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Drydock while-u-waif

You can't always avoid the queues for VLCC loading berths in the busy Gulf terminals. But waiting time doesn't have to be wasted time—not if you slip your vessel into ASRY's 500,000

DWT Bahrain drydock for cleaning, repair and repaint.

You'll get swift and efficient attention from highly trained operatives. Top international standards of service and technology including the latest in mechanised washing, gritblasting and painting equipment. The expert backing of the Lisnaveteam. And competitive pricing into the bargain.

If you're heading up the Gulf, you won't go more than a few miles out of your way. And you needn't take any time at all out of your schedule.

If you'd like to know more about ASRY services available from late 77... don't wait. Contact any one of our agents now.

ASRY PO Box 5110, Manama, Bahrain, Arabian Guir.

Telephone: Bahrain 22277

Telex: 8455 ASRY GJ. Cables: ASRY

ASRYMAR, 17 Waterloo Place, London SW1Y 4AR, England.

Telephone: 01-9308565/6.

Telex: 918482 ASRYMR G LONDON. wiHU


Benelux: Euro Shipbuilders & Marine Agencies BY (ESMA). Brazil: Sonave S.A. — Comercio E Industria Denmark: Aktieselskabei Maritime Agency

France: Bigard le Grand S.A. Germany: Wilhelm Schmidt. Ingenieur-Dock-Werftburo Greece: N. Bogdanos Marine Bureau Hong Kong: Island Navigation Corp. Ltd.

Italy, Monte Carlo, Switzerland: Agenzia Marittima Cambiaso Risso S.p.A Japan: Nissho-lwai Co Ltd Norway: Henning Astrup A/S

Spain: Fernando de Azqueta Bernar Sweden/Finland: A B August Letfler & Son U.K.: Keller Bryant & Co Ltd U.S.A.: Bethlehem Steel Corporation

Bahrain-Miles better for VLCC repairs 6 Maritime Reporter/Engineering • News

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