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Interocean Conducts Inert Gas Course

Interocean Management Corporation, Three Parkway, Philadelphia, Pa. 19102, recently arranged the first "Inert Gas and Supporting Systems for Tanker Safety" training course to be offered in the United States. The four-day course is for deck and

 

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.

Riverway Shipyard Delivers GM-Powered Towboat 'Waterways Explorer7

Riverway Shipyard Company of Grafton, 111., recently completed construction of the 910- bhp towboat Waterways Explorer (shown above) for River Operators, Inc. The new vessel will be used as a fleet boat and a shuttle boat in the Winona, Minn., area.

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.

Hollming Opens Louisiana Office For Marketing Aquamaster Product Line

—Literature Available Hollming, Ltd., the Finnish shipbuilding and engineering group, has opened offices in Louisiana. The objective is to promote and conduct marketing of the Aquamaster Azimuth propulsion units and support sales and service activities in the U.

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.

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.

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.

Hyde/Henschel Steering Failure Alarm Meets USCG And IMCO Rules

There is a new awareness of the need for improved steering gear reliability on tankships. This awareness has arisen as a result of recently proposed regulations and standards published by the U. S. Coast Guard and the Inter- Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization (IMCO).

H i l l m a n Delivers Exxon Towboat W i t h 40-Foot Eye Level Pilothouse

The M / V Exxon Lake Charles was delivered recently by Hillman Barge and Construction Company, Brownsville, Pa. 15417. This is the third of five such towboats being constructed by Hillman Barge for Exxon Company, U.S.A. The first two are the Exxon Louisville and the Exxon Memphis,

 
 
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