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Campbell Industries

Names Arthur Yeend

Arthur J. Yeend

Arthur J. Yeend has been named assistant to the president of Campbell Industries, San Di- ego, Calif. 92112, with primary responsibilities in the area of de- velopment and improvements in the company's fishing vessel con- struction programs.

Although he has been absent for a few years, Mr. Yeend is no stranger to the San Diego water- front. He previously worked a total of 14 years for San Diego

Marine Construction Corp., a

Campbell subsidiary, heading up that shipyard as general manager when last with the firm. He has since managed the construction of a shipyard in Mexico, and served as president and chief op- erating officer for Trident Fisher- ies Group.

In his new role, it is anticipated that Mr. Yeend will contribute greatly to the future of Campbell

Industries, drawing on his vast experience in the shipbuilding and fishing industries.

Peterson Awarded

Contract To Build

Fireboat For Detroit

Peterson Builders, Inc. of Stur- geon Bay, Wis., has been awarded a contract with the City of De- troit to construct and deliver a 77-foot high-speed aluminum fire- boat. The hull of the vessel, spe- cially designed for operation in the ice-filled waters of the Detroit

River and the surrounding Sea- way, will be about 78 feet long, 22 feet wide and 9 feet deep with a draft of less than 6 feet. The boat is designed for a speed of over 20 knots, and with all four fire pumps in operation can de- liver 9,700 gallons per minute.

Included in the firefighting gear on the boat are four, 4-inch deluge monitors and a 50-foot telescoping ladder tower which enables the vessel's captain to direct water down into burning ships or on shoreside installa- tions ; the ladder on the telescop- ing tower also permits access to and evacuation from waterfront buildings or ships. A foam system enables it to fight petroleum fires.

Unique features of the craft are stern propulsion jets and bow thruster nozzles which operate from the fire main. This feature enables the fire pump engines to augment the main engines and propellers, giving an additional speed boost to the craft in dash responses to fire calls. The bow thruster nozzles are of great ben- efit when maneuvering in close quarters.

Three of the vessel's pumps de- liver firefighting water at a pres- sure of 150 pounds per square inch; but a fourth pump, driven from one main propulsion engine, is rated at 400 pounds per square inch. This high pressure is nec- essary to provide protection to some of the towering buildings along Detroit's recently rebuilt waterfront.

Electrical power will be fur- nished by two 50-kw diesel gen- erator sets. All of the propulsion and generating engines, appro- priately, will be Detroit Diesel and include 12V-149 propulsion engines, 12V-71 main pump en- gines and model 3-71 generators.

The contract design of the ves- sel was prepared by John W. Gil- bert Associates, Inc. of Boston,

Mass., designers of several suc- cessful fireboats constructed in recent years.

The new vessel adds further to

PBI's aluminum building diver- sity, and supplements current contracts for construction of 50- foot and 65-foot aluminum patrol boats and 190-foot gunboats.

Propeller Club Announces

Students Essay Contest

The Propeller Club of the

United States has announced its 43rd Harold Harding Annual Mar- itime Essay Contest for High

School Students, and its Second

National Maritime Essay Con- test for College Students.

Capt. Robert E. Hart, presi- dent of The Propeller Club Port of New York, stated that the

Honorable John M. Murphy,

Chairman of the House Merchant

Marine Fisheries Committee, is honorary chairman for the Port

Committee, and that Prof. Lester

A. Dutcher, chairman, Depart- ment of Marine Transportation,

State University of New York

Maritime College, is the general chairman of the committee.

In addition to increasing public awareness of the maritime indus- try and its importance to our na- tion, the objective of the essay contest is to stimulate interest in career opportunities in the United

States merchant marine. Prizes at the high school level include voyages aboard United States- flag vessels. At the college level, cash prizes totaling $1,400 will be awarded. The contest concludes on March 1, 1978.

For further information, con- tact Professor Dutcher at the

State University of New York

Maritime College, Fort Schuyler,

Bronx, N.Y. 10415.




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