A Report On The 89th Annual Meeting A series of extremely interesting technical papers, a banquet, dinner-dance, and the presenting of traditional awards were the hallmarks of the 89th annual meeting of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine
The AWO regulatory program has as its cardinal objective the promotion of a stable and reasoned regulatory environment for domestic marine transportation. The objective is best achieved through the Association's pursuit of compelling analysis and effective advocacy,
Donald M. Surgenor has been appointed vice president and general manager of Nickum & Spaulding Associates, Seattle, with the retirement of Harry Hofmann, according to Philip F. Spaulding, president. The appointment is step one in an internal reorganization plan
Planning Research Corporation (PRC) Marine Systems Division, 1850 K Street N.W., International Square, Washington, D.C. 20006, will team with Morris Guralnick Associates, Inc. in a $500,000 project to provide planning and engineering s e r v i c e s f o r the U.
The Shipbuilders' Association of Japan recently elected new managing directors. Dr. Hisashi Shinto, president of IHI (Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.), became president of the Association, while Gakuji Moriya, president of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
The South Korean government plans to build its own 10,000-gt semisubmersible offshore drilling unit for oil exploration at a cost of $80 million. The order will be placed, probably at a domestic yard, in time for delivery in 1983. Previously the government intended to lease rigs,
The U.K.'s Yarrow Shipbuilders recently won an order to build three more Type-23 frigates for the Royal Navy. The order for a fourth ship will be held over until next year when another batch of new vessels will be announced. Each ship is about