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200 CMA Members And Guests
Attend Luncheon And Hear Talk
On Oil Tanker Industry
Pictured above during the CMA luncheon in Greenwich,
Conn., are, left to right: Walter Thorsen, International
Shipyard representative; Ed Roland, president, Amoco
Transport Co., Inc., Chicago; and Donald B. Frost, presi- dent, Connecticut Maritime Association and vice presi- dent, Skaarup Shipping Corp., Greenwich, Conn.
The Connecticut Maritime Association (CMA) recently held a luncheon at Maneros
Restaurant in Greenwich, Conn., during which
E.J. Roland, president of Amoco Transport
Company, Chicago, delivered a speech before 200 members and guests, the largest number ever to attend a CMA luncheon.
Mr. Roland's talk covered a wide variety of subjects involving the oil tanker industry, in- cluding financing, safety, technology and man- agement.
USNS 'Dutton' Emergency
Drydocking At Dakar Marine
Dakar Marine, Senegal, West Africa, recently performed an emergency drydocking on the
USNS Dutton, according to exclusive U.S. rep- resentative Wesley D. Wheeler.
The Victory Class Dutton was originally the steam-propelled Tuskegee Victory operated by
LSC Marine, Inc., Wilmington, Del., for the Mil- itary Sealift Command-Atlantic.
Dakar Marine at Dakar, Senegal, the western- most point in Africa, was ideally suited geo- graphically for the operating route of the ves- sel.
The yard was originally founded at the turn of the century by the French Navy. In recent years the yard was turned over to the Senegal Govern- ment Development Group and it is a corporation on private lines with the government majority interest being privatized.
There is a steady, well-trained labor force of about 500 persons, many of whom have been through the apprentice-school, the local educa- tional system and European universities and work practice.
There is a diverse pool of subcontractors for excess and specialized types of work.
A modern Panamax floating dock has an inside breadth of 134-1/2 feet and a length of 771 feet. The graving dock has a breadth of 113.5
The USNS Dutton emergency drydocking at Dakar Marine in Dakar, Senegal. feet and length of 607.5 feet at quay level. A synchrolift of about 1,000 tons lift is also avail- able mostly for the large fishing fleet and small- er craft.
Prices are quite reasonable and well-equipped shops include steel fabrication, electrical, elec- tronic, machine, pipe carpentry and painting.
The rigorous specifications called for comple- tion of the wide variety of all shop works within 20 days with a severe penalty for late redelivery.
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