The motor vessel Dennis Hendrix, a new 8,400-horsepower towboat in the fleet of American Commercial Barge Line Company, was christened in ceremonies Saturday, July 16, at the riverfront in Owensboro, Ky. The vessel, which is equal to the largest and most powerful towboats operated by ACBL,
Matsumoto Shipyards of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, recently delivered the 150-foot aluminum-hull fireship, the Pemex 652, to Pemex, Mexico's national oil company, for service in the extensive Gulf of Mexico oil fields owned and managed by the firm.
Christening ceremonies were held recently at Krupp Atlas-Elektronik, Bremen, Germany, for the navigation bridge simulator "Susan." The bridge, whose facilities include a motion simulation system, is the most important component of the ship handling simulator
Ocean 210 (shown above), a 200,000-barrel petroleum barge, was launched recently at the Galveston S h i p b u i l d i n g Company yard in Galveston, Texas. The 25,000-dwt barge, under construction for Interstate and Ocean Transport Company (IOT), will be employed in the U.
Rados International Corporation, Naval architects and marine engineers of San Pedro, Calif., has announced completion of a new design to convert existing tuna purse seiner fishing vessels into mid-water stern trawlers. Under a contract with the Fishing Company of Alaska,
The management of Raytheon Marine Company (RMC) has successfully purchased the recreational marine products division for $108 million. The management buyout team was backed by the European venture capital firm Mercury Private Equity. Led by CEO Rick Kane,