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  • Chesapeake S h i p b u i l d i n g of Salisbury, Md., has been awarded a contract with Star Line Corporation of Williamston, Mich., to design and build a full service restaurant vessel. Construction has begun on the 122-foot Star of Sanford which will be placed into service in central Florida late this summer.

    The vessel will have a seating capacity of 400 and will be equipped with a full galley capable of preparing all meals onboard.

    The Star of Sanford's schedule will feature both luncheon and dinner cruises.

    Powered by twin GM Detroit Diesel engines, the vessel will employ the latest innovations and technology to insure passenger comfort. Superb interior appointments and deluxe spaciousness of the Star of Sanford will be enhanced by large observation windows which allow passengers an unobstructed panoramic view of the shoreline during cruises.

    Chesapeake Shipbuilding designed this fully air-conditioned vessel for use specifically as a luxurious restaurant vessel. It is the fourth vessel of this type to be built by Chesapeake and is the third passenger ship contract signed by the company in recent weeks. Other vessels currently under construction include a 210- foot coastal cruise ship and a 122-foot excursion vessel.

  • a recent acquisition in Saudi Arabia, managing container terminals in Jeddah and Jubail.Port Canaveral, less than 200 miles south of Jacksonville in Central Florida, had a thriving cruise business, a major submarine base and some space-related shipping but, except for bulk cargo including cement and salt,

  • interested in the project. But the actual railroad that serves the site and continues around Lake Okeechobee is a short line railroad called the South Central Florida Express, which is wholly owned subsidiary of U. S. Sugar Corporation.“We haven’t been pushing the inland port in the last couple of

  • designation for Port Canaveral is good news for logistics and supply chain managers importing agricultural products to meet the high-demand Central Florida consumer market. With this new designation and the port's close proximity by land and sea to this high-demand market, transit time of produce

  • SCN Container Line Inc. initiated independent service linking the three major ports of South Florida with 18 ports in a dozen countries in Central America and South America. Led by South Florida shipping industry veterans Fernando Bowen and Raymond M. Hernandez, SCN Container Line began

  • and (800) 221-5100. The World Trade Center office is headquarters for the Northeast Region of Crowley's Caribbean Division encompassing eastern and central New York, eastern Pennsylvania and Maryland, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Vermont, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, Delaware, and

  • F.X. McNerney, Director of the Maritime Administration's Central Region, announced that George T. Bornkessel has been named Region Port Development Officer in the Office of Port and Intermodal Development in New Orleans, La. In his new assignment, Mr. Bornkessel is responsible for initiating

  • the past year, more than 30 companies have used the Zone as a transshipment point to distribute merchandise from the Far East and Europe to South and Central America, and only about 10 percent of the merchandise handled has entered the United States. Commissioner Stevens stated: "The Zone is developing

  • to Jacksonville to make it work. Dave German explains, “We recognize the value of the space industry to the local community and surrounding areas in Central Florida. So being who we are in this community, it is incumbent upon us to make sure that that industry is successful. It is not going to be sufficient

  • Club, Port of Miami and Port Everglades. He will continue to operate from the company's Southeastern region office. Tom F. Curry has been promoted to Central Gulf sales manager for Heavy Duty marine sales in the Gulf of Mexico and inland waterways and offshore platforms. Mr. Curry was employed by Internation

  • two 5kw marine generator sets powered by Perkins 6.3544 (M) diesels. These generator sets provide power for a water desalinization unit and central air-conditioning, among other things. Perkins Engines, Inc., of Wayne, Mich., is a leading supplier of marine diesels in North America offering engine

  • Krupp Atlas Elektronik, Houston, Texas, has named Henry S. Woods III marine sales manager, South/Central, it was announced by Manfred Reimann, general manager. In his new post, Mr. Woods reports directly to Mr. Reimann in the Houston office. Mr. Woods will be responsible for sales of Krupp Atlas

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    Jersey Bight will likely have Coast staging and assembly work. east coast offshore wind industry. “Off- sive moves on port development. More one central OFW port. That’s quite a victory. But is it too self- shore Wind Power, Planning for Ameri- speci? cally, of? cials need to select one There are

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    BOATBUILDING 30% improvement in fuel economy, ceptional performance and helm con- turn completely around 180-degrees which improves the bottom line of trol in the most challenging marine in just four boat lengths at high speeds. your business. environments. The wave-piercing bow Along the way, Baltic

  • MN Nov-19#30 WORKBOAT COMMUNICATIONS
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    WORKBOAT COMMUNICATIONS ISO: Af ordable & Reliable Workboat Comms T e commercial shipping world can benef t from greater range of communications and reduced satel- lite costs. Domestic brown water operators know all too well that’s easier said; than done. Until now. By Joseph Keefe n the fast moving

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    LNG BUNKERS According to Steve Cadden, the chief operating officer of SEA/ LNG, an industry group that promotes the use of LNG as marine fuel, there are 168 LNG-fueled ships in operation today and another 177 on order. In addition, there are 141 ‘LNG-ready’ ships — dual-use vessels that could be converted

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    LNG BUNKERS Credit: Halter Credit: Eagle Who’s Fueling Whom? A snapshot of Florida’s nascent LNG bunkering business. By Rick Eyerdam ith the Port of Jacksonville the frst and most visible Whatever the case, it is clear that the LNG bunkering industry LNG bunkering port in the United States, it seems is

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    Editor’s Note With the ‘IMO 2020’ mandate looming large in the proverbial center porthole, Califor- nia’s edict for emissions-free port operations by the year 2030, the ballast water treatment rules and, of course, ever-escalating IMO and EPA engine Tier ratings all impacting the global supply chain

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    Justin Manley The Breaking Waves, Breaking Barriers Panel at OceanObs’19. Obs’19 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

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    ministration and put us on the right Central focus: A 10-year plan to track.” achieve 100% clean energy by de- Cost: $1.7 trillion in federal spending carbonizing electricity, vehicles and over 10 years and leveraging an ad- buildings. She proposes: ditional $5 trillion in local, state and • A “Green

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    , many of the existential threat – not just to our en- F Ds write – our existence depends on direct action. vironment, but to our health, our com- Central to avoiding climate catastrophe is making electricity the singular munities, our national security, and our fuel – from keeping the lights on and

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