—Free Literature O f f e r e d— With its first installation in the GTS Admiral Wm. M. Callaghan, a RO/RO cargo ship in 1969, the General Electric LM2500 marine gas turbine has been a favorite selection for naval ship propulsion. Powering ships
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.
Literature Available Two major European engine manufacturers, KHD, Klockner-Humboldt- Deutz AG of Cologne, and MWM, Motoren-Werke Mannheim AG of Mannheim, have merged to form Deutz/MWM. The new diesel engine group will offer one of the broadest power ranges of engines in the world.
Bragging rights for the title of most prolific cruise ship builder has lately centered on Italy and Finland, Fincantieri and Kvaerner Masa Yards to be exact. While the Italian contingency has pulled ahead of late, the Finnish shipyard located in
The Galbraith-Pilot Marine Division of Marine Electric RPD, Inc., 166 National Road, Edison, N.J., has introduced a lube Oil Pump Emergency Power Source to assure protection of ship propulsion machinery after a'power interruption. The emergency
A new concept for powering large passenger vessels, the combined diesel-electric and diesel-mechanical (CODED) system, is the latest outcome of a broader co-operation between leading lights in the Finnish maritime industries. CODED has been developed
— I m p r o v e d C y l i n d e r A n d C r a n k c a s e O i l s— The trend toward upgrading output and efficiency of marine diesel engines, as well as improving their ability to burn heavy residual fuels with high sulfur content, has placed increasing
A colorful brochure describing the new Galbraith-Pilot Marine "Packaged System Concept" in Marine Diesel Engine Automation Systems for ACC & ACCU operations is available from Marine Electric RPD Inc. The Galbraith-Pilot Marine Automation Systems
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
The Falk Corporation and Zahnraderfabrik Renk of Augsburg, West Germany, have signed a license agreement that grants Falk the exclusive sales and manufacturing rights in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico for Renk Marine Reversing Gear Drives. These drives,