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Bayou Black Shipyard, Inc. Delivers 'Delta Christie'

Bayou Black Shipyard, Gibson, La., recently delivered the push boat Delta Christie (shown above) to C.D. Blankenship of New Orleans. The boat is 60 feet long, has a 25-foot beam, and a 9-foot depth midship. The fuel capacity is approximately 16,000 gallons.

 

Wind Power Comes of Age

Europe's fledgling offshore wind power industry has produced an order for an entirely new breed of vessel designed to transport and position wind turbines. U.K.- based engineering firm Mayflower Energy has contracted one such vessel from Shanhaiguan

Burmeister & Wain Shipyard Delivers The M/S Baumare

Burmeister & Wain Shipyard, Copenhagen, recently delivered Yard No. 883 the M/S Baumare — the third of a series of 17 fuelsaving Panamax bulkcarriers of approximately 64,000 dwt on the yard's order list. The M / S Baumare was delivered to the shipping company Baumare Inc.

New Single Point Monitoring Salinity Control System

Marine Electric RPD, Inc., has announced a new addition to the Galbraith-Pilot Marine line of Salinity Indicators. The single point monitoring salinity control system, the Sea Watch Seven, is a compact and complete solid-state salinity indicating and

First Commercial Icebreaking Research Ship Delivered By North American

The culmination of two years of construction, the R/V Nathaniel B. Palmer emerged from the Larose, La., shipyard of North American Shipbuilding as the nation's first commercial icebreaking research ship. Able to break ice three feet thick at a speed of three knots,

Pressure Sensor Indicates Engine Cylinder Load- Literature Available

The BMEP balance Model 300A manufactured by General Thermodynamics Corporation is used in the process of equalizing cylinder load in large, multicylinder spark-ignited and diesel engines with individual fuel adjustment. It is designed to fit the

Gdansk Shipyard Leads With Myriad of Conversions/Repairs

Gdansk Shiprepair Yard Remontowa has expanded its formidable reputation with the completion of two RoRo to cableship conversions. Located in Poland, the yard took on its premiere job within this niche in December 2000 when it converted the vessel Prerow, followed by Lodbrog in January 2001.

ITT Mackay To Market Oil Pollution Monitoring Equipment In The U.S.

Expansion of marine petroleum monitoring and processing equipment in the U.S. market was announced recently by Alan Finkel, vice president of marine operations operations for ITT Mackay Division, Raleigh, N.C., a unit of International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation.

U.S.-Built NSF Research Icebreaker Begins Operation

The nation's first commercial icebreaking research ship, the Nathaniel B. Palmer, recently began operation for the National Science Foundation (NSF) U.S. Antarctic Program. To be operated under the direction of Antarctic Support Associates (ASA),

 
 
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