Having already put down a marker for the industry by converting the main engine of one of its ships to full electronic control, Norwegian chemtanker specialist Odfjell has further endorsed the technology by nominating a twostroke electronic engine from the outset for a newbuild project.
The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) will celebrate 103 years as an individual member professional society this year with a technical program and exhibit show that emphasizes the role of the naval engineering community in the rapidly advancing
The 9,280 horsepower Ocean Reliance is the first of two tugs built by Marinette Marine Corp. for Vessel Management Services, a Crowley Maritime Co. The vessel is intended to operate as a tug/barge unit in conjunction with the 155,000-barrel tank barge 550-3.
The multipurpose, deck cargo landing craft Sea Hawk (pictured above) is the eighth design of its kind of various sizes from the Miami, Fla.-based James S. Krogen and Company, Inc., naval architects, for use on the rugged Alaskan coastline. Built by the Nichols Boat Works of Hood River, Ore.
Baatservice Verft A/S of Mandal, Norway, is currently fitting out a new and larger version of the JKL twin-hulled survey vessel design for J.K. Lindberg of Harstad. The new vessel, with an overall length of about 125 feet and beam of 33 feet, represents
The Kiel-Friedrichsort shipyard of Lindenau GmbH Schiffswerft & Maschinenfabrik recently delivered the 12,100-dwt chemical tanker Hummel to her owners Carl Buttner Shipping Company of Bremen. The 477-foot Hummel is the sister ship of two vessels
Following the transfer of the majority of shares in the company to a group of shareholders, Sulzer Diesel Ltd. will now be known as New Sulzer Diesel Ltd. The group of shareholders is comprised of Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani SpA of Trieste,
Building fast RoPax vessels is nothing new for Australia's Austal Ships. The company, founded just 16 years ago. has quickly crafted a reputation as one of the largest and best builders of aluminum craft in the world, and today boasts an annual turnover in excess of $250 million.
The first of Zapata Gulf Marine Corporation's "super-size" anchorhandling, tug/supply vessels, the Gulf Service, was launched recently at Quality Shipyards in Houma, La. With an overall length of 222 feet, beam of 46 feet, and depth of 20 feet, the U.
The 155-ft. (47.2 m) cargo/passenger ferry, M/V Isleno, built by Blount Boats for the Puerto Rico Ports Authority was delivered to Puerto Rico last month. This is the 21st boat Blount has designed and built for the Authority since the 1950's and