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Raymarine Announces New Team

Raymarine has announced a new global marketing communications team that will provide full worldwide PR coverage and PR support for Raymarine's international network of distributors. The announcement was made by Fiona Pankhurst, global marketing communications manager for Raymarine, Ltd. in Portsmouth, Hampshire, United Kingdom. Pankhurst, who joined the company earlier this year, appointed two of the marine industry's leading PR agencies to handle its communication efforts. The UK-based ADPR Ltd., and the Scottsdale, Arizona-based Walker Agency will be working jointly on a new global PR campaign. The campaign will begin with the launch of the new ST290 instrument system at the Southampton Boat Show in the UK followed by the US introduction at the US Sailboat Show in Annapolis. The Southampton show will also be the worldwide roll-out of the new Raymarine catalog. Raymarine manufactures a wide range of marine electronics including radars, sonars, chartplotters, GPS and navigation software. Raymarine has invested in an extensive product development program the results of which will debut in the United States at the Annapolis show and the Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show.


This Day in Naval History - Jan. 26

From the Navy News Service 1911 - The first hydroaeroplane flight is witnessed by a naval aviator. 1913 - The body of John Paul Jones is laid in its final resting place in the chapel of the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. 1949 - USS Norton Sound (AV 11), the first guided-missile ship, launches first guided missile, Loon. 1960 - USS John S. McCain (DL 3/DDG 36) rescues the entire 41-man crew of the sinking Japanese freighter, Shinwa Maru, in the East China Sea.


This Day in Naval History – Jan. 26

1911 - 1st hydroaeroplane flight is witnessed by naval aviator 1913 - The body of John Paul Jones is laid in its final resting place in the Chapel of Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD 1949 - USS Norton Sound, first guided-missile ship, launches first guided missile, Loon. 1960 - USS John S. McCain rescues the entire 41-man crew of the sinking Japanese freighter, Shinwa Maru, in the East China Sea.


This Day in Naval History – June 10

1854 - U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD, holds first formal graduation exercises. Previous classes graduated without ceremony. 1896 - Authorization of first experimental ship model tank (Source: Navy News Service)


This Day in U.S. Naval History - July 6

1747 - Birth of John Paul Jones at Arbigland, Scotland.   1898 - Armed Auxiliary Dixie captures Spanish Three Bells, Pilgrim, and Greeman Castle   1908 - CDR Robert Peary sails in Roosevelt from New York to explore Arctic.   1911 - First naval aviation base established at Annapolis, MD.   1920 - Test and first use of radio compass in aircraft off Norfolk, VA   1943 - Night Battle of Kula Gulf results in loss of 2 Japanese destroyers and USS Helena.  


Today in U.S. Naval History: August 18

Today in U.S. Naval History - August 18 1838 - Exploring Expedition under Lt. Charles Wilkes embarks on world cruise. 1911 - First Navy Nurse Corps superintendent, Esther Voorhees Hasson, appointed 1965 - First major amphibious assault in Vietnam, Operation Starlight captures 2,000 Viet Cong 1966 - First ship-to-shore satellite radio message sent from USS Annapolis in South China Sea to Pacific Fleet Headquarters at Pearl Harbor


Opal Receives Awards

Opal Marine, the UK’s largest sailboat distributor has collected a host of awards for outstanding sales of Island Packet yachts in the UK. The awards were presented to Island Packet Sales Director, Bob Stokes during the recent annual Island Packet dealer’s banquet and awards ceremony in Annapolis, USA. For the third year in a row Opal picked up the “Million Dollar Club” award which is aimed at an elite group of dealers who have succeeded in


Navy Lab Marks 30 years of Environmental Quality

The Environmental Quality Department (EQD) laboratories at Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock are celebrating 30 successful years of advancing environmental enhancement for ships and submarines. In that time, EQD scientists and engineers have earned more than 23 patents and have installed waste management systems on nearly every ship in today's Navy. Through many name and location changes, the department has maintained a


Alion Wins $9.8m Navy Deal

Alion Science and Technology, Chicago, Ill., is being awarded a $9,842,720 cost-plus-fixed fee contract for research and development activities associated with the development of Integrated Power Systems Advanced Modules and Conceptual Engineering/Ship Implementation. The Contractor will develop shipboard electrical system architectures and characterize Next Generation Integrated Power System components. Work will be performed in Annapolis, Md., and is expected to be completed by Jan. 2013


This Day in Naval History – July 22

1802 - Frigate Constellation defeats 9 Corsair gunboats off Tripoli. 1905 - Body of John Paul Jones moved to Annapolis, MD for reburial. 1953 - U.S. ships laid down heavy barrage to support UN troops in Korea 1964 - Four Navy Divers (LCDR Robert Thompson, MC; Gunners Mate First Class Lester Anderson, Chief Quartermaster Robert A. Barth, and Chief Hospital Corpsman Sanders Manning) submerge in Sealab I for 10 days at a depth of 192 feet, 39 miles off Hamilton, Bermuda


ST Marine Delivers 4th Patrol Vessel to Oman

A series of four patrol vessels designed and built by ST Marine for the Royal Navy of Oman, namely RNOV Al-Seeb, RNOV Shinas, RNOV Sadh and RNOV Khassab (Photo: ST Marine)

Singapore Technologies Marine Ltd (ST Marine), the marine arm of Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (ST Engineering), has held the Interim Acceptance ceremony for the Patrol Vessel (PV) RNOV Khasab.   This is the final, in a series of four vessels


Kiel is First German Port of Call for Mein Schiff 5

Mein Schiff 5 (Port of Kiel)

The brand-new TUI Cruises newbuilding Mein Schiff 5 has arrived in Kiel – her first German port of call since being handed over in Turku, Finland, a few days ago.   The 99,500GT, 295-meter-long cruise ship sailed into the Kiel Fiord early this morning


DMCA Showcases Local Maritime Leadership

Dubai Maritime City. Pic: Dubai Maritime City Authority

 Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) showcased Dubai's global maritime leadership in the presence of a high-level delegation from City of Glasgow College who commended the manner in which the outstanding experiences of the UAE maritime sector has transformed it into an internationally


Blue Angels Resume Schedule

Blue Angels Crest

The U.S. Navy Blue Angels will return to its 2016 demonstration schedule July 2-4 in Traverse City, Mich., Commander, Naval Air Forces announced. The Blue Angels temporarily stood down, canceling three weekend shows following a crash on June 2 during a practice in Smyrna, Tenn


DP World Chairman Meets Argentine President

DP World Group Chairman and CEO Meets President of Argentina and underlines importance of DP World investments in the country - $250 million dollars in the last 20 years Photo DP World

DP World Group Chairman and CEO, Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem has met Argentinian President, Mauricio Macri in Beunos Aires to discuss cooperation in the ports and cruise terminals sector. The meeting was attended by the Argentinian transport cabinet including Minister of Transport


MacGregor's Greek Service Center sees a Boom

The team of MacGregor Greek branch At your Service Photo MacGregor

MacGregor, part of Cargotec, continues to serve the busy Greek shipping industry from its new, larger premises at Akti Miaouli, which is in the heart of the Greek port of Piraeus. "We serve 1,500 Greek-owned vessels annually and handle over 4


USNS Carson City Completes Acceptance Trials

Expeditionary Fast Transport 7 (EPF 7), USNS Carson City during Acceptance Trials in the Gulf of Mexico (Photo: Austal)

 Austal Limited announced that Expeditionary Fast Transport 7 (EPF 7), USNS Carson City has completed U.S. Navy acceptance trials.   The trials were undertaken in the Gulf of Mexico and involved comprehensive testing of the vessel’s major systems and equipment by the U.S. Navy.


Otto Marine Shares Soar on Delisting Offer

Photo: Otto Marine

Shares in Singapore-based oilfield services firm Otto Marine Ltd jumped 37 percent on Thursday after the company received an offer from its majority shareholder to take it private.   Executive Chairman Yaw Chee Siew, who owns 61 percent of the company, offered S$0


Hong Kong Eyes Shipping Boost from China's New Silk Road, Iran

File photo: Maersk Line

Hong Kong's crucial shipping trade is hoping China's overseas infrastructure plan and closer business ties with Iran will enable the city to tackle the downturn in the seaborne sector and tougher competition, officials said.   The global container sector


This Day In Naval History: June 10

USS Firebolt (PC 10) (U.S. Navy photo by Randall Damm)

1854 - The first formal graduation exercises are held at the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md. Previous classes graduated without a ceremony. Rear Adm. Thomas O. Selfridge and Rear Adm. Joseph N. Miller are two of the six graduates that year.


US Submarine USS Frank Cable in Palawan

USS Frank Cable. Photo: US Navy

 US submarine tender USS Frank Cable (AS 40) arrived in Puerto Princesa City in Palawan on Saturday, June 11, for a "scheduled port visit," according to the US embassy in Manila.   The visit will allow the ship’s sailors and military sealift command mariners to enjoy


Dredging Begins in Milford Harbor

Photo by Milford Mayors Office

 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will be dredging MIlford Harbor over the next two weeks, says a press release from Milford Mayor Ben Blake’s office.   Army Corps will be using a 150-foot vessel called the Currituck, which is a special purpose dredge barge.  


Two Dead in Crew Attack on board Fishing Vessel

Vietnamese crewmen held over killing of S.Korea ship captain, engineer. Two Vietnamese crewmen on a South Korean fishing vessel in the Indian Ocean have allegedly stabbed and killed the ship's captain and the engineer over a dispute, South Korea's coast guard said Monday.


US Aircraft Carrier Docks in Crete After Islamic State Battles

USS Harry S. Truman  (Photo: U.S. Navy)

The USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier arrived in Crete on Tuesday, giving its 5,500 crew members a Greek island break after seven months at sea and over 2,000 missions launched against Islamic State targets in Iraq and Syria.   The U.S


Kiel Welcomes P&O’s Arcadia on Maiden Call

Arcadia (Port of Kiel)

P&O Cruises’ Arcadia berthed June 22, for her first visit ever to the Port of Kiel, arriving just as the prestigious Kieler Woche sailing regatta marked its half-way point. More than 2,000, mainly British, passengers used the opportunity to visit northern Europe’s biggest maritime






 
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