The tanker Exxon Galveston, the newest addition to the Exxon Company, U.S.A. ocean fleet, was christened on June 10 at the Port of Galveston, Texas. Mrs. W.T. Slick Jr., wife of a senior vice president of Exxon Company, U.S.A., broke the traditional bottle
At a recent press conference held at the Seamen's Church Institute in New York City by ITT Decca Marine, Inc., a major technological breakthrough in marine navigation, the new Decca "Clearscan" Radar was introduced. According to ITT Decca Marine, Inc.
The fishing trawler Andromeda was delivered recently by G&W Industries, Inc. of Cleveland. Designed by John W. Gilbert Associates of Boston and built for Busty and Peter Moceri of Gloucester, Mass., the vessel will be used for North Atlantic ground fishing.
Bay-Houston Towing Company recently placed into service the C.R. Haden, another powerful harbor tug for regular use at ports on the Texas coast. The 3,200-hp C.R. Haden provides the power needed for towing, maneuvering and docking the newer and larger tankers,
A new brochure is available from Raytheon Marine Company, Manchester, N.H., comparing features offered in their 1983 line of radars. Eight models are available, from Raytheon's compact 6-inch display 2600 MK III and 2800 MK II Mariners Pathfinder® R a d a r s with new expanded ranges,
Varo, Inc., Garland, Texas, has announced that it has signed an agreement in principle with lotron Corporation of Boston, Mass., providing for the merger of lotron with Varo. lotron, located in Bedford, Mass., a Boston suburb, is a privately held,
A new marine services company, Steadfast Marine Consulting, Inc., has recently been formed. Headed by R.E. (Bob) Kutzleb, formerly of Seaward, Inc., Steadfast provides underwater search expertise to customers on a worldwide basis. The Steadfast
—Free Brochure Available The new rasterscan 8600 ARPA manufactured by Krupp Atlas Elektronik has been given type approval by the U.K. Department of Transport following evaluation by the Admiralty Surface Weapons Establishment. One of the most advanced ARPAs now available,
American Hydromath Company of Germantown, N.Y., is the producer of LOADOSCOPE GP, a desktop general-purpose computer programmed to meet the needs of the marine industry in ship's cargo loading and business management, both shoreside and shipboard.
Racal Corporation recently announced the appointment of Adrian R. P. Day as president of Racal Marine, Inc. Racal Marine, a unit of the international Racal group, is a leading manufacturer and supplier of marine navigation systems, radar, positioning equipment and integrated ship systems.