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  • Hawaii Superferry and Austal USA last month signed an agreement that could result in new passenger-vehicle catamarans for Hawaiian waters to create a commercial high-speed interisland ferry service. Hawaii Superferry plans to use Austal USA-built, high-speed, RoRo vessels to create "Hawaii's Interisland Highway," with catamarans carrying passengers, vehicles and freight between Oahu. Kauai, Maui and the Big Island, beginning in 2006.

    Under the agreement, Hawaii Superferry plans to purchase two 340-ft.

    catamaran ferries — able to carry 900 passengers and 280 vehicles, including trucks and buses — for delivery during 2006-2008 "For many years, I have envisioned 'a marine highway' for our islands, so I am pleased with the progress that Hawaii Superferry has made in creating an interisland ferry system that will serve Oahu, Kauai, Maui and the Big Island," said Senator Daniel K. Inouye, who has secured more than $25 million in federal funds for the development of ferry infrastructure. Final funding for the project is pending.

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  • Halter Marine, Pascagoula, Miss., signaling that the ship’s complex network of systems is complete and functional prior to delivery to Honolulu-based Pasha Hawaii. Sea trials are now anticipated before the end of the month, with vessel delivery to follow in March. “This critical milestone celebrates the culmination

  • Governor George Ariyoshi of Hawaii, and Ocean Minerals Co. of Mountain View, Calif., have jointly announced that a facility to study and test the processing of manganese nodules gathered by the ocean mining vessel Glomar Explorer will be built at Campbell Industrial Park on Oahu, and begin operations

  • Governor George Ariyoshi of Hawaii, and Ocean Minerals Co. of Mountain View, Calif., have jointly announced that a facility to study and test the processing of manganese nodules gathered by the ocean mining vessel Glomar Explorer will be built at Campbell Industrial Park on Oahu, and begin operations

  • American Hawaii Cruises recently announced two senior management appointments: Peter J. Bennett to executive vice president and chief operating officer, and George W. Thomason to senior vice president and chief financial officer. The announcement was made by Conrad Everhard, president and chief

  • Shipyard Inc. (KPSI) for two new containerships worth a cumulative $220 million. The 2,600-TEU diesel-powered vessels will be deployed in the company's Hawaii service when construction is completed in late 2003 and in 2004, respectively. "This significant investment in our Hawaii service underscores our

  • Matson Navigation's new containership MV Manukai was christened on July 12, 2003 by Margaret Inouye, wife of Sen. Daniel K. Inouye, (D-Hawaii), at a ceremony held at Kvaerner Philadelphia Shipyard, Inc. (KPSI). Not only is the vessel the first of a two-ship, $220 million contract with KPSI, it also

  • . (231.6-m) SS Matsonia in June created a unique opportunity for the private sector and the Navy to work together and maintain a vital supply line to Hawaii — a cooperative effort between Pearl Harbor Navy Shipyard and Honolulu Shipyard, Inc. The Matson flagship vessel, which experienced an intermediate

  • U.S. Senator Daniel K. Inouye, Democrat of Hawaii, Chairman of the Senate Sub-Committee on Merchant Marine and Tourism and architect of the Senate's Ocean Shipping Act of 1980, has been named the 1980 recipient of the Admiral of the Ocean Sea (AOTOS) Award. The award, for distinguished service to

  • , to bid on conversion of the roll-on/rolloff trailer ship Matsonia to a combination RO/RO and lift-on/lift-off container carrier for the West Coast-Hawaii trade. This followed a preliminary inquiry by Matson to shipyards around the country to determine which yards have the capability to handle the

  • larger quarters were first steps in a program of more aggressive marketing planned for the 15- year-old shipping agency. Following Air Force service in Hawaii, Mr. Burgess began his career in the maritime industry with Pacific Marine & Supply in 1966. For the past eight years, he has been with Fred L

  • SEACO, I n c o r p o r a t e d , 146 Hekili Street, P.O. Box 1171, Kailua, Hawaii 96734, has announced plans to design and construct an advanced type of fishing craft for use in the rough waters around the Northwest Hawaiian Islands. The 300-ton vessel will be 100 feet long and similar in concept

  • MT Oct-19#39  and recordings  sity of Hawaii served as moderator and)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 39

    web site will make many of the careers. Rosie Alegado from the Univer- For the ocean technology community presentations available and recordings sity of Hawaii served as moderator and one of the key elements of the confer- of some key sessions will also be avail- the panelists included Barb Kirkpatrick ence

  • MT Oct-19#35  
munity gathered in Honolulu, Hawaii  ocean observing in action)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 35

    1,500 members many ocean technology manufactur- of the global ocean observing com- ers. The displays attempted to convey munity gathered in Honolulu, Hawaii ocean observing in action and afforded (16-20 September). The OceanObs’19 visitors the chance to engage with new conference aimed to further align

  • MT Oct-19#22  on the surface ocean near Hawaii, 
through nearly 200 years)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 22

    researchers made the ? rst estimate of tion during the same time period. The research team, sifting the dimensions of plastic on the surface ocean near Hawaii, through nearly 200 years of sediments, noted that since the another Scripps study earlier in June found microplastics at 1940s the amount of microscopic

  • MT Oct-19#4  gathered in Honolulu, Hawaii, for 
118 E. 25th St.)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 4

    All All American Marine www.marinetechnologynews.com ast month 1,500 from the global ocean and subsea NEW YORK communities gathered in Honolulu, Hawaii, for 118 E. 25th St., New York, NY 10010 just the third OceanObs conference held in 20 Tel: (212) 477-6700; Fax: (212) 254-6271 years. The meeting

  • MN Sep-19#8  a freelance  military tours in Hawaii, where 
writer specializing)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 8

    Service (MMS). A re- http://bhbmlaw.com tired Navy Chief Petty Of? cer, Nicolette served her ? nal two Tom Ewing is a freelance military tours in Hawaii, where writer specializing in energy she was Senior Journalist for and environmental issues. the Commander in Chief, U.S. Paci? c Command and Force

  • MT Jul-19#76  still keeping 
versity of Hawaii, and 
its original company)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 76

    manufactur- ments prior to mining. ers of ocean and subsea technologies for Working with the Uni- industry and science, while still keeping versity of Hawaii, and its original company philosophy: “inno- the Lu’lukai ROV that vative, ? exible and tailored solutions are DOER built to their the key to

  • MT Jul-19#38 , “or at coastal 
Corps Base Hawaii, near Kaneohe, on Oahu)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 38

    for ? ying drones Wave Energy Test Site (WETS), located offshore of Marine from for wind farm blade inspection,” he adds, “or at coastal Corps Base Hawaii, near Kaneohe, on Oahu. ? sh farms. For oil and gas, standalone power and communi- The system also included an underwater data-logging and cations

  • MT Jul-19#37 ?  c (at a US Navy site off Hawaii). One of 
its next jobs)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 37

    equipment, Andrea Alessi, Offshore Renewable En- ergy Program Manager, ENI, told the Offshore Mediterranean UK and in the Paci? c (at a US Navy site off Hawaii). One of its next jobs is to provide a platform for a temporary 4G base Conference (OMC) in Italy earlier this year. OPT: Powering autonomy Image:

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  • MT Apr-19#37  developed from Hungary 
to Hawaii, although Portugal, it)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 37

    the involvement of mining companies, governments, rich subsea players and a Dutch dredging community. New vehicles are being developed from Hungary to Hawaii, although Portugal, it seems, is at the forefront of commercialization. By William Stoichevski part from dredging up gold and diamonds near- an integrated

  • MR May-19#79 .” 
carrier with a route from Hawaii to San Francisco. With)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 79

    . In 2006, we retro? tted the Moku Pahu, a U.S. ? ag, Jones Act bulk way to increased reliability for the ship’s crew.” carrier with a route from Hawaii to San Francisco. With ballast operations in California, this vessel encountered some of the strictest regulations in the world. For 13 years this

  • MN Apr-19#51  the future freight demands of 
Hawaii, the vessels bear increased)
    April 2019 - Marine News page: 51

    hull fuel tanks, fresh water bal- last systems, and a more fuel-ef? cient hull design. Con- structed speci? cally to satisfy the future freight demands of Hawaii, the vessels bear increased cargo capacity, with the ability to accommodate a diversi? ed mix of cargoes. The Container ship BWM (D2) DG Gas ready

  • MT Mar-19#57  known, and researchers from Hawaii to Hong Kong will attest)
    March 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 57

    will revolutionize ocean research. In the networks of this heavyweight science network, the limitations of AUVs are acutely known, and researchers from Hawaii to Hong Kong will attest, that it is harder to communicate with AUVs than it is with space probes and their “infra- structure of Deep Space Network

  • MT Jan-19#47 . The Pro 5  The University of Hawaii’s H6500 ROV “Lu’ukai”)
    January 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 47

    , search & recovery, exploring DOER Marine: Delving Deep in the Paci? c the ocean ? oor up to 305m, and various others. The Pro 5 The University of Hawaii’s H6500 ROV “Lu’ukai” support- builds on the strengths of the Pro 4, with more thrust, longer ed a number of missions in 2018, making over 100 dives

  • MN Feb-19#44  of its operating routes from Hawaii to the  off until enabled)
    February 2019 - Marine News page: 44

    Fleet One, Dunlap has eliminated the patchy vated and ready for use, while data capability is normally coverage on all of its operating routes from Hawaii to the off until enabled. Voice is always active ready to be used. Aleutian Islands. Now its vessels can reliably access full- color weather images

  • MN Feb-19#43  – is always a perceived 
to Hawaii and beyond. But, for Dunlap)
    February 2019 - Marine News page: 43

    . Nevertheless, price – especially above the Arctic Circle, and across the Pacifc Ocean for coastwise and inland operators – is always a perceived to Hawaii and beyond. But, for Dunlap, who operates issue when it comes to satellite solutions. And, Dunlap a 12-Vessel Fleet, it has been the coastal routes

  • MN Feb-19#27  on tides     are scarce in Hawaii.
  and currents to augment)
    February 2019 - Marine News page: 27

    is the critical • Helps meet the need for concept. Note that fnal sand resources, which placement depends on tides are scarce in Hawaii. and currents to augment • Seawall stabilization. mudfats, marshes, and • Erosion prevention, breached salt ponds. particularly important

  • MR Jan-19#35  plant. The Fraunhofer Insti-
Hawaii on Jan. 19. Both the eighth)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 35

    (WMSL 756), will be commissioned in speed catamaran in the Mediterranean Four ships are currently under con- production plant. The Fraunhofer Insti- Hawaii on Jan. 19. Both the eighth ship, and with a service speed up to 38 knots struction at the San Diego shipyard, in- tute in Rostock carried out the

  • MR Dec-18#44  Daniel K. Inouye in 
honor of Hawaii’s late senior U.S. Sena-
tor)
    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 44

    the largest container- ship ever built in the U.S. in a ceremony at the Philly Shipyard on June 30. The new vessel is named Daniel K. Inouye in honor of Hawaii’s late senior U.S. Sena- tor, who was a longstanding supporter of the U.S. maritime industry and its impor- tant role in supporting Hawaii’s econo- my

  • MR Dec-18#10  Weather 
the northwestern Hawaiian Islands, be- 1952, a)
    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    are located in ing navigation aid for Allied forces. In models project an increase in the fre- Nederland alone) the National Weather the northwestern Hawaiian Islands, be- 1952, a more powerful Loran Station quency of Category 4 and 5 hurricanes Service had to add two new colors to tween Kauai and Midway

  • MT Nov-18#42  Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, Hawaii, and On- Texas-based and)
    November 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 42

    back to 1919. Today, WMI has of? ces and repair Maxie McGuire is President of Callan Marine, LTD. This yards in the North Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, Hawaii, and On- Texas-based and family-owned dredging business was found- tario, Canada. Eric Ellefsen is the President of Weeks. The ed in 2009. Callan

  • MR Oct-18#15  notice that  United States, Hawaii, Alaska and other  and)
    October 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 15

    in the number of users and diversi? ca- third ASM is a geographic notice that United States, Hawaii, Alaska and other and the reliability and universality of its tion of applications, including vessels can de? ne an area and provide informa- US locations such as Guam and Puerto network infrastructure.

  • MT Sep-18#8  Snorre oil? elds in the 
Oahu, Hawaii from December 8-15 will)
    September 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 8

    farm to supply electricity to Students facing off in the AUVSI Foundation’s Maritime RobotX Challenge in the Gullfaks and Snorre oil? elds in the Oahu, Hawaii from December 8-15 will battle for cash prizes and bragging North Sea as part of a strategy to curb rights by completing a series of tasks to demonstrate