The Henrietta II, a 85-foot by 26- foot passenger vessel built by Superior Boat Works of Greenville, Miss., is now offering sightseeing luncheon and dinner cruises on the Cape Fear River near Wilmington, N.C. The vessel is homeported in Wilmington and is owned by Cape Fear Riverboats, Inc.
With the recent delivery of the 4,300-bhp tractor tug Brooks K. McAllister (photo), McAllister Brothers Inc. of New York announced the formation of McAllister Towing of Florida Inc. to begin a ship docking service in the Port of Jacksonville. Capt.
A full-scale, RV-2 diesel engine, cut away f o r training purposes, has been donated to the California Maritime Academy in Vallejo, Calif., by the Transamerica Delaval Engine and Compressor Division. The presentation was made public at acceptance
The appointment of Jack E. Horner as senior marine project engineer has been announced by David A. O'Neil, president of Seaworthy Engine Systems, Inc. Seaworthy is engaged in engineering consulting for marine propulsion, fuel optimization and control systems for marine gas turbines,
Carnival Cruise Lines, Miami, Fla., recently paid about $550 million to four shipping companies to acquire majority shares in both Admiral Cruises Inc. and Royal Caribbean Cruise Line (RCCL). The deal makes Carnival the world's largest operator of cruise ships.
Uniflite, Inc., a major fiberglass boat manufacturer headquartered in Bellingham, Wash., has been awarded a $1,440,000 contract by the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command to build 16 Mark IV 50-foot fire-retardant fiberglass utility boats, according to James J.
MAN B&W Diesel A/S launched the ME-GI engine, a range designed for the LNG carrier market. The ME-GI design combines with the developments in the latest electronically controlled ME engines. "The LNG carrier market, like all sectors of the transportation industry, needs to control and.
Bel-Aire Shipyard Ltd. of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, has received a $20- million contract from Atunera Coinseco S.P.A. de C.V. of Mexico City, Mexico, to build two tuna seiners. The vessels are Canadiandesigned by naval a r c h i t e c ts Cleaver & Walkingshaw Ltd.
In a working partnership between Carnival Corp. and the Finnish marine power systems supplier Wartsila Corp., the new 86,000-ton cruise ship Carnival Spirit will be fitted with the cruise industry's first smokeless diesel engines. The Carnival Spirit,
Bailey Refrigeration Co., Inc., Avenel, N.J., has appointed Oscar F. Poppe Jr. as its Miami branch manager. Mr. Poppe comes to Bailey from Bermuda Star Line where he was vice president of operations. A marine engineer from Miami, Mr. Poppe has