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Big IOT Petroleum Barge Launched At Galveston Shipbuilding

Ocean 210 (shown above), a 200,000-barrel petroleum barge, was launched recently at the Galveston S h i p b u i l d i n g Company yard in Galveston, Texas. The 25,000-dwt barge, under construction for Interstate and Ocean Transport Company (IOT), will be employed in the U.

 

Krupp Christens Bridge Simulator For Use In Hamburg Polytechnic

Christening ceremonies were held recently at Krupp Atlas-Elektronik, Bremen, Germany, for the navigation bridge simulator "Susan." The bridge, whose facilities include a motion simulation system, is the most important component of the ship handling simulator

Moss Point Marine Delivers Giant Freezer/Stern Trawler

Moss Point Marine Inc., Escatawpa, Miss., recently delivered ahead of schedule the Amfish, a new 219- foot freezer/stern trawler to Searay Partners L.P. of New York. John Dane III, president of Moss Point Marine said "while we don't have statistics on all fishing vessels,

New Design For Firefighting—Pemex 652

Matsumoto Shipyards of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, recently delivered the 150-foot aluminum-hull fireship, the Pemex 652, to Pemex, Mexico's national oil company, for service in the extensive Gulf of Mexico oil fields owned and managed by the firm.

Ron H. W r i g h t N a m ed V P - E n g i n e e r i n g For Sperry Gyroscope

Ron H. Wright has been appointed vice president of engineering for the Gyroscope unit of the Sperry Division of Sperry Corporation, Edwin D. Decker, vice president and general manager of the unit, announced. Mr. Wright, who had been vice president

Saab Control Systems Ordered For Wilhelmsen Product Carriers

The new tanker control system from Saab Marine Electronics has been ordered for the two 63,000- dwt product carriers under construction at the Uddevalla yard in Sweden for Wilh. Wilhelmsen of Oslo. Included in the Saab system are radar level-gauging in cargo tanks,

New Warships Will Transform U.S. Navy

M a r i t i m e Dominance in the 21st Century calls for naval forces that can project power forward, provide assured access in the littoral environment and support a wide variety of joint and combined operations. To meet this challenge, the U.

Newly Formed ASNE Puget Sound Section Holds First Meeting

The first regular meeting of the newly formed Puget Sound Section of the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) was held recently at the Officers' Club of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. The meeting was called to order by Section chairman Capt.

Rados Converts Tuna Purse Seiner Into Stern Trawler 'Alaska I'

Rados International Corporation, Naval architects and marine engineers of San Pedro, Calif., has announced completion of a new design to convert existing tuna purse seiner fishing vessels into mid-water stern trawlers. Under a contract with the Fishing Company of Alaska,

lotron Corporation Introduces Automatic RPM/Speed Converter

An inexpensive, easily installed RPM/Speed Converter Unit has been introduced by lotron Corporation of Bedford, Mass. It provides a digital readout of ship's speed with an accuracy which approaches that of a conventional log at about one-tenth the price.

 
 
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