The Chesapeake Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers held its second meeting of the 1976-77 season at the Officers' Club of the Bethesda Naval Hospital. The subject of the paper presented at the meeting was USCG Level
One of the Maritime Administration's (MarAd) missions is to provide shipping capability during a declared national emergency. As one part of this mission MarAd has identified the need to have "on-the-shelf" plans and specifications f o r designs which will satisfy shipping requirements.
A number of factors, including instability in world oil markets at times, the return of bitter cold winters to the energy-hungry U.S. Northeast, and advances in the collection. transportation and cost-effective delivery of (primarily LNG) gas, have conspired to make this the decade of gas,
Memphis-April 27-29 The Radio Technical Commission for Marine Services (RTCM) will hold its 1981 Assembly Meeting April 27-29 at the Rivermont Holiday Inn in Memphis, Tenn. The American River Pilots Association is scheduled to participate. The
IFS Norway AS and Det Norske Veritas (DNV) have agreed to combine their technology by developing an IT solution for the international maritime market. The solution will become the first of its kind on the global market and will be focused on ensuring
The Fourth British Columbia Towboat Industry Conference will be held at the Empress Hotel, Victoria, British Columbia, March 21-22, 1980. The theme of the conference this year will be "The Tug and its Environment." The meeting will be sponsored by the Council of Marine Carriers and B.
A good turnout of 71 guests and members was experienced for the February meeting of the San Diego Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. An introduction and general announcements followed the dinner. Bill Bascom announced
The Maritime Subsidy Board has authorized publication in the Federal Register of two notices of intent to compute the estimated foreign cost of (1) three 2,000-dwt breakbulk vessels, and (2) dry bulk carriers of 35,000 deadweight tons. The first