propulsion

Electric Propulsion Systems Discussed At SNAME Chesapeake Section

A recent meeting of the Chesapeake Section, The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, was held at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., and featured a presentation on electric propulsion systems for naval combatants by Capt.

 

Two Samsung-built Hapag-Lloyd Ships Feature Unique Asymmetric Stern

The Koje Shipyard of Samsung Shipbuilding & Heavy Industries Company, Ltd. in Korea recently delivered two multi-purpose containerships to Hapag-Lloyd A.G. of Hamburg, the West German shipping company that operates worldwide services. Christened Humboldt Express and Cordillera Express,

B&W-Powered Bulk Carrier Delivered By Hitachi Zosen

The 133,361-dwt bulk carrier World Dulce (shown above) was completed recently at the Ariake Works of Hitachi Zosen for Kingdom Company S.A., Panama. This large-capacity bulker was developed specifically to meet world industry's growing raw materials needs.

Mid-Coast Marine Yard Delivers Its First Twin-Screw Tugboat

Mid-Coast Marine, Inc. (formerly Nelson Log Bronc) of Coos Bay, Ore., recently delivered its first 65-foot, twin-screw tugboat, the Andy Head (shown right), to Alaska Timber Corporation. The new vessel will perform towing and ship-handling jobs for the ATC plant in Klawock, Alaska.

Two-Stroke Milestones

Eastern seaboard operator Gypsum Transportation provided a beacon for the industry when it nominated a camshaftless, electronically controlled Sulzer diesel engine for its 50,000-dwt-bulker newbuild project. Now, the interests behind a Mediterranean

Houston Ship Repair Reactivates 40-Year-Old Hattiesburg Victory

Earlier this year, Houston Ship Repair, Inc. of Houston was awarded a $1,175,000 fixed-price contract by the Maritime Administration to reactivate the cargo ship Hattiesburg Victory. The refurbished vessel sailed from Houston recently in service with the U.

Liner Norway Fitted With New MaK-Driven Gensets

—Literature Available Two of the latest additions to the growing number of MaK type M35 diesel engines now in service are those recently installed in the SS Norway, the world's largest cruise liner. Owned by Klosters Rederi A/S of Oslo, the Norway operates mainly in the Caribbean area.

Bollinger Announces New Contracts at Workboat Show

Bollinger Shipyards, Lockport, La. has added a 220 class offshore supply vessel (OSV) to the company's continually growing series of OSV's that provide cargo capacities of much larger vessels while lowering operating costs. Scott Theriot, executive vice president,

Bayou Black Shipyard Delivers Crewboat To Sundance Marine

Bayou Black Shipyard of Gibson, La., recently delivered the 42-foot aluminum crewboat "Sundance Horizon" (shown above) to Sundance Marine of Houston. The vessel has a length of 42 feet, a beam of 13 feet, and a depth midship of 6.5 feet. The

Behemoth in the offing?

Attuned to the liner shipping industry's unerring drive for economies of scale, classification society Lloyd's Register (LR) has developed a conceptual design of container vessel incorporating a 12,500-TEU capacity. Although some 55-60 percent

 
 
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