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Peterson Delivers Big Tuna Seiner, Launches Another

A large contingent of the San Diego and San Pedro tuna fishing industry gathered in Sturgeon Bay, Wis., recently to witness the christening and delivery' of the tuna seiner Captain Frank Medina, built for Capt. and Mrs. Joe Medina Jr. of San Diego; and the launching of the Jane for Venatun,

 

Peterson Builders Launches The Captain Frank Medina

The second of a series of 1,200- ton/225-foot seiners being bulit by Peterson Builders, Inc., Sturgeon Bay, Wis., splashed into Sturgeon Bay's waters on January 5, 1980, nearly three months ahead of schedule. The Captain Frank Medina (shown above) is owned by the Carolyn M.

Raytheon Introduces New Radiotelephone

Raytheon Marine Company has introduced a new low-cost 25-watt radiotelephone for mariners with short-to-medium-range communications requirements. The RAY-48A is a 12-channel set with two weather channels. It is supplied with channels 6 (ship-to-ship,

Simrad Loran C Receiver Is Fully A u t o m a t i c - Literature A v a i l a b le

S i m r a d ' s computer-controlled TL-838 takes advantage of microprocessor technology to insure quality operation. It quickly and automatically acquires and tracks the master and all secondary signals in a selected Loran C chain. All TDs can

Cybernet Introduces Multi-Scan, High-Tech VHF-FM Radiotelephone

Cybernet Marine Products, Kyocera International, Inc., Warren, N.J., has introduced the CTX-2060, an 89-channel VHF-FM radiotelephone that can scan all U.S. and international channels simultaneously, automatically switching to the channel in use.

New Satellite Navigator Receiver Announced By Racal-Decca Navigator

A new satellite navigator receiver that makes a significant breakthrough in terms of cost, performance, and size of Sat-Nav equipment was announced recently by Racal-Decca Navigator Limited. The Racal-Decca DS4 uses signals from the U.S. Navy N

Sonatech Announces New Expendable Doppler Soil Penetrometer

Sonatech, Inc. of Goleta, Calif., recently introduced the Sonatech Expendable Doppler Penetrometer (EDP) system, designed to determine the undrained shear strength of ocean floor soils by measuring instantaneous velocity of a sound source probe

$7-Million Contract For Offshore Fire Pumps Awarded To Worthington

The Worthington Pump Division of McGraw-Edison Company, Mountainside, N.J., has announced receipt of a $7-million order for o f f s h o r e d r i l l i n g platform fire UNSURPASSED ACCURACY FROM NEW DECCA DESIGN T. D. (Time Difference) readouts

 
 
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