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Tidewater Marine Service Modifies Vessel For West African Service

Tidewater Marine Service, Inc., Tidewater Inc.'s marine subsidiary, has outfitted one of its supply vessels for special service off the coast of West Africa for Nigerian AGIP Oil Co., Ltd., a venture of the national oil companies of Nigeria and Italy.

 

COMPUTERIZED VESSEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

A Preview Of The Latest Offerings Designed To Help Operators Reduce Costs As in other areas, the computer is revolutionizing the maritime industry. Numerous new packages of hardware and software have become available for marine applications during the past year.

Marco To Build 75-Foot Tug For Hawaiian Island Service

Marco of Seattle, Wash., primarily known as a builder of fishing boats, has signed a contract for the construction of a 75-foot twinscrew tugboat. The Shipyard Division has recently increased its emphasis in the workboat fields as evidenced by its installation of an 1,

Enter the LNG-Fueled Supply Ship

A landmark decision to use liquefied natural gas (LNG), instead of diesel oil, to fuel a new class of offshore support vessel has taken operational form on the Norwegian continental shelf after a three-year development process. The platform supply

New Brochure On Hoists, Winches And Mooring Systems Offered By Skagit

A complete overview of its capabilities in providing the offshore oil industry with needed winch /windlass power is contained in a new brochure now available from Skagit Division of Continental Emsco. The 16-page, full-color booklet describes the Sedro-Woolley, Wash.

SASMEX '88 To Be Held April 26-28 In London

The 1988 Safety at Sea and Marine Electronics Exhibition and Conference (SASMEX '88) will be held at the New Hall, Royal Horticultural Society's Halls, Westminster, London, England, from April 26 to 28. The SASMEX '88 Conference will cover various aspects of shipboard fires,

Acadiana Shipbuilding Completes Yard Expansion

Acadiana Shipbuilding Corporation's president Glenn Guidry has announced the recent expansion of the New Iberia, La.-based shipyard. The company, with the addition of a fourth construction pad, crane, and associated welding equipment, can now

USCG Proposes New Regulations For Small Passenger Vessels

The U.S. Coast Guard recently proposed extensive changes in existing regulations covering small passenger vessels because of new uses for these vessels and advances in design and technology. The proposed regulations are expected to reduce the number of injuries,

AWSC: Legislation And Regulation In The Shipyard Industry

Herman J. Molzahn Vice President, Operations The American Waterways Shipyard Conference (AWSC) is the national trade association for the small and medium-sized commercial shipbuilding industry. These yards build and repair the barges, tugboats,

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.

 
 
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