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Dotco Two Requests
Title XI Guarantee
On $2.7-Million Tug
Dotco Two, Inc., a subsidiary of
Lee-Vac, Ltd., Morgan City, La., has applied to the Maritime Ad- ministration for a Title XI guar- antee to aid in financing the con- struction of a twin-screw diesel tug.
The proposed builder is Bol- linger Machine Shop & Shipyard,
Inc., Lockport, La. Delivery of the 100-foot-long, 2,000-bhp vessel is scheduled for March 31, 1981. The tug is intended for use along the
U.S. Gulf Coast.
If approved, the Title XI guar- antee will cover $2,052,300, or 75 percent of the tug's $2,736,400 estimated cost.
Of Alco Power Inc.
Stephen A. Lombardozzi has been named president' of Alco
Power Inc., Auburn, N.Y. He suc- ceeds John V. Sylvester III who retired recently.
Stephen A. Lombardozzi
Mr. Lombardozzi comes to Alco from General Electric Company, where he held the position of product general manager, insulat- ing materials.
Alco is a leading manufacturer of medium-speed diesel engines used for marine propulsion, base load and standby electric power generation, onshore and offshore petroleum exploration, pumping, and locomotive application. The company is a wholly owned sub- sidiary of The General Electric
Company Limited of England.
New Edition Of 'Ship
Design And Construction'
Published By SNAME
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Fairfax, Va. "Never before have the entire processes of ship design and con- struction been so thoroughly treated in one text," states E.
December 1, 1980
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Up-to-date aspects of ship de- sign methods and construction de- tails can be found nowhere else in one volume. The text comple- ments, but does not duplicate, theoretical treatments found in
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Nearly 1,000 drawings and photos, covering the designing, engineering, and building of all types of merchant ships illus- trate the text. Tables and dia- grams contain a gold mine of in- formation. Students as well as practicing naval architects will find the Taggart Edition an in- valuable reference to be kept close at hand.
The book, Ship Design and
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