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  • Sun Transport, Inc. and the Military Sealift Command (MSC) recently signed a contract for MSC's five-year charter of Sun Transport's 34,400-dwt p r o d u ct tanker New York Sun (See December 1, 1980 issue MR /EN, page 28). The contract for MSC's charter of the newly constructed tanker in the worldwide trade was signed by Sun Transport president Frederick P. Eisenbiegler and Rear Adm. Bruce Keener III (Commander-MSC) during brief ceremonies at MSC's Washington, D.C., headquarters.

    Commenting on the charter, Mr. Eisenbiegler said: "This signing brings to a successful conclusion our marketing efforts to find the right customer for the ship.

    Sun Transport faced stiff competition in bidding for this charter.

    Our vessel was selected because its modern features make it the rierht ship at the right time for MSC operations. The ship's fuelconserving diesel power plant and a satellite navigation system that will enable it to pinpoint its position at any given time are two major operational features that certainly contributed to the MSC decision to charter the ship." S p e c i f i e d modifications have been made to the tanker that will enable it to refuel U.S. Navy ships under way, as well as permit the transfer of personnel and light, dry cargo between itself and other ships while at sea. Features of the 612-foot-long vessel i n c l u d e automation, permitting control of engine speed and direc- tion from the bridge; air-conditioned crew quarters; and an elevator connecting four superstructure decks with the engine room.

    Six pumps are installed to discharge the tanker's 247,000-barrel cargo in 15 hours.

    Other features of the New York Sun include segregated ballast, an oil/water separation system, a sewage storage and t r e a t m e nt system, and a collision avoidance system.

    The Navy's M i l i t a r y S e a l i ft Command provides for the oceanborne transport of Department of Defense cargo.

  • The petroleum product carrier M/V Philadelphia Sun (shown above) has left Sun Ship Inc., Chester, Pa., and joined its sister ship, the New York Sun, in the Sun Transport U.S.-flag tanker fleet, a considerable portion of which is assigned to transporting petroleum products to the Delaware Valley region

  • The Philadelphia Sun, second of a new class of fuel-efficient, dieselp o w e r e d coastal tankers under construction for Sun Transport, was launched recently at the Chester, Pa., yard of Sun Ship. A cheering crowd of more than 8,000 guests, employees and their families looked on as Mrs. Pat Green

  • AMBASSADOR In November this year the Jos. L. Meyer shipyard in Papenburg, West Germany, delivered the rollon/ roll-off ship Ambassador to Coordinated Caribbean Transport, Inc. (CCT) of Coral Gables, Fla., a subsidiary of Transway International Corporation. The $19.5- million RO/RO is the first

  • presidents of two of its subsidiaries. Frederick P. Eisenbiegler, bulk ship product group vice president for Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company — another Sun subsidiary— has been made president of Sun Transport, Inc. He also will hold the title of vice president and general manager of marine transport

  • Dock Co., Chester, Pa., has appointed Richard Schmitt as naval architect, Shipbuilding Administrative Division. Mr. Schmitt's responsibilities include the review and updating of ship repair cost estimating techniques and the development of special marketing programs. He reports to Everett C. Hunt

  • The 23,500-dwt combination container-roll-on/roll-off ship John B. Waterman (shown above) was christened recently at the Sun Ship yard in Chester, Pa. Sponsor of the vessel was Mrs. George B. Moran, wife of a director of Waterman Industries, during a brief ceremony. The 692-foot Waterman is being co

  • Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, the oldest four-year naval architecture undergraduate institution in the U.S., recently announced the selection of a new trustee member — Frederick P. Eisenbiegler. Frank J. Graziano, chairman of the board of Webb Institute, stated that he is "delighted and pleased

  • The S/S John B. Waterman is the first of three combination rollon /roll-off (ro/ro) container vessels being constructed by Sun Ship, Inc., Chester, Pa., for Waterman Steamship Corp. of New York. Delivery of the Waterman is scheduled for April 1981. Its design is very close in basic concept to a new

  • Lester Rosenblatt, president of M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc., naval architects and marine engineering firm of New York, recently announced the appointment of Amos Baki to the position of vice president of the corporation. As manager of the Washington area branch in Arlington, Va., Mr. Baki is responsibl

  • vice president-operations at Pennsylvania Shipbuilding, Chester, Pa. He succeeds John A. Serrie, who has retired after more than 40 years in the shipbuilding industry. Mr. Wittmeyer has 30 years of experience in shipbuilding. He started in the engineering department of the John H. Mathis

  • A $281,203 contract for the Development of a Standardized U.S. Flag Dry Bulk Carrier has been awarded to M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc., Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 350 Broadway, New York, N.Y., by the Department of Commerce, Maritime Administration. M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc. has formed a

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    Jun 16-18, Bergen Ad Close: Jun 22 Ad Close: Jul 21 Ad Close: Aug 21 JULY/AUGUST JULY SEPTEMBER MTR 100 - Edition Autonomous Vehicle Operations The 15th Annual Listing of 100 Subsea Residency MTR White Papers: Leading Subsea Companies Hydrographic ROV Technology: Work Class to Micro MTR

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    Image: Trendsetter Vulcan Offshore An artist’s rendering shows a typical tethered BOP installation. The Wellhead Fatigue Mitigation System uses four anchors sequent time work is done on the well and then translate that to provide foundations for the tensioner units, tensioners that to fatigue damage

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    Tech Files Prolonging Wellhead Fatigue Life By Jennifer Pallanich hen oil and gas operators need to carry out much the BOP moved. “It’s hard to reconstruct a well history workovers or plug and abandon a deepwater and convert it into fatigue life,” Chell says. well, a primary concern is how much fatigue

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    AUMD: Autonomous Dredging s autonomy gains a foot- bowthrusters. with the ? at bottom cross section, and hold in the maritime world, A power/speed prediction comparison the depth of the vessel is limited to only dredging appears next in line study with a conventional trailing suc- 8.5 meters which

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    a new Calibration of Sea State Data Multibeam Sounder Availability of reliable, real-time ocean WASSP Multibeam launched a new surface data can improve the safety, ef? - rapid deployment multibeam sounder ciency and performance of offshore and – the W3 Rapid Deployment System marine operations, as well

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    Image: Equinor) Equinor’s Hywind Tampen project will use ? oating wind turbines to provide power to the Snorre and Gullfaks oil and gas production facilities. value over cost, the report suggests, though this will require and low-carbon technologies (such as carbon capture and stor- operators and services

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    Markets Offshore Energy The‘ New Normal’ By Eric Haun, Managing Editor, Offshore Engineer he “new normal” is a phrase tossed around often in Energy Agency (IEA) said in an October report that the off- offshore energy circles as those servicing and oper- shore wind capacity may increase 15-fold and attract

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    ure, geophysical impacts on water qual- were helpful in understanding thermal els developed by the USGS, U.S. Army ity and ? sh habitat, and stream bed evo- dynamics, tracking pollutants, trac- Corps of Engineers and U.S. Bureau of lution. ing nutrient drift patterns and follow- Reclamation. ing the

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    Remote Sensing Riverine Exploration for the ? ight team because they needed grated 29MPixel Prosilica GT6600 digi- for topographic surfaces, and at least 2 to collect three disparate types of data tal camera, and an ITRES CASI 1500H pulses/m2 for bathymetric surfaces. The within the same timeframe.

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    oat-mounted sonar has long these technologies are changing the humans all rely on the Kootenai River, it been the technology of choice ways rivers and inland waterways are has become a hotbed of research on ? u- for gathering bathymetry data modeled, and delivering valuable new vial processes

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    strument also provides ethernet connectivity, helpful in today’s ever more sophisticated undersea vehicles. Meanwhile at Sonardyne, the Syrinx DVL has been incorporat- ed in an innovative solution - the hybrid acoustic-inertial naviga- tor SPRINT-Nav. Here, the DVL transducers, the inertial motion unit

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    m, 50 m maximum altitude from its 25mm high and 55mm diminutive form factor. Hydromea Providing a communications link be- tween vehicles or assets is another new kid on the block – Hydromea. The ? rm’s founders, Felix Schill (CTO) and Alexan- der Bahr (COO), had started out design- ing a swarm of miniature

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    technology to create small, power-ef- done before,” says Skisland. object, such as a vehicle. It’s been in- ? cient and cost-effective products. We At the Tau event, Water Linked’s po- tegrated with Blue Robotics mini ROVs take a very integrated approach where sitioning system was used as an “under- since

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    event in Tau, near Stavanger, Norway, Bird View demonstrated its ideas. about a year, says Malik, mostly fo- drone so ? sherman know faster where have the bandwidth to receive new mis- cused towards the ? shing sector. This ? sh are. sions, without direct control. has involved using a DJ1 6-blade drone

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    2020 & Beyond: Tech Trends The March of M NotiloPlus’ Seasam AUV during a demonstration. Photo: NotiloPlus By Elaine Maslin growing battalion of small, in turn driving smaller technologies that manned systems in the offshore space, compact systems is march- support them. The result is a few new held by

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    ties in the EEZs and also the Flag State the marine environment. To this end, mineral resources from the deep ocean authority of the Mining support vessel. ABS has Rules and Guides which aid ? oor has always seemed just out of All of these will enforce speci? c safety not only Owners and Regulators

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    Beyond: Subsea Mining Regulations could be promulgated in circumstances must be properly planned design, it must be considered that once 2020. A link to the draft version of the and designed into the vessel or rig. the slurry reaches the mining support Regulations can be found here https:// For many, the

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    oastal ? ooding disasters navigation gates hold the largest engi- CONTROL have occurred periodically neering challenge, balancing demands through history often fol- for the widest possible gate opening, Clowed by construction of against cost and engineering to develop ? ood defenses to help ensure

  • MT Nov-19#12 The Revised Strategic Plan of the IHO
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    The Revised Strategic Plan of the IHO Goal 1: Evolving hydrographic support for safety and ef? ciency of maritime navigation, undergoing profound transformation Targets SPI (measure for success) 1.1 Deliver standards for hydrographic 1.1.1 Percentage of Member States having operationalized production and

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    The Oi brand does not rest on its audience for each event, for example at the team are also building audiences laurels, and in fact you have recently Oi Americas in San Diego, over 90% of from key SE Asian markets including expanded, again? the audience have never visited another Japan, Malaysia and

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    David Ince, Event Director, Oceanology International oices tion focusing on this element, and then largest Oi exhibition yet, with more cal Conference, Ocean Futures Forum reiterated in the special 50th anniversary than 500 companies represented across (Blue Economy and Emerging Mar- supplement we are

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    David Ince, Event Director, Oceanology International oices From its founding in 1969, Oceanology International has evolved into what is ar- guably the biggest and best gathering for the global subsea technology community. To help celebrate Oi’s 50th, Marine Tech- nology Reporter visits with David

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    Editor’s Note 2020 Vision Photo: NORTEK www.marinetechnologynews.com ersonally I ? nd it hard to believe that yet another NEW YORK year has ? own by and we will soon turn the clock 118 E. 25th St., New York, NY 10010 and enter the year 2020. That said, the end of the Tel: (212) 477-6700; Fax: (212)