Fuel savings and European unity

A new introduction in November 1962 was this high speed diesel engine from Rolls-Royce, rated 600bhp at 1,500rpm

In 1962, fuel economy and general ship efficiency was rather less of an issue than it is today. Nonetheless, ship owners and designers wanting to save a bit of cash were looking at ways to cut fuel bills.

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