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Blount M a r i n e To Build Ultramodern Dinner Boat

400-Passenger Vessel Based On New DesignThe Warren, Rhode Island, shipyard of Blount Marine Corporation has begun the construction of a new, ultramodern design 400-passenger dinner boat for Rentacruise, Inc. To be called the Vista Jubilee, the passenger

 

Research Continues For More Fuel Efficiency With Lower Grade Fuels

The two major factors influencing diesel engine design and development continue to be the soaring fuel costs and deterioration in the quality of marine fuels. While most diesel designers are working to modify existing models to achieve lower specific fuel consumption,

FR. Fassmer & Co.: Keeping It In The Family

Fassmer-Shipyard this year celebrates its 150th year in business, and the companies' chronology is literally a case study in the effective use of and evolution of marine materials. Founded as a one-man boatyard by Johann Fafimer in Bardenfelth in 1850for the purpose of boat building,

High-Speed Pilot Boat Delivered By Gladding-Hearn

The Carolina, a 55-foot aluminum pilot boat, was christened recently by Mrs. Ernest F. Hollings, wife of South Carolina's Senator, for the Charleston Branch Pilots Association. The ceremonies at the Carolina Yacht Club in Charleston were attended by the Senator and more than 200 guests,

ASSESSMENT OF THE U.S. MARINE MARKET

FOCUS ON THE STEADY GROWTH IN THE SMALL SHIP, BARGE & BOATBUILDING SECTOR IMA has just completed an indepth business assessment of the entire U.S. marine market. The study looks at 38 specific segments of the U.S. marine market—from large commercial ships through small municipal craft.

Thomson-Gordon Introduces N ew Acrylic Adhesive For Bonding Thordon Elastomeric Bearings

— L i t e r a t u r e A v a i l a b le A new acrylic adhesive, called TG-6, has been introduced by Thomson-Gordon Limited of Burlington, Ontario, Canada, for bonding its Thordon elastomeric marine bearings and bearing materials to a wide range of backing metals,

N e w Positions For Three Managers Announced By Zapata Gulf Marine

Three managers have been named to new positions with Zapata Gulf Marine Corporation's domestic operations, Larry T. Rigdon, vice president-North American operations, has announced. Based in the Harvey, La., office, B.B. Breland has been named manager-tugs and barges.

Halter Marine Delivered 64 Commercial Vessels In 1980

Halter Marine, Inc. delivered 64 commercial and 89 pleasure vessels to its customers in 1980, announced Harold P. Halter, chairman and president of the New Orleans-based shipbuilding firm. Halter's six commercial shipyards delivered 42 supply boats,

Moss Point Reports On Recent Progress And Backlog At Yard

Moss Point Marine, Inc., Escatawpa, Miss., reported it is currently converting a 383-foot T-2 tanker to a 17,000-short-ton hopper barge, constructing twenty-six 110-foot lighter barges for the U.S. Navy, converting a partially completed 173-foot supply boat to a 212-foot cargo vessel,

Trinity Marine Group Awarded $13-Million Jordanian Contract To Build Five Workboats

The Trinity Marine Group has been awarded an approximate $13- million contract for the construction of five workboats for the Jordan Ports Corporation of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. The U.S. AID (Aid for International Development) contract

 
 
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