Newest addition to the tugboat fleet of McAllister Brothers is the Eileen McAllister, a 4,290-hp vessel j ust put into operation at Norfolk, Va., for service in the growing Hampton Roads Harbor area. The vessel was named for, and christened at the Norfolk International Terminal by Mrs.
Halter Marine Services, Inc., New Orleans, La., has delivered the new 195-foot offshore support vessel Highland Light to its owner, Offshore Logistics, Inc. of Lafayette, La. The Highland Light is the fourth in a series of large rig towing, anchor
On-Water Exhibition Set For June 23-25, 1992 Designed specifically for the small commercial craft industry, the 3rd European Workboat Show, which has developed into one of the largest exhibitions of its kind in Europe, has been scheduled for June 23-25,
The Ocean Drilling & Exploration Company (ODECO) is adding a new dimension to its drilling fleet with the construction of a heavy-duty, fully winterized, s e l f - p r o p e l l e d semisubmersible with huge deckload capacities, that will be capable
Eastern Shipbuilding delivered OSV San Rafael to Naviera Tamaulipas of Tampico, Mexico for operations in the Bay of Campeche oil fields off Eastern Mexico. Measuring 204 x 44 ft. (62.1 x 13.4 m) with a 16 ft. (4.8 m) beam, the ABS-classed supply
Mississippi Marine Towboat Corporation, Greenville, Miss., recently launched its first offshore supply vessel. The 112-foot by 26- foot by 11-foot 2-inch Utility-class vessel was designed by the naval architectural and marine engineering firm of van Bentem and Associates of Ocean Springs,
A new fuel saving system designed by Vicmar Engineering Ltd. was recently installed and tested on the starboard main engine of the M/V Seaspan "Greg", a roll-on/roll-off rail and trailer ship powered by two D399 Caterpillar engines. The main engine was
The Maritime Administration has awarded a $342,500 contract to Seaworthy Engine Systems, Inc., Essex, Conn., as part of a cooperative research project to evaluate the benefits of applying exotic ceramic and metallic coatings to combustion system components of high-speed marine diesels.
The Alsthom-Atlantique Diesel Group has received an order from DTCN, a shipyard management company, for two S.E.M.T. Pielstick 16 PC2.5 diesel engines, each with a rated output of 20,000 bhp. These engines will be installed in a French Navy supply tanker.
Goldston Shipbuilding Corporation of Corpus Christi, Texas, announced it has signed a contract with Jackson Marine Corporation of Aransas Pass, Texas, for the construction of a supply vessel. This contract represents Goldston's entry into the supply boat market.