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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.

 

A Proven, New Approach for Vessel Insulation

Special Advertising Section for Mascoat Products • www.deltacoat.com Vessel insulation has changed very little in many years. Normally hidden from direct view, thermal insulation systems can become ineffective over time due to poor installation, vibration or moisture intrusion.

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

Cummins KT-2300-Marine Diesel Makes North American Debut

The M/V Ocean Marauder, recently launched in the waters off Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, is the first North American fishing vessel powered by a Cummins KT-2300-M diesel engine. An 86-foot seiner built by John Manly Shipyards of Vancouver

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

Electro-Nav To M a r k et SATURN Satcom In U.S.

Electro-Nav president Robert E. Negron announced recently that his company has been granted exclusive rights to market the Elektrisk Bureau (EB) SATURN satcom in the U.S. SATURN furnishes fast contact, round-the-world range, clear reception, and economical operation.

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,

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.

All Set Tracking Launches New Electronic Seal

In order to meet upcoming requirements for container security, All Set Tracking has developed the ALLTrack e- Seal that will make electronic sealing easy and flexible. The completely new design takes into account the needs of ocean carriers, port

Navidyne Unveils New INMARSAT Ship Terminal —Literature Available

Navidyne Corporation of Newport News, Va., recently introduced the first in a new generation of marine satellite communications equipment, the ESZ-10000. The new unit is a Standard A, Class 1 INMARSAT ship earth station. It provides instant, clear telephone,

 
 
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