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  • Aluminum Boats, Inc. of Crown Point, La., is constructing a 138-foot seagoing yacht, the Kathleen W., for Windridge Yacht Charters, Inc. of Ft. Launderdale, Fla.

    The luxury yacht Kathleen W.

    will be able to seat 150 diners on the 60-foot by 27-foot second deck. This and the other two levels will be decorated with suede walls and ceilings and complemented by beveled mirrors, gold mylar blinds, and plush carpeting.

    The first deck will include a large lounge with European furnishings, bar, disco with dance floor, and fullsize galley. The dance floor, which will be above the engine room, will be lined with lead and overlaid with parquet wood floorings.

    Other sound dampening throughout the boat will include vibration isolators, acoustical insulation, lead shielded insulation in the engine room, and extra sound dampeners for the boat's exhaust system which will exit through an open dry stack atop the rear quarter.

    The three staterooms below the main deck, one of which is 26 feet by 15 feet, will be furnished with kingsized beds, and marble showers and heads. This level will also have accommodations for four crew members.

    The Kathleen W. will be cooled by 25 tons of air conditioning sup- plied by Lemoine Marine Refrigeration Inc., and powered by two Detroit Diesel 1671NA diesel engines supplied by George Engine. Her hull will draw only five feet to navigate the shallow canal depths in the Ft.

    Lauderdale area.

    Other equipment on the Kathleen W. includes two Columbian Bronze propellers; two Cummins generators, 75 kw each, supplied by Cummins Mid South, Metairie, La.; Twin Disc 518 reduction gears; and Seamaster bowthruster supplied by C. L. Assoc. of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

    The complete electronics package was supplied by Rich Electronics of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

    Aluminum Boats president Salvador Guarino said the Kathleen W. is the largest boat ever built by Aluminum Boats, Inc., and possibly the largest of its type built in Louisiana.

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  • War College, Admiral Shear grew up on Shelter Island, N.Y. He is married to the former Elizabeth Perry of Falmouth, Maine. They have two children, Kathleen and Kenneth. In a brief address following the ceremony, Admiral Shear promised to "push very hard to get this industry back on its feet." He told

  • Robert E. Curry Jr. has been named vice president and head of the Legal Department, and Kathleen Ritch has been named secretary of the Ogden Corporation, it was announced by Ralph E. Ablon, Ogden chairman and chief executive officer. Mr. Curry j o i n e d Ogden in 1975, and has been vice president a

  • Diesel 1671NA engines. The Lady Windridge is now the flagship of Windridge Yacht Charters, Inc., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and the big sister of the Kathleen W, a 142-foot all-aluminum charter yacht built in 1988 by Aluminum Boats, Inc., for the Windridge company. Aluminum Boats, Inc. is part of the

  • .Y., and has served as vice president of the Italian Seaman's Club of New York. He is survived by his wife Jean, and six children: Helen Jean Newman, Kathleen Nistad, Joan McGinty, Bart Turecamo, Mary DiGiovanni, and Margaret Turecamo. Also, a brother Vincent Turecamo, and sister Frances Dwyer, and

  • , and paint by International Marine Coatings. The new vessel, named after former Federal Fisheries minister James Sinclair and christened by his wife, Kathleen, will patrol Canada's 200-mile territorial limit and will enforce Federal Fish- eries regulations. She will be the largest fisheries patrol vessel

  • both the ship's substantial reefer spaces and in refrigerated containers. In a traditional ceremony held in Equitable Shipyards, Madisonville, La., Kathleen Murphy, wife of Congressman John M. Murphy of New York, Chairman, Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, c h r i s t e n e d the vessel America

  • — A Preview — Piraeus, Greece — June 4-9 Representatives of the world's maritime industries will come together in Piraeus, Greece for the Posidonia International Shipping Exhibition to be held June 4 through 9, 1984. At the last Posidonia Exhibition in 1982, no fewer than 900 exhibitors from 45

  • June tonnages at the Tulsa Port of Catoosa set an all-time record for a one-month period, according to figures released by port director Harley Ladd. During June, the port recorded 136,412 tons of cargo moving in and out of the port, surpassing the previous one-month record set in September of 1976.

  • One of the world's premier technical events leading the discussion of combustion engine technology across the industrial board is the CIMAC World Congress, which is set to convene at its 24th event in Kyoto, Japan, from June 7 to 11. The CIMAC Congress - founded in 1951 and is the French acronym

  • Boca Raton, Florida — J u n e 3—6 The commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, Adm. James S. Gracey, will address the American Petroleum Institute's 1984 Tanker Conference, which will be held in Boca Raton, Fla., June 3-6. This year's meeting, at the Boca Raton Hotel and Club, will have the theme

  • On June 24,1994 the USCG published a notice to inform the public that the alternative voluntary advisory group for Cook Inlet, Alaska has been recertified (59 FR 32745). This certification was effective June 1,1994 and terminates May 31,1995. Certification allows the advisory group to monitor

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