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Thomas M a r i n e Delivers 24-Foot Survey Boat To N . Y . - N J . Port Authority

Thomas Marine, Inc. of Patchogue, N.Y., recently delivered a 24-foot survey boat to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The boat will be used to survey ship slips, take soundings, and monitor dredging operations in the N.Y.-N.J. harbor.

 

Zapata Orders Three Rigs Costing $105 Million

Zapata Corporation, Houston, Texas, announced recently that it has signed contracts for the construction of three new jackup rigs for its offshore drilling fleet in two Singapore shipyards. The company said the U.S.-flag rigs will be owned and operated by Zapata Off-Shore Company,

Marathon Delivers Jackup Rig For China

In early January, Marathon Manufacturing Company's Republic of Singapore yard delivered the first of two jackup rigs ordered by the China National Machinery Import and Export Corporation. The People's Republic of China rig, Pohai VIII, was originally

Largest Cruise Liner Ever Built At Finnyards Delivered To Sally Line

The "reborn" 525-foot-long Sally Albatross, the largest cruise liner ever built at Finnyards Ltd., the Finnish shipbuilder, was recently delivered to Finnish owner Oy Sally Line Ab of Helsinki. Through a unique approach, the submerged part of the previous Sally Albatross,

Trinity Marine Awarded $31.2 Million Contract By U.S. Army To Build Two LSVs For Philippines Navy

Trinity Industries, Inc., subsidiary Halter Marine, Inc., was recently awarded a $31.2 million contract by the U.S. Army to build two, 273-foot logistics support vessels (LSV) for use by the Philippines Navy. The contract also includes an option

Ameron Div. Announces Nationwide Appointments

Ameron Protective Coatings Division of Brea, Calif., recently announced the appointment of engineering, sales and manufacturer's representatives on a national basis. Robert R. McMurchy, marketing manager of the firm's Southwest Region, announced

Buenos Aires And Manila Added To ABS Network Of Technical Offices

The Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Manila, Philippines offices of the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) have been designated Technical Offices, and now provide hull plan approval services in addition to field surveying. The addition of the two offices brings

Drill Rig Commissioned At Bethlehem-Beaumont

Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Beaumont, Texas, shipyard and Houston Offshore International, Inc., recently commissioned the second offshore drilling rig built by Bethlehem for this Houstonbased drilling contractor. The rig is the Sabine I I ; Mrs.

Top Management Changes Announced By Lockheed

Election of G. Graham Whipple to the position of group vice president was announced recently by Lawrence O. Kitchen, president and chief operating officer of Lockheed Corporation. Mr. Kitchen said Mr. Whipple, formerly president of Lockheed S

Sudoimport Orders Jacket-Launching Barge From Blohm & Voss AG

Representatives of Blohm & Voss AG, Hamburg, West Germany, signed a contract in Moscow recently with the Soviet foreign trade organization, Sudoimport, for the design, construction, and delivery of a special service vessel for the USSR's Ministry of the Gas Industry.

 
 
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