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HIGHLIGHTS FROM JANUARY-JUNE 2001 ISSUE
NONE OF THE CONTENTS OF THE JUNE 2001 YEARBOOK ISSUE IS AVAILABLE ON THE WEB
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE MAY 2001 ISSUE
CHANGES AHEAD ON THE BRIDGE
A look at some of the latest developments in marine navigation technology
NORWEGIANS SHUTTLE INTO THE GULF
A look at Nordic-American maritime cooperation starts with news that Norwegian companies plan to enter the Gulf shuttle tanker market
SHIPBUILDING SOFTWARE ADVANCES
What's new in CAD/CAM and beyond
INTO DEEPWATER AND THROUGH THE SUBSALT
The U.S. Gulf is a hot, hot offshore market ...and now its gas deposits benath the subsalt that beckon
LITTON INGALLS GETS TO WORK ON THE COLE
An update on progress with repairs to a terrorist-damaged U.S. warship
Editorial: And then there were two? Thoughts on GD's plan to acquire NNS
Update Innovative shallow draft tanker: EMMF expands in Gulf. FGH files. Cammell Laird calls in the receivers. Hyper-accelerated corrosion suspected in Castor incident. New supply boat for Lytal... and more
Washington: Bush seeks to miniaturize MarAd
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE APRIL 2001 ISSUE
PICKING THE RIGHT POD
The choice of podded propulsion systems is broadening
TOO FEW FPSO CONVERSION CANDIDATES?
As demand for FPSOs soars, its becoming harder to find suitanble older tankers to transform
U.S. GULF FPSO's & SHUTTLE TANKERS
The MMS final environmental impact analysis for Gulf FPSOs gives a clear green light for development, but leaves many questions hanging
SEMCO PUTS LIFT BOAT ON STEROIDS
With an 8,250 ft2 deck area Dixie Legacy sets new standards for lift boat capabilities
OSV'S FOR NEW MARKETS
Rolls-Royce continues to extend the original Ulstein portfolio of OSV designs
FINANCING NEW GENERATION OSVs
Many lenders are more than ready to finance new generation boats
Owners are increasingly turning to simulators to meet crew training needs p.38
RETHINKING TOMORROW'S NAVY
A defense review may contain some unwelcome surprises
PLUS: NATO buys a ship
Berman spill payout (p.56)
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE MARCH 2001 ISSUE
SHIP REPAIR: Getting the right price --without deviating
NEW BREED OF OSV'S: New boats are coming on stream, to replace existing tonnage as well as to serve deeper waters
BUNKER BLUES--and choices
A FERRY LOOP FOR MANHATTAN
FORAN does Windows
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE FEBRUARY 2001 ISSUE
CRUISING: MORE SHIPS, MORE PASSENGERS--Softer prices
MAKING THE MOST OF SATCOM
Inmarsat services are providing a platform for a growing number of applications that enhance operational efficiency
3-D coordinate measuring at Carderock. Milestone for IPDE. NNS upgrades its voice communication, DD 21 Alliance picks CATIA/ENOVIA
LIFE WITHOUT TIN
Shipowners are trying to figure out how to go five years between drydockings without organiotin antifoulings
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE JANUARY 2001 ISSUE
FERRIES:Meeting the need for speed
U.S. shipbuilders continue to look internationally for fast ferry designs Now Bollinger has reached an agreement with Incat Australia.
Propulsion:Small Cat with big features
A look at the 125-205 bhp Caterpillar 3000 series.
PLUS: More orders for Sulzer RTA; Worlds first intelligent engine.
Deepwater OSV expansion builds
Operators such as Chouest continue to commit to more boats to serve the deepwater segment.
Autoship introduces an easy to use internal structural design program.
A boat for all reasons
A look at a versatile St. Lawrence workhorse .
Auctions, weathe,r soup and soccer scores
Maritime dotcoms have differing ideas about the marine communities e-commerce and information needs
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE YEAR 2000
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