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Seastreak Ferry Built with Delta 'T' Systems' Technology

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Seastreak's new Commodore-class high-speed catamaran ferry is launching with Delta "T" Systems/Dinak modular dry stack engine and generator exhausts, and related ventilation equipment. The 150' x 40' 600-passenger Incat-Crowther-designed vessel is being built by Gulf Craft of Franklin, Louisiana, and due to be delivered in April.

Cummins QSK95 Propulsion for Ferry Newbuild

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Azam Marine’s next newbuild, Kilimanjaro VII, will be the first passenger ferry powered by QSK95 propulsion engines from engine manufacturer Cummins.   Two QSK95 propulsion engines will provide main propulsion power to the new Incat Crowther designed fast catamaran, which will be built by Australian

Sanmar Orders 42 Rolls-Royce Thrusters

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 Rolls-Royce said it has secured an extensive supply order from long-time collaborator Sanmar Shipyards for propulsion and deck equipment for tugboats the Turkish shipyard is building for various customers.    The scope of supply includes 42 Rolls-Royce US 205/255 azimuth thrusters for 21 harbor/terminal/escort tugs in the 60-,

SCHOTTEL Far East Relocated

SCHOTTEL New Singapore Premises Courtesy SCHOTTEL

The SCHOTTEL Singapore subsidiary has relocated to its new facilities next to the new shipyard centre in southwestern Singapore. This heavy investment shows SCHOTTEL’s strong interest in the long-term partnership with local customers. New: lifting capacity of 80 tonnes This new facilities are equipped

MOL Adopts 'Common Rail Fuel Injection' System

Main engine equipped with common rail fuel injection system Photo MOL

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. announced that its group company, Mitsui O.S.K. Kinkai, Ltd. will use a main engine equipped with the MAN Diesel & Turbo SE (MDT)-developed “common rail fuel injection system” on a newbuilding vessel.   Shop test of the main engine was completed on January 29 and the vessel is slated for launching in 2018.

When it comes to moving fluids, Albin delivers

With a line of 12 General Purpose Pumps, Albin Pump Marine  delivers reliable performance, at an appealing price point. Photo Albin Pump Marine

Whether on board or dockside, Albin Pump Marine makes moving fluid an easy task with its line of 12 General Purpose Pumps that deliver reliable performance, at an appealing price point. Albin Flexible Impeller Pumps are self-priming and available in 12V or 24V. Used for pumping a wide range of viscous fluids,

Rolls-Royce Propulsion for New Hong Kong Fast Ferries

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Rolls-Royce said it has been contracted to deliver Kamewa waterjet propulsion units and MTU engines for three 42m high-speed, lightweight carbon fiber ferries for operation between Hong Kong and Guangzhou, China. The vessels will be built at the Brødrene Aa shipyard in Norway.   The same shipyard

GE Propulsion for Chilean Navy Icebreaker

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GE’s Marine Solutions was chosen by ASMAR Shipyards to provide the complete scope of an integrated marine propulsion system for the Chilean Navy’s new Antarctic icebreaking Polar Class vessel. It will replace the retired icebreaker to continue the navy’s Antarctic expedition for search and rescue missions,

First Daegu-class Frigate Delivered to Korean Navy

First Daegu-class frigate for Korean Navy Photo Rolls Royce

The Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN) has taken delivery of its first Daegu-class (FFX-II) frigate. South Korea’s defense procurement agency, Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) formally handed over the ship to the Navy, the first of an eight-ship program. As well as the controllable pitch propellers,

Evinrude E-TEC Engines Now Australian Compliant

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BRP announced today its Evinrude E-TEC engines are compliant to new Australian emissions standards. Australian exhaust emissions standards for outdoor power equipment and marine engines were finalized in December, 2017. The standards will be phased in to allow the industry time to transition.As of July 1,