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  • Anthony J. McAllister of Mc- Allister Brothers, Inc., the marine towing and transport company, has been awarded the Stevens Honor Award by Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J. The award, which honors his extraordinary business career that spans six decades, was presented at the college's Alumni Banquet on October 20.

    Mr. McAllister received the Mechanical Engineering degree from Stevens in 1921. He began his marine training at 15 as quartermaster aboard the Hudson River excursion vessel Bear Mountain.

    After graduation from Stevens, Mr. McAllister joined the family firm. It was founded in 1864 by his grandfather, James McAllister of County Antrim, Ireland, with a single sail lighter that plied the waters of New York Harbor. The McAllister fleet today includes 50 tugs, 35 oil and dry cargo barges, and 14 crew and supply boats that operate along the Atlantic coastline from New York to Virginia, in the Gulf of Mexico, the Carib- operbean, the St. Lawrence and Great Lakes Seaways and most recently, the Antilles and the Arabian Gulf.

    Mr. McAllister retired as chairman of the board of McAllister Brothers in 1974.

    Mr. McAllister is a licensed engineer in the State of New York, and a member of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers.

    He is also one of the original founders of the Robert L.

    Hague American Legion Post, the first and still largest merchant marine post of the American Legion.

    In 1977, he was instrumental in forming the Maritime Group, whose purpose is to encourage closer technical and educational exchange between the marine industry and Stevens Institute.

    Mr. McAllister was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and has been a lifetime resident of the borough.

    Three of his five sons are highranking officers of McAllister Brothers, Inc. Mr. McAllister also has three daughters, none of whom are involved in the family business.

  • Goudy & Stevens Shipyard, East Boothbay, Maine, recently launched the Valdez Star, largest oil skimmer ever built in the U.S. Constructed under contract for JBF Scientific Company, Inc., the 600-ton, 123- foot-long, 31-foot-wide vessel is destined for duty in Prince William Sound, Alaska. The

  • Representatives of 19 companies with maritime operations met recently with administrators of Stevens Institute of Technology to discuss a liaison program between the maritime industry and the engineering and science college. The meeting was hosted by Anthony J. McAllister, chairman of the Finance

  • Goudy and Stevens shipyard, East Boothbay, Maine, recently launched the oil-spill recovery ship Shearwa- The 123-foot-longby31-foot-beam vessel is being constructed to JBF Scientific Company's design. The oil collection system and related hardware have been designed and built by JBF in Southwest

  • (state of Florida), ruled that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), applies to foreign vessels that embark passengers in U.S. ports. Stevens v. Premier Cruises (11th Cir. June 22, 2000) is a direct example of this Act. The first of its kind, and significant for all passenger operators

  • from North Vancouver to the Expo 86 site. Sparkman and Stephens, the world-famous yacht designers, have specified the MC- 500 Strut Drive in the new Stevens Custom 58, of which two vessels are on order. The company reports it has a strong team of design engineers to ensure that Ulstein Maritime keeps in

  • , Wash., to Anchorage, Alaska. Lynn Garvey, wife of Mike Garvey, Chairman of the Board of TOTE's parent company, Saltchuk Resources, Inc., and Lily Stevens, the daughter of Senator Ted Stevens (R- Alaska), were the ship's sponsors, christening M.V. Midnight Sun with ceremonial bottles of champagne

  • The U.S. Department of Commerce has approved Port Everglades' request to expand the Foreign Trade Zone from 30 to 82 acres. Commissioner Fred J. Stevens, senior member of the Port Commission, stated: "The 52-acre expansion area makes Port Everglades the largest Foreign Trade Zone in Florida."

  • . The tugboat fleet of the company, distinguished by red and white smokestacks, has long been a familiar sight in the Harbor. Mr. McAllister attended Stevens Institute of Technology, from which he graduated in 1921, and worked in the family business for his entire life, starting in 1915 as quartermaster on

  • Nor-Fishing '86, the 11th International Fishery Fair to be held in Trondheim, Norway, August 11-16, has been fully booked, with the Nidaro Exhibition Hall filled to its maximum capacity, despite a space increase of 30 percent over 1984. Thus, this year's Nor-Fishing exhibition will be the biggest

  • Ron Stevens, president of Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company, recently announced that the USNS Denebola was officially delivered to the U.S. Navy on October 10, 21 days ahead of schedule. At an informal meeting with employees to announce the early delivery, Mr. Stevens told the workers that they

  • 4350 62nd Avenue North Pinellas Park, FL 33556 Tel: (727) 954-3435    Email: robert.stevens@tampa-yacht.com Website: www.tampa-yacht.com President & CEO: Robert L Stevens The Company: Tampa Yacht Manufacturing LLC offers ‘Battle Ready’ products with superior strength, high performance and extended

  • MR Jun-19#21  2012
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    June 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 21

    T TECH: RENEWABLE ENERGY SurfWEC @ a Glance Company SurfWEC LLC Tech Wave Energy Harnessing Device Start of Design 2007 Patented 2012 Patent Owner Stevens Institute a patented variable-depth shoaling fea- sil fuels. The patent ricated with buoy- in 2019.” of Technology License Holder SurfWEC LLC ture

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    ‘go to’ ber of 2018. SurfWEC, with univer- offshore via technology that conquers in the wave energy category, both as a sity and industry partners – Stevens the challenge of highly variable wave have conspired to give stand-alone system and as added pow- Institute of Technology, ABB, Airline sizes

  • MR Jun-19#16 I
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    June 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 16

    I INSIGHTS: RENEWABLE ENERGY Joan Bondareff is of counsel in Blank Rome’s Washington, D.C., of? ce who focuses her practice on marine transportation, environmental, regulatory, renewable energy, and legislative issues. She currently serves as Chair of the Virginia Offshore Wind Development Authority

  • MT Jun-19#57 The Marine Institute’s Centre for Marine Simulation offers)
    June 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 57

    The Marine Institute’s Centre for Marine Simulation offers high-? delity, state-of-the-art technol- ogy, 360-degree visuals, and motion systems. The Centre can replicate specialized oil and gas operations including anchor handling on the Hibernia Offshore Operations Simulator. programs that range from

  • MT Jun-19#56 Research Institutions
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    June 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 56

    Research Institutions Photo: Advanced Access Engineering Above: This ‘smart’ butchering technology robotic system for butchering crab represents the ? rst use of robotics for process- ing crab anywhere in the world and is currently undergoing a patenting process. Right: Featuring extensive marine

  • MT Jun-19#55 Icebreaker design research is carried out in the ice tank)
    June 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 55

    Icebreaker design research is carried out in the ice tank at the Marine Institute, St John’s, Newfoundland. The Marine Institute’s Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Resources works with ? sheries around the world using a combination of numerical simulation, physical modeling in its ? ume tank, and

  • MT Jun-19#54 Research Institutions
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    June 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 54

    Research Institutions Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland At the Forefront of Ocean Technology Photo: Tom Mulligan World-class facilities, research and education at the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland By Tom Mulligan he Marine Institute or

  • MT Jun-19#52 Research Institutions
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    June 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    Research Institutions understanding for coral reefs is especially challenging be- cause they are submerged underwater and therefore ob- scured from casual view. With this study, we demonstrate the potential to use satellite images to make coral reef maps at a global scale.” Scientists now have a way to

  • MT Jun-19#2 June 2019 Vehicles
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    June 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 2

    June 2019 Vehicles Contents Volume 62 • Number 5 20 MUMs (& daughters) of invention Sea nymphs and MUMs are inspiring a new generation of underwater systems and vehicles. By Elaine Maslin Hydrographic Survey 28 Game Changer Offshore survey vessels are ready for faster sensors. By Jamie Sangster, CEO

  • MT Apr-19#53 Compared with historical data collected over centuries)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 53

    Compared with historical data collected over centuries, this year suggest seismic motion was consistent with displacement new information will help scientists better predict geologic at the full convergence rate. From the results of his missions, activity. Dr. Chadwell concluded the Wave Gliders have

  • MT Apr-19#52 ver the past 20 years, great strides have been made  Sea?)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    ver the past 20 years, great strides have been made Sea? oor geodesy projects are underway across the globe, all in the ability to observe and monitor the worlds’ in pursuit of scienti? c advances that will help us crack the ocean. Just think that less than two decades ago, one code on earthquake and

  • MT Apr-19#23 and when you add a higher tempera- stars keep urchins)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 23

    and when you add a higher tempera- stars keep urchins under control,” ture to that, it kills faster, causing a said Joseph Gaydos, senior author on bigger impact.” the paper and director of UC Davis’ Fisheries depend on nearshore kelp SeaDoc Society program. “Without forests to form a healthy environmen

  • MT May-19#41  while Raftery worked at Stevens Institute 
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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 41

    goal is to end human dependence on fossil fuels. The patent was submitted in 2007 and issued in 2012. It is was created while Raftery worked at Stevens Institute of Technology, the renowned engineering school, which paid for and owns the patent rights to the system, while SurfWEC has an exclusive

  • MT May-19#40  Energy 
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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 40

    SurfWEC LLC in Decem- The Technology ber of 2018. SurfWEC, with university and Wave Energy Harnessing Device making” Wave Energy industry partners – Stevens Institute of Tech- nology, ABB, Airline Hydraulics, Bosch- The Start of Design Converter which has been Rexroth, Deeptek, HYDAC, ISCO Pipe, Wire

  • 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

  • MN May-19#55  IMTRA employees 
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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 55

    Team as the Director of Customer Service. Derek Stern has been promoted to Director of Sourcing/Opera- tions. Longtime IMTRA employees Scott Stevens and Larry Lake have also been added to the Leadership Team with their focus on produc- tion and warehouse operations. The 55 www.marinelink

  • MT Mar-19#76 Preview Ocean Business 2019
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    March 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 76

    Preview Ocean Business 2019 keep conditions, long endurance, high laser payloads winch that will operate unmanned for performance and universal payload • Large harbor and estuary mapping. 30 days. OSIL were approached with integration – essential for all survey a requirement for a 24V waterproof

  • MT Mar-19#22 Insignts Decommissioning
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    March 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 22

    Insignts Decommissioning A program to help understand how offshore platforms and structures impact North Sea marine life – and therefore make more informed decisions on what to do with them at the end of their useful life – is hopping to address some of the questions. The Insite Program (standing for

  • MN Feb-19#53  has served  Engineering from Stevens Institute of 
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    February 2019 - Marine News page: 53

    in the management of shipping in Maritime Systems Environmental energy, and insurance industries. companies since 1972 and has served Engineering from Stevens Institute of as a member of the board of the Greek Technology and a BS in Environmen- Shipping Cooperation Committee of tal Biology Science with

  • MN Jan-19#29 Captain Steven Hearn, 
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    January 2019 - Marine News page: 29

    Captain Steven Hearn, BMCM, USCG using simulators for each student. And, of course, the U.S. nutshell, the software allows the instructor to build situations Coast Guard training requirements are covered. that show how Rose Point interacts with AIS, AIDS to Navi- gation and other vessels. Hearn adds

  • MR Nov-18#34 Work‘bots’
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    Work‘bots’ T e near-shore and inland workboat f eet is at the leading edge for autonomous vessel development t’s happening now. Out ahead Sea-Machines also partnered with More recently, towboat operator KO- While the advent of au- of the rulemaking process, au- Marine Spill Response Corporation TUG

  • MR Oct-18#58 Images / Renderings: CREDIT Kongsberg and RAL)
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    October 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 58

    Images / Renderings: CREDIT Kongsberg and RAL) AN AUTONOMOUS FUTURE Autonomy Arrives Excitement. Controversy. Curiosity. Skepticism. These are just a few of thoughts, and emotions that arise to any mention of the topic of autonomous vessels. By Joseph Keefe uturistic, remote-controlled marine mand

  • MR Oct-18#17 Association of Classi?  cation Societies  leading technologi)
    October 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 17

    Association of Classi? cation Societies leading technologies as a basis for new considerably with revenue more than dou- As a result of our efforts and achieve- (IACS) in 1988, KR works hard to ensure international maritime standards. bling. And this is not just the Republic ments over the last ? ve

  • MN Oct-18#8 Authors   Contributors
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    Authors Contributors & MarineNews October 2018 Volume 29 Number 10 Tom Ewing is a freelance an OSVDPA Quali? ed on writer specializing in energy Board Assessor (QOBA). and environmental issues. Capt. Mason is a Master Mariner and has 23 years Larry DeMarcay is a part- of experience working on