HUDSHIP Enters Export Market With Offshore Supply Vessel

Hudson Shipbuilders, Inc. (HUDSHIP), Pascagoula, Miss., marked its entry into the foreign market with the delivery of the 112-foot offshore supply vessel Grayscout to Gray MacKenzie Company, Ltd., Marine Division, Bahrain. The vessel departed


The Many Modes of Hinge-Ship

Hinge-Ship is designed as a multi-functional and convertible vessel, which will help ship owners and operators meet a variety of needs in a safe, efficient and costeffective manner. The following are details of the vessel types designed to date.

Luxury Cruise Liner 'Holiday' Delivered By Aalborg Shipyard

The 46,052-grt luxury cruise liner Holiday (shown above on sea trials) has been delivered by Aalborg Vaerft in Denmark to Carnival Cruise Lines Inc. of Panama. She is designed and built as a steel-hulled, twin-screw/rudder, passenger cruise ship with raked stem,

New "Ax-Bow" To Increase Ships' Efficiency

Considerable effort, particularly following the oil embargo of the 1970s, has been placed on reducing the fuel oil consumption of ships, a task readily handled by a series of improvements in hull shapes, the fitting of energy savings devices, and

Recent Wartsila Four-Stroke Engine Developments

Wartsilii has focused its technological developments in this realm on three main areas: Common-rail fuel injection for heavy-fuel engines: Humidification methods for reduction of NOx; and Dual-fuel engines with micro pilot. Long-term research on

WOMA Announces New Sales Brochure On Its Water-Blasting Equipment

WOMA Corporation of South Plainfield, N.J., a leader in high-pressure "water as a tool" technology, has a new sales brochure describing their unique industrial cleaning and maintenance systems. Over 25 years of research and development, innovation,

PropacRudder Benefits Confirmed In Service

Wartsila NSD has recently completed shipboard trials with the new Wartsila NSD PropacRudder. and results are promising, according to the manufacturer. The innovative propulsion system, originally introduced a little more than a year ago, was designed to reduce propulsive power requirement,

Glomar Robert F. Bauer Christened At FELS

Far East Levingston Shipbuilding Ltd. (FELS) recently christened the Glomar Robert F Bauer, a 2,500-foot wd drillship. The vessel was christened by Mrs. Dorothy M. Bauer, wife of the former president and founder of Global Marine. The drillship,

RINA Sets New Green Standards

Italian classification society RINA — under the gun of late due to its role in the Erika oil spill disaster — has launched Green Star, a new environmental standard for shipping, and the 82,000 gt Costa Atlantica, due for delivery from Kvaerner Masa yard at the end of June,

Halifax Shipyard Completes Major Damage Repair Contract

Halifax Shipyard in Nova Scotia, Canada, recently completed on schedule a major, sixweek damage contract following the collision of two vessels off Cape Breton. The ships involved were the 11,301-dwt cargo vessel Ho Ming 3, owned by Dowa Line Limited of Tokyo,

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