Wartsila Marine Industries has completed the conversion and refurbishment of the S/S Monterey at its Turku Repair Yard, and the vessel has been re-delivered to her owners, Aloha Pacific Cruises, Alexandria, Va. The 564-foot-long Monterey will transit via Kristiansand,
The International Ship Suppliers Association (ISSA) has announced that its next general assembly will be held at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C., on September 22-26, 1974. This will be the 19th general assembly for this international group,
Stavanger, Norway August 21—24 The sixth Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) conference and exhibition will be held August 21-24 at the Siddis Centre in Stavanger, Norway, one of the world's leading centers of offshore activity. Currently scheduled at two-year intervals,
Better Equipment Increases Profitability —A Review— Most U.S. shipyards are in the process of increasing their efforts to expand repair and conversion work, both commercial and military. As many of these projects include drydocking, the efficiency
MTU Friedrichshafen has broken new ground for the latest high-speed diesel technology, landing a deal whereby its potent 8 0 0 0 - s e r i e s engines will be used to power a large catamaran ferry intended for Lake Ontario operation. A 32,
A/S Kongsberg Vaapenfabrikk has entered into an agreement with the international corporation McDermott International Inc. for cooperation in a joint venture for offshore oil and gas engineering. Kongsberg will sell 49 percent of Kongsberg Engineering, a.
Senesco Marine signed a contract with New Jersey-based U.S. Shipping. LLC to build a 140,0000-barrel double-hulled (DH) chemical ATB with tug that can double as a 150,000-barrel doublehulled petroleum ATB. The development. according to Gary Schuler,
KaMeWa recently expanded its product range through a licensing agreement with Seapacer Marketing AB, Gothenburg, Sweden. The new product, to be marketed under the name of KaMeWa-Seapacer, is an integrated system for maintaining optimum economical performance at sea.
Rapid-fire change is the only thing that stays the same in today's increasingly regulation-heavy, litigious maritime industry. Norway's Det Norske Veritas is there to help smooth out the curves. It is no overstatement to say that the marine business
ABB Turbo Systems Ltd. of Baden, Switzerland, has published an eight-page, full-color brochure on the VTR..4E range of turbochargers manufactured by the company. BBC turbochargers type VTR have been manufactured since 1944, during which time they