MARINE ENGINES NEWS April 2013
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MARINE ENGINES NEWS April 2013
Marine Engines (and vessels) technology, regulation and economy news
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Maritime Journal - New Hyundai SeasAll engine debut at Seawork

Maritime Journal - New Hyundai SeasAll engine debut at Seawork | MARINE ENGINES NEWS April 2013 | Scoop.it
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Hyundai SeasAll has plans for several new products to be launched over the next 18 months, starting with the L500 12.7 litre six cylinder engine, rated for uninterrupted and unlimited use at full power.

The Hyundai’s new SeasAll L – Series Electronic Unit Injection system delivers 500 PS and 232kg/m of torque from the 12.7 litre in-line 6 cylinder engine

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Maritime Journal - Dutch explore LNG as short sea fuel

Maritime Journal - Dutch explore LNG as short sea fuel | MARINE ENGINES NEWS April 2013 | Scoop.it
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A consortium of international maritime companies is investigating the possibilities for LNG as a transport fuel in short sea shipping.

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World Fishing - New trawler delivered to France

World Fishing - New trawler delivered to France | MARINE ENGINES NEWS April 2013 | Scoop.it
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French fishing cooperative Armement Coopératif Artisanal Vendéen (ACAV) has taken delivery of a new trawler, Cayola

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LOA: 21.90mWidth: 7.30mCrew: 7 personsHold capacity: 50m3Speed: 10.5 knots approx.Propulsion: 2 x 6W126M BAUDOUIN 191 kilowatts


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The Motorship - Good news for maritime sector in next 17 years

The Motorship - Good news for maritime sector in next 17 years | MARINE ENGINES NEWS April 2013 | Scoop.it
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A report issued by Lloyd’s Register, Qinetiq and Strathclyde University indicates strong growth for the maritime sector in the years up to 2030 and an even bigger role for China in the maritime world.

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