Puma

  • With a turnover of more than 50 percent, 2001 proved extremely successful for ASRY — the yard repaired more than 104 vessels — 18 of which were more than 175,000 dwt. Dock occupancy remained high throughout the year with the graving dock achieving 97 percent occupancy and two floating docks achieving 86 percent and 92 percent occupancy.

    Steel work at the yard increased with a total of approximately 6,734 tons of steel renewal being performed - an increase of approximately 52 percent on the previous year. Partly responsible for this increase was the conversion of Abouzar 1200 from a derrick barge to a deep water pipe lay barge, which utilized more than 1,200 tons of new steel.

    In addition, ASRY also made headway within the painting and blasting arena, completing more than 3.1 million sq. m.

    of painting and 778,751 sq. m. of blasting.

    With the world wide tanker fleet being the main market for ASRY throughout the past year, various owners have decided to call on ASRY for work on their ULCCs and VLCCs. Owners such as, Vela Corp., Bergesen, Kuwait Oil Tanker Co., Wilh. Wilhelmsen, Andros Maritime and SembCorp.

    Seeing the demand for repair work in the gas and chemical market, ASRY has continued to grab hold of this area with Odfjell as its main customer. In total, seven chemical carriers were repaired at ASRY, including the Bow Eagle, Bow Viking, Bow Puma and Bow Eagle.

    Repairs were also performed on three additional chemical carriers and a trio of LNG carriers.

    So far this year, ASRY has been able to enjoy the continual flow of steady work. The yard was filled to capacity during the first two months of the year, beginning with two VLCCs from Saudi Arabia's Vela Corp. - Mirfak Star and Polaris Star, both of which were drydocked.

    These vessels were followed by the 301,550 dwt Hamal Star and the 284,553-dwt Awadah, which arrived from Kuwait Oil Tanker Company.

    World Prelude (265,553 dwt), from Singapore's World Wide Shipping was also docked at ASRY for painting and blasting. This particular job involved more than 100,000 sq. m. of ballast tank blasting and coating utilizing Sigma TCN systems — giving the vessel necessary service life up to 25 years.

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  • keep the vessel in position. To faciliate operations and to allow the ship to be resupplyed at sea, a large helideck certified to handle a steel-Super Puma type helicopter has been fitted forward of the bridge. Moreover, the vessel's separate pollution control system for containing corrosive and oily spilla

  • includes an advanced DP system, two moonpools, a fully heave-compensated revolving crane (rated 150 tons dynamic load), an overhead crane and a Super Puma-capable helideck. The primary operational roles include the installation of moorings for FPSO's, diverless tieins, well servicing, flexlay, manifold

  • 63m and a lifting capacity of 50 Mton (55 UStons). This monstrous machine has a height of 30m and tips the scales at 1200 Mtons. The original contractor, PUMA, used the machine from 2011 through 2012 for the construction of a stone dune at the Port of Rotterdam, an important part of the hard sea defense which

  • vessel's equipment outfit includes an advanced DP system, two moonpools, a fully heave-compensated revolving crane (rated at 150/250 tons) and a Super Puma-capable helideck. Following its extensive conversion program and successful sea trials, the vessel has gained instant acceptance in the global offshore

  • migrant interdiction, humanitarian assistance and search and rescue missions. Unmanned Systems The service has evaluated unmanned systems such as the Puma and Scan Eagle unmanned aircraft system (UAS).  USCGC Bertholf’s UAV testing actually contributed to a significant drug bust when the UAS detected and

  • are supporting the U.S. Fourth Fleet, homeported at Mayport, Florida. The Fifth Fleet ships have received new remotely-fired guns, Griffin missiles and Puma unmanned aircraft.  USS Hurricane (PC 3), Manama, Bahrain USS Typhoon (PC 5), Manama, Bahrain USS Sirocco (PC 6), Manama, Bahrain USS Squall (PC

  • cable deployment spreads. Scope for undertaking unbroken, longer work assignments is enhanced by the foreship helideck, strengthened to receive a Super Puma-type aircraft, and enabling personnel to be changed out at sea. In terms of bunker capacity relative to the fuel consumption profile, the ship has

  • MR Sep-17#50  an 
speed catamarans the Seacor Puma and  41-foot (57.5 x 12)
    September 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 50

    latest CrewZer Class-DP2 high- The design of these two new 188 by comfortable ride.” Spain, the two new boats will add to an speed catamarans the Seacor Puma and 41-foot (57.5 x 12.5-m) vessels is very Cummins is also providing auxil- already signi? cant list of innovative ves- Seacor Panther. With four

  • MR Oct-16#66  rated at 270 kWe. Named Puma  been chosen as the main)
    October 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 66

    sets rated at 290 kWe, as well as a fully enclosed QSM11-powered The Wärtsilä 31 four-stroke diesel engine has deck generator rated at 270 kWe. Named Puma been chosen as the main engine for a new purse seiner/trawler being built by the Danish ship- and Panther, the crewboats will be built at Astil- leros

  • MR Jun-15#45  combination. while underway.  PUMA is a battery 
food, fuel)
    June 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 45

    combat ship program. U.S. Navy photo cause the T-AKEs provide ammunition, The Navy has stationed ten coastal midable combination. while underway. PUMA is a battery food, fuel, and other dry cargo at sea. patrol boats (PCs) in Bahrain to operate The 380-ton PCs have a small crew powered, man-portable

  • MR Mar-15#51  keep the  systems such as the Puma and Scan  proaches—that)
    March 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 51

    unmanned ogy-based as well as non-material ap- But despite the discussions and budget struction, the service must also keep the systems such as the Puma and Scan proaches—that offer improved solutions analysis about repairing, extending ser- existing ? eet maintained and repaired. Eagle unmanned

  • MR Sep-14#10  ($105 million)
• 6.4 Super Puma helicopters ($29 
million)
    September 2014 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    an in- fographic showing that Liberty Bay’s price is equivalent to roughly: • 1.8 x Floyd Mayweather’s 2013 winnings ($105 million) • 6.4 Super Puma helicopters ($29 million each) • 23 minutes of Superbowl advertis- ing time (at a value of $4 million per 30 seconds) According to our calculations

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  • MR Mar-89#43  Fort Leopard, Fort Lion, Fort 
Puma, Northern Falcon, Northern)
    March 1989 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 43

    eight chemical tankers from the John Frederiksen Group for over $200 million. The eight vessels, the Fort Chee- tah, Fort Leopard, Fort Lion, Fort Puma, Northern Falcon, Northern Panther, Northern Wolf, and Northern Eagle, will delivered shortly and operated worldwide by Odfjell West.fal Larsen

  • MR Apr-00#43  an overhead crane and a Super 
Puma-capable helideck. The primary)
    April 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 43

    an advanced DP system, two moon- pools, a fully heave-compensated revolving crane (rated 150 tons dynamic load), an overhead crane and a Super Puma-capable helideck. The primary operational roles include the installation of moorings for FPSO's, diverless tie- ins, well servicing, flexlay, manifold

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    equipment outfit includes an advanced DP system, two moon- pools, a fully heave-compensated revolving crane (rated at 150/250 tons) and a Super Puma-capable helideck. Following its extensive conversion program and successful sea trials, the vessel has gained instant acceptance in the global

  • MR Dec-01#28  to 
receive a Super Puma-type aircraft, and 
enabling)
    December 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 28

    deployment spreads. Scope for undertaking unbroken, longer work assignments is enhanced by the foreship helideck, strengthened to receive a Super Puma-type aircraft, and enabling personnel to be changed out at sea. In terms of bunker capacity relative to the fuel consumption profile, the ship

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  • MT Sep-13#73  NOAA personnel operating a Puma UAS; University  of Alaska)
    September 2013 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 73

    vehicle (UUV) and a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) to search for simulated oil spills. RDC has assembled a team to in-clude NOAA personnel operating a Puma UAS; University of Alaska, Fairbanks researchers operating Puma systems funded by The Center for Island, Maritime, and Extreme Environment Security

  • MT Jul-12#69  other vehicles at  Woods Hole (Puma and Jaguar which are rated)
    July 2012 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 69

    ranging from the open ocean to the dense ice cover of the Arctic. Besides the original SeaBED vehicle, it operates two other vehicles at Woods Hole (Puma and Jaguar which are rated to 5000m) and have built or are in the process of building  ve vehicles for other groups to operate.A number of marine

  • MT Jan-10#22  and landing area for two Puma class helicopters and it)
    January 2010 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 22

    , the vessel keeps continuous record of weather data for meteorological institutions around the world. The vessel has a shelter and landing area for two Puma class helicopters and it will feature laboratories, a gym, a library, and a small hospital. Henry Valentine, Director: Antarctica and Islands, said

  • MT Jan-08#14  Knorr, researchers will unleash Puma and Jaguar at the same)
    January 2008 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 14

    to navigating and communicating in the deep. On an 18-day expedition to the South Atlantic aboard the research vessel Knorr, researchers will unleash Puma and Jaguar at the same time; the AUVs will be unpiloted and unattached to the ship. Puma is designed to use sonar, lasers, and chemical sensors to sniff

  • MT Sep-07#5  William County Schools 22 Puma 18 Ramon Cabrera 38 Robert)
    September 2007 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 5

    Diesel 27 Ohmsett 43 Olympus 45,46 Oslo RS Platou 10 Pacific Gyre 42 Pal Helsing 38 Paul McKim 39 Phoenix International 38 Prince William County Schools 22 Puma 18 Ramon Cabrera 38 Robert Reves-Sohn 18 Robert Schmidt 24 Rock Solid Images 47 Saab Seaeye 46 Saipem America 42 Scripps Institution of Oceanography

  • MT Sep-07#19 , researchers used the Puma AUV, or "plume mapper,")
    September 2007 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 19

    to lay eyes on completely new life forms that have been living in the abyss beneath the Arctic ice pack." During the expedition, researchers used the Puma AUV, or "plume mapper," to sniff out the chemical and temperature signals of hot, mineral-rich fluids venting out of the ocean floor. Once Puma finds

  • MT May-07#37  suite (FLA, SLS). SAS and L-PUMA capable. Alternate payloads)
    May 2007 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 37

    error < 0.15% distance traveled Existing UHF SATCOM on extensible mast. Existing mine detection/classification acoustic sensor suite (FLA, SLS). SAS and L-PUMA capable. Alternate payloads could replace existing comm and sensors. Vehicle drop weight could be replaced with additional payload. If vehicle is extended

  • MR Jan-4-11#39  of the nuclear waste
freighter Puma . The ship was in danger
of)
    January 4, 2011 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 39

    Helps Save Nuke Waste Freighter A magnetic patch made by Miko Ma- rine AS of Norway was used to seal a leak in the hull of the nuclear waste freighter Puma . The ship was in danger of sinking on December 18, 2010, when it experienced a leak in its engine room while sailing south along the coast of Norway

  • MR Jan-2-11#39  of the nuclear waste
freighter Puma . The ship was in danger
of)
    January 2, 2011 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 39

    Helps Save Nuke Waste Freighter A magnetic patch made by Miko Ma- rine AS of Norway was used to seal a leak in the hull of the nuclear waste freighter Puma . The ship was in danger of sinking on December 18, 2010, when it experienced a leak in its engine room while sailing south along the coast of Norway

  • MR Jan-11#39  of the nuclear waste
freighter Puma . The ship was in danger
of)
    January 2011 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 39

    Helps Save Nuke Waste Freighter A magnetic patch made by Miko Ma- rine AS of Norway was used to seal a leak in the hull of the nuclear waste freighter Puma . The ship was in danger of sinking on December 18, 2010, when it experienced a leak in its engine room while sailing south along the coast of Norway

  • MT May-08#23  for Sikorsky S92
and Super Puma operations. Kongsberg
HMS)
    May 2008 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 23

    hatches have a capacity of 750 t SWL. Helideck The vessel is fitted with an approved and certified helideck suitable for Sikorsky S92 and Super Puma operations. Kongsberg HMS 100 is fitted. Communications Systems The vessel is fitted with an extensive com- munications system including a dual

  • MR Oct-05#29  . . . . .For Sikorsky and Super Puma
Accomodation . . . . )
    October 2005 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 29

    sets, each appox 2000 kW Main propellers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 x 3500 kW Helideck . . . . . . . . . . .For Sikorsky and Super Puma Accomodation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90 Deadweight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6,200 tons

  • MR Nov-98#49  Tiger, Sea Leopard 
and Sea Puma. The latter three vessels)
    November 1998 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 49

    and Sea Lynx, all of 2,100 TEU capacity, have since been joined by 2,480 TEU Sea Panther and 2,460 TEU sisters: Sea Tiger, Sea Leopard and Sea Puma. The latter three vessels replaced three smaller Crowley-owned ships, Sea Wolf, Sea Fox and Sea Lion, which have been chartered out for the Atlantic