The M/V Exxon Mobile was recently delivered by Hillman Barge and Construction Company, Brownsville, Pa., to Exxon Company, U.S.A., Baton Rouge, La. The vessel will operate out of the refinery there towing petroleum products to locations along the inland waterways and Gulf Coast.
Hudson Shipbuilders, Inc. (HUDSHIP) of Pascagoula, Miss., recently delivered the utility boat Graytest (shown above) to Gray Mackenzie Marine Service, E.C., located in Bahrain. The Graytest is a modified version of the standard HUDSHIP 120-foot utility vessel.
Hudship Shipbuilders, Inc. (HUDSHIP) of Pascagoula, Miss., recently delivered its third and fourth supply vessels, the Graytrack (shown above) and Graytraverse, to Gray Mackenzie Company, Ltd., Marine Division located in Bahrain. The design is HUDSHIP's standard
The Portuguese Princess, a fast, sleek, new 94-foot passenger whale watch boat has entered service in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Owner Suzanne Carter was looking for a shipyard that could build a high quality boat in a short time. Aluminum Boats, Inc.
Aluminum Boats, Inc., of Crown Point, La., recently delivered an 85- foot crew/utility boat, Abeer Nine (shown above), to the Barberlines Arabian Navigation & Shipping Company, Ltd. of Saudi Arabia. She is now serving offshore rigs and platforms in the Arabian Gulf from the Port of Dammam.
For years, general manufacturing companies have enjoyed the benefit of laser cutting systems for producing complex or simple parts in batch volumes as low as one, and as high as tens of thousands. The laser is an incredibly powerful tool that remains
Mirroring the metamorphosis of the globalization of the marine industry and seeking to stake a leadership claim atop the marine technology information heap, the World Maritime Technology Conference & Exposition will bring together the world, both literally and figuratively,
Raytheon Marine Company held a Maritime SatCom Training Seminar at its New York office at Staten Island's Pouch Terminal recently to provide Raytheon technicians with a comprehensive review of installation and service procedures for Satellite Communications equipment.
Tracor has introduced a new Satellite Navigator. Named after the North Star and the submarines which first tested the Transit system, the Polaris SatNav is a full-feature, total-performance system at a competitive price. Its housing is sleek yet functional with a yoke that provides overhead,
RDI's Satcom I Maritime Satellite Communications System has been awarded complete type approval following extensive testing by INMARSAT of London, the International Maritime Satellite Communications Organization. This type approval designation allows RDI to install its system on ships,