The third in a series of six fleet oilers under construction for the U.S. Navy was christened recently by the Shipyards Division of Avondale Industries, Inc. in ceremonies at the yard near New Orleans. The new ship, the John Lenthall (T-AO- 189),
Cityvarvet AB, previously Gotaverken Cityvarvet AB, recently introduced a new United Statesbased service for their subsidiary, Ciserve AB, at a reception in the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City. Ciserve is the travel arm of Sweden's Gothenberg-based
New York Corp's newest survey vessel — Moritz — recently joined the fleet. The 58-ft. catamaran was built in Seattle by Kvichak Marine and features an extensive array of survey equipment, including a Ross Dolphin Mini-Sweep System. With a beam of 18.
A new 12-inch AC/TM rasterscan radar designed for either standalone or integrated installation aboard all types of small civil, naval and fishing vessels, the Atlas 5600, has been introduced by Krupp Atlas Elektronik. Combining continuous radar presentation
Relying on experience from more than 4,000 Navi-Sailor installations around the world, Transas Marine has added a number of features to further enhance the functionality of its Navi-Sailor marine navigation systems. Transas' ongoing R&D efforts
Robertson A/S Radio-Elektro of Egersund, Norway, has been acquired by Tritech International, the joint venture company of Perry Offshore, headquartered in Riviera Beach, Fla., and Bird Technology A/S of Bergen, Norway. Robertson, to be renamed Robertson Tritech A/S,
Granville W. Holman Jr. was recently elected president and chief operating officer of Raymond International Inc. and James J. Wildasin has been elected president of Raymond Offshore Constructors, Inc., a subsidiary of Houston-based Raymond International,
Two classes of ferryboats and two fully equipped terminals have been simulated by the Computer Aided Operations Research Facility (CAORF) which is operated by MarineSafety International (MSI) at Kings Point, N.Y. These detailed computer models