Gladding-Hearn starts construction of Circle Line newbuilds; Strategic delivers advanced wind farm crew transfer cat

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Gladding-Hearn starts construction of Circle Line newbuilds
March 31, 2015—Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation, recently began construction of the first of three new sightseeing vessels for New York City’s Circle Line Sightseeing Yachts, Inc. Delivery of the first new vessel is scheduled for 2016. The new 600-passenger all-steel vessels will measure 165 feet in length, with a 34-foot beam and a 22.6-foot air-draft, enabling them to pass under the low bridges on the Harlem River.

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Strategic delivers advanced wind farm crew transfer cat
The vessel is the first of four 26 m StratCat design crew vessels on order at Triyards subsidiary Strategic Marine that promises to deliver new levels of operational capability and comfort.

Ingalls launches John Finn (DDG 113)
John Finn is the 63rd Arleigh Burke (DDG 51) class destroyer, and the first of the DDG 51 Flight IIA restart ships.

IMO panel learns more about Viking’s LifeCraft concept
Self-propelled, with four battery-powered electrical motors, one at each corner, each survival craft unit is fully equipped as a lifeboat, with a fire retardant canopy and a simple steering system that offers a high degree of maneuverability.
Stena Germanica back in service, burning methanol
Following a conversion in the Remontowa shipyard, Poland, Stena Line’s Stena Germanica is now back in service between Kiel, Germany, and Gothenburg, Sweden, as the world’s first methanol fueled ferry.

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