Halter Marine, Inc., New Orleans, La., has delivered the oceangoing tug, the Mister Randy, to Jackson Marine Corporation, Aransas Pass, Texas. The Mister Randy is part of Jackson Marine's domestic fleet and is currently operating out of Belle Chasse, La.
The superseiner Napoleon, first of a three-boat contract signed between Peterson Builders, Inc., Sturgeon Bay, Wis., and Ocean Blazer, Inc. in July 1978, was turned over to her owners recently just before leaving Sturgeon Bay. To be operated under the Venezuelan f l a g by Venatun, Inc.
Raytheon Marine Company has introduced a new low-cost 25-watt radiotelephone for mariners with short-to-medium-range communications requirements. The RAY-48A is a 12-channel set with two weather channels. It is supplied with channels 6 (ship-to-ship,
The Worthington Pump Division of McGraw-Edison Company, Mountainside, N.J., has announced receipt of a $7-million order for o f f s h o r e d r i l l i n g platform fire UNSURPASSED ACCURACY FROM NEW DECCA DESIGN T. D. (Time Difference) readouts
Two brochures on two distinct doppler systems have been published recently by Sperry Marine Systems, Great Neck, N.Y. One brochure concerns Sperry's Doppler Speed Log which measures speed and distance movements. The eight-page brochure describes
Sonatech, Inc. of Goleta, Calif., recently introduced the Sonatech Expendable Doppler Penetrometer (EDP) system, designed to determine the undrained shear strength of ocean floor soils by measuring instantaneous velocity of a sound source probe
S i m r a d ' s computer-controlled TL-838 takes advantage of microprocessor technology to insure quality operation. It quickly and automatically acquires and tracks the master and all secondary signals in a selected Loran C chain. All TDs can
Olympic Maritime S.A. (Onassis Group), and Sea-Land Service, Inc. have chosen the Navidyne ESZ-4000 Satellite Navigator for their merchant fleets. Sea-Land has purchased 27 Navidyne sets, and Olympic has ordered 22, with an option to buy as many as 18 more, according to A.