BoatLIFE To Supply Deck Compounds For Cruise Ship Project

BoatLIFE of New York and Southampton, England, recently re- ceived a major contract from MASA-Yards OY of Helsinki, Finland, to supply deck compounds.

Under the contract, BoatLIFE will supply its non-curing bedding compound and two-part polysulfide seaming compound to bed teak onto the metal decks of the Ecstasy, Carnival Cruise Lines' latest cruise ship under construction at MASA Yards.

BoatLIFE has sent master mechanics to Helsinki to instruct the deck personnel on the operation of its newly developed mix, meter and dispensing unit to apply the deck compounds.

Edwin Kehrt. chairman of the board of BoatLIFE said: "This new contract reflects the company's technical abilities, its reliable products and willingness to assist and develop new methods of installing teak decks. We have a proven track record of reliable products used on Carnival's newest ship, the Fantasy, put into service early this year, which was a major factor in securing this new contract." For free literature detailing Boat- LIFE deck compounds, Circle 99 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 57,  Sep 1990

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