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Main engine HZ B&W

Propeller Nakashima

Generator engine Daihatsu Diesel

Generator Nishishiba Electric

Steering gears Kawasaki Heavy Industries

Shafting Kobe Steel

Coatings Chugoku Marine Paints

Radar JRC

Autopilot Tokyo Keiki

Cargo pump Shinko Industries

Deck machinery Nippon Pusnes




Hyundai Heavy


Nathalie Sif

Chemical Carrier

Second in a series of three sisterships for owner Knud I. Larsen

Shipping Co. of Denmark, the 9,200- dwt, 382.5-foot-long chemical car- rier Nathalie Sif was christened by

Princess Benedikte of Denmark.

The vessel has an approximate molded breadth of 62 feet and draft of 25.5 feet. It is classed by Det

Norske Veritas and operates under the Danish flag.

Designed to enable one person to navigate at all times in ocean and coastal waters, the vessel can carry

IMOII and III products in ten fully- segregated, coated tanks for up to ten different cargoes. Its double hull complies with Marpol 73/78

Annex 1 Rule 13F.

The MaK 6M 552 C main engine has an output of 4,050 kW at 500

Megapulse m

B 3 H 5.3 3 1 35 O.RB

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Navigation Receivers

Selected by the United States Navy and the Royal Navy

Megapulse, Inc. 8 Preston Court Bedford, Mass. 01730-2380 USA (617)275-2010 Telex 92-3358 MEG-BDFD FAX (617) 275-4149

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Serving The Marine Industry World-Wide

Specializing in detailed reproductions of actual vessels or prototypes.

AutoCAD used in creation of laser cut parts.

For Further Information, Call or Write

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Leaders in Plastics Bearing Technology

Railko Problem Solving in Marine Engineering

Over the last 35 years Railko have built an unmatched reputation for performance, durability, safety and reliability of the highest order.

Our expertise in design and materials already provides significant benefits for major fleet owners who insist on Railko bearings for their stern tubes and rudders. • Full technical design and support facilities • Stocks are held worldwide • Oil lubricating stern tube bearings will continue to work at full power in seawater even in the event of seal failure

Component Design • R&D

Materials Selection • Quality



The Railko philosophy of "Never Ending Improvement" has resulted in Railko obtaining approvals from all leading classification societies.

Mrs B Rosser, Railko Ltd, Boundary Road, Loudwafer, High Wycombe,

Bucks, HP10 9QU, England. Tel: 06285 24901 Tlx: 848406 Fax: 0628 810761

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NiAl-bronze cp propeller to a ser vice speed of 14.1 knots at 90 per cent power with 25 percent sea mar gin at design full load condition.

For more information on Hyunda;

Heavy Industries,

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Main engine Krupp-MaK

Auxiliary engines Krupp-Ma

Main generator Kangrim-Aalborg

Shaft generator A. Van Kaick

Reduction gears Renk-Tacke

Propeller KaMeWa

Thruster KaMeW

Steering gear Tenfjord

Pumps Svanehoj, Toftejorg

Compass Anschutz

Autopilot Anschut

Echosounder Honeywell

Doppler speed log Sperry

Radars Tokimec

GPS Magnavox

Loran-C Raytheon

Satellite communications Sailor


Bridge control Norcontrol

Yard: Kvaerner Masa-Yards

Vessel: Juan J. Sister

Type: Ro/Ro Passenger Ferry

Delivered in May to the Spanish government-owned Compania

Transmediterranea SA from

Kvaerner Masa's Turku New ship- yard, the Juan J. Sister is the first

Spanish ship built in Finland, spe- cifically designed for operation be- tween Spain and the Canary Is- lands. At 85.3 feet wide, the vessel has a a draft of 19.7 feet. It will carry 400 passengers in 139 cabins, with room for 150 more on deck for shorter trips. At almost 496 feet long and drawing 19.7 feet, Juan J.

Sister achieves maneuverability via two flap rudders and two bow thrust- ers. Its four Wartsila Vasa 8R32E diesel engines generate 3,150 kW each at 765 rpm, driving the 5,500- dwt vessel to a speed of 18 knots.

The Juan J. Sister flies the Spanish flag and is classed by Bureau Veritas.

For more information on

Kvaerner Masa-Yards,

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Main engines Wartsila Vasa

Auxiliary engines Wartsila Vasa

Emergency generator MAN

Reduction gear Lohmann & Stolterfoht

Propeller Lips

Side thrusters Lip

Steering gear Tenfjord

Shafts Lips

Shaft bearings Waukesha-Lip

Pumps Kvaerner-Eureka, Allweiler, Leistritz

Davits Schat Davit Co.

Gyrocompass Sperry

Autopilot Sperr

Radar Sperr

Echosounder Simrad

Whistles Kockums

VHF radio telephones Sailor

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