A N e w Concept In M a r i n e Transport Is Seeded Only In Times Of Economic U p h e a v a l And Bears Fruit Only If It Is A d a p t a b l e To Economics Of A C h a n g i n g Pattern The most c h a l l e n g i n g and unique problem the naval architect faces
Ron Zeller has been appointed president and chief executive officer of N o r w e g i a n Caribbean Lines (NCL), succeeding Norwegian Helge Naarstad, who is relocating to another position with the company in Norway. Mr. Zeller has been legal counsel f o r NCL f o r the past 10 years,
Omnithruster*Canada has delivered a PV700 unit to Halifax Industries Ltd. of Halifax, Nova Scotia, as part of a complete propulsion and auxiliary machinery package supplied by GEC Diesels Inc. of Etobicoke, Ontario, for the Canadian Coast Guard.
About 20,000 or more light sources are needed for equipping a modern passenger ship. Even a freighter has between 500 and several thousand lighting points. Therefore, the responsibility of equipping a modern commercial vessel is no small task.
A new PC-based software from the Drew Marine Division of Ashland Specialty Chemical Company, monitors steam generating water treatment tests and recommends action for out-of-range results. The software, called Drew Watch Electronic Services, is
Carnival Corp said that its growing cash holdings were spurring market speculation that the world's largest cruise group was on the acquisitions trail. A spokesman for the Miami-based operator of 45 cruise ships, declined to speak directly to reports
The plans for the next generation of Carnival's cruise ships are being overseen by Ted Arison, retired chairman and head of the company's newbuilding program since founding Carnival 20 years ago. In the search for new designs for the 21st century, Mr.