Tuesday, October 25, 2016


RV Meen Shandhani (Photo: Photos: IMC/Bangladesh Department of Fisheries)

FRV for Bangladesh

Navigation. Its steel hull has a molded beam of 9.2m, depth of 4.6m and  design draft of 3.3m corresponding to a deadweight of just over 194 tons. It is expected to commence extensive fisheries resource surveys in the Bay of Bengal.     (As published in the October 2016 edition of Marine Technology Reporter

(Credit: James Delgado Collection)

View from the Top: Dr. James Delgado, NOAA Director of Maritime Heritage

March 25, 1921 bound for Pearl Harbor, Hawaii had vanished without a trace.   Fast forward to March 23, 2016. NOAA (National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration) revealed to worldwide media that the wreck had finally been found – almost by accident – in the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary in California. The announcement was made after several family members of the captain and crew had been personally notified – a job Dr. James Delgado, NOAA’s director of maritime heritage and his colleagues, take very seriously.   Just a week earlier, arriving at the house

Image: Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding

New Fisheries Research Vessel for Angola

, pelagic and demersal trawling, plankton, water, environmental and geographical sampling, oil recovery and emergency towage operations.   KONGSBERG’s delivery is focused on design, engineering, equipment, material and services for the Integrated Bridge System, Dynamic Positioning System, marine ecosystem monitoring and seabed mapping. The contract was awarded based on KONGSBERG’s well proven ability to deliver state-of-the-art integrated systems for research vessels, which provide efficiency and performance benefits in both vessel operational and scientific applications.   

INIDEP vessel (Credit Astilleros Armon Vigo SA)

Marine Ecosystem Assessment Solution for Research Ship

Argentina’s National Institute of Fisheries Research and Development (INIDEP) has selected an extensive suite of Simrad marine ecosystem assessment technology from Kongsberg Maritime for installation aboard its new oceanographic and fishing research vessel.   Currently under construction at Spanish yard Astilleros Armon Vigo SA and due for delivery mid-2017, the new 52m research ship will be built as a silent vessel, which combined with the advanced Simrad marine ecosystem package will enable highly accurate survey results for Argentinian scientists. The combination of acoustic systems

Emily MacPherson (Photo: MetOcean)

MTR100: MetOcean Data Systems

; 21 Thornhill Drive, Dartmouth, NS, Canada B3B 1R9 Phone: 902-468-2505 Email: [email protected] www.metocean.com CEO/President: Tony Chedrawy Number of Employees: 54 Annual Sales: $15m Sales Manager: Emily MacPherson     (As published in the July/August 2016 MTR100 edition of Marine Technology Reporter

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