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Pertamina 1020 Delivered

By Hitachi Zosen

The 17,723-dwt product carrier Pertamina 1020 was delivered recently to her owner,

Scorpa Pranedya Navigation, Inc. of Liberia.

The ship was constructed at the Hiroshima

Works (Innoshima) of Hitachi Zosen.

The Pertamina 1020 (shown above) is the first of two product carriers of the same type to be constructed at the Hiroshima

Works for use in the transportation of re- fined petroleum products between Indone- sian ports and harbors.

The tank arrangement conforms to con- ventional requirements applicable to separate ballast oil tankers for the prevention of ocean pollution. In addition, the interior walls of the cargo oil tanks and all inside fittings are coated with epoxy resin paint to prevent the inclusion of interior rust and paint in the product during transportation.

The Pertamina specifications are: length overall, 158 meters (about 518 feet) ; length between perpendiculars, 150 meters (about 492 feet) : breadth, 25.80 meters (85 feet) ; depth, 10.80 meters (35 feet) ; designed full load draft, 7 meters (about 23 feet) ; gross tonnage, 10,882 (30,827 cubic meters) ; dead- weight tonnage, 17,723 long tons; main en- gine-, Hitachi B&W 7L45GFC type diesel (1 set) ; maximum continuous output, 6,160 hp; and speed (sea trial maximum), 14.22 knots.

William Meldrum Jr. Named

General Manager Of Lorain Yard 3y American Ship Building

William Meldrum Jr. has been named gen- eral manager of the Lorain shipyard of

AmShip Division of The American Ship

Building Company, Cleveland, Ohio.

Mr. Meldrum. who retired as general manager in 1977 from Fraser Shipyards,

Inc., Superior, Wis., had previously been

General Ship and Engineering Work's hull foreman. Earlier, he had been supervisor of ship repair at Bethlehem Shipbuilding Com- pany. He had previously served with AmShip in various capacities. Early in his career, he was employed by General Ship as boiler- maker, hull fitter and foreman of building boilers, patrol craft escorts and ferryboats.

Mr. Meldrum is a native of New Castle,

England, and attended school in Lowell, Mass.

Broughton Will Build

A $23-Million Jackup

At Bethlehem Beaumont

Artist's conception of new "Broughton II"

Carlos Broughton, president of Broughton

Offshore Drilling, Inc., Houston, Texas, an- nounced the signing of a contract with

Bethlehem Steel Corporation for the con- struction of a heavy-duty cantilever jackup rig capable of drilling 30,000-foot wells in water depths ranging from 100 feet to as shallow as 10 feet.

The $23,000,000 unit is the Bethlehem

JU-100MC design, and is a duplicate to the "Broughton I" rig also under construction at

Beaumont, Texas, with a contract delivery date of January 1980.

This second unit, to be named "Broughton

II," is scheduled for delivery in February 1981 at Beaumont, and is available for con- tract.



A CAPTAIN'S NERVES; ... C. F. Jallorina, Master of the M/S MAYON was de- scribing his ship's newly installed Magnavox Satellite

Navigator MX 1142. "Now I'm always certain of my ship's position despite fog or bad weather and the safety en- hancement is a prime concern!' Captain Jallorina added. "Fuel savings by way of navigation efficiencies pay for this automatic Sat-Nav in a short time',' said Paul

Hibbert, Service Manager of COLLINS MARINE COR-

PORATION, San Francisco.

He commented that the officers of the MAYON under- stood the automatic navigation features of Magnavox

MX 1142 within an hour. They had become experts in its manual computations and maintenance within the day it was installed, he remarked.

Mr. Hibbert noted that the new owner-operators of the MAYON, Maritime Company of the Philippines,

Manila, have had six other of their world-wide fleet of vessels outfitted by COLLINS with new navigation equipment in recent months.The same Magnavox Sat-

Navs were installed in the line's carriers: ANTIPOLO,


RIZAL. • • • *

The photos show Captain Jallorina (at top) describ- ing the operating advantages of the MX 1142. Center photo depicts Paul Hibbert instructing the MAYON's

Chief Mate. Cesar S. Oro and Second Mate, Publicito

C. Bernas, in course computations.

Tom Collins, president of COLLINS MARINE COR-

PORATION (not shown) said that the Magnavox equip- ment, including antenna can usually be installed in a day by his technicians at Collins locations in San

Francisco, San Pedro and Seattle.

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