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  • German shipyard Bootsbau & Yachtservice Wilhelm has delivered a new aluminum rescue launch to the Bay- erisches Red Cross in Munich. The 37- ft. (11.2-m) vessel, which will be used for daily rescue purposes and as hospital transportation on the Chiemsee in Bayern, will be equipped with a single MAN engine, driving a single UltraJet 340 waterjet via a ZF Gearbox.

    Intended for continuous operation — day and night — the vessel has accommodations for two crewmembers as well as a doctor.

    Sea trials conducted in Wilhelmshaven, Germany proved that the vessel's design complied with all specifications, achieving a service speed of 25 knots, with a 29-knot maximum. The vessel's aluminum hull features a raised bow with narrow stern section and is designed for maneuverability, high levels of seakeeping and a stable work platform.

    A thermally-insulated wheelhouse features lateral sliding windows and a mast for a loud speaker and navigation lights.

    Rolfs diesel heating system is designed to keep casualties at a moderate cabin temperature all year round, and its electronic equipment onboard includes navigation, radar, DGPS and depth sounder.

  • spotlight, Heller navigation lights, Morse docking light, and Guest 807-2R dome lights. Cabin windows encompass a three-section windshield, four sliding windows, and two fixed windows aft. Sea Glaze provided a watertight cabin door. The enclosed head is from Rariton Crown and discharges into a

  • bow bitts, and heavy Johnson Rubber tendering. Pilothouses are fully equipped and fitted with fixed windows on the house front and roof and sliding windows on the sides. The Princeton is being used in the port of Hamilton primarily for shipdocking duty. The Inspector is in use in St. George, where

  • a Regency VHF, a Datamarine Fathometer, and a Bogen entertainment system. Passenger viewing is enhanced by large aluminum- framed safety plate sliding windows, and six tons of Ruud air conditioning and heating make the boat suitable for all seasons operations. The boat's builder, Aluminum Boats, Inc

  • A new full-color brochure is available describing a free fall survival system for larger vessels and drilling rigs. The system consists of a fully covered lifeboat which can be lowered into the sea, or slid off a specially designed ramp and dropped into the water from heights of up to 20 meters

  • of advanced features to make operations more safe and efficient, including: •    Walk Around cabin designed for ease of movement about the craft •    Sliding side operator and navigator doors •    Excellent visibility with 360 degree coverage and spotter windows •    Spacious aft deck for cargo, MEDEVAC

  • —Literature Available The efficiency of evacuating high density passenger vessels with high freeboard has been greatly increased by borrowing an idea from the airline industry. Viking Life Saving Equipment has developed a marine escape slide (MES). Its operation is based on the same principles as

  • —Literature Available Designed for the commercial market, Sea- Slide is a water-based urethane drag reducing overcoat. It is an easy-to-apply finish that reduces friction between the boat's hull and the surrounding water. It is based on the principle that a hydrophillic surface where water skins produc

  • —Literature Available Hydromer, Inc., has developed a water-based urethane drag-reducing overcoat called Sea- Slide™. Designed for the commercial market, it is an easy-to-apply finish that reduces friction between the boat's hull and the surrounding water and is based on the principle that a surface wh

  • Information normally requiring references to 20 or more catalog pages is contained in a new onlyof- its-kind Actuator Selection Slide Chart available from Jamesbury Corp., Worcester, Mass., a Combustion Engineering company. With the Actuator Slide Chart, the user selects the type of Jamesbury valve

  • New window products are now available from InspecTech Inc. that allow vessel operators to instantly and precisely control the amount of light, glare and heat entering their interior spaces. According to Jim Lang. President of InspecTech: "InspecTech has served the aerospace market for 10 years with

  • Rayotek & Safer Viewing of Hostile Marine Environs According to Bill Raggio, Rayotek Scientific isn’t specifically a maritime company, but it definitely is part of San Diego’s “Blue Economy.” “We’re both an engineering company and a sapphire and glass manufacturer. We makes specialized glass for windows

  • MR May-19#51  on electricity. Each of 
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    a lith- ium-ion battery-electric hybrid propul- The Since1939LEADER sion system that can complete extended cruises completely on electricity. Each of Sliding Watertight Doors and Custom Closures the vessel’s two screws are connected to generators powered by 410-horsepower Cummins QSL9 diesel engines. Also

  • MN May-19#51 VESSELS
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    VESSELS Interlake, Fincantieri Partner to Build Great Lakes Bulker materials to support manufacturing throughout the Great Lakes region, also represents hundreds of good-paying, do- mestic jobs. The Interlake Steamship Company is the larg- A U.S.-? agged Great Lakes bulk carrier will be built for est

  • MN May-19#32 COLUMN INLAND FINANCE
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    COLUMN INLAND FINANCE But I Don’t Need That Much: When enough to meet the need is not enough to get the help. By James A. Kearns From my of? ce window in down- highway heavily congested, even at a standstill at times. town St. Louis, I can see a dramatic This congested traf? c usually includes many

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  • MR Apr-19#57  oil  In addition, a special sliding system was  to have the)
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    crane. which triggered this modernization was of Liebherr RL 1500. This customized trans-Sakhalin pipeline system to the oil In addition, a special sliding system was to have the same software and handling solution has been ensured by providing a export terminal of the Prigorodnoye pro- designed and

  • MR Apr-19#53 T
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    T TECH FILES Canarias, and then repeating the process necessary passage plan information as is seamless. A report can then be gener- ministration duties on the bridge, cutting digitally through the NavStation. a navigator maps out a vessel voyage, ated at the touch of a button for inspec- the time

  • MR Apr-19#31  which is driving product 
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    obstacles.” Driving autonomy in all transport The Since1939LEADER modes is the speed of technology evo- lution, a speed which is driving product Sliding Watertight Doors and Custom Closures and system obsolescence to a record pace. “We would develop products that used to have an expected lifetime

  • MN Apr-19#30 ARCTIC OPERATIONS
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    ARCTIC OPERATIONS speci? cations and U.S. Coast Guard requirements ahead aft. Both the X-BOW and the X-STERN are patented and of bidding by quali? ed American yards. have won several marine industry awards worldwide. The SX195 is 93 meters in length, with a beam or 18 In latter years the X-BOW was

  • MR Mar-19#40 CRUISE SHIPPING • LINDBLAD EXPEDITIONS
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    CRUISE SHIPPING • LINDBLAD EXPEDITIONS National Geographic Endurance Main Particulars DNV GL:1A, Passenger Ship, ECO, NAUT(AW), PC(5), Clean Design, BWM(T), Recyclable, COMF-V(1), COMF- C(1), VIBR, Silent(E), BIS, LCS(DC) Range: 15,000 nm at 12 knots Speed 16.5 knots Power: 2 x 2975 kW Engines: 2 x GE

  • MR Mar-19#25 . The fact that so much empha-
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    We, alongside other major industries, nation-states The Since1939LEADER and individuals will be expected to play our part. The fact that so much empha- Sliding Watertight Doors and Custom Closures sis has been placed on the shipping industry to deliver re? ects the impor- tance of our industry to enabling

  • MT Jan-19#13 was already famous, and tension tubes made by our machinist)
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    was already famous, and tension tubes made by our machinist onto the cat-eye opening SEALAB II had been a major of the wet cells. We’d use a huge soldering iron to attached success right off the coast of leads to the lead posts, then ? ll the box with molten tar. The FLIP Scripps in 1965. secretaries

  • MR Feb-19#58 This directory section is an editorial feature published)
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    This directory section is an editorial feature published in every issue for the convenience of the readers of MARITIME REPORTER. A quick-reference readers’ guide, it includes the names and addresses of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of all types of marine machinery, equipment, supplies and

  • MN Feb-19#19 announced a series of authorized ten ‘benefcial use of)
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    announced a series of authorized ten ‘benefcial use of dredge material’ projects around the country. Those projects are designed to use material dredged from one site and then utilize it for coastal restoration rather than wasting it through ocean dumping or some other type of disposal. It’s good

  • MN Feb-19#18 INSIGHTS
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    INSIGHTS When talking about dredging, the frst word that prob- Leaving the politics of the matter completely to one ably does not come into your mind is “high Tech.” But side, what’s the short- and long-term impact on com- there have been some developments in the dredg- mercial dredgers – if any – and of

  • MR Jan-19#59 This directory section is an editorial feature published)
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    This directory section is an editorial feature published in every issue for the convenience of the readers of MARITIME REPORTER. A quick-reference readers’ guide, it includes the names and addresses of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of all types of marine machinery, equipment, supplies and

  • MR Jan-19#56 T
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    T TECH FILES: Water Management Arctic Foxtail: Oil Cleanup Tech A new oil spill response device designed to be capable of cleaning up spills in arctic conditions has been launched in an effort to bolster Norway’s spill preparedness. The new device, dubbed Arctic Fox- sulated cover and hydraulic heating

  • MR Jan-19#50 M/Y Tis
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    M/Y Tis Builder: Lürssen Design: Winch Design Length: 111m Beam: 16.85m Guest suites: 11 Helo pads: 2 Photo by Klaus Jordan Great Yachts 2018 By Lisa Overing well-balanced sheer line. She boasts tre- deck, she accommodates 22 guests in 11 her build, Moran Yacht & Ship’s new M/Y TIS: Size Matters The

  • MR Dec-18#50 This directory section is an editorial feature published)
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    This directory section is an editorial feature published in every issue for the convenience of the readers of MARITIME REPORTER. A quick-reference readers’ guide, it includes the names and addresses of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of all types of marine machinery, equipment, supplies and

  • MR Dec-18#44 GREAT SHIPS GREAT SHIPS of 2018
Matson’s LNG-Ready Container)
    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 44

    GREAT SHIPS GREAT SHIPS of 2018 Matson’s LNG-Ready Containership Matson and Philly Shipyard, Inc. (PSI), christened the largest container- ship ever built in the U.S. in a ceremony at the Philly Shipyard on June 30. The new vessel is named Daniel K. Inouye in honor of Hawaii’s late senior U.S. Sena- tor

  • MR Dec-18#42 GREAT SHIPS GREAT SHIPS of 2018
THE MEIN SCHIFF SERIES)
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    GREAT SHIPS GREAT SHIPS of 2018 THE MEIN SCHIFF SERIES EVOLVES: Meyer Turku Delivers Meyer Turku Delivers for TUI Cruisesfor TUI Cruises the new Diamond, which now spans the almost 50m breath of the ship, a sun deck area, a covered sports center, and an elevated jogging track with a spec- tacular view.

  • MR Dec-18#41 GREAT SHIPS
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    GREAT SHIPS First of Six New LNG First of Six New LNG Carriers Delivered to BPCarriers Delivered to BP Photos: BP Shipping BP Shipping took delivery of British with greater ? exibility in terms of the perature where it returns to liquid form ship discharges. Partner, the ? rst of a half dozen new

  • MR Dec-18#38 GREAT SHIPS GREAT SHIPS of 2018
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    GREAT SHIPS GREAT SHIPS of 2018 Fast and comfortable to Heligoland with HALUNDER JETHALUNDER JET Image: © Flensburg Förde Reederei, FRS The work took just over a year, the big mosphere invites visitors to linger. Nine day becomes ? nally reality: the succes- panoramic windows, a 4-zone air-condi- sor

  • MR Dec-18#37 GREAT SHIPS
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    GREAT SHIPS Superyacht ARTEFACT Superyacht ARTEFACT is a real “arte factum”is a real “arte factum” Image: ©Nobiskrug NOBISKRUG’s Project 790 is one of battery storage system allows the vessel low-acceleration zones. Extensive hull by the passionate and creative team at the ? rst yachts built under the

  • MR Dec-18#10 About the Author
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    About the Author Dennis L. Bryant is with Bryant’s Mari- GOVERNMENT UPDATE time Consulting, and a regular contribu- tor to Maritime Reporter & Engineering French French News as well as online at MaritimePro- fessional.com. t: 1 352 692 5493 e: dennis.l.bryant@gmail.com Frigate ShoalsFrigate