, or ship traf? c. Systems are being Todter, the Technical Director/Design developed with various solar panel Coordinator for seven America’s

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    to pump water discussion of dos and don’ts of stake- structures offshore. Finally, Stephen ashore for desalination, providing clean holder engagement. Chris Sauer, CEO Conant of ANABARIC detailed their potable water - a valuable commodity of ORPC talked about their success at plans to “plug in” the