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We've raised our sights again ^ with 3 new tugs to give you better service.

Pilot houses that elevate on command raise height-of-eye to as much as 45 feet, to bring unprecedented visibility to three new 4290-hp supertugs being added to the McAllister fleet.

They'll feature, too, the superb maneuverability of the twin-screw Kort nozzle flanking rudder steering and propulsion system, already proved in other McAllister vessels and hailed by authorities as the optimum system for a docking tug.

Most powerful and maneuverable in New York Harbor, the three new vessels are part of our continuing expansion program to keep | the McAllister fleet well in front of the grow- ing need for greater power and efficiency 1 in towing and docking operations. ,

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New York, N Y. 10004. (212) 269-3200. Hiy H H U BTTP W*

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