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N.Y. SNAME Section Hosts Port Engineers And Institute Of Marine Engineers At Technical Meeting

The New York Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers recently served as host at a joint meeting with The Society of Marine Port Engineers New York, N.Y. Inc. and the local section of The Institute of Marine Engineers.

 

Atlantic Marine Delivers Unusual Tug To Lago Oil To Handle VLCCs At Aruba

Atlantic Marine, Inc., recently delivered a very special multipurpose tug, the Esso Santa Cruz, to Lago Oil and Transport Company, Limited of Aruba, Netherlands Antilles, an Exxon affiliate. The $4-million tug was built to stop and help maneuver to and from dockside VLCCs up to 400,

New Surface Cleaning Process Saves Navy On Maintenance

The paint department at Pascagoula, Miss.-based Ingalls Shipbuilding has developed an innovative method of accomplishing business in surface preparation and painting process — saving the U.S. Navy on ship upkeep and maintenance. The main premise

SNAME San Diego Section Hears Paper On Sheathing Hulls With Copper-Nickel

The San Diego Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers gathered recently at the Harbor House to hear a paper by D.W. Czimmek and L.W. Sandor titled, "Economic and Technical Feasibility of Copper-Nickel Sheathing of Ship Hulls.

Maryland Yard Wins Major Steel Tunnel Fabrication Job

Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Maryland yard, Bethship-Sparrows Point, has signed a letter of intent with Morrison Knudsen to build the tunnel sections for the new thirdtunnel to be installed under Boston Harbor. The job will require 35 million pounds of steel.

 
 
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