communications

Halter Marine Delivers Crewboat For Service In Arabian Gulf

A new offshore crewboat, eighth in a series built for the same owner, has been delivered by Halter Marine Services, Inc., Chalmette (La.) Division, to Gray Mackenzie and Company, Ltd., Bahrain. The new vessel is the Grayflier, a 78-foot crewboat whose home port will be Dubai.

 

SeaWave Family Designed for Ease of Use

SeaWave LLC's family of products include voice and data marine communications, weather, tracking and billing. SeaWave Integrator 3.0 and SeaWave Navigator 2.0, the core of the marine communications suite, include both hardware and Microsoft Windows-based software.

Selective Calling System Saves Time For Oceangoing Tankers And River Vessels

A new selective calling system is helping AMOCO solve the problem of putting marine radiotelephone calls through promptly to its fleet of vessels scattered around the world. On the inland waterways, barge owners are using the same system to dial

Fireboat Gulf Fleet No. 40— 100th Vessel Joins A Growing Fleet

Gulf Fleet Marine Corporation demonstrated its powerful new fireboat recently at the Poydras Street wharf in New Orleans. Named Gulf Fleet No. 40, the new boat is the 100th vessel to join Gulf Fleet Marine's growing fleet of tugs, towing/supply vessels,

Raytheon Marine Names John Scott Marketing And Sales Manager, Europe

Raytheon Marine Company has appointed John Scott marketing sales manager of its marine electronics for pleasure, fishing, and light commercial craft in Europe. Products include radars, lorans, radiotelephones, depth indicators and recorders, color fish-finders,

Sperry Marine Systems Plans To Acquire Navidyne

Sperry has announced that it in tends to acquire the assets of Navidyne Corporation of Newport News. Va. Navidyne develops, sells, services, and operates marine electronic navigation and communications systems. The firm had 1983 sales of approximately $5 million.

 
 
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