Lester Rosenblatt, president of M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc., naval architects and marine engineering firm of New York, recently announced the appointment of Amos Baki to the position of vice president of the corporation. As manager of the Washington area branch in Arlington, Va.
The Port Commission of the Port of Corpus Christi (Texas) Authority recently approved funds for modernization of its existing bulk materials dock. The existing facility includes a bucket type unloader that is also used for loading vessels calling at the port.
The Los Angeles Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, in a recent joint meeting with the Long Beach-Greater Los Angeles Section of the American Society of Naval Engineers aboard the SS Princess Louise I, heard two presentations.
The Hampton Roads Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers recently held its first meeting of the 1981- 82 season at Fisherman's Wharf in Hampton, Va. This dinner/technical meeting, attended by 88 members and guests, featured a technical p£.
The Maritime Subsidy Board (MSB) has approved a design change for four 35,000-dwt tankers built for Zapata Tankers, Inc. The tankers, which were constructed by Todd Shipyards Corporation, San Pedro, Calif., are the Zapata Patriot, Zapata Ranger, Zapata Courier, and Zapata Rover.
John J. McMullen Associates, Inc., naval architects, marine engineers, and consultants of New York, has announced that Richard W. Thorpe Jr. has joined the company as vice president-corporate planning and development. He will report directly to George A.
As the competition increases in the marine design field, more and more engineers, naval architects and design firms are turning to microcomputers to develop a marketing edge. Computer-aided calculations are convenient, consistently accurate and fast.
Carnival Spirit, which is currently under construction at Kvaerner Masa- Yards' Helsinki shipyard for Carnival Cruise Lines, underwent sea trials in the Gulf of Finland during the second week of January. The sea trials, which encompassed close to 100 different tests,
The four refrigerated cargo ships ordered from the Belfast shipyard Harland & Wolff by British reefer specialist Blue Star Line are to be fitted with MacGregor-Navire (MGN) cargo access equipment. Confirmation that the Northern Irish yard had,
Graig Group is to build on its recent 15-ship order in Vietnam by developing series production of a full range of modern- design bulk carriers at Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (Vinashin) yards. The series will range from handysize up to capesize.