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Maritime London 89 To Be Held
April 17-21 In City Of London
The Seatrade Group will hold
Maritime London 89, a week of business activities focusing interna- tional attention on London's in- volvement in world shipping, will be held at the Barbican Center in the
City of London from April 17-21, 1989.
Seatrade also announced that it will sponsor three major annual in- dustry awards, for outstanding con- tributions to safety at sea, the fight against marine pollution, and the search for greater efficiency in ship operations. These three Seatrade
Awards, adjudicated by an interna- tional panel of judges, chaired by
C.P. Srivastava, secretary gener- al of the International Maritime Or- ganization (IMO), will be presented to the winners at a dinner in the
City of London's Guildhall on Mon- day, April 17. Over 600 senior people from all sectors of maritime- related business worldwide will gather for a reception and formal, black-tie dinner to honor the award winners.
One of the cornerstones of the
Maritime London 89 event, the Sea- trade Expoship London 89 exhibi- tion, which has been bringing buyers and sellers together since 1983, will take place over four days, from Tuesday, April 18 to Friday,
April 21, in all four halls of the Bar- bican Center. A new feature of the exhibition will be a series of on-site technical and financial seminars that are expected to attract a record attendance to the show. In the past, this major exhibition has attracted an international attendance of be- tween 6,000 to 10,000 industry per- sonnel.
Other features of the Maritime
London 89 week will include the
Money & Ships Conference, a major debate on important issues affecting the industry, to be held in the Bar- bican Center.
For further information on Mari- time London 89 and Expoship Lon- don 89, contact: Anthony F. Nash or Anita Bridges, The Seatrade
Organization, Fairfax House, Caus- ton Road, Colchester COl 1RJ, UK; telephone: (0206) 45121; telex: 98517 DISOP G; and fax: (0206) 45190. You may also contact: Mi- chael Kazakoff, the Seatrade Or- ganization, Suite 1805, 40 Rector
Street, New York, N.Y. 10006; tele- phone: (212) 393-1000; telex: 233629
SEA UR; and fax: (212) 608-5874.
Marine Interiors Offers
Free Literature Listing
Products And Services
Marine Interiors, Inc. of Langley,
Wash., is offering free literature de- scribing the products and services offered by the company, as well as the benefits of using their product line.
In addition to discussing different types of seating, the literature de- scribes tables of various sizes and finishes, as well as such options as trays, head rests, arm rests, foot rails, storage pockets for brochures and magazines, etc.
Benefits listed besides durability and longevity include comfort—all seating is contoured to provide the most comfort for the passenger; most USCG standards for structural fire protection and stability are met or exceeded; seating is offered in a variety of finishes, custom colors, powder coated or completely uphol- stered with or without removable cushions; Marine Interiors caters exclusively to the passenger vessel industry and recognizes and takes into consideration all factors con- cerning vessel owners and opera- tions management before designing a seat or table.
Services include saving the cus- tomer money by providing in-house
USCG interior services—the com- pany will assist with floor plans, colors, fabrics, floor coverings; fast and knowledgeable installation ser- vices; and custom services to accom- modate special needs, i.e., odd areas like bows and sterns, handicapped accommodations, etc.
For further information and free copies of the literature from Marine
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In Nova Scotia
The Ulstein Group of Norway, one of Europe's main suppliers of marine equipment, has established a new branch office in Dartmouth,
Nova Scotia. This is the third area where the company is represented in North America. Ulstein is already located in Vancouver and New Or- leans.
All sales and services activities will be performed by the new office including diesel engines, rudders and other ship equipment, together with shipyard activities and naval architectural services.
Ulstein Maritime Ltd. in Vancou- ver is the regional office for North
America, apart from manufacturing the group's Z-drive propellers.
The address of the new office is:
Ulstein Maritime Ltd., 51-201
Brownlow Avenue, Dartmouth,
Nova Scotia, Canada B3B 1W2, phone (902) 468-2883, fax (902) 468- 2759.
For details on Ulstein products,
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Former Home Lines
Executive Joins ABS
Andrea Puccio has joined the staff of the American Bureau of
Shipping as passenger ship projects manager. Mr. Puccio, who has many years of experience with pas- senger liners and cruise vessels, will help ABS extend its classification of this type of vessel.
Until recently, Mr. Puccio was the vice president of Home Lines
Technical Department, where he su- pervised the reconversion and new- building of all Home Lines vessels, including the Atlantic and the Hom- eric. He was responsible for all tech- nical matters relating to classifica- tion, maintenance and repair, and operations.
North American Agent
For Dubai Drydocks —Literature Available
Dubai Drydocks has selected
T.A.S.T. Corporation, Fairfield,
N.J., to be their exclusive represen- tative in the U.S. and Canada, ac- cording to an announcement by
T.A.S.T. president Alfred E.
Dubai Drydocks is a premier ship repair yard in the Arabian Gulf, comprising three ultra-large crude carrier (ULCC) drydocks and facili- ties. The yard is capable of handling vessels of all types and sizes, ranging from the largest tankers afloat to numerous dry cargo and bulk car- riers and offshore drilling rigs.
For free literature detailing the ship-repairing facilities and services of Dubai Drydocks,
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Mako Maritime Sells
Passenger Cruise Ship
Mako Maritime, brokers and managers of cruise and commercial vessels around the world, has com- pleted the sale of a 16,000-ton luxu- ry passenger cruise ship
The 503-foot vessel was pur- chased by Carter Green Redd In- vestments, doing business as Pride
Cruise Lines of Gulfport, Miss. The ship, known as the Atlas, will be renamed Pride of Mississippi. It is registered in the Bahamas.
In addition to serving as exclusive broker for the Atlas, Mako Mari- time has also been retained to man- age ship operations and will be responsible for everything from shipboard concessions to entertain- ment to code compliance.
Mako Maritime, with offices in
Miami and affiliates throughout
Europe and the Mediterranean, of- fers management, training, recruit- ment, design, sales and marketing and various related services.
For more information and free lit- erature,
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