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Burton Delivers 224-Foot Seiner, Sixth Of Seven Foir Van Camp

Burton Shipyard, Inc. of Port Arthur, Texas, recently delivered the 224-foot tuna vessel Lady Marion. The steel-hulled tuna purse seiner is the sixth of a seven-vessel contract awarded to Burton by Van Camp Sea Food Co., a division of Ralston Purina Co.

 

A.G.M.A. Elects Haley To Serve Three-Year Term On Board Of Directors

E. Ray Haley, president and director of engineering for Marine Gears, Inc., Greenville, Miss., was recently elected to serve a threeyear term on the board of directors of American Gear Manufacturer's Association (A.G.M.A.), headquartered in Alexandria, Va.

Gulf Fleet's 102nd Vessel Is Powered By EMD Diesels

Gulf Fleet Marine Corporation has accepted delivery of the Gulf Fleet No. 44 (shown above), a 190 by 40 by 14-foot towing' supply vessel. She was built in Houma, La., by Quality Shipyards, Inc., another Gulf Fleet company, and r e p r e s e n

Bethlehem Steel Christens Navy Oceanographic Survey Ship At Sparrows Point Shipyard

Also Dedicates New Drydock The USNS Maury, a sleek oceanographic survey ship nearing completion at Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Sparrows Point shipyard, was christened recently by Mrs. Dennis R. Shaw of Alexandria, Va. Mrs. Shaw, who, as the ship sponsor,

B&W To Supply Six Marine Boilers For Three Merchant Ships

National Steel & Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO) of San Diego, Calif., has ordered six two-drum Babcock & Wilcox marine boilers valued at approximately $1.4 million. According to a NASSCO spokesman, the boilers will be installed aboard three 38,

Arneson Marine Relocates Eastern Regional Office To North Miami Beach, Fla.

Arneson Marine, Inc. (AMI) of Corte Madera, Calif., a leader in surface piercing propulsion, recently announced the relocation of their Eastern regional office to North Miami Beach, Fla. AMI's new 4,800-square-foot facility is located at 2850 N.

Bird-Johnson Pneumatic Systems To Be Installed By PCE On 18 Navy LSTs

Propulsion Controls Engineering (PCE), San Diego, Calif., has received a contract for the installation of new pneumatic systems on 18 of the U.S. Navy's LST Class ships. PCE president John P. Reilly said the new contract calls for removal of the

Ship Operations Symposium And Exhibit To Be Held Sept. 23-25 In N.Y. City

A three-day International Symposium on Ship Operations (ISOSO) will be held at the Downtown Athletic Club in New York City September 23, 24, 25, 1980. This conference will examine the navigations, weather forecasting, and communications aspects in the maritime industry.

Halter Marine Christens Fourth Of Six Ocean Surveillance Ships In $85-Million Navy Contract

The U.S. Navy ship Capable was recently christened and launched at Halter Marine, Inc., Moss Point, Miss. She is the fourth of six identical ocean surveillance ships under construction at Halter for the Navy, with a total contract value of approximately $85 million.

James N. Miller Signs Swath Ocean Agreement

James N. Miller & Sons of St. Monans, Fife, Scotland, has signed an exclusive agreement with Swath Ocean International to build their range of small waterplane area twinhull (SWATH) vessels for the European market. Swath Ocean and Miller's also

 
 
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