Bollinger Shipyards, Inc., Lockport. La., has added another new design to its list of "less is more" offshore service vessels (OSV) that have cargo carrying capacities of larger vessels without the added equipment, operational and maintenance costs to their owners or operators.
The largest tugboat ever built in the United States to run on heavy fuel oil was completed and christened recently at McDermott Shipyards' Morgan City Division in Bayou Boeff, La. The 140-foot, twin-screw Valiant (shown above) was built for Houston-based Bulkfleet Marine Corporation.
Navire Cargo Gear has released an artist's i m p r e s s i o n (shown above) of the roll-on/roll-off linkspan that will revolutionize transport between the Isle of Man and the U.K. mainland. The innovative design developed by Navire Cargo Gear,
The latest addition to the Alaska fishing fleet is a new, longer version of Marco Shipyard's successful North Pacific freezer longliner design. The 141-foot Lilli Ann, recently christened in Seattle, Wash., was designed and built by Marco for Deep Pacific Fishing Co.
Long term service experience has confirmed the effectiveness of the inherent design measures embodied in MAN B&W Diesel MC/MC-C and ME/ME-C two-stroke engines for direct coupling to controllable pitch propellers (CPP) or de-clutchable propellers.
Known for its sleek, fast and high-performance wavepiercing catamarans, Incat Australia expanded its reach to U.S. shores with its decision last year to partner with Lockport, La.,-based Bollinger Shipyards for the construction and design of a new breed of high speed,
Four 185,000 dwt Alaskan-class tankers that will soon be carrying oil along the U.S. West Coast feature the latest innovations in safe-ship design, including Thordon COMPAC waterlubricated propeller shaft bearings. During the design phase of the
Owned by its member shipyard companies, Groningen-based sales, marketing and design firm Conoship International (CI) encapsulates the spirit of the industry in the Netherlands' northernmost provinces, where the maritime cluster continues to demonstrate resilience and an ability to innovate.
Coal-fired steamships will be returning to the high seas, powered by Combustion Engineering marine boilers. C - E ' s l i c e n s e e in Italy, Franco Tosi S.p.A., has been awarded the world's first contract in 20 years for two coal-fired boilers by Italcantieri S.
Tideland Signal Corporation of Houston, Texas, manufacturer of high quality navigational aids and solar electric generators, has published a 30-page, full-color brochure on the company's products, and on the many projects around the world for which it has supplied equipment.