Blount Marine Corporation of Warren, R.I., has announced the delivery of the Munnatawket, a passenger/vehicle ferry designed and built for the Fisher's Island Ferry District. The Ferry District is an authority of the State of New York, administrated by an elected Board of Commissioners.
G & W Industries, Cleveland, Ohio, r e c e n t l y c o m p l e t e d construction of the fishing trawler Vito C II f o r Vito Ciaramitaro of Gloucester, Mass. The new 96-foot vessel will be used in the North Atlantic. This vessel marks the first
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.
Maxon Marine Industries, Inc., Tell City, Ind., recently delivered the M/V Joe Al Jim II to J.L. Shiely Company, St. Paul, Minn. The towboat is 72 feet 6 inches by 19 feet by 7 feet 6 inches, and has an operating draft of 5 feet. It is equipped with two Caterpillar Model D353 T.
The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) recently published the 1983 edition of "Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessels." The 912-page book is applicable to steel vessels of 200 feet (61 meters) and over in length. The 1983 edition includes
' C o m d e v M a r i n e 2 0 0 0 ' Autopilot A v a i l a b l e From C a n a d i a n F i r m— Free Full-Color Brochure O f f e r ed
CompuNav Systems Ltd. of Vancouver, Canada, has made available a color brochure on its marine autopilot. Since its introduction in 1982, the Comdev Marine 2000 Autopilot has gained a solid reputation in the commercial fishing industry for its unwaveringly reliable and trouble-free operations.
Mid-Coast Marine of Eastside, Ore., recently received a $l-million contract for construction of a 72-foot pusher type towboat for Rocafosforica Mexicana S.A. de C.V. The vessel will be delivered in September to the owner's o p e r a t i o n in Baja California, Mexico.
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.
The revised edition of the U.S. Coast Guard publication "Navigation Rules, International-Inland" is now available through the Government Printing Office. Federal law requires that after January 1, 1983, a copy of the new Inland Navigation Rules must
Personnel at the Coast Guard Yard in Curtis Bay, Md., recently completed a restoration of the Coast Guard Cutter Gentian, a 180-foot oceangoing buoy tender (WLB). The overhaul of the World War II vintage vessel marked the second renovation of a Class A buoy tender under the U.