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Designers & Planners Sold—Names

Four To Top Management Posts

Ship Design Division; and vice president and manager of the Washington area branch.

Until his recent appointment at D&P, Mr.

Feridun K. Serim Wolfgang Reuter John A. Malagraph Monroe Levy

Designers & Planners, Inc., was purchased recently by Seatech Industries, Inc. from

Todd Shipyards Corporation. The new Board of Directors of the firm has named Feridun

K. Serim, Wolfgang Reuter, and Monroe

Levy as the new senior controlling officers.

Mr. Serim becomes president and Mr. Reuter executive vice president; Mr. Levy, one of the original founders of D&P in 1953, con- tinues on as vice president in charge of the

Galveston operations.

John A. Malagraph has been named cor- porate treasurer, and William Mancini was promoted to the position of technical direc- tor of New York operations. Wallace Hogan continues in the capacity of assistant vice president, and will assist Mr. Levy in the operations of the Galveston office.

Roth Mr. Serim and Mr. Reuter will oper- ate out of the D&P office in Arlington, Va.

Prior to joining D&P, Mr. Serim held var- ious positions with M. Rosenblatt & Son,

Inc., including vice president and technical director; vice president and manager, Basic

Reuter served as the director of the Naval

Architecture Division of the Naval Sea Sys- tems Command in Washington, D.C. At the

Advanced Marine Technical Division of Lit- ton Industries, he worked on the design of the new Pascagoula shipyard in connection with the design of the FDL ship.

Mr. Malagraph joined D&P in 1969 as chief accountant. In 1975 he was promoted to assistant treasurer of the firm. Prior to joining D&P, Mr. Malagraph was controller and office manager, from 1966 to 1969, for the DeLong Corporation.

Balehi Marine Delivers

Two Offshore Crewboats

The E.B.B. Company of Golden Meadow,

La., recently took delivery of the crewboats

Lady June and Lady Blackie from Balehi

Marine, Inc., Lacombe, La. These 86-foot vessels, powered by Detroit Diesel engines, are two in a series of four servicing the

Louisiana coast for owners Eugene Bagala and Milton Egle.

Driving a pair of Doran-Alabama, four- bladed bronze wheels, each hull reached a speed of 12 knots on sea trials, according to naval architect David P. Levy.

The Lady Blackie's versatility is extended to firefighting utilizing a pair of Arkon com- bination fog and straight stream fire mon- itors. Both boats are equipped with stainless- steel tailshafts and rudder stocks, and with

Johnson Cutless stern bearings. Fuel oil capacities are 21,380 gallons aft and 7,650 gallons forward; drilling water capacity is 1,000 gallons.

Pilothouse electronics include a Sitex Mod- el 20 radar, Motorola Model 440 Nautilus

Lady Blackie's versatility is extended to firefighting.

Crewboat Lady June was built by Balehi Marine for

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