Vessel Name Black Marlin, Blue Marlin Type Heavy Lift Ship Owner Offshore Heavy Transport Shipbuilder CSBC, Kaohsiung, Taiwan The Marlin class heavy lift ships — Black Marlin and Blue Marlin built at CSBC, Kaohsiung, Taiwan — are the largest of their kind in the world.
William H. Potter, president of Fairhaven Marine, Inc., has announced the appointment of John Romanelli to the position of vice president-yard manager at the Fairhaven, Mass., facility. Mr. Romanelli will be responsible for directing all operations
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The U.S. Navy's fifth Aegis guided- missile cruiser built by Ingalls Shipbuilding division of Litton was commissioned USS Bunker Hill (CG-52) in Boston, just a short distance from the Revolutionary War battle site for which the ship is named. Senator Edward M.
The rebuilding of the U.S. petroleum carrying fleet to OPA 90 standards continues, as Bollinger Gretna, Harvey, La., and K-Sea Transportation Corp. of New York have signed a contract for the construction of four double hull, ocean service, OPA '90 oil barges.
— Literature Available Serck GmbH of Hamburg, West Germany, recently supplied four seawater evaporators that have been installed aboard the Soviet fish factory vessels Vladivostok and Dalnyvostok. These ships were built about 20 years ago as whalers by Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft in Kiel,
U.S. shipbuilder Avondale Industries, Inc., New Orleans, La., has signed an agreement with the World City Corporation, Oslo, Norway, to prepare and submit a firm offer and delivery schedule for the construction of what would be the world's largest cruise ship.
The following special section covers the major U.S. Navy contract awards received between the dates of July 31 through September 18 of this year. For coverage of Navy contract awards prior to these dates refer to Maritime Reporter, September 1987 issue,
This spring, Marystown Shipyard in Newfoundland is expected to start construction of a combined icebreaker and passenger ferry, with backing from Swedish icebreaking expertise. The provincial Department of Works, Services and Transportation ordered
The American Waterways Shipyard Conference (AWSC) recently held its first membership meeting for 1989 in Tampa, Fla. At this meeting, the shipyard conference elected its officers for 1989. C.H. Walters, National Maintenance & Repair, Inc., was elected to serve as chairman for 1989,