In response to the constant demand for improved performance and increased efficiency from vessel operators, a number of marine diesel manufacturers have either upgraded their existing engines, expanded current series or developed entirely new models.
Walking into Bob Dickinson's spacious office at Carnival Corp. 's Miami, Fla. headquarters, one would be shocked to hear that he isn't in the cruise business to make money. Many executives would be eager to find out how the president of the world's
Oy Wartsila AB Turku Shipyards, Finland, has delivered the gas tanker Paramacay to Maraven S.A. of Venezuela. The vessel and its accommodations were designed for tropical conditions. It is equipped with four tanks with a total volume of 14,000 cubic meters.
A recent joint meeting of the New York Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, the Eastern U.SA. Branch of the Institute of Marine Engineers, and The Society of Marine Port Engineers New York heard a paper titled,
Wartsila and Marioff, agreed earlier this year to cooperate within the area of emission control technologies for reciprocating engines. Marioff is a specialist in creating humidity, while Wartsila needs humidity for reduction of NOx in diesel, and perhaps gas engines.
High-powered maneuvering systems and larger logistical features incorporated into today's new generation of cruise ships are causing seaports to take a close look at the infrastructures with which they are serving the industry. Management considerations
Plans are moving ahead quickly for the Thirty-Sixth Annual Technical Conference of the Canadian Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing Association to be held at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal, Quebec on February 14, 1984. The Annual Technical Conference,
Coral Princess' propulsion system is the first in the cruise industry to fully utilize a new development of the diesel engine known as an EnviroEngine, as well as the first in the Princess fleet to incorporate gas turbine power generation. This
Wartsila Corporation will deliver four Wartsila 46 EnviroEngines totaling 67.2 MW power output for Cunard Line's new luxury transatlantic liner, Queen Mary 2. These engines will incorporate the latest common-rail fuel injection technology for operation without any visible smoke.
—Brochures Offered In other to standardize the names of the Wartsila Diesel production units and sales companies, the following changes have been made: The new official name of the Turku Diesel Works is Oy Wartsila Ab Turku Factory, and the new name of Nohab Diesel AB i Trollhattan,