The January meeting of the San Diego Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers was held at the Cafe Del Rey Moro in Balboa Park on January 19, 1977. Following an enjoyable dinner, a short business meeting was held in which it
Willard Marine, Inc., which is a leading builder of RIB's and other small craft for the U.S. Government, delivering more than 900 military boats during the past 20 years. The company's factory is in Anaheim, Calif., with waterfront for sea trials,
Latest offerings from the world s leading manufacturers Time being money for owners and operators of vessels and o f f - shore rigs, any speed-up in cargo handling produces cost savings, in many cases substantial ones. Recognizing this, manufacturers of
U.S. Gulf of Mexico operator McCall Enterprises has taken delivery of its seventh 160- by 30-foot crewboat, the Deane McCall, from Gulf Craft, Inc., of Patterson, La. The multipurpose Deanne McCall is powered with six Cummins KTA-19M diesel engines that develop a total of 4,
After having successfully completed a series of 11 Freedom-type general cargo vessels of 14,800 dwt each and two 91,600-dwt tankers, Jurong Shipyard Limited, Singapore, has diversified its activities to build more sophisticated vessels. Recently,
Concurrent Systems, Arlington, Va., is releasing a new hydrostatics program for personal computers. The Naval Architectural Problem Oriented Language (NAPOL) will perform the following calculations: hydrostatic curves of form; trim lines; longitudinal
MacGregor Far East (MGFE), the Tokyo-based member of the MacGregor International organization, has received orders to supply cargo access equipment for 33 vessels to be built for Paraguay. Thirty are dry cargo barges to be delivered by Mitsui Engineering
GTR Campbell, the designers of standard design ships like Freedom, Fortune, Friendship, Fantasy, Fortune MKII, Festiva, Valiant and Galaxy in cooperation with their associated concept design firm; Algoship Designers Ltd. of the Bahamas are behind
The recent passage of the Tax Technical Corrections Act, HR 4333, by the 100th Congress, offered some good news for domestic inland waterways operators. Included in the measure was the long-awaited correction to the diesel fuel tax inequity which began on April 1, 1988.
A seminal approach to class following the landmark decision by three of the classification societies two years ago to develop common edicts governing oil tanker hull structures, a complete draft set of new. unified rules is to be circulated for industry comment in June 2004.