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  • Miss Freedom, a new 500-passenger Circle Line vessel that will inaugurate ferry service to Ellis Island from both Battery Park and Liberty State Park (Jersey City, N.J.) was christened recently at dockside ceremonies at the Circle Line Pier 83 in New York City.

    New York Mayor Abraham D.

    Beame and New Jersey Governor Brendan Byrne, who spoke at the ceremonies, looked on as Geralyn Clair, granddaughter of Circle Line Statue of Liberty Ferry president Frank P. Clair, christened Miss Freedom with a bottle of New York champagne. The vessel will operate under a franchise granted by the U.S. Department of the Interior.

    Francis J. Barry, president of Circle Line, said during the ceremony that Miss Freedom "represents $750,000 worth of confidence in the City of New York and its future tourism business." The vessel was blessed by Msgr.

    Thomas McGovern, Catholic Chaplain, Port of New York and pastor, Shrine Church of the Sea.

    After leaving Pier 83 with hundreds of dignitaries and guests, the two-decked Miss Freedom received a traditional New York Harbor welcome as she cruised to Liberty State Park for additional ceremonies there.

    Miss Freedom, with a hull size of 135 feet by 28 feet, was built and designed by Blount Marine Corporation, Warren, R.I. Powered by General Motors 12V71s, the new vessel made 12 miles per hour on trials.

    Miss Freedom will make four direct trips daily to Ellis Island from Battery Park, and three trips daily from Liberty State Park.

    When Miss Freedom arrives at Ellis Island, passengers will be escorted by National Park Service Rangers on a one-hour tour that follows the exact route taken by most of the 16 million immigrants who were processed at Ellis Island between 1892 and 1932. It is estimated that half the U.S. population are either direct descendants of Ellis Island immigrants, or came through themselves.

    As visitors go through each of the areas, tour-guides explain the purpose of each location and provide historic insights and facts.

    Circle Line was founded in 1945 to provide sightseers with an opportunity to circumnavigate Manhattan Island by boat. The threehour, 35-mile cruise has been taken by over 29 million passengers and is known as "America's favorite boatride." Cruises leave from Pier 83 every 45 minutes during the summer.

    In 1953, Circle Line obtained a franchise from the U.S. Department of the Interior to operate the ferries from Battery Park to the Statue of Liberty. Ferries leave Battery Park daily every hour on the hour between 9 a.m.

    and 4 p.m.

    In 1962, Circle Line purchased the Hudson River Day Line as a wholly owned subsidiary. The company operates the 3,500-passenger Dayliner on daily cruises to Bear Mountain State Park, the U.S. Military Academy of West Point, and Poughkeepsie. The cruise originates from Pier 81, West 42nd Street, New York City.

  • Division in Alexandria, will be responsible for engineering services contracts held by the firm in the Services Division. Mr. Sonnenmark was previously with Giannotti Associates of Texas. Thomas F. McCaffery, analytic services department manager in the Services Division in Alexandria, will be

  • of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) operates Ohmsett as part of its mandated requirements to ensure that the best and safest technologies are used in offshore oil and gas operations. The facility is maintained by MAR, Incorporated through a contract with the Bureau of Safety and Environmental

  • agents and dispersants, oil in ice and cold weather climate, remote sensing and detection instruments, sorbent materials, temporary storage devices, viscous oil pumping units and oil water separators. OHMSETT’s wave generator can generate random waves that closely approximate waves in the ocean, such as sinusoidal

  • 1986 NOIA Safety in Seas Award for its Advanced Stability and Ballast Control Facility. The announcement was made by W. Herbert Hunt, National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) chairman, and managing partner of Penrod Drilling Company. ODECO president Hugh J. Kelly accepted the NOIA safety award

  • Discussions and debates on five critical oceans issues will be featured at OCEANS 78, fourth annual combined conference sponsored by the Marine Technology Society and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. The conference will be held September 6-8, 1978 at the Sheraton- Park Hotel

  • San Antonio, Texas The eighth biennial Oil Spill Conference — sponsored jointly by the U.S. petroleum industry and the federal government — will be held February 28 - March 3, 1983, at the San Antonio Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas. More than 1,500 delegates and exhibitors from all over

  • Deutz MWM diesel engine. The hovercraft has a range of 500 miles, can reach speeds of up to 40 knots, and has removable benches and canopy for customized interiors. The company reports that the Maryland State Police, Department of Natural Resources, are currently utilizing the SAH 2200 on Chesapeake

  • not read the entire report, but I have examined those portions that relate to maritime issues.  I find those portions to be uniformly ill-advised.Associate Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. once wrote: “A page of history is worth a volume of logic.”  The authors of this proposal should brush up on their history

  • Battelle, Pacific Northwest Laboratories, Office of Hazardous Materials Research, 2030 M Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036, has announced that J. Leslie Goodier, P.E., recently joined the organization where his activities will be directed toward marine technology, spill prevention, spill containme

  • our inland port infrastructure, docking facilities in both port cities are showing their age and in dire need of repairs. Thanks to the recent approval of a USDOT FASTLANE grant along with State funding acquired through the Wisconsin Harbor Assistance Program (HAP), financial support for revitalization is now

  • Resources, boundaries, and management of the U.S. continental shelf region will be the focus for the ninth annual Center for Ocean Management Studies conference to be held June 16-19 at the University of Rhode Island. The conference will begin with an overview addressing the natural resources of the

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