According to Boud van Rompay, executive director of Hydrex, "This new development will change the face of underwater repair work, as it provides a fast, yet top quality means to carry out such major jobs as thruster replacement and repairs." Rompay
The Chesapeake Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers held its third meeting of the 1976-77 season at the Officers Club at the Walter Reed Army Hospital. The subject of the meeting was the "Dynamic Analysis of a COGAS Propulsion Plant.
The world's second largest shipbuilding nation, Korea, is in the midst of a shipbuilding boom. All the leading indicators— order receipts, actual ship construction, backlogs and ship prices—are all on the rise. According to the Korea Shipbuilders' Association (KSA),
Atlantic Marine, Inc., recently delivered a very special multipurpose tug, the Esso Santa Cruz, to Lago Oil and Transport Company, Limited of Aruba, Netherlands Antilles, an Exxon affiliate. The $4-million tug was built to stop and help maneuver to and from dockside VLCCs up to 400,
The Singapore shipyard of Pan- United Shipping Pte Ltd., has secured its first major construction contract this year to build a 12,400- dwt clean product tanker. The contract was awarded by local tanker owner and operator, Petroships Pte Ltd. The clean product tanker,
Krupp MaK of Kiel recently obtained orders for the supply of complete propulsion plants for three new f e r r i e s for the Norwegian Hurtigruten-Line, to be built by Volkswerft Stralsund. Each of the ferries is to be equipped with two Krupp MaK series 6M552C main propulsion diesel engines,
When the Navy announced in November its plans to scrap the DD-21 program and introduce the DD(X), the scramble was on by the two primary teams bidding the project — Blue and Gold — to shift gears on the fly and re-think the entire concept. The team
The cruise vessel Zenith was recently delivered to Celebrity Chandris Cruises by Meyer Werft of Papenburg, Germany. The ship is 682 feet long, with a beam of 95 feet and a draft of 24 feet. Powered by a "father and son" four engine plant, a cruising speed of 21.
The first export vessel of a new design of 26,500-dwt bulk carriers has been launched from the Maua yard of the leading Brazilian shipbuilder, Companhia Comercio e Navegacao (CCN). The vessel, named the Alexandres G. Tsavliris, will be owned by the Greek Tsavliris Group.