The 90,000-deadweight-ton S/S Overseas Ohio, the second of four San Clemente-Class tankers ordered for subsidiaries of Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc. (OSG), was delivered on October 20 to its owner by National Steel and Shipbuilding Co., San Diego, Calif.
For a considerable length of time, Derek Paget-Clarke has been acting as general manager of ITT Decca Marine, pending the appointment of a new president for the company. Mr. Paget-Clarke carried out extensive reorganization of the company, was responsible for the recent move to Palm Coast,
The S/S Blue Ridge (shown above) the first of three 37,500- dwt Carlsbad Class product carriers built by National Steel and Shipbuilding Co., San Diego, Calif., for Union Oil Co. of California, was delivered recently in ceremonies held aboard the new ship.
Bender Shipbuilding & Repair Co., of Mobile, Ala., recently delivered three, 192-foot supply vessels to State Boat Corporation of Houston, Texas. The sisterships are named the M/V State Glory, M/V State Chief, and the M/V State Belle. Built to ABS classification and U.
EPSCO has recently published literature d e s c r i b i n g the new model M18 radar, a compact, counter-mounted version of the pedestal-mounted M16. The M18 incorporates the features of the M16, while meeting the space requirements of a crowded bridge.
Ever since the sinking of the Titanic, experts have occupied themselves with the question of how passengers can be evacuated from a ship in the fastest possible way. Passengers and crew rarely have a chance to prepare themselves for the consequences of a disaster.
Apelco Marine Electronics has published a full-color 1986 catalog describing a number of new, exciting high-tech products. Among these is a liquid crystal display (LCD) radar, the Model LDR-9900, which Apelco plans to introduce this spring. Using the newest LCD technology,