Raymond T. Greene has announced the formation of a new company to be known as Anchorage Marine Brokerage and Documentation, Incorporated, which will specialize in sale, purchase, and chartering of commercial vessels, and in the documentation and registry of vessels in foreign jurisdictions, and especially the islands and countries of the Greater Caribbean area.
Mr. Greene has most recently served as president of Anchorage Ship Sales and Documentation, Incorporated which, because of the personal choice of some of its principals, is now being liquidated. Prior to that, he has served variously as organizer and executive officer of a stevedoring company, a terminal operation, and a shipyard in the area, all of which are still most active and successful. All of this followed a most successful career in New York City as one of the outstanding international admiralty lawyers in the United States.
In this new venture, Mr. Greene will be joined by his son, Kevin, who holds a Florida State Yacht and Ship Brokers license. During the past 10 years, Kevin has had a most thorough training in the marine field, having served an apprenticeship in a local shipyard, as a warehouse supervisor, as a stevedoring coordinator, and most recently as a marine surveyor under the tutelage of the late Alfred M. Nelson.
Assuming the duties of secretary and office manager will be Sarah Rushing, who also boasts of a varied marine training in both shipyard administration and surveying office work.
Within the month, several other wellknown local marine figures will be joining the Anchorage staff.
Anchorage Marine Brokerage and Documentation, Inc., will occupy offices at 844 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Fla. 33132.
, Royal Caribbean has opted to outfit 19 of its ships with scrubbers from two manufacturers. This month we visit with Harri Kulovaara, EVP, Maritime, and Kevin Douglas, VP, Technical Projects/Newbuilds, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., to discuss the reasoning behind the decision. As new emission standards
Training and attention to detail saves lives. Kevin Suarez at Statue Cruises is the living embodiment of that maritime metric. For any first time visitor to the Big Apple, the trip probably wouldn’t be complete without seeing the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. To that end, Statue Cruises’ main
Joseph Nolet, marine sales manager of Gamlen Chemical Company, a division of Sybron Corporation, Elmwood Park, N.J., has announced the appointment of Kevin Smith, president of Supplier's Marine and Industrial, Inc., to the position of Great Lakes Area sales representative. In his new position, Mr.
John Riley, vice president and general manager of Airfilco Engineering, Inc., has announced the appointment of Kevin McPherson as projects manager, with special responsibility for the commissioning and servicing of inert gas systems and generators. The appointment is part of Airfilco's overall
. The mortgage was arranged by GECC loan representative Ron Macklin of the Bethesda, Md., Eastern States Real Estate Financing Office, through broker Kevin Coady of J.R. Daly & Son, Inc., New York, N.Y. A c c o r d i n g to Mr. Macklin, GECC's loan is based on the value of the complex as a generalpurpose d
The formation of Supplier's Marine & Industrial Inc., "Purveyors to the Industries," has been announced by Kevin Patrick Smith, president of the firm. The new company will provide turbine renewal, pump, diesel engine and electrical parts to the marine and industrial markets in the Great Lakes area.
instrumentation while Glasgow-based consultants, Partrac, focus on marine data collection and processing at complex tidal energy sites. Partrac Director, Kevin Black, said “We are very pleased to add this unique capability to our suite of measurement services; we can offer to the commercial tidal energy sector
major supplier of modern ARPA-based navigational radar systems into the Greek market." For more information and free literature on radar systems from Kevin Hughes, Circle 62 on Reader Service Car
Mr. Yates to senior vice presidents, those promoted to vice president were: Harland D. Hatch, from production manager to vice president of production; Kevin P. Gildart from director of materials to vice president of human resources; Jerry L. Steiner from director of strategic planning to vice president
Trans-Tec Services Pte. Ltd. of Singapore recently announced that William D. Aldenderfer joined the company as managing director. He will replace Kevin Bryant. Mr. Aldenderfer comes to TTS from PRI, Hawaii, and before that, Thome Ship Management, Singapore. Earlier Mr. Aldenderfer had a successful care
the Norfolk Naval Station, Norfolk, Virginia this month. Captain H. Wyman Howard, Jr., USN, will be accepting command of the ship, with Lieut. Comdr. Kevin S. Amos, USN, as her executive officer. The U.S.S. Anzio is the second Navy ship to commemorate the World War II Allied landing at the Anzio/Nettuno ar
International tions and payments; it will continue to multiple oil “majors”), also maintains rates are moving solidly higher across all Shipping Week, Kevin O’Hara, from implement a bold strategic plan dubbed a large presence in Brazil, another area regions. The acceleration, if that’s what AMA Capital
christened the C.D. While as the “Jack” White, Jr. Jack White was an Breadth 38 ft. Fire? ghting: Counter? re ES-125-400 vessel’s sponsor, and Father Kevin owner of E.N. Bisso and was married to Depth 13.2 ft. Winch: Markey Machinery, Inc. McQuone of St. John’s the Evange- the company’s then President
Plymouth, Devon, UK Sumitomo cooperating to develop and produce the next gen- eration of solid-state gyroscopes, based on a silicon MEMS President/CEO: Kevin Pindard construction. www.siliconsensing.com Silicon Sensing Systems fourished, to enjoy a strong repu- tation for the production of low-cost reliable
data transfer. “As the subsea market continues to re- cover from a sustained downturn, cost ef- ? ciency is high on the agenda for the in- dustry,” said Kevin Taylor, VP of Subsea, Forum. “Forum recognized the opportu- nity to apply our leading software to a more compact vehicle to enhance capa- bilities
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eyes’.” time just feeling around is nearly impossible,” said Yaffee. “With The Author this level of visibility and positioning we are certainly able to Kevin Garcia review the conditions with the divers before they go under.” is business area manager for marine and spe- Scanning the river bottom, the team
‘Eyes’ on the Prize Tappan Zee Constructors ‘See’ Below Hudson River with Trimble Marine Construction Systems and Teledyne Marine Imaging. By Kevin Garcia ince 1955, the Tappan Zee Bridge has been a critical thoroughfare for New Yorkers commuting between Rockland and Westchester Counties, located
‘Eyes’ on the Prize Tappan Zee Constructors ‘See’ Below Hudson River with Trimble Marine Construction Systems and Teledyne Marine Imaging. By Kevin Garcia 38 Offshore Wind: Close to Construction? The beginning of July brought some upbeat, important news about offshore wind: Construction! By
Certi? ed Information Security Professional (CISSP) and Certi? ed SCADA Security Archi- Associate Publisher/Editorial Director Gregory R. Trauthwein 2 Kevin Garcia is business area manager for tect (CSSA). Mr. Mayger can be contacted at email@example.com marine and specialty construction in Trimble’s
2004. and, unlike present systems, rapid and jet drives, to avoid the lake’s water hya- ries can be designed to take advantage of US Coast Guard Captain Kevin Kiefer accurate. Using a combination of satel- cinth, will be ordered from an Australian energy saving when going downstream, explained how the
, even over the downturn, cost ef? ciency is high on the agenda for the indus- course of a 20.5 hour dive. This demonstrated the ? exibility try,” said Kevin Taylor, VP of Subsea, Forum. “Forum recog- and utility of the system, again proving its value as a regional nized the opportunity to apply our leading
Kevin Hardy oices T e shop was run by a short, barrel-chested supervisor every- one called “Moon.” Moon was could read it using “Magna- inch battleship shell converted an expert welder, we thought he See”,
Kevin Hardy oices (U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/Released) FLIP The Department of the Navy’s Floating Instrument Platform (FLIP) begins the process of tran- sitioning from horizontal to vertical by ? lling ballast tanks in the stern during a cruise commemo- rating 50 years of continuous service to
Kevin Hardy oices Photo: Oceanology International As MTR helps Oceanology celebrate 50 Years, regular contributor Kevin Hardy provides an insightful, personal re? ection on technology evolution in this sector. number of remarkable changes done by hand. The invention of the o-ring was hailed as a had
goes out to Elaine Maslin for her months-long effort to produce the main feature, Tom Mulligan, Ireland Claudio Paschoa, Brazil as well as thanks to Kevin Hardy, a regular contributor in our pages, for his personal and William Stoichevski, Oslo thorough narrative, starting on page 10, covering the industry’s
step with the 50th anniversary of Oceanology International, a personal walk-through of nearly ? ve decades of subsea technology development. By Kevin Hardy Insights 20 UUV Propulsor Design From the standpoint of vehicle propulsion physics, an unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) is little 20 different
Vice President for Ves- early 1980’s when he began work- sel Operations & Customer Service. ing for Kenner Marine & Machinery nounced the promotion of Kevin Wakefeld and a new offce location O’Loughlin holds a Bachelor’s De- (KMM). Following several consecu- in New Orleans. Wakefeld, who be- gree from
, from well Claudio Paschoa is MTR’s contributor intervention and asset integrity to subsea stationed in Brazil. robotics and wave energy. Hardy Kevin Hardy is President of Global Ocean Spain Mulligan Design, creating innovative components During 27 years at Teledyne RDI, Dr. Peter and subsystems
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE “The scheduling of the inspections, have been obtained under the Third Kevin Gilheany is a retired U.S. and completing them, was surpris- Party TSMS option, with the balance Coast Guard marine inspector and owner of Maritime Compliance ingly ef
all towing vessel companies are choosing Third Party Organizations (TPOs) for their Subchapter M compliance option. One size does not ? t all. By Kevin P. Gilheany nder Subchapter M, towing vessel companies may COAST GUARD OPTION REQUIREMENTS opt to use TPOs to conduct their audits and sur- Obtaining
Guard IS Contributing Writers Still an Option Susan Buchanan • Lawrence R. DeMarcay, III Tom Ewing • Joe Hudspeth • Randy O’Neill • Barry Parker By Kevin P. Gilheany PRODUCTION 26 OP/ED Production & Graphics Manager Nicole Ventimiglia • firstname.lastname@example.org Spill Response Capabilities: Impor-
Cui Weicheng, Shanghai Ocean University oices this June, guest speaker Kevin Hardy recalled the U.S. Navy’s termination to get this done. His in
the 97 m (318 ft) “RV Zhangji- shore. His mind keeps working while his body sleeps,” ob- an”, named for the founder of SHOU and launched in 2016, served Kevin Hardy, ScD, Global Ocean Design. and a smaller SWATH surface support ship “RV Shen Gua” Another measure of Cui’s i
WEICHENG Shanghai Ocean University, Director, Hadal Science and Technology Research Center (HAST), Co-Founder, Rainbow? sh Ocean Technology Company By Kevin Hardy, ScD, Global Ocean Design, San Diego 2018 October 10 MTR MTR #8 (1-17).indd 10 MTR #8 (1-17).indd 10 9/26/2018 2:36:13 PM9/26/2018