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  • The M/V Elizabeth D., a new 2,000-bhp towboat, was christened recently by Dravo Corporation in Pittsburgh. The new towboat was built by Dravo Steel- Ship, a Dravo subsidiary located in Pine Bluff, Ark.

    Named after Mrs. Elizabeth Dickey, the wife of Robert Dickey I I I , Dravo's chairman and president, the new vessel will be operated by the Pittsburgh Region of Dravo's Aggregates Division, a major supplier of construction aggregate in the Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia area of the Ohio and Monongahela Rivers.

    The Elizabeth D. measures 93 feet 9 inches long by 27 feet 2 inches wide and is 32 feet high at its highest point. It is powered by two Caterpillar D-399 diesel engines and has two Caterpillar 3304 85-kw generators.

    Extensive monitoring equipment has been included in the pilothouse for all the basic functions in the engine room. The pilothouse also contains stop/start controls for the engine and the deck winches.

    The engine room has blanket fire protection, including automatic closing of the doors to the generator room and automatic shut off of the ventilating fans in the event of fire.

    The first deck of the Elizabeth D. has two rooms, each accommodating two crew members, the galley and dining area and the engine room. The second deck contains rooms for the captain, pilot, cook, and also one guest room.

    Stanley Lysieki, from Crafton, Pa., is the senior captain of the Elizabeth D., with Arch Cowan of McMurray, Pa., serving as his relief. Calvin Roush, Apollo, Pa., and Jim Hickey, Paducah, Ky., alternate onboard as pilots.

    The remainder of the crew consists of a cook and four deckhands.

  • U.S. Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation Administrator Stanford E. Parris announced that the maximum vessel length to transit the St. Lawrence Seaway and its 15 locks has been increased from 730 (222.5 m) to 740 ft.(225.5m)—the first vessel length increase in the waterway's 35-year history.

  • During the recent annual convention of The American Waterways Operators, Inc. (AWO), in Washington, D.C., Berdon Lawrence was elected unanimously as chairman of the board for 1986. Mr. Lawrence, president of Hollywood Marine, Inc., Houston, Texas, served as AWO vice chairman last year. Mr. Lawrence

  • of Avondale Industries, Inc., were recently christened in ceremonies on the Ohio River at Paducah, Ky. The 168-foot-long boats were named the M/V Elizabeth Dewey, operated by Western Kentucky Navigation, Inc., and M/V Cindy Celeste, operated by B&H Towing, Inc. Both Paducah companies have long-term opera

  • A chip off the old block makes aeronautics his claim to fame   The U.S. Navy, and the aeronautic field in general, has benefited enormously from the genius of more than one Sperry.  Lawrence Burst Sperry, the second son and third child of gyrocompass inventor Elmer A. Sperry was a pioneer in instrumental

  • American Standard Heat Exchanger Repair (ASHER), has made available a brochure on the company's new facility in Elizabeth, N.J., which has complete capability to repair or rebundle, retube or replace parts. Titled "We Get Your Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers Back Into Action," the publication discusses

  • The Elizabeth River Project recently recognized NORSHIPCO as a top River Star for environmental contributions to improve the health of the Elizabeth The Ehz- abeth River Project granted River Star recognition to local businesses for their environmental achievements in creating and preserving more

  • In November 1976, Jurong Shipyard Limited of the Republic of Singapore signed a major conversion contract, valued at $4.5 million, with Nipigon Transport Ltd. of Canada for jumboizing a bulk carrier, the M/V Lake Nipigon, from 22,000 dwt to 25,000 dwt for Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River service.

  • James D. Palmer, executive vice president of J.J. Henry Company, has announced the elections of Robert B. McFadden to vice president-production, John H. Klose to vice president-project management, and T.K. Lawrence to assistant vice president-Hampton Roads Operation. Mr. McFadden and Mr. Klose are

  • Heat Transfer Division, headquartered in Buffalo, N.Y., recently announced the opening of a full-capability, regional repair facility in Elizabeth, N.J. The announcement was made by Peter D. Roome, vice president and general manager of the Division. The new heat exchanger repair plant

  • efficiency and operation ease. While on sea trials, the Ponce reached a speed of 25 knots. The Ponce's first destination after conversion was Port Elizabeth, N.J. The ship will be making scheduled trips between Elizabeth and San Juan, Puerto Rico. One of 10 RO/RO ships built by Sun Ship, the Ponce

  • custom outfitting for vessels of any size, in any service. For additional i n f o r m a t i o n , write Electro-Nav, 1201 Corbin Street, Elizabeth Marine Terminal, Elizabeth, N.J. 07201

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