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Will carry abt 300 tons of cargo, 1800 HP, $555,000, VA. 74 FT LANDING CRAFT - "LCM-8"

Three to choose from, 900 to 1800 HP priced $166,000 to $244,000, abt 80 tons of cargo VA & CA. 56 FT LANDING CRAFT - "LCM-6"

Ten to choose from, 450 to 1000 HP, priced $59,000 to $129,000, abt 30 tons of cargo VA &CA. 36 FT LANDING CRAFT - "LCVP"

Twenty to choose from, 225 to 400 HP, priced $15,900 to $33,900, Abt 8 tons of cargo VA & CA.

General Propulsion Inc.

Telephone: (619)770-4333

Fax: (619)770-4335


Offshore Boat Company in South

Texas - Docks, Warehouse w/3 fur- nished offices, 10 ton Cherrypicker, 2 trucks, Spare Parts, Tools etc., five

Passenger/Supply Vessels USCG cert., 100-125', built 1978-1982 (512) 758-3673

Unique and Extraordinary


Direct sale or LT Lease

ABS Class A1/AMS

Built for North Sea Rough Water

Veiy Stable Platfoim

Ideal for Casino/Gaming Vessel or Diving/Salvage/Floatei

Immediate Availability Gulf of Mexico

By Owner 718 885 0600

Michael R. Keough, CPC


P.O. Box 010990

Staten Island, N.Y. 10301-8347

PH: (718)979-8698 FAX: (718)667-8347

Recruitment & Personnel Consultants to the Marine Industry

State of Alaska

Department of Transportation and Public Facilities

Alaska Marine Highway System

NAVAL ARCHITECT $4577.00 Per Month

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Pub- lic Facilities has an immediate need to fill a Naval

Architect position. This position, located in Juneau,

Alaska, is responsible for serving as the owners representative in the coordination and manage- ment of complex engineering, refurbishment and repower projects for vessels of the Alaska Marine

Highway System.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college with a major in naval architecture, marine engineering or a closely re- lated field and six years of professional experience in the design, construction, renovation or modifica- tion of ships. Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the required education on a year- for-year basis.

Application forms can be obtained by calling (907) 465-4430. Applications must be received or post- marked no later than 5/13/94 at: Division of Per- sonnel/OEEO, P.O. Box 110201, Juneau, AK 99811-0201. Resumes will not be accepted.

NOTE: Recruitment is open outside the State of

Alaska. Alaska residents shall receive preference.

The State complies with Title I of the ADA. Individu- als requiring special accommodations call (907) 465-4403 Voice or (907) 465-2461TTY. The State of Alaska is an equal opportunity employer. Women encouraged to apply. and minorities are i



Equipment and Part Distributorships

Available: Northern East Coast and Southern West Coast. Must have previous experience in Purifier Sen/ices and must maintain full machine shop capabilities. Serious inquiries only. LeBlanc &

Associates, Inc. (504) 876-7982.



GM-801-14 ( 2 Positions)

Salary Range $59,022 - $76,733

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Ad- ministration, Fleet Modernization, Systems

Program Office is seeking two CONREPs to lead the first two on-site inspection and monitoring teams, tracking the various Re- pairs-to-Extend, Conversion, and New Con- struction projects. Location will be deter- mined attime of contract award; present law restricts the program to shipyards within the

United States. Experience with monitoring ship repair/conversion/construction in com- mercial shipyards, familiarity with commer- cial standards; and experience with federal procurement procedures is required.

Geographic Mobility Required

Please submit a SF-171 or call/write for vacancy announcement No OA/H-94- 0041.MJB at:

National Oceanic and Atmospheric


Career Resource Center 1325 East West Highway

Silver Spring, MD 20910-3233

Telephone: (301)713-0677

The Department of Commerce, NOAA, is an Equal Opportunity Employer



Located on East Coast - Built Circa 1929 for Bethlehem Steel, Brooklyn, NY

Loa: 584' Clear Width: 100'

Beam: 121' Pontoon Depth: 14'

Construction: 5 Timber, 2 Steel Pontoons w/ continuous Steel Wingwall

For More Information, please call:

Mr. Gallagher (718) 237-4040


American Management Systems, Inc., has immediate open- ings for experienced Port Engineers to maintain selected

U.S. Navy Ships under a phased maintenance program in the ports of Ingleside, TX, Mayport, FL, and Norfolk, VA.

Successful applicants will have a U.S. citzenship, a BS degree in Marine Engineering or Naval Architecture, USCG license, and prior commercial Port Engineer, shipyard, and/ or shipboard experience.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.

For immediate consideration, send your resume to:


AMERICAN MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, INC. 825 Greenbrier Circle, Suite 201

Chesapeake, VA 23320



The Marine Engineering Technology Program at Texas A&M University at

Galveston invites applications for two full-time nine month positions as senior lecturer and lecturer. One position requires specialty in the areas of: Marine

Propulsion Plants, Diesel Engine Technology, Marine Thermodynamics and

Heat Transfer, Fundamentals of Naval Architecture, and Fluid Mechanics.

Another position requires specialty in the areas of: Marine Auxiliary Systems.

Marine Technology and the Environment, Steam and Diesel Propulsion Plants, and Marine Air Conditioning & Refrigeration. These positions are available commencing with the Fall 1994 semester. Applicants with at least a masters degree in Naval Architecture/Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,

Marine Engineering Technology, and at least three years of relevant industrial experience are preferred. Registration as a Professional Engineer or currentU.S.

Coast Guard Chief Engineer or First Assistant Engineer License (unlimited steam and diesel preferred) is required. Previous teaching experience at the university level is desirable, forward a resume and names of three professional references to Dr. Ted Chang, Chair, Search Committee, Texas A&M Univer- sity at Galveston, P.O. Box 1675, Galveston, TX 77553-1675.

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