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  • The Bellinger Shipyards, a division of Jacksonville Shipyards, Inc., recently delivered the M/V Inagua Island to West India Shipping Company, Inc. of West Palm Beach, Fla.

    The heavy-lift, roll-on/roll-off, landing vessel is 267 feet by 60 feet by 16 feet, with a deadweight of 2,226 long tons. Propulsion power is supplied by three D 398 Caterpillar diesels of 850 shp each for a speed of 13 knots.

    The design by Rudolph F.

    Matzer and Associates, Inc. of Jacksonville, Fla., features a bow visor and ramp, a stern ramp and bow thruster. Classed by Bureau Veritas, the vessel will join the West India Line fleet, which specializes in handling large, heavy equipment on a worldwide basis. The unique design and capabilities of these vessels have also been utilized in North Sea pipelaying operations.

    The Bellinger Yard, a subsidiary of the Fruehauf Corporation, is currently constructing another vessel for West India, which will be 320 feet by 70 feet by 20 feet.

    Projected for delivery in December, the vessel will be the largest ever built at the Bellinger facilities.

    The Bellinger Shipyards, 13911 Atlantic Boulevard, Jacksonville, Fla. 32225, also operates extensive repair facilities for all types of vessels up to 500 feet in length. Three floating drydocks are available, the largest of which provides a lifting capacity of 2,800 tons and a clear width of 57 feet. The yard is located eight miles from sea on the Intracoastal Waterway.

  • Sound. It is the largest vessel of its kind to ever be drydocked in Houma, La. This shoal draft vessel is one of a fleet of 15 which is owned by the West India Shipping Company, Inc., based in West Palm Beach, Fla. The ABS-classed vessel has a distinctive bow visor which opens to allow loading or unloading

  • in the ice trade, and was truly a pioneer of the tug-barge combination. The vessel was bought from Cornell Towing in 1912 and formed the West India Trading Co. as a joint venture. It was decided to employ the vessel to tow a massive barge loaded with molasses between Cuba and New Orleans,

  • up ship lift facilities, secured encouraging results including Chowgules’ shipyard at Jaigarh, Dempos’ and Goa Shipyards in Goa and Karwar, all based on the West coast of India.”     The past decade saw the birth of only two major ship yards, the Pipavav in Gujarat, Western India, and that of Larsen & Toubro

  • India Ltd. The M/V Santorini, a RO/RO car/passenger ferry, was converted to a full passenger-class vessel for service between Cochin on the West Coast of India and Lakshadweep Islands, a distance of about 200 nautical miles. Major conversion work involved the construction of a new deck in the

  • will begin cooperation immediately, it was announced by company executives. The merger will give Kvaerner worldwide coverage with companies in West Germany, France, U.K., Holland, Singapore, Australia, Brazil, and the U.S., as well as Finland, Sweden, and Norway. The new c o m p a n y will

  • . Shipping Ltd., which maintains regular chemical tanker service from the U.S. North Atlantic and Gulf ports to Venezuela, Colombia, the Caribbean, the west coast of South America, and Central America. Mr. Barron brings to this position 13 years of experience in marine transportation, the most recent

  • dramatically increased its ability to service all commercial marine Pielstick and Fairbanks Morse engines. Strategically located on both the East and West Coasts, and in New Orleans, La., Fairbanks Morse offers 24-hour response to the needs of marine operators in any U.S. port. Ships from many countries

  • & Development Center, manufacturing plants in Ohio, overseas plants and sales offices in Canada, Denmark, England, France, India, Italy, Japan and West Germany, and an international network of independent distributor and sales and service affiliates. Mr. Powers's most recent position was vice president

  • that Colombo is in an ideal location, situated at the intersection of sea lanes to the east from the Mediterranean, the Gulf, east coast of Africa, west coast of the Indian subcontinent and the sea lanes to the west from the Bay of Bengal, Australia and the Far East. The shipyard is located inside

  • anchor handlers, tugs, support crafts, cranes and hook up accommodation barges, highly skilled and qualified salvage personnel, offices in both the East and West coasts of India, U.K., Dubai and Malaysia, warehouses, repair facilities, salvage an diving equipment, for example. As a result GOL Salvage is ideally

  • Svitzer claims to be better placed than most salvors operating in the country?      “There are not many Indian salvors to take care of the prospects that exist here, so I feel all global salvors need to come into India.” said Bas Wiebe, Regional Manager of Svitzer Salvage Asia Pte Ltd., who have plans to

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    of 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

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    Insignts Cables with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration land’s synthetic version was designed to have all the function- (NOAA) to decrease deployment infrastructure and costs for ality and capabilities of steel cable alternatives, yet at much tsunami warning buoys. Both projects needed

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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

  • MR May-19#76  gas recirculation 
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    the 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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    FERRIES: FERRY SAFETY & SECURITY A look inside the fragmented ferry industry, which recently held a Ferry Safety & Security event in Bangkok. Ferries Alan Haig-Brown reports from Thailand ? re and explosion and bottom damage “Death Toll in Phoenix Boat Accident Rises to 44” ... “Deadly Fire all

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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

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    to 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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    California 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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    job of NMA principal surveyor, Svein Erik ships in the fjords. Until then, the IMO-recognized sulfur cap Enge, who we meet in Haugesund, a sleepy town in Western rules apply below 62 degrees North latitude, and after January Norway being transformed into Norway’s “clean-tech” cluster. 1, 2026, the area above

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    to rail, who isn’t worried about losing market share to the waterfront, etc. What they are worried about is just how much freight they can win from U.S. West Coast ports in a post-Panama Canal expansion era, with their on-dock rail connections to a very fast class one railway heading east. That’s how

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    in new investments in the Northeast Region, a 2.1% increase over 2017. For the South, new investment will total $160 bil- lion, up 2% from 2017. In the Midwest – investment will be close to $80 billion – a whopping 12.8% increase over 2017. No matter the region, getting this cargo through is vital. 6: No

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    destination, I feel reasonably certain that, given the stretch of Interstate 70, that major nature of this highway, most of them are just passing east-west highway that runs from Bal- through, on their way from a remote origin to an equally timore to Interstate 15 in Utah. It is remote destination. not

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    all working toward a ACE – doing enough to promote, improve and main- tain inland river infrastructure today? common goal of bringing business to Southwestern Illi- nois. That said; his prior experiences serving as an Aviation Yes. I think Marad has done a great job in helping en- Planner at East-West

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    to Puerto Rico, north-south routes, and trans-Paci?c strings. SeaTac Surges Loaded container volume at the Port of Jacksonville jumped 6.8 The Northwest Seaport Alliance handled a record-breaking percent year over year to 879,934 TEU in 2018. The port handled 775,522 TEUs in international volumes in

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    For perspective, equity analyst James the supply and demand dynamics which ternational OSV sectors, the problem market quickly moving in owners’ favor. West, who covers the sector at New York breed volatility. is determining if they are temporary It became quite common for there to be based investment

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