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New Launch Vessel For San Francisco Area

The newly formed California Launch Service Corporation christened its first launch vessel on June 14, in ceremonies at the St. Francis Yacht Club, San Francisco, Calif. Rees B. Williams Jr., president of the firm, headquartered in San Francisco,

 

Damen Delivers Three ASD Tugs to Kenya

Damen recently delivered three of its ASD Tugs 3110 - Simba III, Kiboko II AND Nyangumi II - to be used in the port of Mombasa. The Damen ASD Tug 3110 hallmark is a round bilge hull with a transom stern and a tapered bow. The transom corners are

Rauma-Repola Delivers 225-Foot Salvage Tug To Soviet Union

The Rauma-Repola shipyard in Uusikaupunki, Finland, earlier this year handed over to its Soviet trading partner, V/O Sudoimport of Moscow, a type SB 406 oceangoing salvage tug, the 14th oceangoing tug delivered by that yard to the USSR. Construction of the series started in 1976; four 3,

Mobile, Bottom Supported Drilling And Production Platform

Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Company And Combustion Engineering, Inc. Form A Co-Venture To Produce A Self-Elevating Drilling And Production Platform Offering Lower Costs At the time when energy-producing companies are increasingly concerned with

Cable Splicing System Lowers Shipbuilding Costs

—Literature Available AMP Special Industries recently issued Product Bulletin 805-1. This Bulletin, entitled "Marine Cable Splicing Kit," describes the latest equipment for wiring methods to be used in modular shipbuilding, jumboizing and repairs.

Farrell Comments On Rail-Barge Merger

Joseph Farrell, president of the American Waterways Operators, Inc., reacted strongly to the July 24, 1984 Interstate Commerce Commission's 4 to 0 vote to allow CSX, the nation's second largest railroad to acquire American Commercial Barge Lines, one of the nation's largest barge lines.

AIMU Reports On Hull Insurance Market At Annual Conference

The effects of a continued worldwide s h i p p i n g depression, rising ship repair costs, and the instability in international currency relationships have all played a part in stalling the long-awaited recovery of the world hull insurance markets.

NICOR And Sonat Subsea Form Gulf Joint Venture

—Literature Available NICOR Marine Inc. and Sonat Subsea Services Inc. recently announced that they have entered into a cooperative agreement to offer underwater services in the Gulf of Mexico. A NICOR Marine vessel has been modified to accommodate Sonat

U.S. Tank Barge Market Report

Since January 2000 there has been a decrease in the total number of inland tank barges listed for sale. Prices for inland tank barges have increased an average of 10 percent over last year for barges under 10,000 bbl capacity. Barges over 10,000 bbl have increased about 14 percent.

Titan Is Challenged In Persian Gulf

Titan Maritime recently had its expertise put to the test with the wreck removal operation of a 426 x 105 x 28 ft. (130 x 32 x 8.5 m), 7,279 grt materials barge. The vessel was transiting the area of Mina Saqr Port in Ras A1 Khaimah, United Arab

 
 
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