The well-known Bering Sea crabber ‘Cornelia Marie’ from the Discovery channel’s Deadliest Catch, has undergone a Cummins repower and a revamp courtesy of its new owners.
A new, unnamed vessel will be trawling for scrap metal, old tires and any other scrap at the site of a decommissioned oil rig.
The Brodarski Institute, a Croatian institute of maritime technologies, has recently designed BIOS 2 - a new research ship for the Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries in Split.
Millennium Marine has recently delivered crabber Pacific Rival to Chad Dahlberg from Half Moon Bay, California.
No doubt the truest testament to the success of a vessel is the building of a sister ship - that has recently been demonstrated by the owners of the Porto Belo I that was launched in May 2008.
On many older boats from the UK to Canada, and from Thailand to Hong Kong the deep purr of a well-tuned Gardner diesel wakens fond memories for many mariners. But when the British firm discontinued volume production of its standard engines in the early 1990s mariners had to choose another manufacturer to meet their expectations for quality.
The world's largest well-boat has joined the fleet of Norwegian company Rostein AS.
Cummins Inc. has received a statement of compliance from the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) certifying the QSK60 HPI auxiliary engine to IMO Tier II emissions standards.
S-66 Heidi was recently delivered to Ditlefsen Fiskeriselskap AS from Brønnøysund in Norway by Seigla Ehf.
At Nor-Shipping 2009, held in Oslo, Norway, Cummins Inc. showcased its EPA Tier 2 certified and IMO Tier II compliant Quantum System 50l engine - the first time a QSK50 has been publicly exhibited in Scandinavia.
The reliable Cummins six-cyliner in-line marine diesel is among the most popular engine on commercial fishing boats from Seattle’s classic long line halibut schooners to Gulf of Mexico Shrimpers.
Cummins Inc. has upgraded the QSK60 marine engine for propulsion and auxiliary applications to meet US EPA Tier 2 and European Union Stage IIIA emissions regulations.
The latest completion by Macduff Shipyards Limited is the Rebecca for skipper Adam Tait, who operates through Westward Fishing Company in the UK.
At the end of May, the shipyard Astillero Naval Federico Contessi y Cia. S.A. christened and launched a new coastal fishing vessel.
The R/V "Lake Guardian" (ex "Marsea XIV") is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's largest research and monitoring vessel, and is operated by EPA's Chicago-based Great Lakes National Program Office.
The port of Mar del Plata, located about 400 km south of Buenos Aires, has a long history as a centre for commercial fishing.
P.S.P. Marine of Samutsakhon, just west of Bangkok, has recently signed a contract to build the first of what may become a series of freezer barges to be stationed in the Maldives.
Iceland’s Trefjar Ltd, builder of the Cleopatra Range of fast fishing, charter angling, harbour launches, survey vessels and general workboats, has signed an exclusive agreement with Devon-based WaterMota Ltd to look after its interests in the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
WaterMota Ltd, with their main Scottish dealer, Morrison Engineering of Skye and Marine Mechanical Services from Co Down in Northern Ireland will be exhibiting on stand A1 at Fishing 2002 in Glasgow in April.
Alfa Laval has thought about the environment with its latest two machines.
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