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  • Atlantic Dry Dock Corporation, Ft. George Island, Fla., marine repair facility, recently completed a highly specialized conversion of the research vessel Athena. The Athena, a high-speed R & D ship operated by the David W. Taylor Ship Research & Development Center, was specially equipped for a federally funded wake survey conducted by a group of professors from the University of Michigan.

    The work accomplished by Atlantic Dry Dock Corporation involved the installation of research gear on the underwater hull, modification of the turbine reduction gear, and modification of the controllable-pitch propellers for the wake survey. Upon completion of the tests, the ship was returned to its original configuration. Routine drydock procedures—cleaning and bottom-painting— were also performed.

    The Athena is a unique vessel combining twin diesels for normal cruising, with a 14,000-shp gas turbine engine that is utilized for high-towing loads and speeds up to 40 knots. The high-speed capability facilitates research on towline, acoustic masking and sonar sensors, as well as the wake survey.

    She has accommodations for 15 engineers and technicians, and can accommodate up to 10 tons of deck equipment.

    Atlantic Dry Dock Corporation and Atlantic Marine, Inc. are located on the St.

    Johns River just two miles from the Atlantic Ocean. AMI specializes in the construction of steel-hulled fishing, offshore and riverharbor vessels, and ADDC has master ship repair contracts from the U.S. Navy, Coast Guard and Army Corps of Engineers.

  • Marine has provided excellent marine repair and new construction services for over 55 years to all marine sectors. Equipment includes one 750-ton floating dry-dock (152’ x 46’) inside the wing walls and one 220-ton Marine Travel lift for servicing inland and offshore commercial companies, Federal and State

  • Scheduled for December 1-2, 2014 in New Orleans Dry Dock Conference 2014 is the eighth in a series of international Conferences held every two to three years.  This year’s conference will be held December 1-2, 2014 in New Orleans. Among the highlights of the upcoming New Orleans’ conference will be a

  • of hatch skirt landing pads; wheel shafting; and rudder and sea valve repairs. Old paint is being removed and the ship will be painted while in drydock. The ship is named in honor of Army war hero, Lt. Col. John U.D. Page, who was awarded the Medal of Honor for heroic actions from November 29

  • International offers new construction, rig and ship repair, offshore and technical services. Marine construction and repair needs are complimented by three dry docks; a 30,000-ton lift rig dock, a 22,000-ton Panamax dry dock and a 4,500-ton lift dry dock. In Mobile, Ala., Signal Ship Repair (SSR) offers

  • the statute have not been without controversy. One frequently contested issue concerns the manner in which Customs determines duties in connection with dry-docking expenses. Such expenses, or portions thereof, are not necessarily related to dutiable repairs that might be performed simultaneously with non-duti

  • The 2,000-ton-capacity Crandall railway drydock built in 1942 in Pictou Harbor at Pictou, Nova Scotia, for the Canadian Naval Service has now been enlarged to 3,000-tonscapacity at Pictou Industries Limited. This is the third enlargement of the railway drydock, all of which were designed by Crandall

  • Rivers along with a shipyard in Chicago.   The Case: TPG brings innovation, efficiency, professionalism and harbor service/shipyard infrastructure (new dry docks, new cranes, new boats, and SOTA cleaning equipment to inland rivers facilities. Offering unique access to both the Great Lakes and inland rivers

  • A recent dry dock rehab project in Chicago provides new options and money saving opportunities for inland and Great Lakes stakeholders alike.From software to steel plating, Indiana-based TPG Marine Enterprises provides a range of services in the Great Lakes and inland waterways markets. River based tug and

  • customer demand by upgrading workshops, purchasing new machinery and tooling, as well as expanding its wet berth capabilities to relieve pressure off dry dock utilization and move vessels out of dry dock and into service faster. In all, GBSL invested in three key pieces of equipment in January of 2016

  • Southwest Marine's San Diego, Calif., yard recently accepted delivery of the "Pride of San Diego," a new dry dock ordered as part of the yard's modernization plan. Art Engel, president of Southwest Marine and Roger Hedgecock, mayor of San Diego, rode the new dock into the harbor to mark the special

  • Radisson Seven Seas' 700-passenger Seven Seas Mariner entered dry-dock for 24 days during April to undergo repairs to one of the two pods in its pod propulsion system. As a result, the line has had to cancel the vessel's April 22. 26 and May 9 cruises. The vessel is expected to return to service

  • MT Apr-19#59 ployment and retrieval.  Its portfolio of  ers in the)
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    ployment and retrieval. Its portfolio of ers in the marine, construction, indus- Hawboldt Industries Hawboldt is a designer and manufac- rental equipment includes winches with trial and oil and gas industries. Based turer of custom-built Launch and Recov- a variety of cables, mobile A-frames in in New

  • MT Apr-19#58 Products LARS
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    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    Products LARS MacArtney A/S The MacArtney Group is a global sup- instruments to large work class ROV system design features an industry plier of underwater technology systems, systems. MERMAC A LARS solutions unique extra skid joint which allows the products and integrated solutions. can be designed as

  • MT Apr-19#37 Mining for AUVs
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    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 37

    Mining for AUVs In Europe, there are sure signs that underwater mining is the next big market for autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV), remotely operated underwater vehicles (ROV) and new “drones” called HROV, DART or TURTLE. Among the indicators is the involvement of mining companies, governments

  • MT Apr-19#33 AUVs in the market are not actually that autonomous;)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 33

    AUVs in the market are not actually that autonomous; often from a quayside at a lake close to Saab’s Facility in Sweden the vessel needs to track the vehicle during a scope, which, in to perform a “mow the lawn” style pre-programmed survey our eyes, defeated the object of the autonomous feature.”

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    fter four years spent developing an autonomous HAUV will return to its dock on completion of the work scope underwater vehicle (AUV)/remotely operated un- and will wait to be recovered at a convenient time. “For ex- derwater vehicle (ROV) hybrid (HAUV) based on ample, if you have engaged a vessel to

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    enable long battery life. The EPLF-553 being designed to meet operational re- navigation. The frequencies allocated is perfect for recovery of AUVs after quirements for an ultra-deep-water sub- are in the range of 283.5 - 325.0 KHz. mission duration has elapsed. mersible beacon. A LED ? asher and

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    shops identi? ed best practices to support be carefully planned – and the installa- atic’ to have doubled, to 59% from 29% tion rehearsed – before dry-docking the (19.9%) smooth systems integration and opera- a year ago. While the trend may cause • Filtration + Full Flow (In-line) EC + tion, including

  • MR May-19#65 A
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    A AUTONOMY: PUT TO THE TEST of unmanned systems. An important advantage ships have over aircraft, is that their radar can see and track other vessels (ARPA) while aircraft cannot. Ship speeds are relative- ly slow, so hazardous situations (usu- ally) develop slowly. Intership and VTS communications are

  • MR May-19#58  an infrastructure for fer-
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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 58

    in the area are bad in headed a conference on Ferry Safety and Rohatgi explained how the inland wa- of maintaining an infrastructure for fer- the dry season and virtually impassable Security held in Bangkok Thailand. terways offer potential for economic in- ries. This is an area of incessant tidal

  • MR May-19#56 WORKBOATS: INSIDE THE U.S. WORKBOAT MARKET
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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 56

    WORKBOATS: INSIDE THE U.S. WORKBOAT MARKET The sidebar (see related story on page were drawn from both the RCP, but also and Bouchard’s Evening Breeze both escort services, Crowley Marine Servic- XX) provides further detail on COIs is- from the International Safety Manage- meet the EPA restrictions on

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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 55

    THE U.S. WORKBOAT MARKET A Foss Tug. giant ADM). Grain major Bunge Corp, through an arrangement with Seacor Holdings Inc. (Seacor), controls a large dry barge ? eet and Marquette Marine (also active in grain trades). “Our inland marine transportation business experienced robust levels of activity

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    segment include reports once underway. “ Port Engineer, Commercial Towing privately owned Canal Barge Company & Transportation Company (also active in dry), Magnolia Marine, Florida Marine Transporters (also ac- tive in dry) and Southern Towing. The dry sector, where privately held In- gram Barge, based

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    O OPENING SHOT draft container ships. ing on the Hill. But, we have to get it pendent, non-partisan infrastructure accepting the commission’s recommen- In addition, the James River Expan- right, and we need to get our priorities commissions with experts, not a job for dations should be treated as mandatory

  • MR May-19#4 MARITIME
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    MARITIME Authors & Contributors REPORTER AND ENGINEERING NEWS M A R I N E L I N K . C O M ISSN-0025-3448 USPS-016-750 No. 5 Vol. 81 Bryant Ewing Holloway Burroughs Henderson Maritime Reporter/Engineering News (ISSN # 0025-3448) is published monthly (twelve issues) by Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

  • MN May-19#56 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 56

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS AWO MerrittMeadJohnson Perras Cernak Nelson company also hired Alex Sykes as Cook Inlet Tug & Barge AAPA Posthumously Commercial Product Manager, Joe Announces New President Honors Cernak with its Pimenta as Buyer and Joe Mediate Cook Inlet Tug & Barge (CITB) an- Distinguished

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    T I unemployed mate still had to confront impending negli- HE NVESTIGATION Once his vessel was secured, the mate noti? ed his com- gence charges being brought by the Coast Guard for the pany dispatcher of the incident who then reported it to actual grounding and suspected minor spill. the local Coast

  • MN May-19#30 COLUMN SAFETY
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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 30

    COLUMN SAFETY Distractions Can Sink Careers Familiarity can and does breed contempt. You don’t need anything else added to that heavy burden. By Randy O’Neill We live and work in a frenetic environ- The weather was partly cloudy with a gusty wind of ment replete with a wide range of both up to 20

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    provided by such carriers. That trend also re? ects the fact that many inland marine operators are engaged in the transportation of relatively low-value, dry cargoes which do not generate the perceived need for the very high limits of cover (especially for pollution) typically available from the P&I clubs

  • MN May-19#18 INSIGHTS
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    INSIGHTS America’s Central Port is involved in the intermodal It is a fact that any transport mode is only as ef? cient movement of goods. Tell us about today’s activities as the one that immediately precedes or follows it. and cargo volumes, and what’s planned for the future? Knowing that, what’s

  • MN May-19#16 INSIGHTS
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    INSIGHTS (IRPT), a Member of the USDOT Marine Transportation, a former board member of the National Waterways Con- ference and a current member of IRPT and many other industry af? liations too numerous to list here. Today, Wilmsmeyer and his ACP sit at the heart of the U.S. inland waterways equation

  • MP Q1-19#30 Container Ports
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    Container Ports Credit: Port of Virginia The Port of Virginia set a new annual record for container cargo volume having handled more than 2.85 million TEUs, in calendar year 2018. ports. The deal potentially represents approximately a half-billion regional ports, NC Ports is banking heavily on leveraging

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