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ZF Helps to Harness Spirit of Ontario's Power

ZF Marine gears are on board the Spirit of Ontario, helping to harness the power of what is reported to be the most powerful fast ferry in the U.S. ZF Marine supplied four ZF 53000-1 NRH non-reversing, horizontal offset transmissions to mount behind MTU 20V 8000 M70 engines rated at 8,200kW.

 

Fiberglass Passenger Vessel Built By Westport For Catalina Channel

Westport Shipyard, Inc., Westport, Wash., has delivered a 90-foot fiberglass vessel to Catalina Channel Express Lines for service on passenger routes between Los Angeles Harbor and Catalina Island. Catalina Channel Express Lines, which already is equipped with Westport-built vessels,

Future Requirements Of Coast Guard Vessels

"The problem is change and how to cope with it. I have learned that 90 percent of problem solving is realizing that you have a problem," stated Adm. James S. Gracey, Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard, at the 1983 Society of Naval Architects and Marine

Moss Point Marine Delivers New Sternwheeler, Colonel

Moss Point Marine, Inc. of Escatawpa, Miss., recently delivered the 800-passenger, sternwheel excursion boat Colonel to her owner, the Colonel Museum, Inc. in Galveston, Texas. The 152-foot vessel is now providing historical and dinner cruises of the Galveston Bay harbor.

Sperry Division Designs Steering Gear Failure Alarm And Flash System

A system that rings an alarm and flashes a light in a ship's wheelhouse just seconds after a steering gear failure occurs has been designed by the Sperry Division of Sperry Rand Corporation. Called the "Steering Failure Alarm," the system is intended

WABCO Offers Free Brochure On HelmMaster® Control Systems

WABCO Fluid Power, Lexington, Ky., a producer of engineered pneumatic and electropneumatic components and systems, is offering a brochure detailing its HelmMasterâ„¢ maneuvering control system for workboats. The HelmMaster provides one-handed control for

Tano Gets Contract For Vessel Control Systems

Tano Corporation of Metairie, La., has been awarded a contract to design and manufacture centralized control systems for two refrigerated containerships. The vessels are being built by Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Sparrows Point, Md., shipyard for Farrell Lines Incorporated.

Ship Microcomputers Discussed At SNAME Northern California

A paper entitled "The Design and Selection of Shipboard Microcomputer Systems" was presented at a recent meeting of the Northern California Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers held in San Francisco. Stanley Stockdale, senior associate of David J.

Water Resources Congress Reports Annual Meeting

At its recent annual meeting held in New Orleans, La., the Water Resources Congress elected Maurice C. Stout, vice president, Indianapolis Water Company, Indianapolis, Ind., chairman of the board; Tval Goslin, consultant, Western Engineers, Inc.

NASSCO To Retrofit Three Tankers At Total Cost Of $19.8 Million

The Maritime Administration and Maritime Subsidy Board have authorized execution of the agency's first construction-differential subsidy (CDS) contracts for the retrofitting of tankers in compliance with the Port and Tanker Safety Act of 1978.

 
 
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