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  • Following the Intrepid's annual Tug Races on Sunday, September 2,1 had the opportunity to ride back from Pier 86 on 46th St. in Manhattan to Staten Island on the Janet M. McAllister. I remember sitting on the edge of the tug, the waves slapping against the sides, as the powerful vessel motored south from Midtown Manhattan to the Staten Island port where the company keeps its tugs. I also vividly remember seeing the World Trade Center as I had never before from a tug in the Hudson River. Little did 1 know that this would be the very last time I would ever see them - - for the next time I would view them would be from the roof of my 12-story office building, smoke billowing from the top collapsing in front of my eyes.

    The tug, which has been dubbed New York City's most powerful, finished second all-around with a time of five minutes, 23 seconds at this year's Intrepid Tug Races — right behind Tugz's ZTwo, which defended its title as last year's winner. Z-Two crossed the finish line at Pier 86 with a time of five minutes, 17 seconds — better than its winning time last year of seven minutes, 32 seconds.

    The tugs lined up at the 79th St. Boat Basin, racing along the Hudson down to the finish line at Intrepid's Pier 86.

    Coming in behind the McAllister and Tug-Z vessels were Janice Ann Reinauer, which finished third with a time of five minutes, 38 seconds, and K-Sea's Beaufort Sea finishing fourth.

    An interesting twist that developed during the race was that the actual winner (though not formally registered) of the race was Don Jon Marine's Anchor Handling Supply Tug Powhatan with a time of five minutes, seven seconds. The supply vessel, which was a last minute entry managed to pull ahead of its smaller competitors — capturing the title as this year's (unofficial) winner.

    — Regina P. Ciardiello

  • Conversion and Repair, New Orleans; and Richard F. Brunner, executive officer, Avondale Industries, Inc. The maid of honor at the christening was Miss Janice Peters and the flower girl was Cherie Ann Abadie, the daughter of two Avondale employees. The Comstock and other LSD ships are constructed by

  • "It's not that unusual; everyone has to make a living," says Lee Ann Tyler, the first female officer ever to serve aboard one of the Army Engineers' seagoing dredges, the Comber, working out of the Philadelphia District. Lee Ann works the day shift from 8 a.m. through 4 p.m. for 10 days and then

  • The latest addition to the Alaska fishing fleet is a new, longer version of Marco Shipyard's successful North Pacific freezer longliner design. The 141-foot Lilli Ann, recently christened in Seattle, Wash., was designed and built by Marco for Deep Pacific Fishing Co. of Seattle. The company operates

  • Halter Marine, Inc., New Orleans, La., delivered two new 101- foot all aluminum crewboats, the Pamela Ann and the Patricia Ann, to Command Marine, Inc. of Lafayette, La. Both were purchased from Halter's stock boat program and delivered to their owner within 21 days of contract signing. They are

  • National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO) has announced the appointment of Janice S. Shanklin to the position of director, Information Systems. In this capacity, she reports directly to R. H. Vortmann, president, who said, "This will provide a single, company-wide focus for all data processing

  • support activities. All the repair ship managers, together with Keith Rader, superintendent-repair trades, now report to Mr. French. Additionally, Janice Shanklin, previously director of information systems department, has been promoted to director of repair support. She also reports to Mr. French

  • The M/V Karen Ann (shown above), largest towboat in the fleet of the Corpus Christi Marine Services Company, was christened recently by Karen Ann Mc- Carthy, daughter of CCMS board chairman Dennis W. McCarthy. The towboat, which will be one of the largest operating in intracoastal waterways, was

  • The Vicki Ann, a new marine lubricants supply vessel for Los Angeles and Long Beach, Calif., harbor service, has been placed in operation. The boat owner is San Pedro Marine, Inc., San Pedro, Calif., Shell Oil Company marine distributor. The vessel is listed at 95 dwt and has a capacity for 13

  • The Great Lakes and Great Rivers Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers convened its fall meeting at the Ann Arbor Inn in Ann Arbor, Mich. A record turnout for the Section of 266 participants made the occasion a very lively one. Many of the registrants were students in the

  • The San Diego Section of the American Society of Naval Engineers held its May meeting at the Admiral Kidd Commissioned Officers' Club. Rear Adm. Albert J. Monger, USN, Commander, Aircraft Carrier Group One, was the guest speaker. His topic was the interrelationship between ship operating and design

  • In the latest of various corporate changes that have occurred at Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Hvide Marine, the company has elected Gerhard E. Kurz as CEO and a member of its Board of Directors. He replaces James J. Gaffney, who had been serving as interim chairman and will now hold the position of

  • MR Jan-20#47 La Ciotat Shipyards 
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    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

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  • MR Jan-20#35 REPAIR & CONVERSION
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    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 35

    REPAIR & CONVERSION Suda JG10000 This design, offers a 2000 ton lift capa- bility, the ability to handle eight x 8- 9.5 MW turbines with accommodation for 112, in depths up to 68 m. Photos: A.K. Suda Naval Architects ing conversion candidates. “Installation vessels will also need thrusters,” he said.

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    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 31

    research and R&D contracts: a mighty offshore oil, gas and shipping value Ship Repair | Conversions | Drydocking chain. A constant haul of government environmental and sectoral reports and by people who care about returning your vessel by people who care about returning your vessel offshore industry

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    MTR 100 Valeport Valeport Totnes, Devon, UK President/CEO: Matthew Quartley With a heritage dating back over observations can be monitored 50 years, Valeport designs and and recorded for surveys for up No. of Employees: 94 manufactures oceanographic and to three days continuous opera- www.valeport.co.

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    REGULATORY REVIEW “Ballast water is a policy that has in many ways eluded the Basin for decades and one that is worth getting right. The Commission strongly urges the US and Canada to ? nd a way to work together with the Great Lakes Basin community to develop smart, durable and consensus-based

  • MR May-19#62 FERRIES: FERRY SAFETY & SECURITY
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    FERRIES: FERRY SAFETY & SECURITY Photo Courtesy Alain Haig-Brown Adam Schwetz of the Australian ? rm Schwetz Design explains the ? ner points onboard the new Chao Phraya Tourist boat. comprehensive and detailed. ference a presentation by the IMO’s Irfan In a similar vein, Gianluca de Rosa, Rahim

  • MN Apr-19#57 PRODUCTS
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    PRODUCTS Panel Systems Lightens Up with ‘Sandwich’ Range Panel Systems has introduced a new range of lightweight structural sandwich panels with a ThermHex core. The panels can be speci? ed with a variety of facings, including powder coated aluminum (0.5mm- 4.0mm), anodized aluminum DuroWipers

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    Decommissioning For some decommissioning is a dirty word. But, costs are starting to be tackled and operators are getting to grips with late-life to end-of-life operating models. But there is still a lot to be done. By Elaine Maslin Decommissioning is starting to become been approved in the UK North

  • MR Feb-19#30 FERRY OPERATORS • The World’s Best
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    FERRY OPERATORS • The World’s Best Stena Lines RoPax vessel Stena Germanica. Route: Gothenburg - Kiel. Photo Courtesy Stena Line. Photographer: Ann-Charlotte Ytterberg Drone Pilot: Robert Nyström BC Ferries passing. Photo Courtesy BC Ferries Viking Gabriella BC Ferries runs between Helsinki, Finland and

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    ing, and has a twin-screw geared diesel Thordon Distributor, RMH Industries, in August 2017 icebreakers, the CCGS Ann Harvey propulsion system with two Wärtsilä handled all of the machining to recondi- Since then, Avalon Marine has re- and CCGS Wilfred Laurier to the latest Vasa 16V22 engines driving

  • MR Jun-18#47 SF Marina
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    SF Marina Floating Pier: Flexibility for Donsö Harbor Project SF Marina has built pontoons and ? oating breakwa- × 10 meter pontoon is 1.8 meters tall and weighs almost in Gothenburg. ters for a range of bespoke marinas designed to suit lo- 200 metric tons, i.e. almost 800 metric tons for the main So far

  • MR May-18#50 TECH FILES: MARINE ELECTRONICS
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    TECH FILES: MARINE ELECTRONICS AI-powered Situational Awareness Tech Word from A.P. Moller-Maersk is that it roundings, identify and track potential will trial arti? cial intelligence (AI) pow- con? icts and display the knowledge in ered perception and situational aware- the wheelhouse. ness technology

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  • MR Mar-18#24 Angus Frew, Secretary General, BIMCO
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  • MP Q3-17#50 EQUIPMENT
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    INSIGHTS Kathy Metcalf athy J. Metcalf graduated from the US Merchant Ma- Summarize 2017 for shipping companies: the good, the rine Academy in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science de- bad and the ugly. And, at the same time, tell us what’s Kgree in Marine Transportation and Nautical Sciences. looming large in t

  • MR Nov-17#94 20 Leading Marine Distributors
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    November 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 94

    20 Leading Marine Distributors who wanted to offer their products and services to the US Navy and US Coast Guard. Despite some early success it soon became apparent that the develop- ment of a long-term, viable presence in Altec-Effer USA the market would depend on the OEM’s Birmingham, AL ability

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    he impact of LNG car- “The Ostensjo RAstarDF tugs are actu- breaking hull form with heavier rein- wrote these lines, Wärtsilä — its designs rier and FSRU ? eets ally quite different from the TundRA de- forcement.” The Swedish port of Lulea are the basis of 1,000 tugs worldwide worldwide is a sig- sign

  • MR May-17#76 JAPAN DELIVERS FOR AIDA: AIDA Cruises took delivery of)
    May 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 76

    JAPAN DELIVERS FOR AIDA: AIDA Cruises took delivery of AIDAperla in Nagasaki, Japan from Mitshubishi Heavy Industries (MHI). Pictured is Felix Eichhorn, President AIDA Cruises and Shunichi Miyanaga, President and CEO MHI. Technical Data AIDAperla: Shipyard: .............Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.

  • MR May-17#40 The Norway Way
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    The Norway Way Photo: TechnipFMC TechnipFMC’s Andersen & the way forward now that BY WILLIAM STOICHEVSKI with their Xmas trees (those complex, “hydrant-like” How has the merger that created TechnipFMC — which Ann Kristen Andersen heads up valves atop oil wells). On an annual basis, a system in- answered

  • MN May-17#43 INLAND INFRASTRUCTURE
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    May 2017 - Marine News page: 43

    INLAND INFRASTRUCTURE A new engineered repair system for seawalls is based on ? ber rein- forced polymer (FRP) technology that has been used for several years to repair and strengthen worn and damaged marine piles made of timber or concrete using specialized composites. Pictured here are worn bridge

  • MN May-17#39 OFFSHORE TRENDS
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