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Marino Electronics Yearbook optional two-slot card reader that supports both PC-compatible memory cards and nautical chart cards. The card reader enables mariners to watch a moving image of their boat on a nautical chart while recording their GPS receiver's navigation data. Like the NT200D, the NT200 offers the optional two- slot card reader. It accepts differen- tial corrections and provides two
National Marine Electronics Asso- ciation (NMEA-0183) ports for in- terfacing with other navigation de- vices. The NT100 is geared to the first-time buyer. Like its sister prod- ucts, it offers rugged, waterproof construction, user-configurable navigation screens and a six-inch graphical liquid crystal display, among other features. tems offers the WATERCOM to place direct-dial telephone calls.
WATERCOM offers fax and modem data transfer capabilities; calling card and collect calling for crew members; 24-hour customer service; and itemized, monthly billings.
Communication Systems Simrad-Robertson, Inc.
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Simrad-Robertson's full line of
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The largest and best equipped marine ways on the west coast. Ships up to 75,000 DWT.
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Telephone: (604) 988-6361 • Fax: (604) 984-1651
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When they said that good things come in small packages, they must have been talking about
Western Machine Works' new compact tow pin unit. Built with the same quality materials and workmanship as our standard tow pin units, Western Machine
Works' compact unit's best feature may be its price.
Perfect for the smaller vessel, the compact unit not only saves space, it saves money, too. We have gone out of our way to ensure that quality is maintained.
That's why our compact units are made from the same long-lasting materials that our standard units feature. Call today to see which unit is right for you.
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Pacific-Gulf Marine And
A.C. Toepfer Sign Contract
Pacific Gulf Marine, Inc. (PGM) signed an agreement with Alfred C.
Toepfer Schiffahrtsgesellschaft of
Hamburg, Germany regarding the manning and operation of four con- tainer vessels currently being built for A.C.T.S./U.S., Inc. "Under the terms of the contract,
Pacific-Gulf Marine, Inc. will have the obligation for manning and op- erating these vessels," explained
Captain Peter F. Johnson, chair- man and CEO of PGM.
The four ECOBOX 42 container vessels are currently under con- struction at the Flensburger
Schiffbau-Gesellschaft shipyard in
Flensburg, Germany. Each vessel has a length of 665 feet (202.7 m) with a breadth molded of 100 feet (30.5 m) and a dwt capacity of 41,500 metric tons. The first ship of the series is scheduled to be delivered for U.S.-flag operation during the first quarter of 1995 with the others delivered within the subsequent 12 months.
Bishop To Carry Royal
Bishop Lubricants Inc. of
Seabrook, Texas has reached an agreement with Royal Purple Syn- thetic Lubricants Inc. of Humble,
Texas to be the exclusive marine industry distributor for Royal
Purple's products. Tests have shown
Royal Purple's lubricant formula- tions provide lubes with a tough film strength. This film, by bonding with surfaces, reportedly reduces friction dramatically. According to
Bishop Lubricants, operating tem- peratures drop, RPMs increase, amperage draw drops and wear is virtually eliminated—with engines lasting twice as long or longer.
Bishop also says Royal Purple's tough film strength allows boat own- ers to double the engine oil drain interval, so only the filter need be changed, and that oil disposal prob- lems are cut a minimum of 50 per- cent. Bishop offers a complete line of synthetic lubricants including gear oil, motor oil, 2-cycle, ATF and grease as well as a full line of indus- trial oils for compressors, pumps, etc. For more information on
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