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SubSea Solutions Alliance Provides Quick Fix - Underwater

Trite as it may be, time is money, especially in the high-end cruise market that depends on millions of tourists spending ample sums of cash onboard today's floating cities. A cruise ship out of action can quickly translate to millions in lost revenue,

 

Titan Re-Floats Clipper Cheyenne

On June 3, 2002 the 5,970 dwt, 341 x 67 x 16 ft. (104 x 20.5 x 4.9-m) Clipper Cheyenne, sunk alongside the dock at Foynes, Ireland in the waters of the River Shannon, while ballasting to load a floating dredger. The vessel sank in a position alongside and

Todd Shipyards Los Angeles Division To Build Four 89,700-Dwt Tankers At A Total Cost Of $136 Million

Todd Shipyards Corporation recently announced that it has signed contracts for the construction of four 89,700-dwt tankers at approximately $34 million per vessel. Two of the tankers will be built for subsidiaries of Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc.

FELS Completes Galaxy I, $100 Million Jackup Rig

Far East Levingston Shipbuilding Ltd. (FELS) has completed Galaxy 1, which it calls one of the world's most capable jackup rigs, to the satisfaction of its owner, Santa Fe Drilling Operations, Inc. In recognition of a job well done, Santa Fe is

Specialties Cornerstone of Canadian Market

The past decade was a tough one for the Canadian shipbuilding market. It was a decade that produced a decline of both employment and decline of newbuilds, many of which were contracted in the late 1980s still awaiting construction. This unfinished

Student Papers Meeting Held By SNAME New England Section

The New England section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers held its annual student papers meeting recently which was attended by over 60 members and student members. The first paper, entitled "Influence of Design and Fabrication on

Britain's P&O Group Designs New Type Naval Vessel To Be Built In Private Yards

Britain's giant shipping group P and 0 has unveiled designs for a versatile new type of naval vessel which can be built or refitted in any commercial shipyard capable of handling a deepsea trawler. The designs are intended to help governments with

Perspectives On Third World Port Development

Within the last decade, containerization has transformed the appearance and operations of many ports in the developed world and has established a dominant position on virtually all deepsea general cargo routes between industrial nations. Despite

 
 
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