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ARAMCO Awards $125-Million Order For Four Self-Elevating Platforms

ARAMCO has awarded a contract to Verolme Brazil (VERB) for the construction of four selfelevating platforms. The contract is valued at more than $125 million. The platforms were designed by Gusto Engineering of Schiedam, Holland. Three will be used for wellservicing and fire-fighting,

 

There's Something About Mary

Queen Mary 2 will not only be the largest, tallest and fastest passenger ship of its type in the world; it will also revive the august tradition of the transatlantic liner and take the design of such vessels several steps further into the future The

J.J. Henry Announces Key Executive Appointments

Joseph J. Cuneo, chairman and chief executive officer of the J.J. Henry Co., Inc., a firm of Naval Architects, Marine Engineers and Marine Consultants, has announced the appointment of Gregory J. Masaitis, David F. McMullen and Charles H. Gross Jr.

Bethlehem Steel Names G.Y. Marriner Manager San Francisco Yard

The appointment of Gayne Y. Marriner as general manager of Bethlehem Steel Corporation's San Francisco (Calif.) Yard was announced by William C. Brigham, vice president in charge of shipbuilding. Mr. Marriner is s u c c e e d i ng Patrick G. Filip, whose retirement has been announced.

Innovation on the fjords

An initiative to develop a new breed of medium-speed, economical and environmentally compatible, commuter ferry for Norwegian trunk routes has won early approbation from the service operating fraternity. The Norwegian Public Roads Administration has

Uniflite, Inc., Sells 6 Corsair Patrol Boats To Union Of Burma

Six 32-foot high-speed fire retardant fiberglass Corsair river patrol boats, similar to the U.S. Navy's PBRs, have been sold to the Ministry of Defense of the Union of Burma for a contract price of $606,000 by Uniflite, Inc., military, commercial,

"Ship Design and Construction"

SNAME publishes many good textbooks on naval architecture. All the more we can welcome the completely revised new edition of "Ship Design and Construction" published by the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. In 1980, the "Taggart"

New Offshore Committee Formed By SNAME— McClure Named Chairman

A new technical committee, the Offshore Committee, has been formed by The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. Its purpose is to give wider emphasis to the offshore aspects of naval architecture and ocean engineering than heretofore,

Costa Atlantica First To Earn RINA's Green Star

Italian classification society RINA has launched Green Star, which it is dubbing the new environmental standard for shipping. The recently delivered Costa Atlantic from Kvaerner Masa-Yards for Costa Crociere is the first ship to meet the green standard,

R.E. Derecktor Delivers Tug To Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co.

The Hoosier State, a twin-screw 556-horsepower tug, was recently completed by R.E. Derecktor and Co., Dania, Fla., for the Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. of Chicago, 111. Designed by S.L. Petchul, Inc., Naval Architect, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., the

 
 
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