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  • Marine Builders, Inc. of Utica, Ind., recently launched the Missouri River Queen (shown above), a 95- foot paddlewheel excursion boat with a 31-foot beam, 6'/2-foot depth, 3'4-foot draft and a '/-inch steel hull.

    The 600-passenger vessel was delivered to Richard Lynn of Kansas City, Mo., where plans call for it to make daily excursion trips along the Missouri River in the Kansas City area.

    The main engines on the Missouri River Queen are two Cummins NT855-Ms rated 290 horsepower at 1,950 rpm, and generators are two I.E.C. model G415GAD rated at 85 kw each and driven by two Cummins 6BT5.9-GC engines. Other equipment includes Twin Disc reduction gears, Columbian Bronze four-blade stainless-steel propellers, Fernstrum Gridcoolers, Furuno radar, and ENERGAIRE air compressor.

    The Missouri River Queen was designed by Alan L. Bates and features steering controls on each wing of the wheelhouse. The engine controls are Marine Builders, Inc. design, and feature full pilothouse instrumentation including low oil pressure, high water temperature and gear oil pressure alarms.

  • , Inc., Morgan City, La., has arrived for service in St. Louis, Mo. Conrad Industries' CEO, J. Parker Conrad, said the unit, which was contracted for by Missouri Drydock and Repair Company, Cape Giradeau, Mo., is being used primarily to drydock river pushboats. This vessel, measuring 180 by 78 feet, is unique

  • River City U.S.A., Inc., the Kansas City, Kan., operators of the Cummins NTA-855-M-powered paddle-wheeler Missouri River Queen, recently took delivery of a second passenger vessel, the new 150-foot, 800-passenger America. Built by Marine Builders, Inc. of Utica, Ind. (also the builder of the Missouri

  • Hudson Shipbuilders, Inc. (HUDSHIP), Pascagoula, Miss., recently delivered the 70-foot towboat Trotter (shown above) to Missouri River Barge Lines of St. Louis, Mo. The vessel is HUDSHTP's standard 70-foot towboat design and represents the yard's continued diversification in the ever-changing

  • is made up of persons engaged in the maritime industry and related businesses. Mr. Patrick succeeds William M. Gardner of Frank B. Hall & Co. of Missouri, Inc., as president of the St. Louis Club. Other elected officers are: vice president, James V. Swift, The Waterways Journal, business manager

  • engineering. Nabrico is a division of The American Ship Building Company. Mr. Hoffmeister received his bachelor of science degree from Southeast Missouri State University in 1961, where he was a member of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. His marine experience started at the Missouri Dry Dock and

  • last battleships built by the United States. In addition to the U.S.S. Iowa (BB-61), the class includes the U.S.S. New Jersey (BB- 62), the U.S.S. Missouri (BB-63), and the U.S.S. Wisconsin (BB-64). The ships were originally commissioned between 1943 and 1944, were in active status during both World War

  • New Jersey. The U.S. Navy plans to modernize and bring four battleships back into service. These include the USS New Jersey, the USS Iowa, the USS Missouri, and the USS Wisconsin. The first modernization, the USS New Jersey, is now completed at a cost of approximately $326-million. Modernization

  • more than f o u r years, capping a distinguished 37-year career in this branch of the Army. His assignments included that of Tulsa District Engineer, Missouri River Division Engineer, and Director of Civil Works

  • engineer from 1981 until his more recent appointment as chief structural engineer. He holds a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Missouri- Rolla and a M.S. degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Houston

  • sales and marketing responsibilities on behalf of Delta Line in the states of Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Iowa, and Missouri. Irvin Bedrava, formerly Delta's Chicago office manager, has been retained by Delta as its senior sales executive for the region, and will continue

  • s e r v i c e s, Mr. Shapiro had served as a rate and traffic analyst for Federal Barge Lines. Mr. Shapiro is a former teacher in the Affton Missouri School District. He joined Federal Barge in 1978 as a dispatcher

  • MN Nov-19#85  to bring the 
Osage Beach, Missouri, is the only certi? )
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    propeller shops with The Prop Specialists, operating for twenty-six years in older inspection devices, Cool Breeze decided to bring the Osage Beach, Missouri, is the only certi? ed propeller repair complete scan and repair process in-house. The arrival of shop in the Lake of the Ozarks. Their service

  • MR Sep-19#47  Ozarks community in central Missouri.   demonstration boat)
    September 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    the Silver Ships also delivered its AM800 ? re/rescue vice area and is equipped with state-of-the-art technol- Lake of the Ozarks community in central Missouri. demonstration boat as a custom out? tted vessel for Ma- ogy, including an on-board ? re pump that can ? ow near The ? reboat’s 34-foot frame

  • MN Aug-19#72  in Saint Louis County, Missouri supporting the en-
tire)
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    in Alaska and used on the Yukon River during the gold rush days of the late 1800’s. Today, Schoellhorn-Albrecht is lo- cated in Saint Louis County, Missouri supporting the en- tire marine industry worldwide. Their goal is to provide clients with the best technical solution with the highest The Case:

  • MN Feb-19#37  
aboard the towboat M/V 
Missouri while the ves-
sel was)
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    it could be reused or discharged into the receiving waters. The prototype Marine/ FAST sewage treatment system was installed aboard the towboat M/V Missouri while the ves- sel was underway. It was an immediate success.” And, the rest is history. Scienco/FAST Evolves with Regulatory Change In 1975, The

  • MN Feb-19#36 . 
cienco/FAST, a St. Louis, Missouri-based manufac- vey ships)
    February 2019 - Marine News page: 36

    of Marine sewage devices (MSD) recently received an extraordinary service order. Or, maybe it’s not that extraordinary. cienco/FAST, a St. Louis, Missouri-based manufac- vey ships, school ships, river towboats, harbor tugs, cruise turer has, over many years, had plenty of experience ships, and foat

  • MR Nov-18#50  Guard 25-foot re- sippi, Missouri and Kaskaskia riv-
Coast)
    November 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 50

    to be continually successful on the acquisition quisitions. side, we have to be at about $2 billion a year. 1 2 eter, a Coast Guard 25-foot re- sippi, Missouri and Kaskaskia riv- Coast Guard Commandant Karl Coast Guard Cutter Waesche pre- sponse boat is

  • MR Oct-18#64  of  July 4, 1991:  USS Missouri  SNAME Turns 
tanker)
    October 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 64

    autonomy and decar- better manage the survey pro- bonization. cess,” said Wiernicki. “Through 1989 1991 1992 1993 Grounding of July 4, 1991: USS Missouri SNAME Turns tanker Exxon Arleigh Burke (BB-63), the last 100. Valdez on Bligh (DDG 51) is active American Reef, Prince commissioned at battleship

  • MT Jul-18#53  Electronic 
Energy Corp.
Missouri City, TX
www.swe.com
President)
    July 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 53

    Southwest Electronic Energy Corp. Missouri City, TX www.swe.com President & CEO: Len Benckenstein Since 1964, SWE has been a pioneer in innovative energy solutions serving the needs of original equipment manufactur- ers in diverse ? elds such as oil and gas, oceanographic, mili- tary and remote. SWE has

  • MR Jun-18#60  
Drive Sunset Hills, Missouri, 63127 USA essential)
    June 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 60

    for Mobile and/or New Or- Job Location: Scienco/FAST 12977 Maurer Industrial leans of? ce. Master/Ch. Of? cer/Ch. Engr. license/COC Drive Sunset Hills, Missouri, 63127 USA essential. Experience in H&M and P&I surveys a plus. Contact Must be in U.S. and pro? cient in English. Competitive President salary

  • MN May-18#44  Global Aftermarket Solutions, Missouri has a lot of  funding)
    May 2018 - Marine News page: 44

    & Transportation Industry consultant for Cater- • Would states be willing to collaborate, to split the cost of pillar Global Aftermarket Solutions, Missouri has a lot of funding a qualifying application involving a vessel that runs barge traf? c while all the waterways meet in Paducah, KY. between both

  • MN May-18#14  Library at the University of Missouri -  more than 300 projects)
    May 2018 - Marine News page: 14

    Foundation, and board member for the H.T. Pott The American Chemistry Council estimates that there are Inland Waterways Library at the University of Missouri - more than 300 projects representing capital investment of St. Louis. He is a past chairman of both the Waterways $185 billion in various stages

  • MN Feb-18#10  are the Lower Mississippi and Missouri Rivers,  experienced)
    February 2018 - Marine News page: 10

    features of U.S. domestic waterways. The principal half of the vessels navigating a lock in the Tennessee River exceptions are the Lower Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, experienced close to 4 hours of delay. which are free-? owing but still require hydrologic struc- Central to this edition of MarineNews,

  • MN Oct-17#24  River in the St. Louis, Missouri,  unit trains – carrying)
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    the heartland of America, one 15-mile sec- cheaper rates to large barge-loading facilities that can turn tion of the Mississippi River in the St. Louis, Missouri, unit trains – carrying 110 to 125 railcars of grain and agri- L region delivers the highest level of grain barge handling cultural product – in

  • MN Aug-17#73  in 1969 on board the M/V Missouri Tugboat,  1242 and purchased)
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    discharges from commercial vessels. Since the ? rst Transportation (ARTCO). The unit is a Model 15D S/N installation in 1969 on board the M/V Missouri Tugboat, 1242 and purchased in 1975. This team of marine engi- these MarineFAST Sewage Treatment Systems are installed neers and ? eld experts brings

  • MN Aug-17#26  Stanley Lopata in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1947 
allowing workers)
    August 2017 - Marine News page: 26

    , linings, and ? reproo? ng. Carboline was ing asphalt barge decks from the hot temperatures that rise, founded by Stanley Lopata in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1947 allowing workers to walk the deck safely and preventing valu- and has grown into a global organization. Carboline’s cut- able energy from

  • MN Jul-17#59  JB Shipyard of St. Louis, 
Missouri, has laid the keel for)
    July 2017 - Marine News page: 59

    when every second counts. uct/marine-coatings www.mustangsurvival.com First U.S. Tug Installed with Veth Z-Drives Barbour JB Shipyard of St. Louis, Missouri, has laid the keel for a new harbor tug, the ? rst here in the USA that will be powered by Veth Z-drives. Twin Disc is the distributor for Veth

  • MN Oct-16#48  arm resulting in  is, Missouri. The BoomVane was the)
    October 2016 - Marine News page: 48

    can also tow heavier the late 1990s took place on the Illinois River near St. Lou- booms greater distances than an outrigger arm resulting in is, Missouri. The BoomVane was the clear winner at pull- ing and holding a boom from the shore into the current. It wider sweep swaths. Illinois-based Elastec

  • MN Aug-16#76  adhesive  board the M/V Missouri Tugboat, MarineFAST Sew-
force)
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    corrosion protection due in waterways. Since the ? rst installation in 1969 on to optimized resistance to abrasion and greater adhesive board the M/V Missouri Tugboat, MarineFAST Sew- force in combination with thicker coats of paint. The en- age Treatment Systems have been installed on myriad vironment

  • MR Jun-16#67   N N Y  N  Y
9155121  MAERSK MISSOURI  Containership  50,698)
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    74,642 84,868 2007 Maersk Line A/S Y Y N N Y 9255244 MAERSK MICHIGAN Tanker 28,517 47,047 2003 Handytankers K/S N N Y N Y 9155121 MAERSK MISSOURI Containership 50,698 62,226 1998 Maersk Line A/S Y Y N N Y 9305312 MAERSK MONTANA Containership 50,686 61,499 2006 Maersk Line A/S

  • MN May-16#12  are a native of St. Louis, Missouri, hence you 
American)
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    staff participate actively in TSAC’s work because we’ve seen ? rsthand what a valuable forum it is. President & COO, You are a native of St. Louis, Missouri, hence you American Waterways grew up watching the inland industry virtually grow up around and with you. Did that early exposure bring Operators

  • MR Dec-15#70  the company 
in Independence, Missouri. He served in  coordinating)
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    born July 22, 1956, and passenger vessel markets as well as and only 60 of the company’s more ular focus on Hong Kong, the company in Independence, Missouri. He served in coordinating advertising and marketing. than 5,300 employees have received the said. Over the next 12-18 months, Leung the U.S

  • MR Sep-15#71  in 1969 on board the M/V Missouri Tugboat, MarineFAST Sewage)
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    technology and continually requested by vessel owners and chief www.fronius.com engineers. Since the ? rst installation in 1969 on board the M/V Missouri Tugboat, MarineFAST Sewage Treat- ment Systems have been installed on myriad workboats and offshore facilities to provide total sewage treat- ment

  • MT Jul-15#77  of trawl)
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  • MN Aug-15#77  in 1969 on board the M/V 
Missouri Tugboat, MarineFAST Sewage)
    August 2015 - Marine News page: 77

    sanitation technology and continually requested by vessel own- ers and chief engineers. Since the ? rst installation in 1969 on board the M/V Missouri Tugboat, MarineFAST Sewage Treatment Systems have been installed on myriad workboats and offshore fa- cilities to provide total sewage treatment