Deutz MWM Diesel Engine Series Offer Distinct Advantages For Passenger Boat Propulsion

—Detailed Literature Available— The trade name Deutz MWM not only represents medium and large diesel engines for the marine market, but also compact, high-speed units covering lower power ranges. The range of Deutz MWM passenger boat propulsion engines includes extremely compact,


Cummins-Powered Paddlewheeler Delivered By Superior Boat Works

The Henrietta II, a 85-foot by 26- foot passenger vessel built by Superior Boat Works of Greenville, Miss., is now offering sightseeing luncheon and dinner cruises on the Cape Fear River near Wilmington, N.C. The vessel is homeported in Wilmington and is owned by Cape Fear Riverboats, Inc.

ZF Introduces New Series Of Economical High-Horsepower Marine Transmissions

Two new series of economical, high-horsepower-capacity, light-al- loy marine transmissions have been introduced by ZF of North America. The IRM 41 series and IRM 50 series marine transmissions are rated for light- and medium-duty and pleasure craft duty cycles for diesel engines,

Wtirtsilti Delivers Advanced Icebreaker To Finnish Board Of Navigation

The icebreaker Otso (shown), ordered in March 1984 by the Finnish Board of Navigation, was delivered recently by Wartsila's Helsinki Shipyard. She is the first of two technologically advanced icebreakers of a new type. The second vessel was ordered

Soviet Union Orders Nine ACVs From Wartsila Helsinki Yard

A contract for nine air cushion vehicles (ACV) was signed in Moscow recently between V/O Sudoimport and Wartsila of Finland. The ACVs, which represent a new line of production for the shipyard, are based on a Soviet license and on long-term product development work at Wartsila.

Three R Trusts Requests Title XI To Construct Tug/Supply Vessel

Three R Trusts, Post Office Box 1168, Galveston, Texas, has applied for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing the construction of one twin-screw tug/supply vessel. The applicant, owner of three vessels, consists of trusts established by Robert L.

Sea-Fab Building Two Oil Skimmers For California Co-Op

Pascagoula, Miss., shipyard of Sea Fab, Inc., is building two oil skimmers for the California cooperative Clean Coastal Waters, Inc. of Long Beach Scheduled for a July 1992 delivery, the 100-foot skimmers were designed by Grant & Grant Enterprises of Wilmington, Calif.

Barco's '88-89 Catalog Of Impellers Includes 2 New Elastomer Cam/Pumpliners

The new 1988-89 catalog of impellers, published by Barco Corporation of Tampa, Fla., includes two new elastomer Cam/Pumpliners. According to the company, the Barco elastomer products are extremely resistant to sand abrasion and friction caused by dry running.

Caterpillar Tractor Co. Renamed Caterpillar Inc.

Caterpillar Tractor Company, headquartered in Peoria, 111., recently became Caterpillar Inc. following approval of the name at the annual meeting. Also, the company's state of incorporation has been changed from California to Delaware as a result of the shareholders' action.

New Marine Systems Brochure From Waukesha Motor

A full-color 20-page illustrated brochure covering the Waukesha line of marine diesel-powered energy systems for both main propulsion and ship's service power is offered by Waukesha Motor Company. This publication is intended as a guide or reference

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