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Page 18 'The Mr. Ray'
Page 8 $16-Million Title XI MarAd
For Dry Cargo Barge
Acting Maritime Administra- tor Bruce McAllister recently ap- proved in principle an application from Universal American Barge
Corp., Greenwich, Conn., for a
Title XI guarantee to aid in fi- nancing a 33,000-dwt dry cargo barge. The vessel was built by
Bay Shipbuilding Corp., Sturgeon
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The applicant, a subsidiary of
Universal American Shipping Co., indicated the barge will be used for domestic coal shipments. The approved guarantee is for $16,- 047,000, or up to 87.5 percent of the barge's estimated depreciated actual cost of $18,339,638.
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