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View of Eastern's Allanton yard, which was opened in 1981, showing Seahorse boats under construction.

Bailey Refrigeration Co., Inc.

Engineering, fabrication and installation of marine and industrial refrigeration and air conditioning systems. • Conversions, alterations, repairs. • Round-the-clock emergency service.

Bailey Distributors, Inc.

Complete line of refrigerators, air conditioners, freezers, water coolers, ice cubers, beverage units and related products for vessels of all sizes. • Full range of repair parts for Carrier, York, Tecumseh, Copeland, TVane, Kold-Draft, Danfoss controls, Stal and other domestic and foreign manufacturers. • Off-the-shelf delivery from East and

Gulf coast warehouses. • 220 page catalog available on request.

Bailey Carpenter & Insulation Co., Inc.

Construction and insulation of compartments for refrigerated stores and cargoes. • Advanced technology insulation and decking. • Complete marine woodworking service including nameboards, custom gratings, battens and doors, modernization of interiors. • Large inventory of teak and exotic hardwoods. • Immediate response, 24-hour service, customized services, voyage repairs.

Bailey Carpenter & Insulation can also supply you with all your Joiner needsl

Marine furnishings: all types of chairs, tables, cabinets, berths, lockers, shelving, work benches, etc. • Metal and fiberglass joiner doors. • Immediate delivery from inventory. Headquarters: crpnnra 74 Sullivan Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231 n S (212> 855-3958-Cable: BAILREFCO

Telex: 429547 BAILEY ™ Offices and Warehouses: ^ AVENEL, NJ 07001 2323 Randolph Avenue (201) 382-1225

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Telex: 441212 BAILEY

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Th&'TrKiity River, built for Transportation Resources of Houma, La. t/

Eastern Marine Delivers

Trinity River To Transportation Resources

Eastern Marine, Inc. of Pan- ama City, Fla., recently delivered the 166-foot supply vessel Trin- ity River to Transportation Re- sources, Inc. of Houma, La. The vessel, built at Eastern's ship- yard in Panama City, is the fourth of a five vessel package which includes the Leaf River,

Pine River, Roaring River, Trin- ity River and Tellico River.

The Trinity River has a 38- foot beam, a 13-foot depth, and a loaded draft of 11 feet. A clear deck cargo area of 110 by 28 feet can carry up to 550 long tons of cargo.

The vessel is powered by two

Detroit Diesel 16V-149 engines delivering a total of 1,800 hp.

The engines are fitted with Twin

Disc reduction gears and achieve a speed of over 12 knots. The

Trinity River is equipped with a Schottel model S-152L bow thruster driven by a Detroit Die- sel 8V-71 engine.

Electric service is provided by

Delco generators driven by GM 6-71 85-kw engines. Navigation equipment includes Furuno radar,

Stevens SSB, Cybernet Interna- tional VHF, Micrologics Loran C, and an Impulse depth indicator.

Eastern Marine is a growing company which has earned a rep- utation in recent years as a build- er of high quality vessels with exceptionally good workmanship.

The company opened their Pana- ma City shipyard in 1978. This 13-acre facility has over 1,300 feet of water frontage and is used primarily to construct me- dium to small sized boats. Fif- teen miles east of the Panama


Major Suppliers

Main Propulsion . . (2) Detroit Diesel

Reduction Gears Twin Disc

Propellers Columbian

Bearings Johnson Rubber

Generators Delco

Generator Engine GM

Panels Industrial Power Systems

Engine controls Kobelt

Engine monitors Int'l. Electronics

Steering Activation, Int'l.

Bow Thruster Schottel

Thruster Engine . Detroit Diesel

Pumps Peabody Barnes,

Mission Magnum

Fire Monitor Elkhart

Air Compressors . Ingersoll Rand

Searchlights Perko

Radar Furun

SSB Stevens

VHF Cybernet Int'l.

Loran C Micrologics

Depth Indicator Impulse Mfg.

Deck Cargo 550 Long Tons

Clear deck 110 by 28 feet

Fuel Oil 62,600 gallons

Lube Oil 2,552 gallons

Potable water 6,200 gallons

Drill water 120,700 gallons

Liquid mud 1,390 barrels

Anchors 2,000 lb. Danforth

Windlass HBL

Coatings Int'l. Paint

City yard, the company opened another shipyard in Allanton, in 1981. This facility is substantially larger and is used to construct larger vessels. It comprises 135 acres with more than 5,200 feet of water frontage.

In addition to the vessels for

Transportation Resources, East- ern Marine also contracted to build eight 192-foot anchor han- dling tug/supply vessels at the

Allanton yard for Seahorse Inc., of Morgan City, La. Four of these vessels have already been deliv- ered to the owner. One of them, the Long Beach Seahorse, is pic- tured in this article.

The Long Beach Seahorse shown during launching at Eastern Marine Allanton yard last year (See MR/EN 11/15/82 issue).

Vessels under construction at Eastern Marine's yard at Panama City, Fla

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