$31-Million Development Project Begins At Port Of Miami

A $31-million maritime office/ restaurant/retail complex on Dodge Island, Miami, Fla., named "A Seamark at the Port," signals a resurgence of Miami's waterfront development and further expansion of the cruise industry. Development by Miami Seaport Partners, Ltd.


First Of Five RO/RO-Containerships Delivered To ACL By Kockums Yard

The Atlantic Companion, first of five giant RO/RO-containerships scheduled to enter Atlantic Container Line's U.S. East Coast-U.K. Northern European service in 1984 arrived in New York on her maiden voyage recently, ushering in what ACL calls "a new era in North Atlantic shipping.

Daewoo-Built Vehicle Carriers To Have MacGregor-Navire Access Equipment

South Korea is the latest nation to land an order for the building of the ship type known as the pure car/ truck carrier (PC/TC). Daewoo Shipbuilding, one of Korea's newest and most versatile yards, has entered the growing car carrier building market with an order for construction of two 5,

SNAME Players Perform At Pacific Northwest Section's 27th Annual Fall Meeting

The 27th annual fall meeting of the Pacific Northwest Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers was held recently at the Harrison Hot Springs Hotel. The technical session featured "North to Tuktoyatuk," a panel discussion and audiovisual presentation on the design,

The Will for Business

new chapter in Hyundai Heavy Industries' development of its position among the top echelon of producers of gas tanker tonnage is set to unfold with the anticipated delivery before the end of 2004 of the yard's first membranetype LNG carrier. Building

Spain Creates Joint European Company

Spain is reported to be in talks with several shipbuilders in Europe to create a joint European company similar to the aerospace EADS, the chairman of Spain's state holding company (SEPI) said. After a presentation in Madrid of Spain's new civilian and military shipbuilder Izar,

Galveston Ship Consolidates Yard, Will Sell 35 Acres

In a move to streamline its operations and release a portion of its shipyard property for sale, Galveston Shipbuilding will consolidate its services to a northeast 10-acre section of its 45-acre site in Galveston, Texas, according to owner Harry J.

Kawasaki Kobe Works Delivers World's First BORO Liner

The world's first BORO liner, the Bellman, built by Kawasaki Heavy Industries Kobe Works, has been delivered to the Swedish owner, Scandinavian Motorships AB of Stockholm. The vessel is called a BORO liner because it can transport at the same time

Marine Concrete Forms Repair Division

Formation of a new repair division was announced by Marine Concrete Structures, Inc. Operations were scheduled to begin last month, with the facility concentrating on hull repairs and alterations for barges, tugs and workboats. "As the search

Stolt-Nielsen Ship Management Moves To Panama City, Fla.

Stolt-Nielsen Inc. has completed the move of its Ship Management Department from Greenwich, Conn., to Panama City, Fla. The company, a market leader in the worldwide parcel tanker trade, made the move to secure long term overhead cost savings

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