Page 10: of Maritime Reporter Magazine (May 1980)

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Send us your tii Your battered and 1 your liners, your VLCC

We're the Portland Ship Repair Yard. And we offer you services and facilities you won't find at any other West Coast port.

First of all, our dry docks can handle any size ship, from tug to VLCC. The Port of Portland's Dry

Dock 4 is the largest on the West Coast. It's the only

Coast facility that can handle the entire Alaskan crude fleet. In all, we have 4 dry docks—for ships up to 275,000 dwt. No West Coast ship is too big or too small for us.

Second, we don't waste your time. Reserve dry dock time now—select a contractor, negotiate or get two or three competitive bids, even after you're up on blocks. You're assured of superior work because ships are serviced by any one of three nationally re- nowned companies: Dillingham Ship Repair, North- west Marine Iron Works, and Willamette Iron and

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