Seacoast Electronics supplied an integrated electronics package to Halter Marine for the Foss Delta Mariner rocket booster transport ship. Seacoast was chosen by both Halter and Foss to provide a complete package encompassing systems design, communication and navigation electronics,
A new offshore crewboat, eighth in a series built for the same owner, has been delivered by Halter Marine Services, Inc., Chalmette (La.) Division, to Gray Mackenzie and Company, Ltd., Bahrain. The new vessel is the Grayflier, a 78-foot crewboat whose home port will be Dubai.
There is a growing interest throughout the industry lately in a new navigation system, the VIEWNAV™ System which can increase the number of days a vessel is able to operate each year. It also facilitates safe navigation in crowded harbors and waterways,
According to William H. Bevan, president of Marine Technologies and Brokerage Corp., the S.S. United States will shortly begin removals in preparation for its movement to the shipyard for a complete retrofit. The vessel will undergo a massive rip-out and rebuild,
Ogden Corporation, 277 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017, has announced that Ogden Marine, Inc. will construct two U.S.- fiag 42,000-ton multi-product vessels at Avondale Shipyards. A long-term charter has been entered into for one vessel. These ships,
Since January of this year, Maptech, Inc. has supplied nautical chart CD-ROM discs for the popular NavGraphic II GPS/LORAN Electronic Charting System. The NavGraphic II is manufactured by Trimble Navigation, Ltd. of Sunnyvale, Calif. The NavGraphic
Phoenix Products Company, Inc., a Milwaukee manufacturer of loading dock, mining and marine lights, has acquired most of the Midland Ross Russellstoll Division lighting line from FL Industries, Livingston, N.J. The purchase, for an undisclosed amount of cash,
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) recently introduced an advanced bridge operation support system called Super Bridge, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to automatically navigate ships and prevent collisions as well as strandings and groundings.
While electronic manufacturers are quickly rolling out more and more advanced gadget r\\ one company finds that its customer support growth was equally important. Recent trends in the shipping industry are changing how suppliers of marine equipment handle customer support.
While not monitoring and control per se, the new Mini-M Optimizer, VComm IP from Boatracs — a business unit of Advanced Remote Communication Solutions — is designed to enable boat owners and operators as never before. Launched in early December in New Orleans,