March 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

Decca Survey Overseas Expanding Services In Arabian Gulf Area

Decca Survey Overseas Limited, England, has announced that the firm is now providing full marine consultancy services in the Arabian Gulf area through its Bahrain office. This service is designed to meet the requirements of clients in this area who may not have the appropriate expertise available within their own organizations. The service will be operated in conjunction with the Marine Planning Division of Decca Survey Ltd.

The Marine Planning Division of Decca Survey Ltd. is headed by Capt. Roy K. Nicholls, who joined Decca two years ago as manager of the Euroshelf Planning and Development Division after nearly 30 years of marine service with Shell International Petroleum Ltd.

Professional advice in the Arabian Gulf area will cover all phases of vessel operation within port areas, terminals and mooring systems, including monobuoys.

Full information on this new service may be obtained from Capt. R.K. Nicholls, Marine Planning Division, Decca Survey Ltd., Kingston Road, Leatherhead, Surrey, England, or M.H. Prestwood, Decca Survey Overseas, Limited, P.O. Box 1068, Bahrain.

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