As far back to the early 1900's when the transatlantic crossing ruled the day, the motto of the cruise ship industry was to provide passengers with a vacation that was both relaxing and hospitable. For the most part, the majority of these passengers
Newport News Shipbuilding recently delivered two jumboized commercial ships, the Charleston, and the Fredericksburg. The Charleston, ex Cities Service Norfolk, is owned by the Arieadne Corporation of Lake Success, N.Y., one of the Berger Group companies.
Inslee M. Rigdon, vice president of Tampa Barge and Ship Repair Services of Tampa, Fla., has announced the appointments of Arthur Benson as executive assistant to the president, Bill Basse as supervisor of steel erection planning and layout, and
When Teekay Foam established a water leak within the internal pipe of the scrubber overboard system, UMC was called in to provide a solution. The leak was between the sea valve and the aperture, and a concrete box had been previously installed
An updated, input-output, economic analysis of America's maritime industries just released by the Commerce Department's Maritime Administration indicates that each dollar in sales by the U.S. merchant marine adds another $3.81 to the national economy.
Sifco Metachemical-Dalic, Cleveland, Ohio, a division of Sifco Industries, has available literature describing their Dalic Maritime Contract Plating Services. Dalic p l a t i n g e q u i p m e n t is brought to the ship by trained Dalic technicians who do the work onboard.
Contracts were signed on December 22, 1977, for the subsidized construction of a self-propelled, roll - on / roll - off (ro / ro) barge vessel at Seatrain Shipbuilding Corp., New York, N.Y. The negotiated fixed-price of the commercial vessel is $12,796,324.
Dockside Machine and Ship Repair, 131 North Avalon Boulevard, Wilmington, Calif. 90744, have been appointed Manufacturers Representatives in southern California for Burmeister & Wain Company of Copenhagen, Denmark. The announcement was made by Robert Strachan, vice president of Dockside.
The Marine Section of the National Safety Council Business and Industry Division has scheduled technical sessions, meetings and an Open Workshop Seminar on Shipyard Safety Issues. This meeting of the Shipyard Group is in conjunction with the National Safety Congress in Orlando,
International Maritime Associates (IMA), a Washington, D.C.- based management consulting firm, has published an extensive report entitled "U.S. Navy Shipbuilding Program: Market Opportunities and Contracting Requirements." IMA's objective has been to produce a tightly written,