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  • A new series of automatic weather facsimile receivers has been added to Raytheon Marine Company's line of electronics for the commercial marine industry.

    The RAYFAX 1200 line includes four different models, each offering simple push-button operation and built-in facilities for unattended recording of weather and fisheries charts as well as high-speed news and data transmissions.

    All models deliver highdefinition prints on odorless, aluminized, 12-inch-wide recording paper.

    Automatic recording is accomplished in response to standard start/stop tones transmitted by the f a c s i m i l e s t a t i o n s of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), which covers most areas of the world with weather data transmitted day and night from more than 50 radio facsimile stations. The free service offers more than 800 topical weather charts, including wave height analysis and prognosis, forecasts of severe weather, sea ice condition charts, sea surface weather prognosis, sea surface temperature charts, tropical storm warnings and satellite cloud pictures.

    In addition, special information such as fisheries charts and daily news for mariners is also available.

    Special features of the RAYFAX 1200 models include a unique fine-tuning system with a built-in adapter for single sideband reception, and a built-in receiver with spot-frequency channel selection.

    Models are available with or without low-frequency channels for high-definition recording, and with or without high-speed scanning (240 rpm) for recording of news broadcasts.

    All models are easily installed, requiring only a 110/220 VAC power input cable and a simple antenna wire. Additional information and complete specifications can be obtained from John Millard, Raytheon Marine Company, 676 Island Pond Road, Manchester, N.H. 03103.

  • dog bringing its master a paper, pipe and slippers is a part of Americana folklore. Maritime Telecommunications Network, Inc. (MTN) delivery of daily news to residents aboard the world's most unique cruise ship is visions of the future. MTN has entered an agreement with ResidenSea to provide newspaper

  • , iPad-based chart plotter for professional pilots and mariners.  It is designed to make the job easier for pilots and other marine professionals in their daily routine. Version 2.0.5 includes Vessel Parking System (VPS), which ensures high precision docking thanks to real time audio/visual information on external

  • available on its SeaMail electronic mail service. Called "InstantlNews," the new service allows mariners, wherever they are, to receive a variety of daily newspapers from eight different countries in six languages that cover American, British, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Pacific and Spanish

  • Owners in Shipping; Private Equity, Banks and Financial Institutions – firms requiring a better understanding of construction issues, vessel condition and daily commercial operations. Founded in 2007, AMTECH provides construction supervision, third party ship inspection, ship repair supervision, integration

  • , overcoming the prohibitively high satellite communications costs. The service enables seafarers in the middle of the ocean to have affordable access to daily digital newspapers, television news, sports updates, music, and movies. The service also provides operational content such as electronic chart updates

  • and chief operating officer of Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News, Va. The former executive vice president will be responsible for the company's daily operations. John P. Diesel remains chairman of the board and chief executive officer. In that capacity, he retains his present overall responsibility f

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  • terms of the 100 percent buyout, OceanSat will continue to operate as a separate unit of IDB-A. OceanSat provides over 50 cruise ships worldwide with daily condensed versions of major international newspapers, transmitted by Inmarsat satellite. Ships which subscribe to OceanSat are provided with a

  • bring — business-wise — when it is difficult to project what is in store for the coming weeks and months. Gloom is surely the mood of the day, fed by daily reports of plummeting freight rates and oil prices, as well as Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings, such as was recently announced by American Classic

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    ENVIRONMENTAL GREEN SHIP RECYCLING Mrs. Saltkjel stated, “We are careful not but choose not to follow the regulations In order to ensure that EU SSR and HKC are making procedures that ? t the actual to use the words ‘certifying’ or ‘validat- when they are not being externally moni- are adhered to