Just as the practice of single- sourcing complete packages of equipment and machinery, albeit long applied, has gathered tremendous pace over the past decade in the commercial marine sector, the uptake of functionally-integrated systems has
Offshore Shipbuilding of Palatka, Fla., has delivered the paddlewheel passenger vessel Andrew Fletcher, a replica of the steam-driven sidewheelers that flourished at the turn of the century. The new vessel, however, is powered by two Detroit Diesel engines
—Catalogs Available Two of the world's leading marine manufacturers— Perko, Inc. and United Kingdom-based Lucas Marine Products—have combined efforts to offer in the U.S. the 200 Series International Navigation Lights. The series, certified for
The future is now for Kongsberg. and its futuristic looking AutoChief C20 propulsion control system. First announced at Nor-Shipping 2003, it has received a good deal of attention and. more importantly, early orders. By reducing the amount of buttons and controls on the panel itself,
Columbia O f f s h o r e Technical Services Ltd., a Division of Columbia Surveyors (Marine) Ltd. of Vancouver, Canada, has avail able a new brochure describing the company's diverse marineoriented services Columbia Offshore was established in
Kongsberg Maritime can provide complete integrated systems and solutions across the board. The systems available range from hydroacoustic survey solutions and subsea autonomous vehicles and transponders, through DP, Automation, Navigation and Simulation.
It has recently !been announced that the state-owned Algerian Steamship Navigation Co., C.N.- A.N., has ordered three LNG tankers with Gaz-Transport invar membrane design. Two of them, each with a capacity of 129,400 cubic meters, are to foe ibuilt at C.