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  • The Philadelphia Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers held its October meeting at the Engineers' Club in center city, Philadelphia.

    About 70 members and guests turned out f o r the presentation of a paper on an interesting aspect of the use of the handheld computer.

    Following the social hour and dinner, chairman Tom Campbell turned the session over to coordinator Jim Wittmeyer, who introduced the speaker and author, Merville E. Willis of Sun Ship.

    Mr. Willis's paper, "The Personal Computer as an Aid to Preliminary Ship Design," describes a system that is intended to utilize the availability of the personal programmable computer to enable the designer to obtain a much greater grasp of the hull characteristics at an early stage.

    It is possible to obtain the hydrostatics at shallow drafts — information that is essential for designing effectively to the IMCO ballast rules for tankers.

    The discussers for the evening were Frank L. Pavlik, Daniel J.

    Dekoff, Jan A. Lorenzen, and Roger Button.

  • allided with a railroad bridge and failed to report the incident to the Coast Guard. Sadly, but not all that rare, the pilot was provided with faulty draft information regarding the vessel he was piloting leading to the allision. No damage was reported by the pilot or the ship’s master to either the vessel or

  • to significant fuel savings. The Fuelmaster is said to be particularly effective in maximizing performance through such parameters as optimum trim, draft, wave encounter and squat effect. For example, to identify the optimum trim condition for a given vessel, the ship's master would record consumption fi

  • Shipyards and marine and offshore fabrication facilities across North America are being offered a new way to fill their design and drafting requirements. Genoa Design International Ltd. has launched a unique web-based system that facilitates the delivery of detail design and drafting services through

  • J. Doud Jr., Uniflite Executive vice president and general manager. The 11-meter Sea Fox patrol boat will have a deep-vee hull and special shallow-draft propulsion system powered with twin Detroit Diesel 6V92TA engines rated at 450 hp each. It will be adaptable for transportation of special forces

  • will carry crude oil from North Sea fields to shoreside terminals. The ship will have an overall length of 843.2 feet, beam of 150.9 feet, and draft of 52.5 feet. Main propulsion will be provided by two Wartsila/M.A.N.-B&W diesels, each with an output of 9,760 bhp at 95 rpm. For additional information

  • . Copies of The Marine Encyclopaedic Dictionary, at $35 each, are available from Gulf Publishing Limited, P.O. Box 576, Valletta, Malta. Make check or draft payable to Gulf Publishing Ltd

  • vessels in the U.S. fleet. Add to the above 10,000 tugs, towboats, and offshore support vessels, the balance of the United States shallow draft self propelled fleet consisting of 11,000 ferries, patrol boats, dredges, pilot boats, fire boats, small harbor tankers, etc. and the number of

  • a portion of which is carried in the cargo holds and the rest on deck. The vessel's shape has been de- signed to meet the task requirements for a high-draft vessel — that is, its freeboard draft will create no significant drop in speed as compared to a high-draft vessel. The design of the bulbous bow

  • connected to a control system that houses Opto 22 control hardware that processes real-time logic relative to the physical devices (e.g. pumps, valves, draft sensors). Opto 22's Factory Floor suite of hardware and software products was selected because of the flexibility and ability to process complex

  • .    Every port has depth information. After all, that’s what differentiates a port from the non-port land around it; personnel know how deep a ship’s draft can be for cargo transfer. This information needs to get to the mariner and be sent upstream, respectively, to the cargo shipper; to the cargo contract

  • of Registry    PanamaLength (OA)    199.95 mLength (BP)    191.55 mBreadth (molded)    32.2 mDWT (at Scantling Draft)    15,425 MTDepth (molded)    37.4 mDesign Draft (molded)    9 mSpeed (at Design Draft)     19.9 knotsMain

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    ROSE POINT ECS FLEET SERVICES Rose Point Navigation Systems is moving into the Fleet Management market with the announcement of their next level of product offering called Rose Point ECS Fleet Services. ECS Fleet Services is an optional add-on to Rose Point ECS Update Services. The new set of features

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    Waterline 140.7 ft/42.9 m ger ferry for Azam Marine of Tanzania, Africa. Beam o.a. 37.7 ft./11.5 m This vessel is the tenth vessel designed by Incat Draft (hull) 5 ft./1.5 m Crowther for the operator, and the seventh ves- Depth 14 ft./4.25 m sel built for the operator by Richardson Devine Construction

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    contract issue Operched on the precipice of full-blown litigation or arbitration. When I ask to see the contract, often times I see errors in drafting that either (1) give rise to the problem before me or (2) could create a bigger problem for the client in the future. The risk of drafting error

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    design from Robert Allan Ltd. of Vancouver, Canada. The tugs will push barges containing bulk products in the Amazon River sys- tem. This shallow-draft pusher tug, HB PIRARARA and her sister vessel, HB PIRARUCU are RApide 4000-Z3 tugs. Construction was successfully completed by Estaleiro Rio Maguari

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    PlusC technology with 1.4MWHr of energy storage to increase the safety and reliability of the vessel. LOA: 293’ Propellers: (2) Voith Schneider cycloidal DRAFT: 16’ Beam: 66’ Capacity: 70 Car / 495 PAX Builder: Gulf Island November 2019 MN 9

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    REGULATORY REVIEW Subchapter M: One Year In Industry SME (Captain) Pat Folan weighs in from the front lines. *All images: Pat Folan t has been an interesting year for towing industry. blue water COI’s and TVE’s being scrutinized to the same As the new Subchapter M towboat rule rolled out, it degree? If