Monday, September 09, 2002 Maritime News

Recent Wärtsilä Four-Stroke Engine Developments

Sep 09, 2002

Wärtsilä has focused its technological developments in this realm on three main areas: Common-rail fuel injection for heavy-fuel engines; Humidification methods

New Technology Has Promising Maritime Applications

Sep 09, 2002

Millennium Cell Inc., which designs and develops systems for the safe use of hydrogen fuel in energy applications, has teamed with Seaworthy Systems in a CCDOTT

CP Ships Takes Delivery Of Contship Aurora

Sep 09, 2002

CP Ships Limited has taken delivery of the 4100 teu Contship Aurora. It is the second in a series of new containerships being built under the company's $800 million

Navy Secretary Assigns New Ship Name

Sep 09, 2002

At a ceremony held Saturday, September 7, at 9:30 a.m. aboard the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York Harbor, Secretary of the Navy Gordon England announced

Coast Guard Cutter Terminates Vessel Voyage

Sep 09, 2002

A Coast Guard cutter Maple boarding team terminated a fishing vessel’s voyage due to unserviceable safety equipment Thursday. The fishing vessel Duna, a 36-foot vessel from Seldovia,

CG Prepares for Hurricane Season

Sep 09, 2002

The U.S. Coast Guard’s Operations Center in Portsmouth placed North Carolina units on high alert this morning and is advising them to keep a close eye on Sub-Tropical

Optimal Electric Ship Propulsion Solution

Sep 09, 2002

Throughout the history of shipbuilding, the key challenge too often has been how to build the right ship around a given propulsion system, rather than creating

A German Ferry for All Harbors

Sep 09, 2002

The Hanseatic Port of Hamburg on Germany's Elbe River has never shied from innovative means of moving citizens and visiting ship's crew from the south shore harbor

Green GL Passports For Boxship Trio

Sep 09, 2002

Marking a departure from the company's highly effective chartering strategy of the past 30 years, three self-owned newbuilds are being phased into Contship Containerlines'

Modern Maid-of-All Work

Sep 09, 2002

Recent years have witnessed a number of programs involving new series of versatile, omni-purpose ships targeted at the market for project cargoes and otherwise heavy or outsized items of freight.

NautiCast Offers AIS Solution

Sep 09, 2002

Vienna, Austria-based NautiCast Schiffsnavigationssysteme specializes in the development and distribution of refined AIS navigation aids, catering for both the

Precision Ship-Handling Writ Large

Sep 09, 2002

On the Elbe River, the famous port of Hamburg's Nautical Institute had its final intake this year due to a shortage of prospective students. From now on it will

Editor's Note

Sep 09, 2002

American Shipbuilding has, in my opinion, seen its lowest point, during the past year.” Most of you might naturally assume that this is a recent quote from a high ranking shipyard,

What Hull Shape Is Best?

Sep 09, 2002

Back at the dawn of maritime history, a coastal dweller first took a log and ventured out on the water. Over time his craft evolved from a rough log to one that

Advances in CAD and CAM System Integration

Sep 09, 2002

Over the past 25 years CAD and CAM have become a vital part of shipbuilding. The individual tools have evolved into highly capable products of today. This has included the change from 2-D to 3-D CAD,

Advances in CAD and CAM System Integration

Sep 09, 2002

Over the past 25 years CAD and CAM have become a vital part of shipbuilding. The individual tools have evolved into highly capable products of today. This has included the change from 2-D to 3-D CAD,

Three Hulls = One Ship

Sep 09, 2002

The U.K. Ministry of Defense (MOD) has been studying the use of the trimaran hullform for its Future Surface Combatant. As part of its research and risk reduction

Crowley Christens Tug Response

Sep 09, 2002

Crowley's latest ship assist and escort tug renamed Response was christened August 2 in Elliott Bay. Deicy Mathur, wife of Anil Mathur, President of the Alaska Tanker Company,

Northrop Grumman Unloads Half-built Project America Ship to NCL

Sep 09, 2002

The saga of the now-defunct American Classic Voyages' U.S. Lines has seemingly come to a close with Northrop Grumman Corporation reaching an agreement on August

Odds are Improving for Riverboat Casino Employees Seeking Jones Act Seaman Status

Sep 09, 2002

In 1991, casinos were legalized in the state of Louisiana through the passage of the Louisiana Gaming Act. Riverboat casinos have been operational in the state since 1993.

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