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  • Delta Steamship Lines, 1700 International Trade Mart, New Orleans, La. 70150, has completed acquisition of Prudential Lines, Inc.'s Latin American services and various vessels, marking the initiation of new Delta services to Latin America from both the U.S. Atlantic and Pacific Coasts.

    The new combined fleet is comprised of four LASH/container vessels, 16 modern cargoliners and four combination passengercargo vessels of the Magdalena class.

    Delta, an American-flag steamship line, has been serving the east coast of South America from the U.S. Gulf since the line was founded in 1919. From the Gulf, Delta also serves Central America, the Caribbean and the west coast of Africa.

    To these long-established services, the following routes are now added: (a) from U.S. Atlantic Coast ports, Delta will serve ports in Venezuela, Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, the Caribbean and Central America; (b) from U.S. Pacific and Canadian coast ports, express passengercargoliner service is offered to Mexico, Panama, Caribbean Islands, Central America, east coast Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, and west coast Colombia.

    Also from the Pacific Coast, express cargoliners serve Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Chile and Peru.

    Capt. J.W. Clark, president of Delta Line, announced that Delta's West Coast operations will be headed by Albert B. Wenzell, who has been elected a senior vice president of Delta Steamship Lines, Inc., Pacific Division. Other West Coast personnel elected vice presidents of Delta are Messrs.

    F.E. Waterhouse, J.A. Traina, and W.H. Reich. J.D. Bowe has been elected assistant secretarytreasurer.

    All of Prudential's former West Coast office locations have been acquired by Delta.

    Delta's Atlantic Division will be headed by Capt. Daniel P.

    Kirby, senior vice president, assisted by H.D. Hunter, vice president, Atlantic Division. Delta's Atlantic Division staff will be substantially expanded by the addition of many experienced former Prudential staff members at New York, Philadelphia, and Miami, including L.A. Viada, also elected a vice president, Atlantic Division.

  • key employees at its New Orleans, La., and Los Angeles, Calif., depots. Chuck Muller, former West Coast regional supervisor, has been promoted to West Coast regional manager. Mr. Muller is based out of the Los Angeles depot and will be responsible for service and sales support on the West Coast. In

  • Sohio Oil Company, has agreed to acquire a West Coast refinery and marketing assets from Mobil Oil. The action marks the company's first move to the West Coast as a refiner and marketer. As part of the transaction, Sohio Oil is purchasing Mobil's 79,000 barrel-per-day refinery in Ferndale, Wash., and

  • increases the ea?e with which cargo is shipped to such places as the Scandinavian countries. With its newly approved West Coast service, West Coast shippers will be provided with a weekly service to the Continent and United Kingdom via the Port of Chicago, where GLE's containerships will

  • Gulf of Mexico, will probably cease at some time in the next several years. Producers of Alaskan North Slope crude prefer to sell their crude to West Coast refiners, given the cost of transporting it to East Coast refiners. If the ban on exporting Alaskan North Slope crude oil is removed, some

  • , operate from both U.S. coasts. One route, with six vessels, connects the U.S. East Coast to the Caribbean, Central America, and ports on the west coast of South America. From U.S. West Coast ports, another fleet of six vessels sails around South America and to the west coast of South America

  • total number of short duration jobs (i.e., less than six months) over the FY 1990-91 period will be divided roughly 50/50 between the East and West Coasts. The East Coast is expected to perform 186 short term availabilities over the two-year period, while the West Coast is scheduled to handle 187

  • Hansen and Tidemann, Inc., has announced the opening of its first West Coast office in San Francisco to provide a broader range of service to its customers in the West. George Mitchell, with some 20 years in the transportation industry, has been named regional manager for the West Coast. Hansen

  • the Panama Canal in tankers up to approximately 60,000 dwt for delivery to U.S. Gulf and East Coast refineries. Transshipment via Pacific waters to West Coast refineries lacking deepwater ports capable of accommodating supertankers is also a possibility. According to Northville, the West Coast of Panama

  • the transfer of Ed Britz. This office is located at 110 South Orange Avenue, Livingston, N.J. 07039, and is under the direction of Robert Markoff. West Coast operations are managed by William F. (Bill) Lawless. The physical location is 18872 MacArthur Boulevard, Suite 250, Irvine, Calif. 92715. This

  • David L. Abbott has joined Konel Corporation as West Coast Area manager. The appointment was announced by Ken Leondar, general manager of the South San Francisco, Calif.-based marine electronics and communications company. Mr. Abbott will be responsible for dealer relations on the West Coast and

  • , responsible for the company's maritime satellite services sales efforts within the shipping, fishing and offshore markets located on the West Coast. Mr. Taricco, who is based in Seattle, will also manage West Coast sales/service of SeaPhoneSM, a new telephone system designed especially for

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    three sites spaced along this trench. The land-based data suggest there is a variation in the speed at which the elastic strain is building as it moves westward across the three measurement sites. For this mission, Dr. Chadwell deployed Wave Gliders equipped with sensors for GPS-acoustics, OTS GPS/INS

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    their range, and we Ochre star. ? ower sea stars once abundant along don’t have data for northern Alaska.” “This is likely because this disease the West Coast of North America, ac- Since 2013, sea star wasting disease has many hosts, and other species that cording to research by Cornell Univer- has brought

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    Products Beacons, Flashers, Trackers SABIK MARINE is providing the Norwegian Coastal Administration (Kystverket) with remote monitored LED lanterns for their coastal waters. Image: Sabik software at Broadcast station and Cen- 3 to 31 nautical miles. They are ? tted Remotely monitored tral station.

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    Image Courtesy French Navy/RTSYS Improving French Navy Detection Capacities on Older Gen Frigate Sonars ince the summer of 2017, four vessels equipped with This system has been installed on three Anti-Submarine analog sonars have been upgraded using RTsys AS3i Warfare Frigates FASM in Brest (Brittany

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    Brazil´s Riachuelo Submarine – S 40 By Claudio Paschoa Brazil is a country with a coastline over 7,000 km long, defense industry. An essential part of this investment is the bathed to the east by the Atlantic Ocean. Along this coast- Submarine Development Program (PROSUB). The National line and offshore

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    Insignts Government Update They started installing shore-based receivers to monitor AIS the location. By combining AIS data with other information, transmissions from approaching ships, out to a point just such as photos from surveillance aircraft or satellites, correla- beyond the horizon. Those

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    V VESSELS Squid: The All-Electric Dolphin Watcher Deep in the blue waters of Key West, Hon- est Eco’s founding captain, Billy Litmer, said its dolphin watching tours help their guests “understand and interact with wild- life from a curious yet courteous proximity.” In creating his eco touring company

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    savings. way that will affect equipment purchases to meet emission standards. Other ports Type of Technology EGR: Exhaust gas recirculation on the West Coast also have bold strate- Con? guration Diverts some of the exhaust gas into the engine’s fresh intake air gies, following the lead of PLB. Function

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    T TECH FILES DESMI BWMS Wärtsilä: Energy Storage on a ‘Giant’ EARNS USCG APPROVAL A benchmark installation of three out in February 2018 onboard the ating cost savings, and a total reduction DESMI Ocean Guard A/S energy storage systems by Wärtsilä North Sea Shipping AS owned subsea in annual fuel

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    A AUTONOMY: PUT TO THE TEST Keith Henderson Keith Henderson has been a contributor to New Wave Media publications for a number of years. Since 2001, he has been active in the Unmanned Surface Vessel business and is currently a Manager at Robosys Automation. Put to the test: Autonomous Navigation lobal

  • MR May-19#59 FERRIES: FERRY SAFETY & SECURITY
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    FERRIES: FERRY SAFETY & SECURITY Photo Courtesy Alain Haig-Brown One of the ? eet of Archipelago’s Australian-designed FastCat ferries. tially have only one secondary terminal ferry for Scandlines. But he had a num- ships of 500 gross tonnage and upwards satellites will dramatically improve the with a

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    , that would be used ket, those that do will require dedicated tug for ship assist and escort work. resources ensure timely loading and depar- On the West Coast, Foss Maritime (which closed its tures and will create a new, niche market for Since 2000, Steerprop has delivered more own West Coast yard in

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    help maneuver to berth. Crowley because there are fewer ship calls given System (SMS), working sea vessels are dictating the is active all along the West Coast (which with ABS. Rick Iolucci, need for highly maneu- has seen calls by containerships han- the increased capacity of these vessels. General

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    WORKBOATS: INSIDE THE U.S. WORKBOAT MARKET A Foss Tug. giant ADM). Grain major Bunge Corp, through an arrangement with Seacor Holdings Inc. (Seacor), controls a large dry barge ? eet and Marquette Marine (also active in grain trades). “Our inland marine transportation business experienced robust

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    WORKBOATS: INSIDE THE U.S. WORKBOAT MARKET The U.S. towing and tug business is 5,500 boats, more than 31,000 barges with an estimated total impact on U.S. GDP of $33.8 billion (using 2014 data). in the Northeast, recently completed its 8,400 hp Bert Reinauer at its owned yard, Senesco, paired with a

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    ports. 31,000 barges, is an economic cludes 164 million s.t. coastwise, 535 s.t. Barges (ATBs) continue to gather share. The movement to the West Coast saw Tjuggernaut. A 2017 study com- million internal (on the rivers and ICW), Vane Brothers, long a mainstay in the a Panama Canal transit for

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    GREEN MARINE • Ship Owner Pro? le Experienced operator Fleet expansion growth. There will be a lot more ships Above: An impression of the MS Roald Hurtigruten was established by in 1893 The current Hurtigruten ? eet consists added to the Hurtigruten ? eet in the next Amundsen cruising in the fjords

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    GREEN MARINE • Technology Inspection: The Norwegian Coast Guard, or Kystvakten, disembark and check forms fol- lowing a vessel inspection. Image: The Norwegian Coast Guard Complete sulfur-sniffer package: A NAS emissions inspection drone made from a modi? ed Aeryon Labs R70 drone; below the original

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    be subject to the sulfur cap. In 2030, Enge in June of 2018 coordinated and supervised the NMA’s the entire Norwegian littoral — an area as long as the West Coast test drone project at the entrance to Bergen Harbor. For a week, of the United States — will be “emissions free.” a sensor-laden drone operated

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    M MARKET: OFFSHORE WIND Tom Ewing Tom Ewing is a freelance writer specializing in energy and environmental topics. He has been a regular contributor to MarineLink publications for the past two years. He has extensive experience working on legislative and public policy issues, both at the state and