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  • Washburn & Doughty Associates, Inc. of Woolrich, Maine, has announced the signing of three construction contracts and the company's entry into two new markets—a sail-powered passenger vessel and an offshore lobster boat.

    Currently under construction is the 73-foot Bay Lady II, a gaff top sail schooner building for Bay Lady Cruises of Bar Harbor, Maine. Designed by Wallstrom & Watkins Associates of Blue Hill, Maine, the new vessel features a triple chine hull and will accommodate 49 passengers for day sailing in Maine waters.

    Built to Washburn & Doughty boatyard standards, which meet or exceed ABS requirements for steel vessels under 200 feet, the Bay Lady II will also be in full compliance with applicable U.S. Coast Guard regulations for carrying passengers for hire, lakes, bays and sounds.

    The second contract, with the Palombo Lobster Company of Sandwich, Mass., is for a 65-foot offshore lobster boat designed by Washburn & Doughty. With principal dimensions of 65 by 18 feet by 6 feet 4 inches, this vessel will be longitudinally framed through the midportion, with transverse framing forward. Her main engine will be a Detroit Diesel 8V71 rated 230 bhp at 1,800 rpm. Reverse gear will be a Detroit Allison with 3:1 reduction ratio. Delivery is scheduled for July this year.

    The third contract has been signed with Poseidon Fishing Inc.

    of Fairhaven, Mass., for a 107-foot scalloper designed by John Gilbert of Boston. This boat will be a first for the U.S. East Coast fishing industry in that all the engines will be manufactured by Deutz of Germany, sold through Fairhaven Marine of Fairhaven, Mass. The main engine will be a Deutz S/ BVM 628, a four-stroke, in-line 6- cylinder engine featuring direct injection. It is rated at 1,264 continuous bhp at 900 rpm. The reverse/ reduction gear will be by Reintjes.

    This scalloper will have accommodations for a crew of 16, finished in formica trimmed with mahogany.

    Delivery is expected in the fall of 1984.

  • A major East Coast ship overhaul and repair center, constructed at a cost of $46.7 million, was opened recently in Portland, Maine. The facility, jointly owned by the City of Portland and the State of Maine, will be operated by Bath Iron Works Corporation (BIW), which has maintained a shipyard 40

  • an agreement in principle for the merger of Allied into a wholly owned subsidiary of Twin City Barge. Allied operates on the inland waters of the East Coast, in coastal trade between Gulf and Atlantic ports, and in ocean transportation from Maine to Texas, including the Caribbean. Mr. Law, as

  • The Edward T. Gamage shipyard in East Boothbay, Maine, recently d e l i v e r e d the westernrigged dragger/scalloper Settler to Capt. Didrik Didriksen of New Bedford, Mass. Designed by Woodin & Marean, Inc. of West Boothbay Harbor, Maine, the Settler is the ninth fishing vessel built by the

  • Berger Marine, Inc., Seattle-based manufacturer and distributor of marine hardware and seafood processing machinery, has appointed two major U.S. East Coast marine equipment distributors, according to company president James L. Montgomery. Maritime Equipment, Inc., with headquarters in Flemington

  • , Seattle, Wash., who will handle eight of the cutters on the West Coast, and Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine, who will handle four cutters on the East Coast, are both involved in the project. At present, five of the 12 vessels are equipped with the Envirovac vacuum toilet system. On the ships now

  • Goudy and Stevens shipyard, East Boothbay, Maine, recently launched the oil-spill recovery ship Shearwa- The 123-foot-longby31-foot-beam vessel is being constructed to JBF Scientific Company's design. The oil collection system and related hardware have been designed and built by JBF in Southwest

  • to provide the maximum in cargo-carrying flexibility. When delivered to States, the ships will move cargo from West Coast U.S. ports to the Far East, including containers, automobiles, farm machinery and equipment, and any form of palletized cargo. The Nevada has a design speed of 23 knots,

  • , and the Gulf of Alaska); two in Morro Bay, CA; and one in Ft. Pierce Inlet, FL.  The fully licensed projects include Verdant Power’s tidal project in the East River, NY; a project in Admiralty Inlet, Puget Sound, WA; ORPC Maine’s tidal project in Cobscook Bay, ME; and Whitestone Power’s tidal project in the

  • , and the Gulf of Alaska); two in Morro Bay, CA; and one in Ft. Pierce Inlet, FL.  The fully licensed projects include Verdant Power’s tidal project in the East River, NY; a project in Admiralty Inlet, Puget Sound, WA; ORPC Maine’s tidal project in Cobscook Bay, ME; and Whitestone Power’s tidal project in the

  • , they were right." The Maine firm had no experience or track record in oil rig construction when Vigue sought out the Petrodrill project. One of the East Coast's largest construction companies, Cianbro was best known for large civil and heavy industrial projects. Two of the company's most recent major

  • beacon systems, which have been installed by the Coast Guard at St. Mary's River, Mich., and Wildwood, N.J. Similar systems will be installed at other East Coast and Gulf Coast beacon sites in early 1992. Magnavox has been a pioneer in the development of beacon-based differential GPS technology. Last year

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    the UK, the world (Houston) to help the company work on 1. Increase diversity among the poten- leader in offshore wind. offshore wind projects on the East Coast. tial workforce pool. Dr. Yahalom was a participant at the Smith participated in the SUNY discus- 2. Standardize training and establish September

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    everyone responded be 25 such economic engine ports on the cation makes it likely the new facility Maritime College hosted a to an interview request.) east coast. More realistically, the New would capture the majority of all East Oconference on the emerging One top issue: there needs to be deci- York–New

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  • MN Nov-19#98  Allan Ltd. announced that  East, superintendent of Gulfport)
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    Engineers in Motion – ceremonial ribbon-cutting were Glen within its Technical Solutions divi- Robert Gage, P. Eng. Robert Allan Ltd. announced that East, superintendent of Gulfport School sion. Before joining HII, Griebenow District; Ciara Coleman, program worked as the project manager for Robert

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    equal, it pounding this reality, various sectors are advocating for would still be a big learning curve for the incoming people the ‘USCG Option.’ One East Coast sector sent people to get up to speed on towing vessel COIs. But, all inspec- to industry days and the message was that towing vessel tors are

  • MN Nov-19#54 BOATBUILDING
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    BOATBUILDING From Estonia with Love Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding, the classic Maine boat designer and builder will build to Baltic Workboats design for the domestic workboat market. By Rick Eyerdam yman-Morse Boatbuilding, the classic Maine boat where Estonia is,” he said with a laugh. “Then you get over

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    Offshore product. Bene? tting from vessels. He is an alumnus of SUNY Mari- Roberts extensive UK, Norwegian, South time College in both undergraduate and East Asian and US based market network, graduate studies. A member of PVA’s ensures VV’s offering is kept to date and Safety & Security Committee, he

  • MN Nov-19#2 CONTENTS
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    CONTENTS MarineNews November 2019 • Volume 30 Number 11 INSIGHTS 14 Sean Fernstrum President, R.W. Fernstrum & Company SAFETY 26 Dollars & Sense: Making a Pro? t with a Safety Management System (SMS). By Richard J. Paine, Jr. WORKBOAT COMMUNICATIONS 30 ISO: Affordable & Reliable Workboat

  • MP Q3-19#38  sand transloading facility in East Fairview, along the  tions)
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    Midstream owns and operates a crude gathering, lo- With our partners NorthStar, we’ve implemented innovative solu- gistics and sand transloading facility in East Fairview, along the tions to make clean, safe, reliable and affordable LNG available western edge of the Bakken play in far northern North Dakota

  • MP Q3-19#25 , global exports of ethane have 
east coast of China. To that)
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    the Just Over the Horizon ships’ cargo on a roundtrip between the U.S. Gulf Coast and the Driven by U.S. shale oil and gas, global exports of ethane have east coast of China. To that end, ABS – the IACS classifcation risen from zero to eight million metric tons annually in the past society of choice for

  • MP Q3-19#18  capacity 
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    and changing expecta- Wtions of tonne-mile demand? Maybe it is the reputation of each vessel’s shipyard? How about refnery capacity growth in the Middle East and Asia? And, then there’s the enforce- ment of tighter regulations with stricter safety and environmental standards? And, what about that clean energy

  • MT Oct-19#14  the Paris Agreement  South and East Coast, to farmers facing)
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    Civilian Conservation Corp.” families devastated by hurricanes in the that “we have less than 11 years left to • Rejoining the Paris Agreement South and East Coast, to farmers facing transform our energy system away from and providing $200 billion to the Green ? ooding in the Midwest, to ? re? ght- fossil

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  • MR Oct-19#69   and Damen Shipyards Gorinchem East 
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    Damen next generation. This means that what Verolme, Damen Shiprepair Rotterdam we do has to be both pro? table and in and Damen Shipyards Gorinchem East tune with the environment in which we both undergoing installation before the operate. We have a very strong focus on end of 2020. this and are

  • MR Oct-19#64  Islands are just off shore of east China’s Zhejiang 
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    connections from a shoreside station or mous control and monitoring system, the Sharktech second vessel. The Zhoushan Islands are just off shore of east China’s Zhejiang province, and lie south of Shanghai on Hangzhou Bay. The main Coastal Passenger Ferry for China island is home to a naval base, shipyards

  • MR Oct-19#62  which affects the  Great Eastern Shipping, Varun Ship-)
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    companies such as the stakeholder seminars to discuss key in- with industry partners through a struc- jor regulatory changes which affects the Great Eastern Shipping, Varun Ship- dustry regulatory positions such as the tured program of engagement including ship operating fraternity with the ballast

  • MR Oct-19#31  (VLCCs),  a backslide in the East Coast’s traf-
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    to bring about facilities had already come online, with discharging on the U.S. West Coast and on Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs), a backslide in the East Coast’s traf- additional LNG trains to follow. U.S. moving towards Caribbean load ports. like the big ore carriers, they are far too ? c gains

  • MR Oct-19#30  bring about a backslide in the East Coast’s 
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    HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL IMO2020, impacting all aspects of shipping, has the po- tential to bring about a backslide in the East Coast’s traf? c gains. Joshua Hurwitz, Senior Consultant at port designer ? rm Moffaft & Nichol has made the case that in- creased fuel costs due to IMO2020 could prompt 1.

  • MR Oct-19#29  routing goods from the Far East. 
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    much wider choice 2016) of steel from Asia and Europe were in nascent dimensions of 1,200 x 161 ft. with a 49 ft. of options routing goods from the Far East. Courtesy of the Panama Canal Authority. stages. Long gone names Isthmian Lines (es- draft are now able to transit utilizing newly However, it will

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  • MN Sep-19#58  of innovation, 
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    and capabilities to bring exciting new solutions to the ? re pro- tection industry. This year Victaulic celebrates a century of innovation, C-MAP Reveal East Coast 100 years since it was granted its Charts Now Shipping Innovative New Line Launcher industry patent for mechanical pipe

  • MN Sep-19#48  the US Gulf, Middle 
Chasing 
East, West Africa and North)
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    VesselValue, 36 per cent of OSV’s were laid up at the start of this year, with similar per- centages out of action in the US Gulf, Middle Chasing East, West Africa and North West Europe. This represents a sizeable portion of the global OSV ? eet sitting idle or in dry dock. Many of these vessels