Downtime was cut by half when dockside repairs on the jackup drilling rig Salenergy V (shown above) were completed by Industrial Marine Services in Cameron, La. The interval between the rig's arrival at Industrial Marine and the day the work was
The cruise/dining vessel Star of Louisville, built by Marine Builders Inc. of Utica, Ind., was recently put into service on the Ohio River and is now offering lunch, dinner and moonlight cruises along Louisville's shore. Owned by Star of Louisville, Inc.
November 9-12, New York, N.Y. One of the most important yearly events in the commercial marine industry, the 96th Annual Meeting of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) and the concurrent 7th International Maritime Exposition,
It was an excellent year for innovative design in world shipbuilding, and this is reflected by the ships selected as MARITIME REPORTER'S "Outstanding Oceangoing Ships of 1989." Members of this select group feature superior designs, sophisticated equipment and unique machinery,
The Marine Society of the City of New York recently held its 216th consecutive Annual Dinner, at the Plaza Hotel. Throughout its long history, the Society has honored persons in the maritime community who have contributed their time, talent, and expertise.
The events of 1982 clearly indicated that the improvement in the world order book, which began in 1979, was only a shortlived respite from the problems which have beset the shipbuilding industry since the mid '70s. The total volume of new orders placed
Arneson Marine, Inc. (AMI) of Corte Madera, Calif., a leader in surface piercing propulsion, recently announced the relocation of their Eastern regional office to North Miami Beach, Fla. AMI's new 4,800-square-foot facility is located at 2850 N.
At a board of directors meeting of Todd Shipyards Corporation recently John T. Gilbride, 69, announced he will retire as chairman and chief executive officer immediately following the annual meeting on July 16, 1986. Mr. Gilbride, who has been chairman since 1975,
The Omnipure marine sewage treatment plant now comes in a takeapart version that can be fitted into spaces previously inaccessible to any marine sewage treatment plant. Maximum space required is 1.5 meters by 0.6 meters by 1.8 meters, with access suitable for personnel to pass through.
Marketing agreements to distribute a line of ship engine room products were announced recently by Alan G. Finkel, vice president f o r marine operations of ITT Mackay, a unit of International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation. Through one agreement, ITT Mackay is appointed exclusive U.