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New York Shipyard Reports Busy Vessel Repair Schedule

The New York Shipyard Corporation, Brooklyn, N.Y., is completing extensive repairs on the 700-foot containership S/S Guayama, operated by Puerto Rico Marine Management. The work involves drydocking for tail shafting, sea valves, boiler repairs and

 

Paxman Secures U.S. Navy Contract To Supply 32 Diesel Engines For New Patrol Boat Program

Paxman Diesels of Colchester in Essex, U.K., has won a multimillion dollar contract to supply 32 propulsion engines to the U.S. Navy for its new Coastal Patrol Boat (PBC) program. Under the contract, Paxman will supply Valenta model 16 RP200- 1-CM engines.

Passenger Vessel Report

Builder Astilleros Espanoles, Sevilla Yard Name Dawn Merchant Type RoPax Owner Cenargo Intl. The 7,360-dwt Dawn Merchant melds a high operating speed, sustainable in bad weather, and an exceptional standard of passenger accommodation with 'best practice' as applied to Ro-Pax ferry design.

THE LATEST ADVANCEMENTS IN PROPULSION SYSTEMS FOR TODAY'S NAVIES

Some of the most powerful, technologically advanced propulsion systems ever assembled are the driving hearts of today's fast, sleek, maneuverable naval combatants and support vessels. Many new classes of cruisers, destroyers, frigates, corvettes

Atlantic Marine To Build Caterpillar-Powered Longliner Processor

Atlantic Marine, Inc. of Jacksonville, Fla., recently signed a contract with Chalice Trawlers Corporation of Edmonds, Wash., to build the Aleutian Chalice, a 123-foot by 32- foot longliner processor. The vessel was designed by Rodney E. Lay & Associates of Jacksonville.

Quality Shipbuilders Changes Name And Revamps Structure; Jack Edwards Named President

Mark Partin, chief executive officer of Quality Shipbuilders, Inc., Moss Point, Miss., recently announced the following changes within the shipbuilding firm. Jack Edwards is now president and coowner of the firm which has changed its name to Homeport Marine Services, Inc.

Sperry Gets $17.5-Million Navy Contract To Design And Build LCAC Trainer

The U.S. Naval Training Systems Center has awarded Sperry Corporation a $17.5-million contract to design, develop, and assemble a fullmission simulator for the Landing Craft, Air Cushion (LCAC). Under the terms of the contract, the trainer is

360-Passenger 'Wave Piercer' Delivered By Nichols Brothers

Looking somewhat like a cross between a catamaran and a hydrofoil, the 360-passenger wave piercer M/V Nantucket Spray was recently delivered by Nichols Brothers Boat Builders, Inc., Whidbey Island, Wash., to Bay State Cruises of Massachusetts. The

Metos Marine Offers New Cabin Fitting Concept

—Brochure Available Through the combined forces of Metos Marine and Parma-Marine, a new building concept for fitting ship cabins and other similar spaces has been conceived. The concept offers a planning service in the initial planning phase of a building project and,

Matatec Appoints Marindustry North American Representative For China State Shipbuilding

Matatec Marine International Ltd., Whitley Bay, U.K., the worldwide representative of the various ship repair yards throughout mainland China, has appointed Marindustry Worldwide, Inc., Mahwah, N.J., as North American representative for China State Shipbuilding Corporation Ship Repair Yards.

 
 
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